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Generations of Jayhawk media innovators are making their mark around the globe in journalism, communications and marketing. Come be the next.

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Transforming today's students into tomorrow's leaders, creators, thinkers and agents of change

Through experiential learning pathways, our graduates are educated, ethical
and enlightened communicators forging the future of the media industry

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Tailor your degree to one or more "concentration" areas to specialize in. And learn more about our Media Arts & Production option starting Fall 2022!
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Yes, this year the J-School awarded more than $860,000 in scholarships to students. Learn how we help students navigate tuition, get scholarships and financial aid, and hear what our students say about how J-School scholarships helped them succeed.

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Schedule a visit to check out the recent $5 million renovation of our historic building on Jayhawk Boulevard and meet our amazing faculty, staff and students. You also can schedule an in-person or Zoom appointment with one of our recruiters. E-mail or call 785-864-7620.
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You can start right away with our sports media opportunities in reporting, play by play, multimedia, marketing, production or public relations. Our students have worked with professionals at ESPN,, the Kansas City Chiefs, The Washington Post, KU Athletics and local media outlets.
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We have amazing opportunities for students interested in news but also marketing, public relations, social media, video and advertising. The University Daily Kansan, The Agency, KUJH-TV, Media Crossroads, Ad Club and PRSSA allow students to immerse themselves in every facet of the media industry.

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Journalism Student leads growing KU Swift Society

Senior KU School of Journalism student Alexis Greenberg is the founder of the KU Swift Society. It's one of KU's newest clubs and quickly growing in popularity.

Recent News

KU alums among KAB Station Excellence Award winners

The Kansas Association of Broadcasters (KAB) Station Excellence Award winners were recently announced, and alums of the University of Kansas School of Journalism and Mass Communications account for 29 of the awards handed out. There were 785 entries into the contest this year. 

25 Faculty and Students Present at 2023 AEJMC Conference

Twenty-five faculty and graduate/undergraduate students from the William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications are presenting their research studies and creative projects at the 106th annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC

Study finds only about half of AI-generated ads are labeled as such

A study by Assistant Professor Vaibhav Diwanji analyzed more than 1,000 AI-generated ads from across the web and found that they are only labeled as ads about half the time — and that they intentionally appeal to consumers in positive ways to influence them.

Students felt more engaged by augmented reality but learned less than those viewing video, study finds

A study by Associate Professor Mugur Geana found that an augmented reality lesson scored highly among users, who reported that they felt more engaged with the content than from a video lesson. However, objective data showed that those who interacted with the AR model learned less than those who…

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