Located in the historic Arts and Sciences Hall, the School of Communication’s main office, classrooms, and computer labs offer hands-on experiences with the latest industry tools. We are a leader in many areas such as: convergence journalism, service-learning courses, instructional communication, conflict mediation, and American Democracy Project outreach.
Our faculty annually win college and university awards for their teaching and research, publish in major academic journals, and author acclaimed books.
Journalism and media communication students produce a weekly news program from the studios of UNO Television and work on-air and behind the scenes at MavRadio, our student-run radio station.
The public relations and advertising capstone classes operate as an agency under the banner of Capstone Communication providing public relations and promotional services for non-profit clients on a pro-bono basis. The journalism and media communication capstone classes produce The Omaha News.
The College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media offers graduate certificates with options in:
The College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media offers more than $300,000 in scholarships each year.
Our Campus. Otherwise Known as Omaha.
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