Red Letter Day dates:
• October 19
• October 22
• October 26
• October 29
• November 2
• November 9
• November 16
• November 30
• January 14
• January 25
• February 15
• February 18
• March 15
• April 12
- Program Fee is $10/person. (Sorry, no refunds on program fees.)
Learn about all the amazing opportunities you'll get at as a student at the College of Journalism and Mass Communications during Red Letter Days.
At the morning information fair, you'll be able to talk with students and faculty representing the CoJMC's many student organizations and learning opportunities—from study abroad to the prestigious News21 program.
During the academic session, our award-winning faculty will explain our courses and discuss our internship placement program and job opportunities. And during a panel discussion, you'll hear from some of our awesome students.
You'll also get a tour of Andersen Hall, which boasts a radio station, two television studios, a large newsroom and a state-of-the-art multimedia lab.
Whether it's advertising, public relations, design, editing, sports journalism, photojournalism, news reporting and writing—we've got the perfect academic track for you.
Josh Peterson, Allie Bush, Kyle Stebbins and Christina Fraser talk about their experiences, the opportunities, the friends and skills they learned at the College of Journalism and Mass Communications.
Senior advertising major Molly Zerener came from a small town and found that small town feel at the UNL College of Journalism where she gets lots of personal attention from each of the faculty.
Sophomore Asha Anchan says you need to be versatile - do video, write, and take photographs - because there are a lot of different ways to tell a story.
Senior news and history major Brady Jones worked at The Daily Nebraskan, UNL's student newspaper, and participated in a college depth report project that took him to Bolivia.
Josh Peterson says his favorite thing at college is hosting a radio show. He's confident he'll find a job because of the experience he got here at UNL.