The Communication Student Advisory Board was created in Spring 2013 to help engage students in the activities of the Department of Communication through leadership. The board is made up of a mix of current Communication majors from freshman to seniors. The board also has representatives who transferred to Cornell to help provide a transfer student perspective. Learn more.
Communication-Related Student Organizations
There are more than 1000 registered student groups on campus. These groups are a great way for students to explore their interest in many areas.
- The Cornell Daily Sun
- Social Media Club
- Slope Media
- The Thread (Fashion)
- The Cornell Sun
- The Big Red Sports Network
- Cornell Forensics Society
- Cornell Media Guild - WVBR
Students in the Department of Communication have the ability to be involved in leading research in various areas of interest. Working on research projects can provide students with a way to connect their classroom knowledge with real world data. Students that are interested in being a part of research within the Department of Communication should speak with their Faculty Advisor about possible opportunities.