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Spring 2014 semester begins; course listings available 

Course listings for Spring 2014 courses are now online for new and continuing students. Syllabi will be posted as they become available. 

DB&H agency team wins AT&T national competition 

A team of five San Jose State University advertising and public relations students took home the grand prize at the AT&T Campus Challenge in Dallas on December 12th. Their multipart communications campaign presentation in the national competition was chosen as the best among 30 participating academic programs in the United States. To read more, click here

Spartan Daily newsroom named for Lundstrom 

Adviser and longtime journalist Mack Lundstrom honored for more than 30 years of devoted service to student reporters and editors. To see photos of the event, click here.  

JMC graduation and retention data available

In compliance with accreditation requirements, information on the graduation and retention rates of JMC students are available here.

JMC Journalism program named one of 50 best in U.S.

College Media Matters, a leading student journalism publication sponsored by the Associated College Press, includes JMC's program among elite based on innovation in the digital realm, quality campus media, professional publishing opportunities and accreditation. SJSU is one of only two California programs to make the list.


Follow the latest on what's going on in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications, from School Director Bob Rucker.

Fresh press

Director appointed, GPA policy changed at final Fall A.S. board meeting

At the final Fall semestermeeting, the Associated Students Board of Directors filled its sole remaining vacancy, lowered the board member'sGPA requirement and gave an update to the ongoing search for an executive director to replace Cheryl V

Morris Dailey closes due to sagging ceiling materials

Morris Dailey Auditorium, one of the oldest buildings on campus, has been closed for the remainder of the semester due to a structural deficiency in the ceiling. In an email sent by associate vice president Christopher Brown, the university Facilit

Student success fees face firm opposition

Students for Quality Education protested in front of the Board of Trustees Nov. 12meeting to demonstrate against the proliferation of student success fees across the CSU system. Protesters arguedagainst the perceived lack of accountability from

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