Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication / Arizona PBS

Explore Cronkite

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication/Eight Building is a state-of-the-art facility that is closer to more major metropolitan news operations than any other journalism school in the country. The building provides students with digital newsrooms, computer labs, TV studios and the Cronkite Theater. The university-operated public television station, Eight, Arizona PBS (KAET), is in the same complex. This sustainable building also features 322 solar panels on its roof.

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What do you want to study? 

ASU has a reputation for excellence and is repeatedly ranked No. 1. U.S. News & World Report ranks 82 ASU degree programs as top 25 in the nation, with 37 of those in the top 10. Backed by these rankings, the degree you earn from ASU will have the power to take you wherever you want to go in life.

Where do you want to live and learn?

ASU offers multiple campuses and locations, each with its own size and feel, so you can find the learning environment that fits you best. Study on our beautiful campuses in a city with numerous opportunities for internships and industry partnerships — opportunities that don’t exist in smaller cities.

What kind of college student will you be? 

A Deep Diver? A Trailblazer? Something else? To help you start figuring it out, we’ve designed this quiz to help you connect to opportunities that fit you. Read about your thrive factors and find characteristics to look for in a college.