Communication students are very active in professional organizations. Joining one of our clubs is much more than just a line on your resume. Our student organizations are highly active and engage in professional activities, creative work, community service, and career networking. Explore the list below and join today!
WCU Forensics is an elite group of intercollegiate Speakers, Debaters, Actors, and Future Leaders. Throughout the year we travel all over the country, and even Canada competing against a bounty of prestigious schools. If you have an interest in sharing your ideas with others, enjoy a competitive atmosphere, want to make new friends, want to travel, and most importantly want to enhance your speaking skills while touching the lives of many other individuals, then forensics may be what you need.
Lambda Pi Eta
Lambda Pi Eta is The National Honors Society for Communication Studies. Affiliated with National Communication Association (NCA), the society rewards and promotes academic excellence, commitment to community service, and interest in the field of communication. In addition, it encourages professional development, provides a forum to discuss and exchange ideas, explores options for career possibilities and graduate education, and fosters relationships among faculty and students.
Public Relations Student Society of America
The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is a professional organization for for students interested in public relations and communication-oriented careers. The organization emphasizes communication and persuasion theories, professional experience, diversity and rigorous ethical standards. The student organization benefits from a close association with the parent organization, the Public Relations Society of America, and the professional and personal development of our members. Our chapter is very active and creates many professional opportunities for its members.
Students in Communication
This organization is a professional organization that champions the advancement of Communication Studies majors of West Chester University of PA.
The Quad is the student news service of West Chester University of Pennsylvania. The Quad is published in print and online. It produces news content for distribution through a wide variety of social media outlets, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Our mobile journalism video content is also distributed on the digital signage systems on campus, and on Verizon FiOS channel 33 in Chester County. Read more about The Quad
WCUR is the campus radio station, established in 1999. Tune in at 91.7 FM in the West Chester area, or listen around the world! WCUR 91.7FM- Est. Read more about WCUR
WCU Weekly is produced by the WCU-TV club. New are episodes released every Tuesday. WCU Weekly can be watched online, it also loops on all campus televisions, and is e-mailed to all WCU enrolled students every Tuesday! Read more about WCU Weekly
WCU Studios is the official TV Production organization at West Chester University. We oversee and produce news and entertainment through a variety of shows and are always looking for creative students to join us.