Students should be encourage to be active members of their campus communities. But doing so can create conflicts of interest for those working for student media. Here’s how to address these conflicts via policy.
Student journalists experience ethical issues unique to college campuses, making it necessary for student media outlets to have their own codes of ethics. Here’s how to begin writing yours.
What types of ads should your student media outlet accept? Here are the policies we use to make advertising-related decisions.
You can’t avoid answering the phone in the newsroom. This newsroom phone etiquette should guarantee that anyone calling the newsroom receives a professional response.
It’s important for student journalists to feel a sense of ownership and belonging in the newsroom. It also is critical that the newsroom functions as a professional work environment. Please use our newsroom policy to help form your own.
They’re called “student journalists” because their primary role is to be a student. Here’s the grade point policy we use to make sure our student journalists are academically successful.
Disciplining employees isn’t fun, but it is a necessary part of management. Use this three strike policy to make your disciplinary process a productive learning tool for those involved.
What is the job of a college media adviser? Maybe a better question is what isn’t in the job?