Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism
Built in 1992, the building was named for Donald W. Reynolds, journalist and businessman, whose interest and contributions helped transform the university's journalism program from a department to a school.
The Reynolds School helps undergraduate and graduate students turn their passion for storytelling into careers in news and documentary, advertising and public relations, visual design and bilingual media. The school balances enduring values of fair and ethical communication with emerging practices across multiple platforms and mobile media. Students prepare for the professional world with experiential learning in the school’s own production centers and agencies as well as with its media partners and go on to make a difference in their communities and across the world through the stories they tell and the causes they support.
The Reynolds School is one of 110 full-accredited U.S. journalism and mass communication programs. Our faculty members include endowed chairs in media technology, media entrepreneurship, business journalism and media ethics.
1664 N. Virginia St.