College of Communication & Creative Arts - Communication Studies
Lambda Pi Eta
Lambda Pi Eta is the official honorary society for communication students. It is affiliated with the National Communication Association and has over 240 active chapters. Lambda Pi Eta is recognized and accredited by the Association of College Honor Societies.
The organization, which was founded in 1985, recognizes outstanding students in the communication field, encourages their interests and development, and forms relationships among students and between students and faculty. Because Lambda Pi Eta is more than simply good grades, it requires that students become active participants in the communication field and supporters of their program. This is beneficial to students, the College, the University, and the surrounding community.
Students who are interested in becoming a part of Lambda Pi Eta should contact the organization's faculty advisor: Dr. John Feaster (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Communication Studies Club
The Communication Studies Club is open to students who major or minor in Communication Studies. It's a University-chartered club that allows for various opportunities in personal, professional, and civic growth. Members meet weekly throughout the semester and participate in activities that support the community within and around Rowan University. The Club provides resources necessary for students to build long-lasting relationships with their peers and professors, so members can succeed professionally and academically. The Club offers a central forum for sharing information related to the major, minor, and the study of communication. It supports community among students and faculty, and it demonstrates service and leadership.
Students who are interested in joining the club may contact the Faculty Advisor, Professor Sam Crown (email@example.com).