- Want to visit NESCom but haven't been able to join us for an open house? Sign up for the upcoming Discover Husson day on August 1st!
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- Signs of summer at NESCom: stacks of new computers for the new WCC 306 lab.
- Students: Be sure to check your husson.edu email address to see if important info has been requested.
- Before he was Public Information Officer for the Bangor Maine Police Department and featured on NPR's Morning Edition this morning, Tim Cotton was a member of our first graduating class in 1983.
Hear Tim's feature on NPR Morning Edition: http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=328373967&m=328373968
- Yesterday at the Darling's Waterfront Pavilion, 2013 NESCom Live Sound Technology grad Richard Burke returned to Bangor. Richard works for Clair Global and is out on tour with Boston & Cheap Trick.
- 2014 grad Amber Abbotoni reppin' #NESComPride in Fernando De Noronha, Brazil.
- NESCom Audio Engineering alum Josh Wilbur is working with yet another well known band.
ALL THAT REMAINS In Pre-Production For New Album With Producer JOSH WILBUR
Massachusetts metallers ALL THAT REMAINS have commenced pre-production on their new album with producer Josh Wilbur, who has previously worked with LAMB OF GOD and GOJIRA. The as-yet-untitled follo...
- Congratulations to NESCom's own Brandon Aull, better known as B.Aull. He's been added as an opener to the Snoop Dogg show at the Portland Expo on July 10th.
- Incoming New England School of Communications students flocked to the Husson University campus to find their way and meet faculty and staff.
Summer Orientation 2014
Incoming New England School of Communications students flocked to the @[123365091054066:274:Husson University] campus to find their way and meet faculty and staff.
Academics are but part of your college experience, but it is the part that can determine your success or failure as a student. Higher Education demands a serious commitment on your part. Hard work, determination, and organization will decide how much you get out of this kind of experience. The staff and faculty of the New England School of Communication will be here to help you. They are some of the most knowledgeable people in the communication business and are willing to speak with you anytime in or outside the classroom and lab. Communication will become your business here and it will be important to let people know what you’re thinking and what you want to know and learn while you are here. The time students spend at NESCom is exciting and fulfilling in every way and every effort will be made to help you reach your goals. Don’t hesitate to come in and talk with us. You have everything to gain.
-Ben Haskell, Academic Dean