Department News

  • Department News

    The Department has moved! We are now located in the new Classroom Building (CB), room 502A. 

  • Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Marie Clegg Jones Speech Competition!
    1st: Bryce Lancaster
    2nd: Alanna Hunter
    3rd: Jared Rittman 

  • Congratulations to the 2015 NCA Honor Society Inductees: Makale Fitzgerald, Natalie Semanek, Brenden Evans, Janelle Baldwin, Derek Slauson, Brittani Day, Tanner McConkie, Carla Luccion, Lindsay Coombs, Ashley Blackhurst, Alyssa Synakowski, Brittany Moulton, and Tara Fryer.

  • Congratulations to the 2014 NCA Honor Society Inductees:

    Beckie Bailey, Judi Bell, Kevin Black, Kristine Bucasas, April Clawson, Tony Child, Mitchell Davis, Carly Demke, Kevin Degooyer,Lora Forbush, Brecca Hansen, Chase Hart,  Cameron Heelis, Vaunelle Hingano, Amanda Hollman, Kelsea Jackson,  Courtney Johnson,  Joshua Jones, Jordan Makin, Kevin Maynes, Erin McCann, McKenna Miller, Aimee Olsen,  Cody Pike, Matthew Robins, Sara Robison, Alexander Sousa,  Sione (Tali) Ngatuvai Elin Trollang, Yohanna Videki, Samuel Roe Walker, Jamie Webb, Ka Yiu Wong,  and Lance Wyckoff.

    To be eligible for membership in Lambda Pi Eta, you must meet four requirements: 
    -at least 60 hours of college credit

    -at least 12 hours in communication

    -an overall GPA of at least 3.0

    -a GPA of 3.25 in communication

    Purposes of the honor society: To recognize, foster, and reward outstanding scholastic achievement 2. To stimulate interest in the field of communication 3. To provide an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas in the field of communication 4. To promote and encourage professional development among communication majors 5. To establish and maintain close relationships and mutual understanding between faculty and  students 6. To explore options for further graduate education

  • Attention Students: Communication Department Policy Change Effective Fall 2014

    Recently the Communication Department voted and agreed that effective Fall 2014, late adds will not be accepted after week 2 of the semester. This means that the first week students will be able to add a course late if a seat becomes open through the wait list. The second week late adds will be approved at the sole discretion of the professor if they have not already reached their maximum enrollment for the course. Courses will not be available to add after the second week of coursework.

    We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.