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We are recognized as a leading member of the prestigious Carnegie-Knight Initiative on the Future of Journalism Education. The school has earned national and international championships in journalism, public relations and graphic design. Increasing the annual fund to provide flexible dollars to seize opportunities for students and faculty will ensure we maintain our position and reputation as a leader in media and journalism education.

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    Student Support

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    Arts

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    Donor

    A Place for ‘Dreamers and Believers’

    The Curtis Media Center becomes Carolina's newest building.

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    Student Support

    The Gift of Experience

    The opportunity to pitch, develop and place stories with local, statewide media outlets