The West Virginia University Reed College of Media celebrated its May Commencement on Friday, May, 10, at the WVU Coliseum.
This year’s ceremony featured keynote speaker Hilde Lysiak, a 12-year-old journalist and the founder of Orange Street News in Selingsgrove, Pennsylvania. She was the youngest commencement speaker ever at WVU and maybe in the country.
For students finishing their bachelor’s degree or working professionals wanting to expand their skill set, the Reed College of Media offers a variety of academic programs — from graduate certificates to full master’s degree programs.
Your first step to becoming a Mountaineer is applying for admission. Apply online today.
The Media Innovation Center provides space, technology, curriculum and culture for building a highly collaborative community of entrepreneurs and problem solvers. The programs are designed to work closely with industry and community partners to tackle the challenges presented in Our Driving Question and to incubate a next generation of media change agents. Learn more about the Media Innovation Center
The College of Media student experience is about more than just what's learned in the classroom. It's about taking those lessons, creating new ideas and forging your own path to success. Get involved today!
Who better to tell you about life at the WVU Reed College of Media than the students who experience it? Check out our blog.
Having hands-on or professional experience is crucial to being competitive in today’s job market. Eric Minor, our director of student careers and opportunities, manages a student-centric hub for the College’s career development resources.Follow @EricMinorWVU Career Development