Intra-University Transfer (IUT) into JMC
Current CU students who wish learn more about the Journalism and Mass Communication program can attend one of the following informational meetings. The meeting will cover application requirements, degree requirements, and other program information.
Fall 2014 Journalism & Mass Communication Informational Meetings
All meetings will be held in the Armory Building.
|Date||Time||Armory Room Number|
|Sept. 10||10 a.m.||1B42|
|Sept. 16||11:30 a.m.||1B01|
|Sept. 24||4 p.m.||1B01|
|Oct. 2||3:30 p.m.||1B42|
|Oct. 7||1 p.m.||1B42|
|Oct. 14||11 a.m.||1B42|
|Oct. 22||10 a.m.||1B01|
|Nov. 5||9:30 a.m.||1B01|
|Nov. 13||4 p.m.||1B42|
|Nov. 18||11 a.m.||1B01|
|Dec. 3||11 a.m.||1B01|
|Dec. 9||12 p.m.||1B42|
Applications for Spring 2015 Admission
The deadline for Spring 2015 admission to the Journalism & Mass Communication program is October 1, 2014 at 5 p.m. Applications are available in Armory 116 and should be turned in to the Student Resource Center, Armory 1B11. Indicate desired sequence (advertising, broadcast production, broadcast news, media studies OR news-editorial) on the application. Jeanne Brown and Susan Avila will visit JOUR 2601 and JOUR 2403 classes in September to answer questions about applying to the program.
Registration for Spring 2015 will begin on November 3. Current CU-Boulder students will received an e-mail from the Registrar’s office in October telling them how to access their registration dates and times.
The journalism academic advisers are Susan Avila, Jeanne Brown and Stephen Jones. Contact them at Prejournalism@Colorado.edu.
Getting Media Experience
JMC students not yet eligible for internship credit (haven’t taken pre-reqs) are encouraged to get involved in campus media and work with partners who will host them even before they’re credit-eligible.
JMC students can also do an internship when they’re not yet eligible for JMC credit. See Career Services for more information.