Enrollment

The Registrar's Office has e-mailed you information about enrolling for summer and fall 2013 (see below), and the summer and fall timetable is now online.

1. Journalism courses that require "instructor permission"
The following journalism classes require instructor permission codes: Jour 288, 488, 506, 507, 508, 693. **Contact the Advising Office for instructions on how to obtain permission from the instructor teaching the course.  DO NOT contact the instructor.**

2. Grad checks for students graduating in May, August or December 2013
If you plan to graduate in May, August or December 2013 and HAVE NOT ALREADY had a grad check, please make an appointment with the Journalism Advising and Records Office to complete required graduation forms and have a graduation check. You must apply and have a grad check in order for your name to be on the official commencement list.

3. NOTE FOR STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION MAJORS GRADUATING IN MAY 2013
(If you are a news and information major, you may disregard this.) 
If you plan to take Jour 640, Strategic Campaigns, in spring 2013, please be sure you are enrolled in (or have completed) the three prerequisites:

Jour 560 pr 435 - Message Development, Jour 320 and 420 or 
Jour 513 - Principles of Advertising and Jour 523 - Principles of Public Relations
, Jour 460 or 568 - Marketing and Media Research
 These prerequisites must be completed before Campaigns. Concurrent enrollment is not allowed.

4. Note about the BUSINESS MINOR
Journalism students may now fulfill their area distribution requirement with the business minor.  Please see a J-School advisor with questions.

5. Mandatory Advising
New journalism students who have not yet been advised must attend an advising appointment before enrolling for the spring semester. Please reserve a time to meet with an adviser by following these instructions:
• Come prepared to discuss your area distribution requirement and any study abroad plans you may have.
• Find out more about your holds.
• Use the gpa calculator to predict how you might do this semester.

6. If you have questions about your spring schedule or your remaining requirements, please make an appointment online with a Journalism Advisor.

 


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Explore careers, internships & jobs

The Journalism Career Center helps J-School students explore their career options and find internships and jobs. Patty Noland, the J-School's Career Development Coordinator, is ready to help you at any stage in your college career—whether you're just beginning to explore the possibilities or you're ready to enter the job market. Schedule an appointment today!

71 percent of classes have 30 or fewer students
Journalism students graduate with portfolios of work created for professional clients
The Journalism Career Center helps students discover internships, jobs and careers
The journalism school's new minimester allows students to complete a class online between semesters
The school launched its journalism Ph.D. program in 2012
One of 34 U.S. public institutions in the prestigious Association of American Universities
26 prestigious Rhodes Scholars — more than all other Kansas colleges combined