Campus Organizations

Getting involved with campus life can be a wonderfully rewarding experience. Not only do campus organizations allow for similarly focused people to connect, but they can offer up many social, educational, and professional opportunities that may otherwise never be presented.

Below, we have compiled a list of Communication-oriented groups that are currently active on campus. The contact information provided for each should be up-to-date, but if you find any of the details to be inaccurate, please let us know so that we can provide you with the correct information as quickly as possible.

Comm Honor Society

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Start a new club!

If none of these clubs seem to fit what you're looking for, why not start a club of your own?

It is likely that there are other students that would be interested in the topic, subject, or focus that you would like to be involved in, and the campus is very accomodating for student organizations.

If you would like to begin a new campus club, we recommend speaking with the department heads, as well as other students, to gauge interest and to refine your club ideas, as well as find supporting founding members and an advisor. Once that is complete, you should go to the Wood Center and begin the New Club process!

Student Org Website

Document - How to Start A Campus Club


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