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Student Organizations

Become a part of the future of media and communications with the J-School's various student organizations.

Gain Real Media Experience on Campus and Beyond

Students meet others with similar interests and make connections while working on projects they're passionate about. The possibilities for career exploration are endless with opportunities in public relations, reporting, photography, advertising, videography and more. Students also have opportunities to enter regional and national competitions to put their skills to the test. Projects from all student organizations are viewed by the KU and wider Lawrence community, with some being recognized nationally.

Regardless of your interests, the J-School has a place for you to explore the future of media.

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The University Daily Kansan

Jump into the newsroom of a leading college newspaper with the University Daily Kansan.

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The Agency

Present next-level ideas and work with clients across the country with The Agency.

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Report on the KU community in front of or behind the camera with KUJH-TV.

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Media Crossroads

Create the video programming that you want to see with Media Crossroads.

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The Eudora Times

Report on the nearby town of Eudora and gain real-world experience with The Eudora Times.

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"It's a great opportunity to give students an option to cover just smaller towns and give voices to people like that. You know, these stories might not be told if there aren't a bunch of students covering these."

Chris Fortune
The Eudora Times sports editor & religion editor

Student Clubs

Explore career paths, make industry connections and get involved in the J-School community with student clubs.