Join our two-week Pre-College Summer Sports Broadcast Program designed for high school students from June 26 to July 9. Learn the basics of sports broadcasting in our state-of-the-art broadcast studio. This hands-on experience that will prepare the journalists of tomorrow with the skills that are essential for the jobs of today.

During the spring semester, students in our Advanced Podcasting class with Assistant Professor Kelsey Whipple published the first season of their own podcast series titled "It Happened in Amherst." Listen to all eight episodes created by the group of talented students.

In keeping with our tradition, we hosted a Senior Brunch for the Class of 2022. It's a special time when faculty and staff get to celebrate with graduating seniors and meet their families. Take a look at our Facebook album to view all the wonderful pictures.

Learn more about what the Journalism Department's Sports Journalism Concentration offers students in this Q&A with current SJC Director Steve Fox and incoming Director Greeley Kyle.

The inaugural class of PR concentration seniors will graduate from the UMass Amherst Journalism Department on May 13, 2022. Learn more about the PR concentration from members of the first class of graduating seniors.

"We draw on proud journalistic traditions so our students can tell the stories of our community bravely, ethically and creatively."

Brian McDermott, Department Chair

Read the Monday Memo to keep up with the latest from the Journalism Department.

Tours of the Journalism Department are offered Monday through Thursday. To request a tour, fill out this form.

Journalism Department
S414 Integrative Learning Center
650 North Pleasant Street
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003