Welcome to the School of Arts, Media, and Communications
If you’re ready for an experience like no other with a world-class liberal arts education, we invite you to visit the School of Arts, Media, and Communication.
As a Lindenwood student, you will have the opportunity to learn in state-of-the-art facilities, and explore your talents in areas like performing arts, visual arts, radio, television, media management and sales, public relations, and sports information.
As a creative person you have something to say. At Lindenwood, you can express yourself on canvas, in a studio, on stage, online, through video, or through many other technological avenues.
When you pursue performing or visual arts at Lindenwood, you will have a host of annual performing and exhibiting opportunities—both traditional and innovative—you’re invited to specialize or explore multiple interests.
If you choose media and communication, you can create interactive and online experiences, digital cinema arts, and more.
No matter which path you choose, your artistic voice has a home in a diverse, supportive, and challenging environment.
Turn your passion into a career.
Since 1827, Lindenwood has been helping students like you realize your potential, hone your craft, and pursue a professional career. Our accomplished and student-centered faculty share their extensive expertise and networks to help you reach the highest academic, artistic, and ethical standards.
An important component in the School of Arts, Media and Communication is practical experience outside of the classroom.
If you major in a media or communication field, you will gain hands-on broadcast experience at 89.1 The Wood, KCLC FM, the university's 50,000-watt radio station. Under the guidance of professional management, you will work in all facets of station operation, including programming, promotion, news reporting and writing, marketing, traffic, and on-air announcing. KCLC FM serves a diverse listening audience in the St. Louis metropolitan area.
Lindenwood's cable television station, LUTV-HD, will give you real-life experience in all aspects of video production and television programming. You will perform both on-camera and behind-the-scenes jobs on the station, which is available to viewers throughout St. Charles County on the cable system. The Charter Communications LUTV HD Studio is located in the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts.
You will also hone your writing and interviewing skills by working for the student-run Lindenwood Legacy newspaper and Lindenlink online news outlet, as well as writing for KCLC and cable television newscasts. With access to Macintosh and personal computer labs, you’ll also learn desktop publishing and word processing for use in creating various types of publications.
Communications majors may enter an internship program in their junior or senior year to acquire on-the-job experience with a professional broadcast and communications organization. Opportunities exist to intern at St. Louis area radio stations, newspapers, public relations firms, advertising firms, online businesses, and corporations.
Fine and performing arts students have the opportunity to exhibit work and perform in the magnificent J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts, a state-of-the-art facility that hosts national touring productions as well as student productions. The J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts also houses the Emerson Black Box Theater and the Boyle Family Gallery.
Lindenwood University offers 15 degrees in arts, media, and communication along with 17 minors in those same areas. Evening-based accelerated degrees are available in communication fields. Master's degrees are offered in communication in either an evening or traditional daytime format.
We invite you to visit the School of Arts, Media, and Communication at Lindenwood University and see firsthand why we are like no other.