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Iowa State University School of Journalism

  1. The School of Journalism and Mass Communication is the oldest journalism program in the state and one of the oldest in the country, with a chair established in 1905 and the program’s centennial held in 2005.
  2. Longest continuously accredited program in the state and nation (among the first group of programs accredited in 1948).
  3. Third largest program in the largest college at Iowa State, with more than 700 undergraduate and graduate students, or about 10% of total enrollment in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, a benchmark no similar program in the region can match.
  4. Five Pulitzer Prizes won by alumni, more than any other journalism program in the state—including a Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor—in addition to a Pulitzer Prize-winner on staff.

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