The faculty and staff of the Reynolds School of Journalism focus on providing our students with an exceptional learning experience in our classrooms, through structured extracurricular programs and as the result of extraordinary connections to the professional community.
Students get to know faculty who have years of high-level professional experience. Students learn with faculty who conduct innovative research on a variety of journalistic disciplines. Students meet and network with local and national professionals. They study historic practices, do real work and have the opportunity to experiment with emerging and innovative media products and journalistic ideas.
When our students graduate, they are in a position to compete for the best jobs and the most sought-after graduate programs.
This section of the Reynolds School of Journalism website includes information to help students along that path.
To learn more about the Reynolds School’s advising procedures click here.
There are several resources available to students looking for professional internships. All internship program information can be found here.
A total of 67 scholarships funded by 44 donors were awarded to 55 students for a total of $146,650 at the 2015 Savitt Awards Banquet. All qualified students are encouraged to log in to MyNevada and apply for scholarships beginning in November 2015. To learn more about Reynolds School scholarships click here.
The Reynolds School offers a variety of activities to its students. To learn about the School’s different student-run clubs and organizations click here.
If you’d like to discuss our undergraduate program with someone, please contact Paul Mitchell, Reynolds School recruiting and retention coordinator, at 775-784-4563.
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