Sydney Halliwell, graduate student in digital audience strategy at Cronkite School

Your future starts now

The possibilities for a career in storytelling are endless. Who will you become at the Cronkite School?

Launch your career in media

The Cronkite School is one of the nation’s top journalism and mass communication schools. With professional programs in digital media, broadcast news, sports reporting, media innovation, public relations, digital marketing, Spanish-language news and more, Cronkite offers hands-on learning experiences and access to competitive internships and opportunities from day one.

020-2021 Shaufler Prize in Journalism

2023 Shaufler Prize in Journalism winners announced

Hannah Dreier of the New York Times has been awarded first place in the 2023 Shaufler Prize in Journalism.

Elira Çanga

Former Humphrey Fellow returns to Cronkite to attain doctorate degree

Elira Canga is pursuing her Ph.D. at the Cronkite School with a focus on political and health communication.

BEA Festival

Cronkite students garner 23 awards in BEA Festival of Media Arts competition

The Cronkite School took 23 awards, including five first place finishes, at the 2024 Broadcast Education Association’s (BEA) Festival of Media Arts contest.

Areas of study

Journalism that drives change

Spanning three major cities, our award-winning newsrooms produce TV news that reaches more than 1 million Arizonans each day, and digital news published on trusted media sites nationwide.

Sports beyond the games

Cronkite students cover Phoenix’s five major professional athletic teams, collegiate sports, the Cactus League, esports, and the issues that impact athletes, teams and fans.

Two students work together to set up a camera.

Smart, strategic communication

In immersive programs specializing in public relations, digital marketing and media innovation, Cronkite students create real campaigns for real clients, driving real impact.

Cronkite taught me to hold leaders accountable, and I look forward to continuing that work in Texas. Every community deserves to have a voice.

Jordan Elder (’20) Reporter, News 4 San Antonio/KABB FOX 29
Fog of War

The Fog of War

Tuesday, March 5, 5:30 – 7 p.m.
Galvanize Amphitheater
CronkiteLIVE

CronkiteLIVE: Former Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron discusses his book “Collision of Power”

Monday, March 11, 5 – 6:15 p.m.
First Amendment Forum

Life Journey: The Epidemic of Gender Inequities Around the Globe

Thursday, March 14 at 5:30 p.m.
First Amendment Forum