500+

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Cronkite students participate in more than 500 internships across the country every year.  

94%

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Nearly all Cronkite freshmen are awarded university merit scholarships.

$8 million

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Cronkite students receive a variety of university and college scholarships, totaling $8 million per year.

100+

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Cronkite has more than 100 full-time and associate faculty members. 

200+

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Cronkite students annually win 200-plus professional and collegiate journalism awards.

Susanne Shaw

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The Cronkite School “ranks as one of the best schools of journalism and mass communication in the United States.” — Susanne Shaw, executive director, Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Bob Schieffer

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The Cronkite School “is truly unique. There’s nothing like it in America today.” — Bob Schieffer, former host, “Face the Nation”

Journalism Innovation

journalism innovation

The Cronkite School serves as a test bed for journalism innovation for students, professional journalists and media organizations through a host of programs and initiatives.

History of the Cronkite School

The Division of Journalism was established at ASU in 1949 with 10 journalism courses. Image from the ASU Sahuaro, 1950.
The Division of Journalism was established at ASU in 1949 with 10 journalism courses. Image from the ASU Sahuaro, 1950.

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