The Richland College Speech Communication Program enables students to develop their communication skills and understand how those skills help them achieve their communication objectives.

As teachers of speech communication, we want to help you improve your skills in interpersonal, group and public communication. Our classes will also address listening skills, conflict-resolution, and self-concept. Communication skills directly affect the quality of our lives; they contribute to successful relationships and help us succeed in careers. You can improve your communication skills and replace speaking apprehension with confident communication in a speech communication course.

Would you like to:

  • ask your boss for a raise?
  • ask your neighbor to stop his dog from barking?
  • ask questions in class?
  • tell your supervisor you cannot work overtime?
  • return your defective stereo to the store?
  • deliver a well organized effective speech without stammering or shaking?
  • impress your co-workers with your ability to communicate clearly?
  • understand how cultural and gender differences impact communication?
  • take courses that transfer successfully to other colleges and universities?
  • take the course that is required for a DCCCD degree? (Answer: “Introduction to Speech Communication,” SPCH 1311)

If you answered “Yes!” to any of these questions, then a speech class is for you.

Contact Information
Lavaca Hall
Room L208
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.