Frequently Asked Questions
What sorts of co-curricular activities are there for communications students?
With roughly 20 media outlets, organizations, and professional associations, students in the School of Communications can get involved in a wide range of media activities. Future radio personalities can get into the act with WICB and VIC. Future journalists can participate in the design, writing, editing, and production of our award-winning student newspaper, The Ithacan. If television is your passion, get in front of the camera with ICTV, our public access cablecast that goes out to 26,000 households in the area. Park Productions gives you the opportunity to produce documentaries, films, training videos, and interactive multimedia. Students interested in public relations, event planning, and design can work with the Park Design House.
Other organizations include: Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), American Advertising Federation (AAF), Communication Management and Design Student Association (CMDSA), International Association of Business Communications (IABC), 360 Magazine, Imprint Magazine, Kitsch Magazine, Writing for Production, and Buzzsaw Magazine.