At a Glance
- A community for students in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications
- Students live in South Tower
- Opportunities to give you a headstart for pursuing a career in media
What Makes This Community Different
Students in this community have access to opportunities that will improve their experience at Carolina and prepare them for their careers after graduation.
- Participate in unique networking and professional development opportunities to help you land internships and start your career.
- Go on visits to local media companies and news stations for a behind-the-scenes look at the industry.
- Have dinner with the Dean of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications.
Take Classes With Your Peers
Journalism and Mass Communications Community students can take classes called linked courses with the peers who live around them and share their interests.
- JOUR 101: Media & Society
- STAT 201: Elementary Statistics
Why Linked Courses
Research shows students who take courses within their learning community are more likely to take ownership of their academic career and be more engaged with their community.
These are smaller learning communities within residence halls focused on an area of study or student interest. Students in these communities will meet others who share their interests, and have unique opportunities to pursue those interests outside of the classroom.
Linked Course Community
These are academically focused communities where students live near each other and take major classes together. This helps students connect with others who have similar interests, gives them an opportunity to form relationships outside the classroom and gives them access to academic support when they need it.