Prepare for the cutting-edge careers that take both technical skill and bold artistic creation.
Work closely with our faculty—top scholars and industry professionals—to gain knowledge and skills that translate into many different careers and pursuits. You'll receive close individual advising and mentoring from professors who are committed to Christ.
Strong liberal arts
Besides gaining the technical expertise you'll need in the workplace, at Calvin you also receive a broad education in the sciences and humanities. Learn how to communicate with people while learning the depth of what it means to be a person.
Skills for life
Whether you're in front of a camera or behind it, on stage or designing a set, arguing a case or selling an idea, the knowledge and skills you learn in your communication classes will serve you long after you've graduated. Learn the critical thinking skills, the teamwork strategies, and the organization and poise that businesses, schools, and culture-shaping media are looking for.
of 2016 communication graduates had an internship while at Calvin.
of 2018 communication graduates were employed or in grad school a year later.
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Saving the Michigan Tuition Grant
In October 2019, a line-item veto by Governor Gretchen Whitmer included cutting the $2,400 per year Michigan Tuition Grant (MTG). The response of the Calvin community? Take action.
News & Stories, December 20, 2019
Calvin remembers Marten Vande Guchte
Founder of Calvin's speech pathology and audiology program, Marten Vande Guchte, is remembered for his quiet good sense.
News & Stories, September 10, 2018
Calvin alumnus Paul Schrader returns to Grand Rapids to screen First Reformed
In February, Calvin College alumnus Paul Schrader presented a pre-release screening of his film First Reformed, and participated in a panel discussion at his alma mater.
News & Stories, February 28, 2018
Calvin College students turn their class into a performance
From February 1-3, the Calvin Theatre Company (CTC) presents “The Amish Project,” a play that explores the true story of the community of Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania.
News & Stories, January 31, 2018
Heart surgery for the church
Bulgarian-born alumna sees Calvin education and vocational aspirations come together
Spark, September 01, 2017
Walking Boldly: Reitsma Mpindi
“If nothing else,” says Reitsma Mpindi ’17, “learn to love and trust the process.”
News & Stories, July 18, 2017
Student captures former prisoner's redemptive story
For 2017 grad Nathan Roels' final film project at Calvin College, he highlighted the story of a former prisoner’s reconciled relationships.
News & Stories, June 13, 2017
Equipping Just Citizens
The Just Citizenship Series features panelists and speakers engaging social and political issues.
News & Stories, March 6, 2017
An Emmy helps the cause
Alumna filmmaker’s award sheds light on teen homelessness
Spark, December 01, 2016
Calvin alum addresses health hazards in Kent County housing
As executive director of Healthy Homes Coalition, Paul Haan has spent the past decade fighting lead and substandard housing issues in Grand Rapids.
News & Stories, September 12, 2016
You Make a Difference
Play offers hope for bullied kids
Spark, June 15, 2016
Jobs for People Who Love Adventure
VERGE, Spring 2015
A Strategic Communication Grad's Life in Zambia
VERGE, Spring 2015
Internships X 5
How Calvin prepared her to work for Southwest, Disney Cruise Lines and more
VERGE, Spring 2014
From Calvin to Hollywood
VERGE, Spring 2014
The liberal arts and Broadway
VERGE, Fall 2012
Media Production Grads
Where they are now.
VERGE, Spring 2012
WOODTV Internship Q&A
VERGE, Fall 2011
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Communication Arts and Sciences