NSCM offers academic excellence within communication, digital media, mass media and film programs that will redefine content creation, digital art, and communication for the 21st century.
The school includes programs in journalism, media production and management, advertising-public relations, communication, digital media, film and the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy.
In Fall of 2019, NSCM’s communication and digital media programs will join the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy at UCF Downtown Campus, a 21st Century learning place with access to arts, culture, nightlife and business.
We believe that our students will be better prepared for life after graduation and UCF will continue to be a national leader in higher education.
NSCM Programs Moving to UCF Downtown
NSCM advising is available to assist with the following areas:
- Major, minor, certificate – declaration, paperwork, and questions
- Class schedule and registration
- Long-range academic planning
- Study abroad planning
- Major, minor, and/or career exploration
Location: NSC 130 (Main Campus) UWCV 200 (Downtown Campus)
UCF’s Nicholson School of Communication and Media offers a wide variety of experiences and opportunities in student-led media groups, student clubs and academic societies.NSCM Student Organizations
UnionWest is UCF’s new student resident community at UCF Downtown and at Creative Village.
Apartments and suites at UnionWest are furnished and will include a personal mini fridge for each resident, high-speed Wi-Fi and utilities.
Each residential floor features a gathering space to meet up with friends or study, a laundry room and a community kitchen. A sixth-floor resident-only club room includes lounge and study areas, community activities and an outdoor patio overlooking downtown Orlando and Creative Village Central Park. Dedicated residential elevators provide high-speed access to the residential floors. UCF residents at UnionWest will have several unique, student-only benefits including earlier class registration appointments for future semesters.