Need Advising

Are you an undergraduate looking for advising in the department?  Please see Mr. Kent Filbel

Are you a graduate student needing advising?  Please see Dr. Tracy Stephenson Shaffer


Dr. Bryan McCann will be awarded the Karl R. Wallace Memorial Award by the National Communication Association at the annual conference this year. Read more here. 

"You Menstrual Me", written by Instructor Emily Graves, breaks social barriers. More in the Daily Revielle.

Millenials most sought after according to BR Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to the Department of Communication Studies

We offer B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees. At the undergraduate level, we feature six pathways to success:   Public Discourse, Art and Culture, Professional Communication, Communication in Human Relationships, Visual and Mediated Communication, and “Create your Own.” Graduates find employment in fields such as communication coordination (e.g., social media, community outreach, employee relations), event planning, speechwriting, sales, and media design, production, and relations.  At the graduate level, students emphasize interpersonal communication, performance studies, or rhetoric.  As one of the oldest communication departments in the nation, we strive to advance knowledge and provide service to our discipline and community. Our culture is innovative, stimulating, friendly, and humane. The faculty are committed to employing a wide spectrum of perspectives that serve to inform and thereby improve habits and practices of communication so as to enable the advancement of culture. 


Speak Out: Speech Night

A Showcase of the LSU Debate Team's 2016-2017 Season.

Thursday, April 27 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.