Our students graduate from Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication to become journalists, creative directors, writers and videographers, to name just a few of the potential career paths.
But really, we’d say what Gaylord College students do is much bigger than a job title. Our students are more than just students.
At Gaylord College, they become storytellers, thinkers, creators and innovators, using their degrees from a college that provides endless professional opportunities in dynamic industries around the world.
November 10, 2022
Each year, Gaylord College proudly hosts the Gaylord Evening of Celebration, a banquet event for distinguished alumni, faculty, staff and scholarship recipients. Hosted at the Oklahoma Memorial Union, the evening of celebration is just that, an event that seeks to celebrate the success of the college and the extraordinary people that make Gaylord College what it is today.
November 04, 2022
Each year, 16 OU undergraduates are chosen as Outstanding Seniors for their remarkable achievements in service and leadership for their given college. Gaylord College is proud to announce Jackson Conner as its 2022-23 Outstanding Senior.
November 11, 2022
Celebrating Veterans Day, Gaylord College is honoring alumni Gen. John Admire. Admire graduated from OU in 1964 with a bachelor’s degree in public relations with a master’s degree in journalism. After graduating, Admire was drafted into the Marines where he served during three wars and five combat tours.
In its inaugural rankings of student achievements, the Broadcast Education Association has recognized the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Oklahoma as the No. 2 program in the country out of more than 300 member institutions nationwide.
Gaylord College ranked No. 2 in overall program rankings
In film and video programs
In news programs
In sports programs
In scriptwriting program
Gaylord Hall includes two state-of-the-art open multimedia labs available for all students.
Gaylord Hall includes four complete digital broadcast studios.
Gaylord Hall includes five computer classrooms.
Gaylord Hall includes 14 video editing bays.