Communication & Fine Arts
Welcome From the Dean
“If a man were permitted to make all the ballads, he need not care who should make the laws of a nation.”- Andrew Fletcher
The CCFA houses 3 schools: The School of the Arts, The School of Communication, and The Cline School of Music.
In these schools, you will find dedicated, passionate artist-scholars. You will be taught by a faculty committed to you and your craft.
- Theatre students will find Dale Savidge, who founded “Christians in Theatre Arts.”
- Music students will learn from Steinway Artist Fabio Parrrini and Yamaha Artist Christopher Davis.
- Visual artists will be taught exclusively by practicing artists whose work is shown worldwide.
- And communication majors will meet Dr. Shur Gopal, a Fulbright Scholar!
This is but a small sampling of the over two dozen faculty awaiting the privilege of joining you as you take the next steps in your journey! They will challenge you; they will mentor you; they will love you.
While at NGU, you will be given every opportunity to hone your craft.
- Music students can participate in many instrumental ensembles, including Brass, Woodwind, Guitar, and Percussion. You could choose to join the Marching Band, the Concert Band, or the Orchestra. If singing is your gift, there are the NGU Singers, Concert Choir and Contemporary Christian Ensemble.
- Communication students are given a range of opportunities. The Vibe broadcasts in FM 24-hours a day! The Vision Magazine and Online give writers, photographers and designers the chance to showcase their work. Broadcasters, both on camera and in production, are involved with VisionTV as well as broadcasting a variety of NGU athletic events.
- Theatre students can be involved in any or all of the four mainstage shows each year. Or you could tour with Act II, the department’s traveling ministry troupe. Festivals, national auditions, and applied Theatre opportunities occur throughout the year.
- NGU visual artists show and compete in a wide variety of contexts both on the NGU campus and throughout the community! You may have your work published or edit a nationally awarded art and literature magazine. Or, you could take advantage of the opportunity to take part in beautification and mission-oriented events.
The CCFA programs are designed to give you practical experience. You won’t leave NGU wondering if you have what it takes; you will leave having honed your craft and ready to join the ranks of practicing artisans!
We believe that every individual has a calling to live, a story to tell, and a passion to pursue! What’s yours?
Dean of the College of Communications & Fine Arts