Near or far, you’re always part of the family.
Cultivating relationships with our alumni is critical to the success of the College of Communication and Information Sciences. We value your experiences and prospectives in furthering the mission of our College and offer a variety of ways for you to stay involved after graduation or become involved later in your career.
We rely on alumni and employers for career guidance, industry insight, and internship and job placements. Contact us if you wish to assist our students in any of these capacities.
Throughout the year, C&IS hosts alumni networking events on campus and around the country. Members of the Capstone Communication Society receive exclusive invitations to these events.
Capstone Communication SocietyWhether you’re on campus or across the globe, you’re an important part of C&IS. No matter how you’re living your story, the Capstone Communication Society is your way to stay involved with the College of Communication and Information Sciences and be in-the-know about College happenings.
With a gift to the Capstone Communication Society of $100 or more, you will stay connected with C&IS through invitations to on-campus events, a subscription to our monthly e-newsletter and Communicator, our annual magazine. You will be the first to know about opportunities to network with other C&IS alumni, parents and friends throughout the country.
Your donation to the Capstone Communication Society will help fund student scholarships and learning opportunities for C&IS students.
Our latest issue features stories about how C&IS researchers are investigating ways to improve messaging for severe weather alerts to save lives, how the Alabama Debate Society is partnering with educators around the state to bring speech and debate to Alabama high schools, how C&IS’ Industry Immersion program is developing students professionally by taking them to big-city markets to network with alumni and industry-leading executives, and how in just 10 years, Capstone Agency has evolved from a handful of students into the nation’s best student-run firm. Click here to check out recent issues of Communicator.