• Sat. Jul 2nd, 2022

SCS Bulletin

BROADCAST MEDIA STUDIES | INFORMATION DESIGN | JOURNALISM & DIGITAL MEDIA | PUBLIC RELATIONS |

ADVISING

Academic Advising in the School of Communication Studies strives to provide students with accurate information about resources on campus in a safe and open environment. The Academic Advisor advocates for our students and provides guidance in program planning for the Broadcast Media Studies, Information Design, Journalism, and Public Relations programs in the school of Communication Studies.

Your School of Communication Studies academic advisor is Sam Ulmer-Krol. Sam has a Master of Arts in Education from the University of Calgary. He has spent several years working with the Central Advising team at Mount Royal University.

If you require advising information specific to the School of Communication Studies programs please contact your academic advisor:

Sam Ulmer-Krol
email: commadvising@mtroyal.ca
phone: 403-440-5072


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