– Registration for the 2021 conference is closed –
Join campus media writers/editors and advisers Feb. 27, 2021, for the annual N.C. College Media Conference offered virtually with William Peace University, featuring breakout sessions and awards presentations. Each year we co-host with different college campuses in the state. Cost for the 2021 event is only $50 per staff. Deadline to register is Feb. 22.*
Who should register? Editors, reporters, photographers, advisers, general managers and staff members of any newspaper, yearbook, magazine or online publication at any North Carolina college or university.
Accommodation Requests: Please notify NCCMA by Feb. 14.
To register and submit payment, go here:
Fill out the following interactive PDF and email to Monica Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org. Online registration, however, is available and preferred. Use this form only if absolutely necessary.
Propose a Project
Conference attendees are eligible to propose a student media project of any kind and compete for a $250 stipend from NCCMA. Project proposals must be for work to be published in or shared through a student media outlet. Applications are to be submitted by 10 a.m. on the day of the conference. The interactive application form may be accessed below:
About the Conference
The North Carolina College Media Association formed in December 2007 and offered its initial one-day conference on Saturday, April 5, 2008, in the School of Media and Journalism at UNC-Chapel Hill. That conference marked the launch of the association, based in the N.C. Scholastic Media Association offices. Sessions at that first conference focused on fall 2008 election coverage. Since then, conferences have been held on the campuses of N.C. State University, Elon University, Appalachian State University, Winston-Salem State University, N.C. A&T State University and Greensboro College.