Alpha Psi Omega is a nationally recognized co-ed fraternity that strives to provide opportunities for students to get involved not only with CMU University Theatre, but also with the university and Mt. Pleasant area communities. Each year the fraternity produces plays that have won their sponsored student playwriting contest (download contest rules .pdf here). They also award a scholarship each year to a deserving student who is not a member but who has made significant contributions to the academic and production programs in TID at CMU. Each spring APO sponsors the Mask and Hammer Awards (outstanding achievement on-, off- and back-stage). For more information please contact Keeley Stanley-Bohn at 989-774-7676 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Communication Association is the COM area's student organization. It is actively involved in many activities including community service, organization of guest speakers, professional tours and activities, and social events. The Communication Association is open to all IPC majors and minors and all are encouraged to join. For more information please contact faculty advisor Ed Hinck by email at email@example.com.
The Public Relations Students Society of America (PRSSA) and PR Central, an in-house student agency, are both groups composed of students in our Integrative Public Relations Program . PRSSA is a national pre-professional organization affiliated with the Public Relations Society of America. PRSSA students participate in national conferences, fund raising activities, agency tours and network with professionals in addition to numerous other activities. Members of PRSSA are eligible to join the staff of PR Central and work on accounts with real clients from CMU as well as the surrounding area. For more information please contact faculty advisor Jim Wojcik or email. You may also check out the bulletin board on Moore first floor for meeting times.
Lambda Pi Eta (LPH) is the official undergraduate National Communication Honor Society of the National Communication Association (NCA). As an accredited member of the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS), Lambda Pi Eta has nearly 300 active chapters at colleges and universities worldwide. Lambda Pi Eta’s Nu Sigma chapter at Central Michigan University was founded on December 10, 2001.
The goals of Lambda Pi Eta are to:
- recognize, foster, and reward outstanding scholastic achievement;
- stimulate interest in the field of communication;
- promote and encourage professional development among communication majors;
- provide an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas about the field;
- establish and maintain close relationships and understanding between faculty and students;
- explore options for further graduate studies.