Help the School of Journalism and New Media Grow

With a proud tradition of journalistic excellence now partnered with our innovative integrated marketing communications program, we offer experiential learning at its best. Our graduates go on to excel in all areas of the media and communication world and beyond.

Four ways to partner with our school

Invest in Experiences

Support Learning Opportunities

Media and communications careers require graduates to show their work. To build the best portfolios possible, we are committed to offering hands-on experiences in our student media outlets, partnering with clients, through travel-oriented course work and by supporting opportunities for students to accept internships and fellowships in the professional world.

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Lead the Way

Scholarship Support

Scholarships can transform lives. Even with competitive tuition rates, affording college can be a challenge for many of our students and their families. Your support enables the next generation of journalists and integrated marketing communications practitioners to fulfill their potential and to better our world. Help us to enable all of our top prospects to pursue their dreams.

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Props to Our Professors

Faculty Support

There has never been a more important time for dedicated professors to guide and lead students into the future. The scholars and practitioners who make up our faculty not only develop and share new knowledge, they also fuel a love of learning in our graduates. An investment in our faculty is an investment in our students’ and our society’s future.

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Expand Our Impact

Building Campaign

Farley Hall, the Gale S. Denley Student Media Center and the Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics are hubs for innovation, teaching and learning about journalism and integrated marketing communications -- but we’ve outgrown our space. To keep the programs strong, we need more places to collaborate on projects, to produce high-quality content and to explore what’s possible in the ever-changing media environment.

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