Kent Communication Society | Kent State University

Kent Communication Society

About

The Kent Communication Society (KCS) is an academic and social student-run undergraduate organization open to all students. As a university-sanctioned organization, its main goal is to inform students about the field and curriculum of communication studies. KCS holds social, academic and career-related events that focus on communication activities and provides information about the university, graduation requirements and post-graduation options. Joining KCS helps build your resume, meet fellow communication majors and develop tools for finding internships and possible careers.

Meeting Times

KCS meets on Wednesdays from 5 to 5:30 p.m. in Rm. 158 Taylor Hall.

Leaders

President: Katherine Vanke (kvanke@kent.edu)
Vice President: Carson Munn (cmunn1@kent.edu)
Treasurer: Anna Stanke (astanke@kent.edu)
Secretary: Miranda Fothergill (krother1@kent.edu
PR & Advertising: Abby Farabaugh (afaraba1@kent.edu
Social Media: Brooke Johnson (bjohn142@kent.edu)
Faculty Advisor: Dr. David Trebing (jtrebing@kent.edu)

Membership

Interested students can pay five dollars ($5) per semester or an annual fee of ten dollars ($10) that will help defray the cost of food and the social activities we coordinate. 

Connect with us on Social Media

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KentCommunicationSociety 
Twitter: @ KCS_KentState
Instagram: #kentcommunicationsociety