Journalism Without Walls
Experience life as an international correspondent
Travel to other parts of the world and report on what you find.
Journalism Without Walls is the School of Communication and Journalism's study abroad program, offered through the Colvin Center.
During the weeks-long adventure, students will travel with faculty to experience and report on life in different cultures around the globe.
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About the Program
Journalism Without Walls takes place during summer or winter break. Before going on the trip, students will take a 1-credit on-campus course to learn about the trip destination, its history and culture, and begin to lay the groundwork for finding and reporting stories.
Students must be in good academic standing with a GPA of at least 2.0 to participate. There is no language requirement.
Journalism Without Walls is offered in partnership with the Stony Brook Study Abroad Office.
A limited number of scholarships are available to support student participation in Journalism without Walls:
- The Michael S. Rosenbaum Memorial Scholarship
- The Catherine M. Ayscue Endowed Memorial Scholarship
- Colvin Center Scholarships