We don't just talk about it.

How do you put a thought into words so that others understand it? Communication professionals face this hurdle every day.

As a student in Taylor's communication department, you'll learn to effectively communicate in a way that engages your audience and eliminates distractions. Our programs cover speaking and the many forms of writing. You'll gain the skills necessary to enter any setting—online, in print, or in person; professional or otherwise—and effectively connect with others.

Communication students put theory into action through class projects and independent work. From Public Relations case campaigns and student journalists' award-winning work in The Echo newspaper to Web Communication site launches and Professional Writing's book proposals and query letters. We don't just talk about communicating—we do it.

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Listen to Dr. Dale Keller describe how he wants you to be able to compete anywhere for the job you want in the future.

"One thing I really like about Taylor is the openness we have here in the classroom."

Listen to Dr. Dale Keller, Professor of Communication, describe how he wants you to be able to compete anywhere, with anyone, for the job you want in the future.

Listen to Assistant Professor Linda Manganello discuss the relational nature of communications at Taylor."[Communication] is a part of you. [At Taylor] you can refine your skillset and develop more [skills]." Listen to Dr. Linda Manganello, Assistant Professor, discuss the relational nature of communications at Taylor.

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Shakespeare Camp for high school students set for June 12-18

Published: May 06, 2016

Registration is open for Taylor University’s first Shakespeare Camp led by Taylor faculty and students for high school students (entering grades 9-12 this fall). Shakespeare: Page to Stage will take place on campus, June 12-18.

Taylor Theatre presents Rabbit Hole - opening this Friday

Published: February 17, 2016

The Taylor University Theatre Department's production of Rabbit Hole begins Friday in Mitchell Theatre. As improbably funny as it is heartbreaking, this story of a family in crisis won the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Becca and Howie had the perfect life – a great marriage, a beautiful house, and a lovely son. But after a tragic accident, the couple faces the challenges of surviving great loss and making a life with the family that remains.

Taylor Lyric Theatre presents: Working - A Musical

Published: January 26, 2016

The Taylor University Lyric Theatre presents Stephen Schwartz’s musical Working. Three showings are scheduled: February 5 and 6 at 8:00 p.m., and February 7 at 2:00 p.m. All are in Taylor University’s Butz-Carruth Recital Hall, and tickets are $10.00.

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