hone their skills in our multimedia labs, television and radio stations, and newspaper offices.
practice in our performance facilities and recording studio while participating in Concert Choir, Symphonic Band and more.
Art/Graphic Design students
use our Coleman-Hughes Graphic Design complex, complete with everything they need, from computer labs to a ceramics studio.
Barbara Schleppenbach, Ph.D.
Travis Yates, M.A.S., M.S.E.
Nora Baldner, M.A.
Karl Warma, M.F.A.
Bob Mejer, M.F.A.
Christine Damm, D.M.A.
Bill Machold, M.M.
Amy Stollberg, M.A.
Setting the Stage
If you are starting the Communication major, you probably have questions and aren’t sure where to locate the answers. Even if you are not new to QU, you may find that the transition to a major field can be eased by an informal opportunity to meet peers, faculty members, and administrators who contribute to your learning process.
Please let us know more about you and your interests so that we can tailor the event to your needs. Then watch your QU email for an announcement with details of time and place!
Topics we plan to discuss: Career planning, internships; academic assessment process; advising and registration; resources and activities.
For more information about the Division of Fine Arts & Communication, contact Karl Warma at 217-228-5432 ext. 3153 or send us a message: