- The College of Communication was established in 2010. It incorporates the Graduate Institute of Mass Communication, the Department of Journalism & Communication Studies, the Department of Communication Arts, Department of Advertising and Public Relations, the Postgraduate School of Mass Communication, the Media and Instructional Resources Center, as well as the internship radio station "Voice of Fu Jen Catholic University."
- Fu Jen University has 40 years of history teaching in communication studies, and raising education-minded media talent who possess both holistic educational concepts and professional discipline for the purpose of education.
- Currently our department caters to 1,200 students, and each year we recruit roughly 300 undergraduate students, and 40 graduate students. Over the years we have seen over 10,000 graduate alumni go on to be successful in areas such as the newspaper industry, periodicals, broadcasting, advertising, movies, multimedia, advertising, marketing, public relations, and academic research.
|1971||The Department of Mass Communication was founded, with journalism, radio and television, and advertising as its focus.|
|1972||The construction of Tonelli Hall was completed.|
The Department of Mass Communication was also founded in the Evening Division.
|1981||The Department of Mass Communication doubled the number of student admission, which was divided into two classes.|
|1982||The Department of Mass Communication activated two tracks of education: Class A concentrates on journalism, magazine, radio, and drama while Class B on television, movie, advertising, and photography.|
|1983||The Graduate Institute of Mass Communication was founded.|
|1984||The Department of Mass Communication was divided into 3 groups: Literal Communication, Image Communication, and Advertising & Public Relations.|
|1986||The 3 groups were re-named as Journalism, Radio & Television, and Advertising.|
|1995||The Radio & Television group was officially elevated to today’s Department of Communication Arts.|
|1997||The groups of Journalism and Advertising were respectively elevated to today’s Department of Journalism & Communication Studies and Department of Advertising & Public Relations.|
|1997||The Media and Instructional Resources Center was founded.|
|2001||Voice of Fu Jen Catholic University, an experimental radio station, was established.|
|2006||The Graduate Institute of Mass Communication offered an on-the-job training program.The Department of Mass Communication in the Extension Education Division doubled its number of student admission, which was divided into two classes.|
|2010||The College of Communication was founded.The Department of Mass Communication in the Extension Education Division was transformed into the Bachelor Program of Mass Communication.|
|2017||International Research & Development Center of the College of Communication is established|