Our students get real-world experience working with faculty in small laboratory classes in Gregory Hall and Richmond Teaching Studio that are, in effect, working newsrooms. The stories they produce are broadcast on UI-7, the public access, educational cable TV channel operated by the University, and by Illinois Public Media, the public radio and television outlet arm of the College of Media. Stories are routinely published in The Daily Illini, the independent student newspaper at the University; The News-Gazette, the local newspaper serving the Champaign-Urbana community; and CU-CitizenAccess, the Journalism Department’s award-winning community online news and information project devoted to investigative and enterprise coverage of social, justice and economic issues.
- For more about the undergraduate curriculum and details about courses, visit the course catalog.
- To apply for admission to the University of Illinois Department of Journalism, visit Admissions.
- See Journalism’s retention and graduation rates here.
For more information about admission as a freshman or off-campus transfer student, please visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
If you are interested in transferring to the Journalism program from another University of Illinois major, please visit the Intercollegiate Transfer (ICT) information page for the transfer requirements.