The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is rooted in excellence, integrity and innovation — the hallmark values of its legendary namesake, former CBS news anchor Walter Cronkite.
During the last two decades, the Cronkite School has grown into a journalism education powerhouse, as it has become one of the nation’s most respected and honored journalism programs. With more than 1,600 students, it is also one of the largest journalism schools in the country.
The vision for the Cronkite School is simple: To take this excellent journalism school and make it the best professional journalism school in the country.
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While state funding and tuition cover a good portion of the costs of the Cronkite School’s current curriculum and staffing, it is private philanthropy that makes the school stand out above other top journalism programs in the nation. And it is private philanthropy that will enable the Cronkite School to accomplish its vision to become the best journalism school in the American West. Donations from the school’s alumni and friends enable the Cronkite School to provide its students with:
Director of Development, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism
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