The School of Communications now has “Events Passports” available in Lake Superior Hall. By attending 5 SoC events between September and April, students can be entered to win various prizes. Students are encouraged to attend these events, record the name, and have their passport stamped. When the passport is full, students can turn it in to the office in 290 Lake Superior Hall.
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The School of Communications' mission is to integrate liberal and professional education in order to educate students to possess essential communication skills and to be critical, self-reflective communication professionals and contributing members of society. With over 1,100 majors and nearly 70 full- and part-time faculty, we are one of the largest academic units at GVSU, offering undergraduate programs in Communication Studies, Health Communication, Advertising and Public Relations, and Multimedia Journalism. We also offer an M.S. in Communications—a versatile program that addresses various aspects of professional communication. View all posts by GVSU School of Communications