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College of Information and Communications at a Glance

We prepare students for careers in fields that shape knowledge, information, advocacy and, ultimately, democracy. Through degree programs in information science, librarianship, journalism and communications, our students learn how to find, understand, use and deliver data and information across today’s broad communications spectrum. We provide exciting beyond-the-classroom experiences and internships where you can develop and apply the skills you learn in the classroom.

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  • Infographic: 2 Schools: Journalism and Mass Communications, Information Science
  • Infographic: 65 Faculty Members
  • Infographic: 1,801 Undergraduate Students, 398 Graduate Students
  • Infographic: 3 undergrad minors, 7 undergrad majors, 1 sports media concentration, 6 master’s, 2 certificates, 1 specialist
  • Infographic: 18,405 alumni
  • Infographic: Student-faculty ratio: Entire College: 33:1, Undergraduates: 27:1

Statistics are from the most recent available academic year.