Student Media Organizations

  • NSM Today
    NSCM Today is an online news publication operated by the journalism majors. Content is created, edited and published by students in the “Senior Capstone in Journalism: Digital News Service” (JOU 4950) class under the guidance of a faculty advisor.
  • Centric
    Centric is a student-produced magazine in the Nicholson School of Communication and Media. The mission of the magazine is to bring the community together and embrace the unique, ever-changing spirit of the school.
  • Knightly News
    Knightly News, a division of the NSCM radio/television program, is a weekly campus television newscast. Daily newsgathering and production decisions are conducted by students in the broadcast journalism major under the advisement of an instructor functioning as news director.

Forensics

  • UCF Debate
    The Debate Team competes in CEDA/NDT style debate and is a member of CEDA and ADA. The team also helps promote high school debate in Central Florida.
  • UCF Speech
    As a co-curricular activity the team competes in intercollegiate forensics tournaments in a multitude of categories including, but not limited to, poetry interpretation, dramatic duo, persuasive speech and impromptu speech.

Student Clubs

  • AD Club
    Whether you know you want to be the chief creative officer of an advertising agency, you have an unhealthy obsession with ads like this one, and you like to have fun, then you’ll fit right in here. We welcome all majors and straight-up lovers of advertising.
  • National Association of Black Journalism
    The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is an organization of journalists, students and media-related professionals that provides quality programs and services to and advocates on behalf of black journalists worldwide.
  • National Broadcasting Society
    The National Broadcasting Society-Alpha Epsilon Rho enhances the development of college students preparing for careers in electronic media industries. NBS-AERho connects students with practicing professionals; emphasizes industry ethics, diversity, and inclusiveness; and promotes opportunities for excellence in leadership, community service, and production.*
  • National Communication Association
    The National Communication Association is a not-for-profit membership-based scholarly society that that studies all forms, modes, media, and consequences of communication through humanistic, social scientific and aesthetic inquiry.
  • Quotes
    Quotes, the PR Club at UCF, is a student chapters of the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA). Its main goal is to cultivate the development of future industry professionals who will lead in the field of communication.
  • Radio Television Digital News Association
    RTDNA focuses on helping students better prepare for the broadcast news industry. Students from all majors are invited to attend.
  • Society of Professional Journalists at UCF
    The Society of Professional Journalists at UCF aims to help its members become better journalists by connecting young reporters to media outlets through central Florida and teaching skills to students through guest speakers and workshops.

Honor Societies

  • Zeta Phi Eta
    Zeta Phi Eta a national professional fraternity dedicated to high standards in communication arts and sciences.
  • Kappa Tau Alpha
    Kappa Tau Alpha is a college honor society that recognizes academic excellence and promotes scholarship in journalism and mass communication.
  • Lambda Pi Eta
    Lambda Pi Eta is the official Honor Society of the National Communication Association.