The Western States Communication Association WSCA is a non-profit 501 c (3) organization. The Association's purpose is to unite people in the Western States who have an academic, lay or professional interest in communication and who want to promote their mutual educational interests. WSCA includes members from Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah,
Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska, and Hawaii as well as
from the other 37 states and other countries. We welcome anyone with
interest in communication, academic or applied.
We invite you to browse through our website to learn more about WSCA, join the Association if you are not already a member, and attend our next convention (see the "conventions" roll-out button on the left navigation bar of this website for current convention information).
Information on joining the Association, Membership Form
Information on the leadership of WSCA
Constitution and Bylaws
The Association's governing document.
Policies and Procedures Manual
Explains how the Constitution and Bylaws are put into practice.
Describes the duties of the Executive
Council, Publications Committee, and the three Association Editors with respect to the Association's publications.
Describes the Associations Awards, History, and Speeches honoring award winners.
A Brief History of the Western States Communication Association, by Malcolm O. Sillars, U of Utah
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions and answers about WSCA
Membership rates, convention fees, library subscriptions, and other rates for WSCA products and services