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- Giving to the JSchool
- Hands-on Experience
- History of the JSchool
- Residential Learning Communities
- Staying in Touch
- Student Organizations
- Visit the JSchool
Accreditation Related Links
- Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications
- Assessment Plan
- Diversity Plan
- Learning Outcomes
- Mission Statement
- Public Accountability
Residential Learning Communities
Ohio University offers incoming freshmen a wide variety of learning communities, each with its own set of specialized offerings. The Scripps College of Communication Residential Learning Community is unique because communication students take their first-semester classes together as well as live in the same residence hall on the West Green.
To be considered for the Scripps College of Communication Residential Learning Community, an incoming freshman in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism must pay his or her housing deposit by May 1st and complete the online learning-communities application.
In mid-May RLC applicants will receive an e-mail informing them about their application status.
If you have questions, please call or e-mail:
Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs and Services
Scripps College of Communication