Students at the University of Montana School of Journalism don't just learn about good journalism. They do good journalism every day -- building skills that translate into any field -- business, media, social justice, you name it. Here's why our students get jobs and change their communities, and the world, when they leave here:
Every semester, students in the journalism school get out of the classroom and create professional-quality (and often professionally published) projects in photography, online and social media, magazines, radio and audio, TV, documentary films, newspapers, podcasting and graphic design.
They seek truth and report it. They listen and engage. They collaborate and connect. They are fierce but fair. They learn by doing. They make media that matters.