Ambassadors

Student Clubs

Advertising Club
The Ad Club connects students with industry by hosting professionals who visit the campus, touring local ad agencies and making annual networking trips nationwide.

CMCI Ambassadors
Comprised of 15 CMCI students, CMCI Ambassadors strives to help prospective students during their college search and major discovery process. Ambassadors help with campus visits, student events and outreach and communication efforts. Applications open every spring semester for the following academic year.

CMCI GSA
The CMCI Graduate Student Association serves as an important forum for: developing personal and professional relationships with other graduate students, fostering a sense of community and support, representing the voices of all graduate students through various departments in CMCI, supporting diversity and engaging in service activities, communicating relevant information to the graduate student body and assisting with the recruitment, orientation and integration of incoming and current graduate students.

Communication GSA
The Communication Graduate Student Association (CGSA) serves as an advocate for graduate students’ interests and seeks to foster a collegial and engaged academic community in CU Boulder’s Department of Communication.

CMCI Student Government
The college’s elected student government offers leadership experiences and the chance to shape CMCI’s founding traditions.

Info Buffs
Fosters community for students interested in Information and Data Science. This group hosts both social and academic-based workshops throughout the year. The group is open to all students, both graduate and undergraduate, and you do not have to be a major or minor to join. No experience is necessary.

Public Relations Student Society of America—CU Boulder Chapter
CU Boulder hosts the second Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) chapter in Colorado. Headed by a student executive board, the chapter gives students a chance to network, find internships and develop their public relations skills.

Honor Societies

Kappa Tau Alpha
A college honor society that recognizes academic excellence and promotes scholarship in journalism and mass communication. CU Boulder’s chapter was established in 1933. Selection for membership is a mark of highest distinction and honor.  Members are chosen by faculty.