Your time at LSU will go by fast. Whether it’s exploring your interests, helping out in the community or getting a head start on your career, there are plenty of ways you can get involved at the Manship School.
Looking for a way to get involved? Student organizations allow students to enhance their knowledge of the communication industry and network with professionals, administrators and fellow students.
LSU Student Media
Student Media provides hands-on experience for hundreds of students each year in writing/reporting, marketing/promotions, graphic design, photography, Radio production, TV production, as well as in leadership, management and fiscal responsibility.
The Manship Ambassadors help recruit great students, give tours of facilities, meet with dignitaries and visitors, and help run Manship School student orientations for freshmen, pre-mass communication students and newly admitted students.
Manship School Statehouse Bureau
The Statehouse Bureau is at the heart of the experiential journalism program at the Manship School. Our students have written more than 1,000 stories over three years of legislative sessions.
LSU Cold Case Project
The LSU Cold Case Project, the unsolved civil rights murders project at the Manship School of Mass Communication, is part of the school’s Field Experience capstone class for seniors and graduate students.
Broaden your worldview and experience other cultures by studying mass communication around the globe.