Department of Communication Studies - St. Cloud State University

Department of Communication Studies - St. Cloud State University

Communication Studies
Riverview 117
St. Cloud State University
720 Fourth Avenue South
St. Cloud, Minnesota 56301-4498

Phone: 320-308-2216
Fax: 320-308-2250

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"Stories Aren't Magic, Unless They're Strategic" with John Capecci Monday, February 8, noon in Headley Hall 227.


The Department of Communication Studies seeks to renew its pool of adjunct instructors to teach the introductory course.


Spring 2016 Performance Studies Season


Are You Glossophobic? CMST 171 - Speech Anxiety Reduction may be the class for you. Take the Personal Report of Communication Apprehension to find out.



Join the Players Performance Group.  The group is looking for thinkers, creators, writers, speakers, and artists of all kinds.  No experience necessary.   For more information about Players at SCSU: contact Jennifer Tuder, Director of Players, Riverview Building Room 110, or 308-3125

Join The Forensics Speech and Debate Team! SCSU Forensics offers students the opportunity to compete in public speaking, debate and interpretation of literature/acting.  SCSU Forensics (competitive speech and debate) is open to all students regardless of major/minor; no experience is necessary.  For more information about Forensics at SCSU contact:  Scott Wells, Director of Forensics, Riverview Building Room 211A, 308-3000.



The SCSU Department of Communication Studies is seeking a part-time public relations intern for Spring 2016. See the position description for more information. The position is open until filled.








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