The School of Communication is recognized as a top program for undergraduate and graduate study. You can help keep that leadership position with a gift to the School’s general fund, which supports:
- Essential work in and facilities for our academic programs,
- Sought-after scholarships that recognize excellence among our students,
- Valuable experiences in our registered student organizations,
- Important travel costs for students to present their work at conferences and other public venues, and
- Cutting-edge technology for our Social Media Analytics Command Center (SMACC) and Communication Innovation Center (CIC).
Additional support opportunities:
Support our nationally recognized forensics team with 10 national team championships and over 80 individual titles in its history. Funds will provide support of travel of the Forensics team. If all primary needs have been met, funds may also be used to improve the program as needed.
Graduate Student Association
Support one of the very best master’s programs in the nation, with a strong track record of placing alumni in top-tier doctoral programs, instructional positions, and a plethora of private-sector businesses. Funds will assist with conference travel, technology and office equipment, recruiting, alumni networking events, and research endeavors.
TV-10 doubles as a working laboratory and an academic unit that provides students with hands-on training in broadcast journalism and production. Support Bloomington-Normal’s only locally produced television newscast.
WZND is Illinois State University's student-run, faculty-advised radio station, providing students with the practical experience needed to achieve their career goals in broadcasting. Support students gaining valuable knowledge and skills with hands-on training both on-air and behind the scenes.
The Vidette provides students with professional work experience and serves as the university community’s daily newspaper. Support students who are dedicated to the pursuit of truth, excellence and providing readers with the knowledge they deserve.