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The Cronkite School attracts the very best journalism and communication students from across the country. With 1,700 students, it is also one of the nation’s largest journalism programs. Students meet high admissions standards, and more than a third of freshmen enrolled in Cronkite also are part of ASU’s prestigious Barrett, The Honors College. Additionally, more than half of the freshman class is from out of state, and nearly all first-year students are awarded university merit scholarships.
The Cronkite School is committed to providing a quality education that provides the most value for your investment and a lifetime of success. Learn more about the ways to pay for college and how to apply for financial aid.
The Cronkite School awards numerous scholarships each year to help students pay for their college education. Learn more about the Cronkite School’s scholarships as well as important eligibility requirements and application deadlines.
Current and incoming students have easy access to information about Cronkite’s degree options, professional programs and internships. All students are held to strict standards for academic integrity and social media use. Find important student resources to help start your journalism education at the Cronkite School.
Discover journalism degree options, classes, professional programs and internship opportunities offered at the Cronkite School. A representative will contact you to answer your questions and provide more information.
Tour the Cronkite School’s $71 million journalism complex, located in the heart of the nation’s sixth-largest city. During your visit, you will explore Cronkite’s state-of-the-art newsrooms and meet students and award-winning faculty members.
Start your journey by applying to the Cronkite School today. Get important information about the application process, fees and deadlines for admission into one of the top professional journalism schools in the country.