College of Communication > Student Resources > Student Organizations
Pursuing an education in communication is not only about life inside the classroom—it's also about collaborating with other communicators who have similar interests and career goals.
The College of Communication offers a variety of communication-oriented student organizations that bring your education to life, helping you practice your discipline and build your skills as a professional communicator. Visit each organization below to learn how you can get involved.
The mission of DePaul University Association of Black Journalists is to equip African American journalists and communications majors with professional career skills.
As the student chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists at DePaul University, NAHJ DePaul connects members to leaders in the industry, helps them prepare for internships and jobs, hosts speakers and coordinates cultural events.
The DePaul chapter of the national organization Zeta Phi Eta is a professional co-ed fraternity. They connect students with opportunities to develop their professional skills in the field of communication.