Hussman School of Journalism and Media | GiveUNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media | GiveUNC

Hussman School of Journalism and Media

Gifts Dollars
Make A Gift To Hussman School of Journalism and Media
Recent Donors

    Maximize Your Impact


    Ann Schmitt, our graduate program coordinator, misses having our @UNCHussman grad students stop by her office. She sent this note for them to celebrate Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week:

    Virtual Usage & Grammar Test
    📅 Thursday, April 9
    ⏰ 4:30–5:30 p.m.
    💻 Zoom
    For resources and to learn more about the U&G Test:

    Since the day I turned 1, I slow-danced with my Dad each birthday. After the party, or dinner or whatever that birthday brought, that evening he would be waiting in the living room with Bob Carlisle’s “Butterfly Kisses” cued up.

    It's [virtual] Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week!

    Students, our @UNCHussman faculty and staff recognize your dedication and excellent work more than ever during this challenging time. We're saying hi and wishing you the best from our various homes to yours.

    ATTENTION STUDENTS: It's time! Registration for Fall 2020 classes begins TODAY, Monday, April 6. Hussman Academic Advising is available virtually to assist with any questions. Email or visit

    Students met @AdCouncil’s Catherine Chao ’07 via #Zoom recently in Lou Killefer's ”Advertising in the Age of Alexa” class. Chao outlined #COVID19 digital strategies and charting her career path (@UNCHussman + @UNCpublichealth) to land her dream job. Read

    TAR HEELS: A good overview of where we are as a university from Chancellor @KevinGuskiewicz, to start your week. Get useful resources. Hear about compelling research happening right here at Carolina. And visit with Charlie the dog, who makes a brief cameo.

    Load More...


    With 110 years of exceptional education in journalism and media, the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media proudly prepares students to ignite the public conversation in our state, the nation and the world, and to understand the role of communication in fostering democracy. Our faculty members are international thought leaders whose scholarly and creative activities are visible and respected in the public realm. One hundred percent of our undergraduates are employed or seeking further education within a year of graduation, and our dedicated alumni network is 17,800 strong.

    Share This Campaign