Why KU Journalism?

Jayhawk Journalists have been telling great stories for more than 100 years. At the William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communication, students work with award-winning teachers and nationally recognized student media outlets. The J-School community develops writing, research, critical thinking, and communication skills that help our students succeed at KU and after. Learn more about what we do.


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785-864-4768 


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Last day of classes
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Aug 14
KU Transfer Orientation
07:30 am
Aug 24
New J-School Student Welcome
03:00 pm
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71 percent of classes have 30 or fewer students
New student strategic communication agency begins in fall 2014
83 percent of 2013 journalism graduates were employed full time six months after graduating
Our integrated marketing communications master’s program is the only nationally accredited one of its kind in the region
32 percent of journalism students graduate with one internship; 55 percent graduate with two or more internships
Journalism students graduate with portfolios of work created for professional clients
International journalism study abroad internships in Dublin, London, Madrid, Sydney and Shanghai