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As you know, COVID-19 has changed the way we do things, at least for the next few months. We will be fully online during the Winter 2022 session, and partially online during the Spring 2022 semester. If you need to reach your instructor, please see the Contact list below. The best way to contact instructors is by email, as we are not in our offices answering the phones. If you cannot reach your instructor, or if you have a question about any of the subjects in our Division, please contact the Communications Division Chair, Ann Warren.
The Communications Division includes the following departments: Developmental Communications, English, English as a Second Language (credit), English as a Second Language (non-credit), Journalism, Spanish, French, and Japanese.
Faculty and staff in our division are unified in our mission to support students in developing strong reading, writing, and critical thinking skills—skills essential for engaged global citizenship. Students with strong language skills will find their college classes easier to ace. And after college, they'll find themselves in demand in the professional world. Students who study foreign languages will find that those skills open up many doors in the work world, and will also find themselves more at home in a variety of different cultures. And students who study Journalism will improve not only their critical thinking and writing skills, but also their listening and observation skills.
Communications Division faculty are trained to use a wide range of teaching methods to meet students’ varied learning styles. Students who complete our classes will acquire skills that will put them at an advantage in college and in the work world, and that will enrich their personal lives.