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Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication

College Academic Building, College Communications Building, and University
Copper Square, Phoenix
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  • Jazzy Q.
    "There are computers for Cronkite students' use on the 2nd floor."(4 Tips)
    Lauren W.
    "Second floor library"(3 Tips)
    Justin B.
    "card readers in the edit bays"(4 Tips)
    Charlie J.
    "tickets and giveaways from the State Press."(3 Tips)
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  • NbA
    NbA5 hours ago
    Been here 5+ times
    The location is convenient to nearby restaurants. The second floor screen show is pleasing and the study room is quite
  • 🌵Andrew K.
    Super cool, modern facility! The future of learning is here and now.
  • Sam W.
    Sam WhitmanJanuary 22, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    Love the quiet computer student center. Almost sound proof and has a pretty view(:
  • The Most Interesting Man in the World
    I chuckle every time I reread the only copy of Walter’s 1967 sitcom pilot which he gave to me titled, “Friends Who Live Together and Have Humorous Misunderstandings.”
  • Zach S.
    Zach Solomon-BeloinMarch 4, 2014
    Been here 100+ times
    Incredible school. Dean Callahan has done a great job bringing in top-notch professors and implementing student feedback.
  • Vianka V.
    Vianka VillaNovember 18, 2013
    Make sure to bring a sweater to class. It usually gets kind of chilly in some of the classrooms at times.
  • Jazzy Q.
    Jazzy QuickNovember 17, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    There are computers for Cronkite students' use on the 2nd floor. Also, there are free printers on the 3rd floor.
  • Katlyn O.
    Katlyn ONovember 17, 2013
    $5 lot is now the $6 lot so make sure to bring an extra dollar! If that's full, there is FREE parking down the street on Garfield. It's a bit of a walk, but definitely worth it.
  • Haley B.
    Haley BuntrockNovember 16, 2013
    Been here 50+ times
    The library on the second floor is a great place to study because it's quiet, there's also some great reading materials available there like Bloomberg Businessweek.
  • Catie H.
    Catie HahneNovember 15, 2013
    Being a Cronkite student myself I highly recommend it. The teachers are fantastic and the curriculum is very interesting. They school cares about their students!
  • Marlee B.
    Marlee BeverNovember 13, 2013
    I usually like to study in the 2nd floor library. It's really quiet and there are computers there as well if you don't want to bring a laptop!
  • Joey W.
    Joey WilliamsAugust 5, 2013
    Every Monday night they have notable guest speakers come and give free presentations on the second floor. Sometimes they even hand out free popcorn!
  • Jordan M.
    Jordan MorinJune 11, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Being a jacket, because even in the heat of the summer, this building is FFREEEZING.
  • Edmund H.
    Edmund HubbardFebruary 16, 2013
    Here's a tip, if you want to study journalism come here. Syracuse, Maryland and Northwestern doesn't have anything on ASU
  • Torunn S.
    Torunn SinclairFebruary 15, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    Make sure you look at the schedule before you walk into a classroom. There might be a class taking place!
  • Samantha K.
    Samantha KookFebruary 15, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    It may be the desert but this building is always freezing so be sure to dress appropriately. Get involved! Must See Mondays are hosted in the FIrst Amendment Forum at 7pm.
  • Thomas M.
    Thomas MaynardFebruary 15, 2013
    Don't be that guy (or girl) snoring in the First Amendment Forum
  • Hayden P.
    Hayden PackwoodFebruary 14, 2013
    The sixth floor edit bays are better to use than the third floor ones. You won't have professors kicking you out so their class can use them. Also, you can check out the brand new FSN Suns Studio!
  • AJ V.
    AJ VicensFebruary 14, 2013
    Take the stairs. The elevators are slow.
  • Annie C.
    Annie CarsonFebruary 13, 2013
    Been here 50+ times
    Don't forget to come visit the PR Lab on the second floor by the First Amendment Forum! We are super fun in here!
  • Justin B.
    Justin BeattyFebruary 13, 2013
    If you need to use the card readers in the edit bays, I'd recommend bringing your own mini-USB cable because most of them have been removed (sadly)
  • Julia T.
    Julia TylorFebruary 12, 2013
    If you need to edit video and the 6th-floor edit bays are full, the "radio ranch" on the 3rd floor is full of edit bays that often aren't in use (so long as there isn't a class going on).
  • Ashley R.
    Ashley RoseFebruary 11, 2013
    Getting my study on! This library is WAY better than the one in Tempe. Less crowded and better computers!
  • ASU's Tempe Campus
    ASU's Tempe CampusOctober 12, 2012
    Donate money for a great cause and come out to watch fellow Sun Devils cut and shave their locks on Oct. 23 from 11am-2pm on Taylor Mall.
  • Emily J.
    Emily JohnsonSeptember 12, 2012
    Been here 100+ times
    If you get in the elevator and press 2, you WILL get nasty looks. DON'T DO IT.
  • Shawna G.
    Shawna GutierrezSeptember 7, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Please don't take the elevator to the 2nd floor...you look like a lazy chode.
  • Arizona State University
    Check out Cronkite News Service, read the State Press and listen to The Blaze.
  • Charlie J.
    Charlie JoslinMarch 29, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    The offices in Room 406 are where you pick up tickets and giveaways from the State Press.
  • amanda T.
    amanda TMarch 29, 2012
    WCS is one of 24 independent schools at ASU. If you are an incoming journalism major this is the place to be. You will gain great knowledge, and will not regret graduating from this school!
  • Rainet L.
    Rainet LewisMarch 29, 2012
    There is a police desk on the 1st floor & if you have any problems, you can talk to them. The building is beautiful & it is spacious. I went to this school for several of my classes in the past.
  • shequan h.
    shequan hunterMarch 29, 2012
    i love love love this building... but i can never get reception! >_< its a place of broadcasting for crying out loud! 0_o
  • Emily Brooke R.
    Emily Brooke RobertsonMarch 29, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    To get to teachers' offices on the third floor, turn right at the stairs and go all the way down the hall to your right. Then go through the double doors on the right. Voila!
  • KB1989
    KB1989March 28, 2012
    Been here 25+ times
    Make sure you put enough change in the meters! They are on top of it!!
  • ASU's Downtown Phoenix Campus
    Find your "High Impact Career." Professional panelists discuss jobs that make a difference, April 11, from 3 to 4 p.m.
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 20, 2012
    Everyone says this school is cold so bring a sweater, but I have had two classes in room 414 and it is the COLDEST room in the building. The thermostat is broken; maintenance has said it. Bundle up!
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 20, 2012
    During Cronkite Night at the Movies the school shows a journalism-related movie followed by a discussion. They also have one night to showcase student films so enter your independent film!
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 18, 2012
    Each semester the school has internship days for Print, Broadcast, PR & Digital specializations. Turn in your application by the deadline and interview with multiple companies to land an internship.
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 18, 2012
    When using Final Cut Pro (and you will as a student here), name the folder you plan to keep all your files in "Video." This will keep you from having to reset the scratch disks each time you open FCP.
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 16, 2012
    Have your own camera if you take Photojournalism I (JMC 351). If not, you will have to rotate a camera with up to two other people. It's very hard to get assignments done this way. Invest in a camera.
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 12, 2012
    Must See Mondays are every Monday night in the 2nd floor Forum where speakers from all over come and present about journalism and media. Some professors give extra credit for attending, so go! Read more
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 12, 2012
    There are large, poster boards in the forum (2nd floor). Look at them the next time you walk by; they lists all types of current jobs and internships for students.
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 12, 2012
    JMC 325 is an internship with The Arizona Republic/12 News and a class. Take this to kill 2 birds with 1 stone: upper division JMC and internship requirements. Contact Aric Johnson; he runs it.
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 12, 2012
    If you're a freshman, sophomore or transfer journalism student looking for experience and to be published sign up to report for the Downtown Devil.They take everyone and it's a great way to get clips. Read more
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 12, 2012
    Mike Wong, the career services advisor, will send out newsletters every couple weeks with journalism internship and job opportunities for students. READ THESE EMAILS! They will help you get a job!
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 12, 2012
    To build an impressive resume and get journalism experience, apply for one of the school's professional programs such as Cronkite NewsWatch, the student run news cast. Very competitive but worth it! Read more
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 12, 2012
    Cronkite students have the opportunity to be a student speaker at Cronkite's commencement. Work hard during your time here so you can be selected to represent your peers on your graduation day.
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 12, 2012
    Cronkite gives out Outstanding Student awards to graduating seniors.The awards are based on academic performance, internships, and your overall track record. No need to apply, just work hard!
  • Eiram S.
    Eiram SkramMarch 12, 2012
    The National Association of Black Journalists at ASU is a new student organization downtown. Black journalism students should join for great networking, resources and opportunities. Follow @NABJASU
  • ASU's Downtown Phoenix Campus
    Come out for the Mid-Semester Breakfast in the First Amendment Forum tomorrow! All DPC students are welcome.
  • Emily T.
    Emily TimmFebruary 24, 2012
    Been here 25+ times
    NewsWatch shows on Cox88 & in the Forum M-Th at 4:30. Be sure to watch your fellow students shine! It's a great show; an an awesome opportunity if you're a part of it.
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