- 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.
- Longest continuously accredited program in the state and nation (among the first group of programs accredited in 1948).
- 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.
- 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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