You know your goals. We will help you reach them.
We are committed to helping our students succeed. We have campus-wide resources to help you become fully engaged in the College of Arts and Media community as an involved learner and active participant in campus life.
Come by and see what we can do for you: Dean’s Suite, Communications Building, Room 1012
Recruitment and Retention
The College of Arts and Media strives to empower all to pursue their academic and career goals by providing information and support through the enrollment process. Our Recruitment and Retention (R&R) Coordinator provides high-quality comprehensive college readiness services to prospective students, K-12 faculty, staff, administrators from both public and private sectors, and community-based organizations.
WHAT DOES OUR R&R OFFER?
Our R&R provides support to our current students by connecting them to our campus-wide resources, whether they need tutoring, assistive technology, study habits, time management, career exploration, transitioning to SIU, and more.
Meet Your CAMbassadors
CAMbassadors are student volunteers sponsored by the College of Arts and Media (CAM). They play a vital role in facilitating the adjustment of new students to the campus and community through activities such as: leading discussion groups with incoming students and family members; assisting in the preparation of orientation activities and materials; explaining academic opportunities and procedures; acquainting new students with campus services and building locations; and discussing sensitive issues.
- Brooke Bishop, Architecture
- Parker Bourne, Architecture
- Liz Brechtel, Communication Design
- Michael Burton, Cinema
- Amy Harris, Music Education
- Kamaria Harmon, Journalism
- Lukas Kohler, Metalsmithing
- Autumn Meyer, Painting
- Yanely Moreno Montoya, Radio, TV, and Digital Media
- Stasia Palmer, Architecture
- Chloe Quint, Interior Design
- Jaxson Smith, Radio, TV, and Digital Media
- Kyla Smith, Fashion Studies
Enhance your leadership skills outside of the classroom by joining one of our Registered Student Organizations. You will have hands-on experience, great discussions, and meet faculty and staff. Lifelong relationships will be created with people who can help you go from classroom to career.
- Africana Theatre Lab
- Alpha Rho Chi
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- American Institute of Architecture Students
- American Institute of Graphic Arts
- Art Education Nation
- Big Muddy Crew
- Critical Forum
- Daily Egyptian
- Digi Dog Records
- Essence Fashion Models
- Fierce Musical Theater
- Industrial Designers’ Society of America
- Marching Salukis
- Movie Camera Movement
- Musicians United
- National Association of Black Journalists
- New Play Lab
- Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
- River Region Evening Edition
- Saluki Ad Lab
- Sigma Alpha Iota
- Southern Illinois Dance Company
- The Fashion Club
- Vanity Fashion Fair Models
- Writer’s Room
- WSIU Public Broadcasting
Living Learning Communities
Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are one of many ways we support the personal development and academic success of our students. LLCs offer students the chance to live with others who share similar majors or interests. LLCs give students the opportunity to interact with faculty and staff.
Members of the College of Arts & Media LLC have some amazing advantages provided to them. LLC members can learn about career opportunities in their majors; meet faculty and staff; and be among the first to receive information about special events, guest speakers, and other opportunities. Kellogg Hall is in West Campus. Living in the LLC helps Arts & Media students better connect with extracurricular activities and involvement opportunities within the college.
The College of Arts and Media has more arts and media under one umbrella than anywhere else in the state. Venture out of the boundaries of your program and create and learn with other CAM programs. All opportunities are open to students regardless of their major and offers hands-on experience.