Student laughs and stands behind broadcast equipment in class.

The Reynolds ExperienceHigh job placements, 90% of Reynolds School students are employed within six months of graduation.

Your career in media starts here.

Employment Opportunities: A degree in journalism from The Reynolds School can equip you for a career in news, media startups, marketing, public relations, video, design and so much more. In fact, 90 percent of our graduates find employment within six months of graduation. 

Small ClassesWe offer small class sizes, the student teacher ratio is 16 to one in average labs and 24 to one in lectures. , Big Impact: Our students have the opportunity to fully engage with professors who bring many decades of professional experience to the classroom. Our professors are committed to student success, mentoring them every step of the way.

Learn On State-of-Art Equipment: The Reynolds School is home to the latest in multimedia technology thanks to a recent renovation. Approximately $7.9 million went in to the renovation, making the Reynolds School one of the most technologically advanced facilities on campus. The new technological infrastructure further strengthens the School’s ability to educate multi-platform (print, broadcast, radio, digital) professionals trained in the essentials and ethics of journalism and strategic communication.

Get Hands-On Experience: We partner with media organization and provide many opportunities for students to get publish and work on real-world projects. From our bilingual new studio, Noticiero Móvil, to our experimentation and exploration unit, The Reynolds Media Lab. We also partner with National Public Radio’s training program, Next Generation Radio, for an intensive week-long audio reporting bootcamp.

Become A World Class Storyteller: Journalism school use to be just be about working in news, the media landscape has changed so much and as a school we’ve changed too. We focus on training the next generation of great storytellers, whether they go on to work in marketing, design, traditional news outlets or something yet to be invented.

Virtual Tour

Visit the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism in virtual reality. Click the “full screen” button to use the interactive directory.

Virtual tour created by RSJ Photojournalism students.
Touch here for the phone/tablet version. Touch here for the HMD version.

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Paul Mitchell

Mitchell, Paul

Coordinator, Recruiting and Retention

Office Location: RSJ 301C Office Phone Number: (775) 784-4563 Paul Mitchell is the recruitment and retention coordinator and also teaches in the Reynolds School. In his role as recruitment and retention coordinator Paul oversees recruiting of new and transfer students and manages retention programs to ensure the academic success of Reynolds School students. Mitchell received […]