Students have the opportunity to explore the latest technology, design apps and build websites.
Take the field at the annual Red-White Spring Game to experience what it’s like to be a sports communication professional.
Mosaic Multimedia Class
Mosaic is a multi-media class that focuses on the Lincoln refugee community, covering refugees’ issues and helping them communicate with each other.
2012 and 2014 classes visited Japan to study visual culture.
CoJMC students can work as fellows in the Omaha World-Herald’s Lincoln bureau and participate in a variety of other fellowships and internships across the nation.
Awards and Competitions
The 2012 CoJMC team took first place in the National Student Advertising Competition and our teams have gone to nationals four years in a row.
At Jacht, students learn the ins and outs of running an advertising agency by handling the accounts of a variety of real-life clients.
Make instant friends by joining our learning community. Learning Communities are groups of students with a shared academic interest and/or experience.
A $2 million endowment sends students to places like Ethiopia and other developing nations to tell multimedia stories of people in great need.
Star City News
Practice your skills and use the same technology that professional broadcasters use in the live Star City News broadcasts.
Native American women have been the focus of two depth reports by CoJMC students.
Nebraska News Service
Student reporters cover the Nebraska Legislature and state government and write stories for more than 100 Nebraska news outlets.
Fox Sports U
Put your skills to the test in a national client pitch. Fox Sports U will give you a real-world taste of the sports industry
National Student Advertising Competition
Join the college’s NSAC team or cheer them on as they put together an entire campaign and compete for national recognition.
CoJMC students call a Husker game from the press box in Memorial Stadium.
Start with one of these opportunities and see where it takes you.
Besides what you learn in your classes, the college gives you a pile of extra opportunities to choose from. You can win national awards, go with your classmates on trips to meet the pros and practice your communications skills while helping people in need.