Hall School of Journalism and Communication

Students work in the TrojanVision control room to produce a 30 minute newscast
Students work on the yearbook in the Palladium office.
Students work in the Tropolitan office to prepare the latest edition.
Student, Ngoc Vo, writes a story for the Tropolitan

 

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At the Hall School of Journalism and Communication, we’ve been fostering student success through innovation and hands-on experience for more than 40 years. From broadcast equipment that rivals professional television stations, to communication instructors with decades of real-world experience in journalism, advertising, public relations and communication, we are ready to help students succeed globally. Our graduates include award-winning public relations professionals, radio and television personalities, respected photojournalists, advertising executives and multimedia journalists working for both newspapers and digital media groups. Schedule a tour to see why the Radio-Television Digital News Association named Troy University as having the 6th Best Journalism Program in the Country.