Since our founding in 1982, the School of Journalism & Graphic Communication (SJGC) continually receives high marks for the quality of its graduates. Our students have earned awards from the Associated Press, CNN, the coveted William Randolph Hearst Medallion, and numerous other honors for their work on multiple media platforms.
Our 100,000 square foot building features state-of-the-art technology, including more than 400 computers, two television studios, a radio station, and numerous lab classrooms for students to learn and develop their skills. The SJGC is home to a variety of student-run media operations including, The FAMUAN newspaper, JOURNEY Magazine, WANM-FM 90.5 radio, FAMU-TV 20, plus several related Web sites.
The school is comprised of two divisions—journalism and graphic communication. Both divisions offer eight accredited degree programs committed to preparing students for rewarding careers. The Division of Journalism offers instruction in broadcast journalism, newspaper journalism, magazine journalism, and public relations. The Division of Graphic Communication offers instruction in graphic design, photography, print production, and print management. For more information, log on to sjgc.famu.edu