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Communication 101 week

The Communication Student Association (CSA)

The Communication Students' Association (CSA) works to ensure an amazing university experience for students in Communication, Public Relations, Digital Journalism and World Cinemas.

Visit the CSA's official website and stay in the loop with what the CSA can do for you by following their Facebook page!


Check out these highlights from past CSA events!

Communication 101 week

Department of Communication 101 week

com prom

Department of Communication Comm Prom


Wine and cheese

CSA wine and cheese

students at hockey game

Movember hockey game




Desmarais Hall, Room 2170F

Telephone: 613-562-5800, ext. 3706

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Academic/University Affairs:



Director of Sponsorship:


All undergraduate students, full-time or part-time, registered in the Communication program are members of the Communication Students' Association (CSA). The CSA is designed to give its members, as future communicators, a voice not only within the Faculty of Arts, but also throughout the campus, and to the Senate.

This committee makes its influence felt in the academic, cultural, economic and social matters. The CSA executive committee is elected in March of each year. Members of the CSA sit on several departmental committees as well as the Faculty council. Members of the CSA are always receptive to your comments and suggestions


The Communication Graduate Students’ Association (CGSA)

Membership of the Association consists of all registered graduate students, full-time and part-time, in the Communication Program at the University of Ottawa.


Desmarais Hall, room 2170A
Telephone: 613-562-5800, ext. 2059

General inquiries:






 The CSA invites the students to participate in various activities within the Department.

  • CMN improvisation team
  • La Rotonde (French newspaper of the University)
  • The Fulcrum (English newspaper of the University)
  • CFUO (University radio station)
  • Vision Campus (television productions)
  • Class representative
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