Student Resources



Through advising students have the opportunity to discuss academic and career goals while examining how best to meet those goals. The student is responsible for all aspects of his/her academic experience, including choosing a major, being knowledgeable about academic standards, enrolling in the correct general education and major/minor courses, and being aware of current class status and graduation requirements. Students in the College of Fine Arts and Communication are encouraged to meet with an adviser in their department to discuss degree requirements, internships, and other academic related issues.

Please check with the individual departments for specific information about the advising system, schedules and student requirements.

Student Organizations

One of the best ways to experience college life is to get involved. The college’s student organizations are active in supporting the college and with linking to the community.


There are many career resources on campus for students in the College of Fine Arts and Communication. Information about internships and career opportunities for specific majors is available on many department Web sites. The career counselors and professionals at the Career Center on campus also offer a variety of services and resources to current students and alumni.

Student Support Services Information