Due to severe weather conditions, the CUNY J-School will be closed for all classes and activities on Wednesday, Mar. 21. Normal operations are expected to resume on Thursday, Mar. 22.

Alumni Services

Your relationship with the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism does not end just because you receive your diploma and head out into the professional world.

Our alumni network is now more than 1,000 strong, and we want to do everything in our power to keep you connected.

Our graduates pass on tips about job opportunities, celebrate each other’s personal and professional achievements, and return to the J-School to appear on panels, attend events, take January Academy classes, use Research Center databases, or get career advice.

The Alumni Services office does its part by sending out a quarterly e-newsletter, organizing an annual alumni homecoming, and providing an ongoing link between you and the J-School.

Below, Class of 2010 alum Simone Sebastian, now deputy America editor at The Washington Post, welcomes 2017 graduates to “the coolest club in journalism: the CUNY J-School alumni club.” She encouraged grads to embrace the unexpected: “Taking that small job at a small news outlet in a small town could lead you to the biggest story of your career.”

Stay Connected

Facebook Alumni Group

Facebook Tow-Knight Alumni Group

LinkedIn Alumni Association Page

CUNY J-School on Twitter

Alumni Happenings

In the health and science concentration, I not only learned how to report on breakthroughs in science and medicine, but I gained the skills to accurately report risks, rates, stats, and trends. No matter my beat, these skills are key.

Nicole Lewis, Class of 2016, Intern, The Washington Post

Contact Us

If you have any questions or suggestions to improve the alumni experience, feel free to contact us.

Brooke Bizzell Stachyra
Director of Alumni Services