As an MSU School of Journalism student, you have many opportunities to enhance your academic experience, including scholarships, awards, internships and study abroad opportunities. Whether you join a student group or team up with faculty on research, you can be an active contributor to the ground-breaking work we do every day in ComArtSci.
Michigan State's School of Journalism and the College of Communication Arts and Sciences offers journalism scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students. About 230 Journalism students receive scholarships from the School of Journalism, the College of Communication Arts and Sciences and Michigan State University. Journalism scholarships are available for undergraduate and graduate students, and range from $1,000 to a full year of tuition.
Congratulations to J-School student Ariana Taylor, who starts an internship today at The Detroit News. However, she just wasn't content waiting until her starting date to make her presence felt. Ariana had the lead story in Saturday’s edition (pictured below), with her front page byline on the Kathie Klages trial.Read more