Welcome

Where creativity and professionalism meet

Earning a degree from the School of Communication means being at the forefront of contemporary communication studies and learning in a state-of-the-art building that houses its own:

  • radio station
  • newspaper
  • graphic design lab
  • broadcast newsroom
  • photography studio

Here, you won’t just walk away with a degree; you’ll walk away with a resume, portfolio of work, and the skills you’ll need to turn your creative passion into a lucrative career.

  • listen
    listen

    Listen

    Want to host your own radio show? Make it happen with our student-run radio station, KJACK.

  • read
    read

    Read

    Break into the writing world with weekly, award-winning newspaper, The Lumberjack.

  • create
    create

    Create

    State-of-the-art equipment + faculty and peer collaboration = innovative pieces for your portfolio.

  • watch
    watch

    Watch

    Work on or off camera with our student-produced television station, UTV62.

  • explore
    explore

    Explore

    Browse all the creative projects School of Communication students produce in our gallery.


Building Fund Campaign progress

GOAL:

$81,200

$200,000 for 100 years

Help us create a state-of-the-art Media Theater in the School of Communication. Plans are underway to enhance an auditorium in the school with first-class acoustics, visual equipment and seats. Your contribution will allow us to create a professional environment to showcase student projects, host guest lectures and hold press conferences. $200,000 is needed to purchase and install top quality equipment in the Media Theater. Your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by a select group of generous alumni, so double your donation power and let’s help the next generation of communication students blossom! Click here to donate today! 

Giving levels

Media Mogul - $25,000+ donor

Communication Leader - $10,000 donor

News Director - $5000 donor

Managing Editor - $1000 donor

Correspondent - $500 donor

Newsmaker - $100 donor