Preparing for the future

Journalism: Online, Print and Broadcast prepares students for today’s journalism and the industry of the future.

Tony Grace, CTV Senior News Anchor

TONYStarting right here at Loyalist gave me a huge advantage because right away, the day I started college, I was working in a newsroom.




Marc Venema, CTV Kitchener

Mark VenemaYou’re not just sitting inside a classroom, you’re out and about, you’re interviewing people, you’re writing stories, you’re filming every single day just like you’d be doing out in the real world.




Adam Campbell, Web Video Producer, Toronto

adamcampbellWhen I decided to go back to school after graduating from the print program in my hometown of Niagara Falls and working full-time for a few years, I came across the journalism program at Loyalist College and it fulfilled everything that I had a passion for. It has been the most rewarding decision, personally and professionally I’ve ever made.



Derek Baldwin, Editor, Gulf News/XPRESS, Dubai
derwkbaldwinLoyalist College’s School of Journalism is — and continues to be — one of the finest of its kind in the country. Excellence and dedication by teaching staff backed by a solid roster of successful graduates makes Loyalist a surefire choice for any young writer or photographer wishing to pursue a career. After graduating in the late 1980s, I am still gainfully employed two decades later and working in the Middle East for the largest English speaking media organization in the region



Krista Johnson, Journalism Grad 2003
KristaJohnsonMy experience Loyalist College’s print journalism program was by far one of the most rewarding of my life. Not only was I guided by some of the most supportive and understanding professors but I was given the opportunity to travel to Cameroon, Africa to document Rotary International as they vaccinated one million children for polio. This opportunity profoundly shaped the years of my life to come – both professionally and consciously.



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