• Students (from left) Tanner Clinch, Christianna Silva, Kendal Blust and Jenny Hijazi show off the J-school’s new 360-degree camera rig at the All Souls Procession. Click HERE for story.

  • With the Islamic State and other dangers, Associated Press correspondent Kathy Gannon calls it a "brutal time for journalists," after accepting the School of Journalism's Zenger Freedom of Press Award. Click here for her speech and read here about the award.

  • S.Guthrie, UA Journalism, NYC

    Nancy Sharkey's honors class, JOUR 430H Inside The New York Times, spent spring break in NYC as part of a class trip. Students chatted with UA Journalism alumna Savannah Guthrie.

    J-students, profs, hang out with alumna S. Guthrie in NYC

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Student Spotlight


Welcome to the UA School of Journalism, a nationally accredited program that focuses solely on journalism.

The School of Journalism's mission is to prepare students to face the complex challenges confronting journalists in the 21st century. In the school's computer laboratories and seminar rooms, students work on stories that appear in real-world news media, and study the political, economic, legal and ethical issues that journalists face in the global information age.


Review students wrap up website
Adjunct instructor Joe Sharkey's critical reviewing class finished Oct. 28 after publishing its... read more
Club eyes 'All Souls,' border 360-degree immersive projects
Professor Michael McKisson is asking journalists and alums for help in making immersive journalism... read more
2015 ANA awards
Alexis Bechman, a 2008 UA Journalism graduate, was named non-daily Journalist of the Year by the... read more


Contact Us


By mail
School of Journalism
P.O.Box 210158B
Tucson, AZ 85721

Physical location
Marshall Building Room 334
southwest corner of Park Avenue
and Second Street
Tel: (520) 621-7556
Fax: (520) 621-7557


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