The Arts and Communications (AC) Advising Center, located in AC 224, assists sophomores through seniors who have declared majors in the departments below. The School of Arts & Communication empowers students to join a world-class community of scholars in communication, law and the humanities by cultivating intellectual and creative pursuits, career development, professional experience and personal growth.
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The Center for the Arts is home to the college’s main office, several academic departments and facilities that include a concert hall, recital hall, art galleries, studio and main theaters, dance studios, the Asian Arts & Culture Center and the box office.
Learners will fine-tune previously acquired skills and knowledge through a variety of assignments that include collaboration, information delivery formats and the nuances of communication styles and needs. This exploratory program prepares you for further study in creative and media arts by helping you identify your interests, passion and strengths.
The program includes additional opportunities for internships as well as participation in projects sponsored by the DuMont Television Center, WMSC-FM, the Center for Cooperative Media, and the Creative Research Center. The School of Communications maintains labs that offer state-of-the-art facilities to allow students to practice professional skills they learn in the classroom.