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Journalism & Mass Communication


The JMC department at Abilene Christian University trains students to be excellent professional information gatherers and storytellers using the traditional and emerging tools of journalism, advertising, public relations and multimedia in print, video, online and mobile venues.

Journalism & Mass Communication

Our mission is to engage students in critical and creative thinking in the classroom, in the laboratory and through mentoring relationships, leading them to become exceptional, ethical and agile communicators in a rapidly changing media environment, embracing technology, valuing diversity and embodying Christ-centered service.



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Tasha (French '00) Lemley | Journalism & Mass Communication

Tasha (French '00) Lemley | Journalism & Mass Communication

In a time when print publications are on the decline and screen publications are rapidly growing, a Nashville nonprofit relies on the sale of its newspaper to keep vendors going. The Contributor, a nonprofit in Nashville, Tenn., prints a twice-monthly "street newspaper." ACU graduate Tasha French Lemley ('00) founded this initiative as a way to provide the homeless of Nashville with a job they could be proud of that also meets their financial needs.
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