Alumni & Giving
Making a Difference, For Life
Whether you graduated from CSU with a degree in Communication Studies, Speech Communication, Speech and Theatre Arts, or Speech Arts, we value the time, energy and commitment you gave to earn your degree.
Now that you’re out in the world doing amazing things, your professional journeys, personal pursuits, and life stories not only evidence the diversity and value of a degree in communication studies, they make us proud.
How You Make a Difference
We promised that you can do anything you want with a degree in communication studies. And then, you did.
Connect with Current Students
Your stories and experiences inspire our current students to make the most of their time at CSU, develop their unique passions, and envision a future of limitless opportunity.
We have several opportunities for connecting you to our current students, such as participating on a senior capstone alumni panel, hosting an informational interview, talking with first generation students, or coordinating an internship.
We welcome your involvement.
Transform the life of a student. Honor a teacher. Support the future of our programs.
When you make a gift to a Department of Communication Studies scholarship or program fund, you not only make an investment in the future, you honor the faculty and students who came before you.
The Impact of Giving
Program Funds that Support Community Engagement and Program Enrichment
This fund supports the ACT Human Rights Film Festival, the only university-produced, international film festival in the Rocky Mountain West that is dedicated to human rights issues—put on by the Department of Communication Studies in the College of Liberal Arts.
Scholarships that Support Undergraduate Students Beyond their First Year of Study
This scholarship was created by a gift from Ann Gill, alumna, long-time faculty member, and Department Chair from 1990 to 2001. The Gill Scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate major who has completed at least 60 credits at Colorado State, demonstrated creativity, initiative, and concern for human rights and equality.