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Home > Become an SPJ Member > Students > Educators > Let SPJ help guide the way > Collegiate Institutional Memberships

Become a Collegiate
Institutional Member


Becoming a Collegiate Institutional Member in SPJ is one of the easiest ways your school can demonstrate to students (and parents) its commitment to producing the best journalists possible. Furthermore, it will help expose your students to the nation’s largest and most broad-based membership organization for journalists — augmenting their experience and journalism education.

Meet our existing members

The Society of Professional Journalists would like to thank the following schools for their support and commitment to SPJ and journalism. Click on each school's name to visit its journalism program. Links open in new window.

Ball State University
Biola University
California State University, Dominguez Hills
California State University, Stanislaus
DePauw University
Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications, Northwestern University
Missouri Southern State University
Northeastern University
Oklahoma State University
The University of Maryland
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of Utah
Wilkes University

For just $400 a year, your school can join SPJ as a Collegiate Institutional Member and receive the following benefits:

– Your name on SPJ.org’s Collegiate Institutional Membership page that links to your school’s Web site (see below).

– A subscription to Quill Magazine.

– A $5 discount on individual memberships for students and professionals from your school. This benefit will help you in building a chapter on your campus.

– A complimentary entry in SPJ’s Mark of Excellence Contest, which honors the best in student journalism from across the country.

– A framed copy of SPJ’s Code of Ethics and several pocket-sized copies of the Code to distribute as you see fit.

– A complimentary convention registration to SPJ’s National Convention (a savings of nearly $200).

Download an application today, and show your commitment to journalism and your students.

For more information about becoming a Collegiate Institutional Member, please call SPJ’s membership team at (317) 927-8000, ext. 213.


Tools for Educators
News/Articles
Let SPJ help guide the way
Collegiate Institutional Memberships
Sourcebook Teaching Plan
Public Records Teaching Plan
J-Ed Committee

Journalism
Education Committee

This committee's purpose is to promote excellence in education programs and practical research. It acts as a clearinghouse for the Society's academic members and students. It also works with annual convention planners on mentor programs both at the college and high school level.

Resources for Students
News/Articles
Internships and grants
Training
Let SPJ help guide the way
Collegiate Institutional Memberships
Job Bank
Join SPJ
Mark of Excellence Awards
High School Essay Contest


About SPJ
Mission
Membership
General Info
Headquarters Staff
Board of Directors
Committees
Bylaws | PDF version
Documentation
History
Chester C. Wells: His Story
Merchandise

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