Help the School of Journalism and New Media Grow

From writing for The Daily Mississippian, reporting for NewsWatch and Rebel Radio or selling advertising, the School of Journalism and New Media gives students the real-world experience they need to succeed in an ever-changing media industry.

Four Ways to Support the Journalism School

Establish Roots

Building Campaign

Farley Hall and the Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics are a distinguished home to journalism students and faculty, but it’s time to grow. We’re embarking on a campaign that will add two new journalism buildings to the Oxford campus. With more than 80,000-square-feet, this new construction will relocate the student media center next to Farley Hall, house a student-run advertising agency, create space for a focus group room, and add much-needed classroom space.

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Nurture Strong Leadership

Faculty Support

Dedicated professors define the university’s academic reputation. The influence they wield is indisputable – and invaluable. The scholars who make up our faculty not only share their vast knowledge with our students, they also fuel a love of learning, and expand understanding of the world. They ignite passion for public service. In short, they create leaders. An investment in our faculty is an investment in our students, and subsequently in our academic reputation.

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Grow the Ole Miss Family

Scholarship Support

Simply put, scholarships transform lives. Even with competitive tuition rates, it still can be challenging for many Ole Miss students and families to pay for college. Your support enables the next generation of journalists, writers, innovators, entrepreneurs, civic leaders, and public servants to fulfill their potential and make a difference in our state and beyond.

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Support Real-World Solutions

Student Experiences and Internships

Working in journalism requires a strong sense of place and a large world view. Our faculty believes in hands-on experiences for students, achieved through student-run media outlets; travel; and seeking internships to explore issues and hone reporting skills.

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