Student-run media and agencies, speech and debate teams, clubs, networking events—all of our programs offer you the chance to get hands-on experience outside the classroom while connecting with your classmates, professors, and industry professionals.
To help pay for your education, the College of Communication, Information, and Media and its departments provide a number of scholarships. Discover what scholarships are available and details for applying.
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We bring the industry to you. Our alumni and friends in the professional world routinely visit campus, letting you learn from their stories and experiences while connecting with people who can help you kick start a successful career.
Melissa Watson, better known as “Mel” is a 1988 alumna of the Telecommunications Department. She has worked in news since she has graduated and is cur …
Meet Terence Lightning Jr – a second-year grad student from Fort Wayne Indiana who studies photojournalism. A name like Terence Lightning beckon …
Meet Kate Elliott, lecturer of Journalism and the coordinator for the Department of Journalism’s Magazine Media concentration. She also serves as the …
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