Alumni and friends of the program have made it possible to provide more than three dozen annual scholarships and awards to students in the Journalism and Mass Communication program totaling $100,000. » Learn more
Participating in student clubs helps helps with contacts with professionals in the media, learning leadership skills and fully participating in the life of the program. » Learn more
Gain real-world experience by working with JMC’s award-winning student media, such as the CUI and Radio 1190. Expand your portfolio and get published in major media publications as a CU student, including the Daily Camera, Denver Post and more. » Learn more
advertising a2b is a three-week high impact certificate program designed to help you decide if advertising is right for you. It will give you the skills you need to get the job you want when you graduate. Week one mixes advertising and career-building skills. Development and execution are the second-week focus. During week three, students will work in small groups with individualized instruction. » Learn more
CU News Corps
Looking for a multimedia reporting challenge that could get your work published by the state’s major media outlets? Register for the CU News Corps, a for-credit class in which students produce news stories, multimedia projects and interactive information that’s distributed to—and often used by—Colorado and national media outlets. » Learn more
Pathways to Excellence in Journalism Summer Intensive Program
The summer intensive is a week-long bridge program that offers entering freshman from diverse communities the opportunity to prepare for journalism-related academics in an exciting, real-world environment. The students take classes from CU professors and produce their own news projects. During the week they also get help with math, science, college writing and test-taking skills. More information for this year will be available soon.