Book an online appointment with advisors Beth Wallace (last names L-Z) and John Ciampa (last names A-K) and leave a comment indicating if you would like to Zoom or phone.
Learn more about the Journalism Department's new Public Relations Concentration.
Apply today for $22,000 worth of scholarship and internship awards for journalism majors.
Find department-specific answers about spring semester changes.
Fall 2020 course registration starts on April 8 and 9 for rising seniors, April 15 and 16 for rising juniors, April 22 and 23 for sophomores, and April 24 for first year students. View the Journalism course list for Fall 2020, as a few class times and locations have changed. Register on SPIRE to confirm final times and locations.
Interested in Public Relations? As a Journalism major, you will now have the option to earn a concentration in Public Relations starting in Fall 2020. Learn more about the courses required for earning a PR concentration and how you'll develop skills designed to prepare you for a professional career.
The Journalism Department has $22,000 in scholarships and internship awards available, and applications are now being accepted. To see which internship awards and scholarships you qualify for, log into Academic Works. The deadline to apply is early April, so get started now.
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