As a member of our department, you have access to thousands of pieces of equipment to make your creations come to life. 

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We have over $1.5 million in equipment and facilities that are available for students to use.

The Department of Media and Communication provides students with state-of-the-art equipment and production facilities. Our applied learning environments include computer classrooms/lab areas, professional meeting and team resource spaces, audio production studios, a student-run radio station, a fully HD television studio, as well as a surround sound mastering suite. 

Having access to high-end gear has helped me cultivate skills that will guide my career path. Raleigh Cody, Brand and Media Strategy '19

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We have over a thousand pieces of gear from DSLRs and 4k cameras to light kits and high-end audio field kits – we have what you need to do the work.

The Digital Editing Lab is the primary audio and video editing lab for using Avid Media Composer, Adobe Creative Cloud, and ProTools. This lab is available primarily for video and audio production students. Since it serves a dual purpose, open access is only allowed at scheduled times. 

Hours of Operation

Warf-Pickel Hall

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Most of our classes are hosted in Warf-Pickel Hall.

The Department of Media + Communication has its own computer lab with both Windows and Apple PCs and a printer. We also have a student lounge. The lab and lounge are available when Warf-Pickel Hall is open.

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The student lounge is a great place to gather, study, and relax between classes.