Points of Pride​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

​Here are just a few of the activities that you could enjoy as a student in one of UF’s communication programs:​


PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America)

PRSSA is a student-run PR agency, where students build skills, learn leadership abilities and network. Working with real clients on real campaigns, PRSSA designs and executes public relations plans for clients on and off the UF campus. We are proud to say that this student organization has earned two national Teahan awards for chapter development and community service.



The University of Findlay operates three separate television channels in the area, and UFTV produces programming and entertainment that is distributed via Time Warner Cable. Students work in front of the camera, behind the scenes and at master control for live events.



WLFC-FM, 88.3, is The University of Findlay’s radio station. Covering all or part of 14 counties in Northwest Ohio and streaming online, it features new music and UF athletics. Thousands listen to the station each week, and students have the opportunity to entertain and inform listeners by working on air or in a support position.


Each year, the Communication department invites a prominent practitioner to campus to teach and work with students. Communication students have the opportunity to learn from professionals such as Emmy Award-winning anchor Jerry Anderson and the city of Findlay's first female mayor Lydia Mihalik.


The Pulse                                                               

The Pulse  

The Pulse is the award-winning campus newspaper published by The University of Findlay students. It publishes in print and online. Students gain experience as writers, columnists, business managers and technicians.