Al Stavitsky, Dean
301 Reynolds School of Journalism
The objective of the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism is to help students acquire the combination of general education and journalistic skills that will enable them to pursue inquiry intelligently, treat issues fairly and communicate facts clearly.
The successful practice of these skills demands competence in writing and understanding of government, economy and society.
Students may prepare for a career as a high school journalism teacher by taking a combination of courses in journalism and education. This program is offered by the university’s College of Education.
The Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism is accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications. Accreditation was first granted in 1970.