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If you want to learn a lot, work hard and have fun doing it, the UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications is the place to come. You will get real-world experience and work with faculty at a Big Ten university who believe your story really matters. Start here and learn the skills and ideas that will take you anywhere.

Find yourself a good agency to be in because when you’re in the right agency – the right opportunity, the right people to work with – you’ll create work. It’ll make you do the work that will make you be in high demand. Kristine Johnson Evening Anchor at CBS 2

How to Apply

Start your story at the CoJMC from day one. If you’re admitted to UNL, you’re admitted to the college. To be eligible for scholarships, select your major—Advertising & Public Relations, Journalism, or Broadcasting—on the undergraduate application and submit it by the application deadline: January 15 for incoming freshmen, February 1 for current or transfer students.

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Visit the Office of Admissions website for additional details.

CoJMC students share what they are thankful for

Thankful word cloud November 20, 2017 - 11:45am

by Alli Inglebright

Students at the College of Journalism and Mass Communications have a lot to be thankful for this year. With Thanksgiving break starting Wednesday, Nov. 22, students are making plans for the three day break and thinking about what they are grateful for.

Media & Politics conference draws large crowd, sparks important conversations

Gus Hurwitz November 16, 2017 - 10:30am

by Molly Chapple

The College of Journalism and Mass Communications hosted a daylong discussion on how journalists can effectively cover the news during the Trump administration.