Welcome to the Communication and Media Arts Department of the University of St. Francis.

RSVP now for our March 22 event, "A Comm degree. Now what?" featuring Emmy-winning ABC videographer Pat Keating '94, Alpha Media's Jennifer Marentic-Bredeson ‘07 Mark Travel Corporation's Mariah Kolodziej '14 and Hannah Tadey '17, Electronic Marketing Associate for M/I Homes, Chicago. More presenters coming soon.


Some other answers upfront:

Students: Yes, you will get to play with lots of video, audio and design equipment and software with a bunch of similarly-minded friends. 

Parents: Yes, your son or daughter will BE ABLE TO FIND A LUCRATIVE JOB after he or she graduates. Every company, nonprofit organization and government entity wants employees who can think independently and communicate ideas clearly. Survey after survey, article after article, all place oral and written communication skills at or near the top of the list attributes that employers are looking for in a recent college graduate.

We know that a CMMA degree from USF arms our graduates with big-picture theory and a flexible, useful set of skills transferrable to any industry.  For more of our rant on convergence, go here.

We have completely renovated the WCSF FM Radio Station!  Please browse our online gallery to see the demo and reno pictures.

Feel free to wander around the CMMA department to see where you fit in. Click Here for a brief video of the Journalism/MCOM/CMMA 40th Anniversary Celebration on September 24.

The Blog

Posted By: Dr. Terre Layng Rosner

This particular entry in the series of Illustrative Blogs suggests the

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Posted By: Mr. Brien McHugh

It’s not what you think. It’s not a political ideology or a former FBI director. Commy is a communication major at St.

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Posted By: Mr. Anthony Musiala

Today is a “snow day”.

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Posted By: Dr. Terre Layng Rosner


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Posted By: Dr. Scott Marshall

Welcome to 2018.  A new year.  Markers of change like this often come with a balance of hope and dread: some hopes turn in to reality, but many of

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