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The Lawrence Herbert School of Communication is a center of creativity on Hofstra University's campus. Our students are producing award-winning work, presenting research, and kickstarting their careers as future communications industry leaders. Prestigious faculty lead small, intimate classes and combine expert teaching, mentoring and hands-on experience to create a rich, collaborative learning environment. As early as their first year, students have access to cutting-edge technology within the school’s state-of-the-art facilities and numerous co-curricular and pre-professional activities. The school’s close proximity to New York City allows students to take full advantage of world-class internship and career opportunities.

The Herbert School offers many avenues for students to express their creativity and learn real-world skills using state of the art resources. Participating in our student organizations is a valuable way to make connections and develop professionally in your field as a student.

HerbertSchool360.com was created as a platform to showcase our student work and to provide prospective students with the luxury of experiencing what our talented student body has been able to create first-hand.

Students in Cuba

Nine students made a 21-day trip to Havana to study contemporary Cuba through the lens of journalism, cinema and health care.

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