The relationship with our students doesn’t end at graduation.
Whether you just earned your degree or graduated years ago, we count you as a valued alumnus of our School of Communication and Media! So much has been happening in our new school — evolving programs, new degrees, building plans, amazing guest speakers, plus so much more — and as an alumna/us of Broadcasting/Television, Filmmaking, Communication or any of our newer programs, we invite you to take part.
Alumni are making names for themselves.
Take a look at our Alumni Successes to see what colleagues have been up to.
As a College of the Arts alumnus, you are always welcome on campus and we hope you will visit often. The College’s Peak Performances offers critically acclaimed music, dance and theatrical events and the George Segal Gallery exhibits work of all genres. And, of course, when you come onto campus, be sure to visit the School of Communication and Media.
Be sure to also check out our Student Productions and Carpe Diem which airs weekly on cable. Visit University Alumni Relations to learn about alumni consumer discounts, career support, networking opportunities, and admission to special events. There are a great many ways to get involved and lots of benefits to access.
Giving to the School of Communication and Media
There are also many ways to give support to the School of Communication and Media — whether by representing your program and university at a college fair; offering an internship to a currently-enrolled student; or helping us create scholarships. We are grateful to alumni who are able to give of their time, talents or treasure – but equally important are the examples you set through your professional success and willingness to share that experience with today’s students.
Creating a Scholarship
Of course, one of the most meaningful gifts you can give is the opportunity to share the wonderful experience you had as a University student by providing tuition assistance to another student. If you would be interested in donating to an existing scholarship or would like to create one of your own, please call our Development Office at 973-655-7298 or visit the College of the Arts Giving Opportunities