College of communication, fine arts and media

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The College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media offers programs in art history, communication studies, creative writing, journalism and media communication, music education, music performance, studio art and theatre. We are united by the creative forces of imagination and communication, and our students find the right balance of academics and application to prepare them for careers in diverse fields. Whether that means teaching, creating, performing, communicating or some combination of those, CFAM graduates know their education will help them make an impact in the world. The college is committed to producing scholars, artists and professionals who share an understanding and appreciation of the arts, culture and humanity.

To improve our academic atmosphere, private support is necessary. Your gift plays a large role in maintaining and increasing the already high standards of education at UNO.

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UNO Fund – Communication, Fine Arts and Media

A gift to this fund provides general help to the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media, enabling it to lend support to areas, projects and programs of greatest need.


Cam Bexten

Director of Development, UNO College of Communications, Fine Arts and Media

Camtrice (Cam) joined the University of Nebraska Foundation team in 2018. A three-time graduate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, she holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music performance and a master’s degree in public administration with a focus on nonprofit management. Camtrice is an advocate for community engagement and loves her development role because it blends two of her passions: higher education and philanthropy.

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