Academic Support for Department of Communication
The academic structure of Cornell University has many levels. Within the University, seven colleges serve as home to numerous academic departments. The Department of Communication is housed within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, which is referred to as CALS. To graduate from Cornell, you will have requirements at all three levels: University, CALS and Communication. Depending on your needs, there will be times when you will interact with each of the levels.
Connect with us
Email undergraduate program coordinator hec58 [at] cornell.edu (Heather Crespin) to schedule an appointment or get your questions answered.
Major & minor requirements
Communication has been a core part of the social sciences at Cornell since its founding. Students in the Department of Communication learn to understand audiences, shape messages and interact with individuals and technologies.
Transfer to Communication
Current CALS and non-CALS Cornell students as well as students at other colleges and universities are welcome to transfer to the Department of Communication.
Honors Research Program
The Honors Research Program in Communication offers outstanding undergraduates the opportunity to work with a member of our faculty to pursue independent research.
Student advisory board, organizations, clubs and research are available to enhance your undergraduate experience.
450 Mann Library Building
phone: (607) 255-2601
email: communication [at] cornell.edu
We are located on the 4th floor of Mann Library, accessible only by the stairs/elevators within the library, which are just past the circulation desk.
Monday - Thursday, 8am to 4:30pm
Friday, 8am to 3:30pm