Take your studies out of the classroom and into the real world. You’ll find many opportunities to get practical work training, meet peers in and outside your program, learn new skills and just have fun. Whether you choose to engage on campus or in the community, you’ll gain experience while having new experiences.
Whether you live on campus or commute, your college is your hub for socializing and accessing academic services.
Earn course credits: Get work experience while building on specific coursework and learning practical skills.
Add an international element to your studies by immersing yourself in a new environment.
Communication Studies Student Association
Getting involved with your program’s student association is a great way to meet peers, connect through activities and learn more about your chosen field.
Published annually under the mentorship of Professor Anne MacLennan, Impression showcases engaging and thought-provoking opinion pieces, essays, book reviews, photographs, short stories and poems produced by Communication & Media Studies students.