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Edward R. Murrow College of Communication

Murrow Student Services

We are a team of professional advisors who are dedicated to student success, assisting you with optimizing your educational opportunities and resources. Murrow advisors help students design their semester schedules to keep you on track for graduation.

Contact Us

Sara Stout, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs
Megan Starr-Gepford, Director of Student Services
Tami Vik, Academic Advisor
Jessica Hernandez, Academic Advisor
Jeremy Watson, Graduate Coordinator & Academic Advisor
Angela Schweigert, Professional Development Coordinator & Career Advisor
Mickinzie Johnson, Recruitment Coordinator
Rose Foss, Office Assistant

 

 

Undergraduate Advising

Murrow advisors also encourage college and campus involvement, as well as study abroad opportunities. WSU and The Murrow College of Communication strive to build a collaborative relationship that supports your personal development while working toward your degree.

How to make an appointment

  1. Sign-in to SSC Navigate with Network ID
  2. Select “Get Advising” Button
  3. Choose Campus and Appointment Reason
  4. Choose Advisor Location and Advisor
  5. Select a Time
  6. Write reason in “Comments” Section
  7. Confirm Appointment

Drop-In Hours:

Check your Murrow advisor’s Blackboard Announcements page.

Preparing for Your Advising Appointment

You should plan to meet with your academic advisors at least once a semester.

Prior to meeting with your advisors, be sure to:

  • Review your Advisement Report;
  • Select courses you need and want to take in the coming semester(s);
  • Update and bring your graduation plan; and
  • Come prepared with any questions you might have.
  • Review the Advising Syllabus and resources available on the Advising site through your Blackboard

Graduate Advising

The Murrow Graduate Coordinator supports all Murrow Graduate students as they work toward completion of their MA or PhD program. Please contact our office with any questions. We encourage students to connect with us each semester, or as often as needed.

make an appointment

Jeremy Watson

Graduate Coordinator | Academic Advisor

jeremy.b.watson@wsu.edu

(509)335-7333

 

Preparing for Your Advising Appointment

You should plan to meet with your academic advisors at least once a semester.

Prior to meeting with your advisors, be sure to:

  • Review your Advisement Report;
  • Select courses you need and want to take in the coming semester(s);
  • Update and bring your graduation plan; and
  • Come prepared with any questions you might have.
  • Review the Advising Syllabus and resources available on the Advising site through your Blackboard

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply to admit to an undergraduate major in the Murrow College?

Students are admitted directly into a Murrow major upon admission to WSU, and in consultation with a Murrow Academic Advisor. Students will remain admitted as long as they complete all required courses and remain in good academic standing.

What are the requirements for someone minoring in the College of Communication and when can I apply? 

The course requirements are provided on the WSU Admissions website under Communication, Journalism and Media Production, and Strategic Communication. Students may apply for a Murrow minor after they have admitted to a major.

Is an internship required to Graduate?

No. It is optional. You can take 6 credit hours of upper-division communication courses instead.

I’m an exchange student, how can I enroll in College of Communication classes?

Click here for more information regarding exchange student requirements.

Are there any Scholarships offered through the College of Communication that I can apply for?

Yes. To explore the scholarships offered and guidelines, look at the Scholarships and Awards page.

I’m interested in grad school, how can I find out more about it and/or apply?

General questions about applications should be directed to Jeremy Watson, Graduate Coordinator. You can also find more information under the Graduate Programs section.

I’m thinking about joining a club but not sure which one, how do I find out more about them?

There are many different clubs offered by not only WSU but also more specifically the College of Communication.