Graphic Communication is always bustling with things to do and people to see, but sometimes its hard to find your niche or a way to jump into the action. Feel free to take a little time here to look at some of the clubs and other services that can help you either establish your footing here in GrC, or help you find your calling.

Media and Communication Research Initiative

A program designed to provide financial support and encouragement for students who plan to present original class research projects at academic conferences. In this program, students will have the opportunity to work closely with a faculty mentor throughout the process of submitting a research paper and preparing a presentation at an academic conference.

Mat Pica Pi (MPP)

Join Mat Pica Pi, a social/service club built on the premise of meeting other GrCer's and getting more familiar with our department.

Phoenix Challenge 

The Phoenix Challenge team focuses on a year-long branding and packaging refresh for a local business or event and presents their findings in Kansas City during Spring Quarter competing against other colleges and universities at the FTA Forum.Interested to competing against other Universities on a Packaging Graphics competition? Apply HERE 

Camp Polyhacks

Annual, student-run hackathon. Participants compete to develop and design websites and mobile apps to solve civic-based issues alongside community members.

Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA)

Yearning to get out there and partake in industry tours, listen to guest speakers, do workshops, and attend social events that enhance their educational experience, give TAGA a shot.

Shakespeare Press Museum

Curious in the age old practice of setting type and working with letterpress equipment? Shakespeare Press Museum can help ignite your passion for printing.

University Graphic Systems (UGS)

Trying to find a senior project to get you involved? UGS may be the perfect blend of individualized focus and teamwork that you're looking for.

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