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We are the College of Communication and the Arts.
We are focused on creating a vibrant and active learning experience for our students. We embrace the exploration of tradition and innovation.
Contact us to schedule a visit to our studios, theatres, labs and departments. We have recently installed a new state of the art switcher in the Rocket Hall broadcasting studio and built a large-format print center in the Center for the Visual Arts.
SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR COCA STUDENTS:
Be one of six CoCA students selected to receive a registration scholarship to the upcoming uHeart Digital Media Conference on October 9-10 at the Radisson Hotel on the Health Science Campus. Join attendees from the region and learn from guest speakers about "pushing the boundaries of publishing, creating and deploying content strategically." To enter, download an application here, fill it out and return it to the CoCA Dean's Office by Friday, September 26. Winners will be notified via email on Monday, September 29.
Here is what a few students and faculty members have been up to this summer, combining learning with experience:
Associate Professor of Film, Holly Hey put together a video production team this summer. The team handled all phases of video production in collaboration with physicians from UTMC. Their informational and instructive wellness video, "C.A.R.E. A Self Care Treatment Plan for Sodium Consumption" will be distributed to patients.
Professor of Art Tom Lingeman taught a course in Outdoor Sculpture Conservation, in which students cleaned several statues on the grounds of the Lucas County Courthouse. Read more about the Outdoor Sculpture Conservation project.
Students in the College of Communication and the Arts can now pursue one of several cross-disciplinary minors that incorporates strengths of faculty and curriculum across the college's departments. They include: Visual Effects and Animation; Documentary Theory and Production; Sound Production and Design; and Digital Arts and Visual Communication.
CoCA students will benefit from the increased resources available from Seelio, the
web-based career preparation portfolio company, as it was recently acquired by PlattForm, which manages college and university marketing and enrollment programs.
Explore some of the great CoCA student portfolios at the college's aggregate page.
Experiential Learning Partners
Seelio Online Portfolio
Students in the College of Communication and the Arts capture their class projects and extracurricular endeavors with Seelio, an online portfolio program. Seelio allows for a visual and narrative presentation of one's experience. Check out some of the inspiring portfolios of students in Communication and the Arts. Learn more about Seelio.
Our students also enjoy using Intern in Ohio, an online matching program for students and employers. Their profiles are matched with available internships that fit their interests and skills. Integration of Seelio with the Intern in Ohio program is forthcoming.
Sullivan 1200, MS 501
2801 W. Bancroft Toledo, OH 43606
Phone 419.530.7353 or 7356
Dean Debra A. Davis
Associate Dean Holly Monsos
Phone 419. 530.7354
Communication and Events Coordinator Kelly McGilvery
Phone 419. 530.7353
Executive Secretary Angela DeAngelo
Arts Living and Learning Community (ALLC)
Ottawa East 1209B, MS 517
3030 Residence Dr, Toledo, OH 43606
Director Kate Abu-Absi
Student Services - Main Campus
Room 3000, MS 906