College of Communications
A democratic society in which people from all backgrounds use communication ethically and effectively to participate fully in civic discourse, building community, and enhancing social capital.
Preparing communicators to advance a democratic society by undertaking critical academic inquiry, serving the community, and engaging in ethical and professional practice across all communications industries and in related fields.
The School of Communications was formed in 1988 and became a College in 1999. The College includes four departments: a Department of Communications, a Department of Human Communication Studies, a Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and a Department of Cinema and Television Arts.