Our Students

Cronkite students

The Cronkite School attracts students from around the world who are seeking a world-class journalism education. More than half of the students in the most recent freshman undergraduate class came from outside Arizona and more than 37 percent are students of color.

Humphrey Fellows at Cronkite

Humphrey Fellows 2019-2020




Mona Abdel-Moneim Aly, Egypt

Cronkite News

NEW PAGE: WE WILL INPUT COPY FOR 1 PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM. CRONKITE WILL INPUT THE REST.

Needs copy

 

International Students

ASU is home to a vibrant community of students from more than 150 countries around the world. The Cronkite School has welcomed international journalism students from many countries, including China, India, Korea, Malaysia and Mexico. As one of the nation’s top journalism programs, Cronkite has high admission standards for students entering its graduate and undergraduate journalism degree programs.

Undergraduate International Students

Undergraduate Requirements

This is currently one page on the current site, I believe we are waiting for Liz to give us content for each individual page, chris, you'll have to ask Liz for that content.

Cronkite Faculty and Leadership

The Cronkite School’s faculty consists of award-winning professional journalists and communicators and world-class media scholars.

Students learn from leading journalists such as former Washington Post Executive Editor Leonard Downie Jr., former BET Vice President Retha Hill, digital media leader Dan Gillmor, former Sacramento Bee Executive Editor Rick Rodriguez, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter and editor Jacquee Petchel, Pulitzer-Prize winning reporter Steve Doig  and former Knight Foundation journalism innovator Eric Newton.

Contact the Cronkite School

Main email: cronkiteinfo@asu.edu

Main phone: 602.496.5555

Fax: 602.496.7041

Advising (current students): 602.496.5055

Admissions (freshmen): sincorva@asu.edu

Admissions (transfer): brad.longwell@asu.edu

Admissions (grad students): aric.johnson@asu.edu 

About the Cronkite School

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is widely recognized as one of the nation’s premier professional journalism programs. Rooted in the time-honored values that characterize its namesake — accuracy, responsibility, objectivity, integrity — the school fosters journalistic excellence and ethics among students as they master the professional skills they need to succeed in the digital media world of today and tomorrow.

Pages