Academic Communities - Creativity

Academic Communities bring together often-isolated elements of the student experience. It provides occasions for you to make connections between formal academic experiences and other opportunities to relate academic study to life interests and goals.

Artists, performers and writers—this community is for you! Students interested in the creative process and expression may find a home here.  


Carroll Arts Review

The Academic Community - Creativity, in conjunction with the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, will be publishing the Carroll Arts Review, a juried literary magazine and creative arts showcase, twice each year.

Layout and design of the Carroll Arts Review is part of the Publication Design, a credit course in the Computer Graphics Program, coursework. Students who complete courses in creative writing, graphic arts and visual arts may be invited to submit their work.  

For more information contact: Scott Gore at, Jody Nusholtz at or Maggie Ball at


Upcoming Events

Unity Day with Amirah Sackett 
We're Muslim, Don't Panic Movement Workshop

Tuesday, Oct. 8
noon – 1 p.m.
Great Hall

Experience a Hip-Hop dance presentation by Amirah Sackett, choreographer and dancer. Sackett challenges the assumptions people may have about women in the Muslim faith. Learn more.

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