School of Communication

Students

Important Information:

COMpass student guide
Compass is a condensed and informative guide for students within of the School of Communication. Read the full issue.

CampusNet should display classes for the coming semester soon. Don't forget to meet with your faculty advisor if you need help deciding what classes you should take. E-mail advising questions to theSchool of Communication Office, in care of Ms. Sandy Thorp at s.m.thorp@csuohio.edu.

Registration dates are here.

Links and Resources:

Graduate Program requirements and checklists.

BLACKBOARD for your online classes.

Research for journal articles, library materials, web resources and more can begin at the Library's Communication Portal.

Selected Forms:

Checklists for your major, minor or certificate program can be downloaded from their respective locations off of the Programs of Study page.

Declaring your major: Students wishing to declare their major should make an appointment to see Michelle Knapik, in the Chester building, room 279 (The CLASS Advising Center). Declaration of sequence within a Communication major can be completed in room MU 233. If you have questions about the process, check here.

Declaring your sequence: before you file for graduation, you should declare your sequence by filling out this form and dropping it off at MU 233. If you have questions about sequences, check here.

Scholarship forms: Available in Spring, see the Scholarships page for more information.

Not the information you needed? Check the left column for other topics of interest to students. Or for specific questions try our FAQ.

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Mailing Address
School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Avenue, MU 233
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
Campus Location
1st & 2nd Floors
Music & Communication Building
2001 Euclid Ave.
Phone: 216.687.4630
Fax: 216.687.5435
Web Contact
Rick Pitchford
r.pitchford@csuohio.edu
Phone: 216.687.5077

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