The Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University is a leader in communication education and is generally regarded as one of the top five programs in the nation. Since its founding 40 years ago, the Scripps College has grown from just two schools – communication and journalism –
to five schools offering more than 40 nationally acclaimed programs.
The Scripps College of Communication has been recognized
as “one of Ohio University’s most distinguished programs” by the Guide to 101 of the Best Values in America’s Colleges and Universities.
Approximately 2,500 undergraduate students and 250 graduate students study in Scripps. Scripps College alumni number 18,000 worldwide and include “Today” show host Matt Lauer; “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” creator and executive producer David Collins; Emmy winners Steve Roberts, Paul Miller and Terrence McDonnell; Grammy Awards producer Ken Ehrlich; Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page; CEOs Roger Ailes, Richard Brown, Dwight Ferguson and Matt Rubel; Home Shopping Network executive vice president William “Bill” Brand; Miss Universe Organization president and CEO Paula Shugart; Sports Illustrated columnist Peter King; Washington Post ombudsman Andy Alexander; Wall Street Journal senior editor Laura Landro; syndicated columnist Susan Reimer; a Barron’s Top 100 Financial Advisor Jeffery Chaddock; and producers Randall Winston (“Spin City,” “Scrubs,” and “Cougar Town,”) Dave Hackel (“Wings” and “Becker”) and Matt Wickline (“The Hughleys.”)