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St. Norbert College with the Washington Media Institute

Earn credit from SNC

If you are a student at St. Norbert College, you can attend the Washington Media Institute directly through your institution.

Earn SNC credit, pay your normal tuition, and spend the spring, fall, or summer in Washington, DC. You’ll intern full-time at a top media organization and network with some of the best professionals DC has to offer – all while taking a full semester’s worth of courses.

Put the skills you’ve learned on campus to the test while gaining hands-on experience in your field by joining us in DC today.

How do I apply to the Washington Media Institute through St. Norbert College?

To apply to the Washington Media Institute as student from St. Norbert College, you need to first speak with Professor Mark Glantz. He can help explain the paperwork you need to complete in order to participate in WMI. You can also find out more about the SNC program by clicking here. Once you have completed all necessary documents for St. Norbert, you can apply to the program by clicking here.

What sort of credit will I earn if I attend?

You can find more information on which credits you will earn as a SNC student through WMI by clicking here.

What’s the cost of WMI as a St. Norbert College student?

Students who participate in the Washington Media Institute as a St. Norbert College student pay the regular SNC tuition to attend. However, because we do provide students with housing, there is an additional fee. That fee is paid directly through the Washington Media Institute and costs about the same as staying a semester in on-campus housing

I have financial aid - can I use that to attend WMI?

Yes! You can apply the scholarships and other financial aid packages that you are receiving on campus to your time in DC through the Washington Media Institute.

Will I have to find my internship in DC on my own?

Definitely not – we’re here to help! It can be difficult to find an internship in Washington when you’re in Wisconsin, that’s where we come in. WMI staff works with Media Track students to find the perfect internship for you by assessing your experience level, gauging your interests, and opening doors that might otherwise be shut. To learn more about the internship placement process, click here.

Where will I live while I am attending the program?

We partner with the Washington Intern Student Housing organization to provide students with housing here in Washington, DC. To learn more about housing, please click here.

I have more questions - who can I talk to on campus?

If you’re interested in the Washington Media Institute, we encourage you to speak with Professor Mark Glantz to learn more about how the program could benefit you. You can also find more information by clicking here. If you have other questions or concerns, we’re happy to chat with you as well. You can send us an email by clicking here.

FAQ didn’t answer your question?

Send us an email at! We’re happy to chat with you about any questions you might have or to give you more information about WMI.