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Any good schools for Public Relations or Communications?
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I am currently a rising senior and am planning on majoring in Public Relations or Communications. I am mainly looking for schools in the South, Midwest or Northeastern Parts of the US, and am also looking for mid-large size schools as well. Hopefully this helps!

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https://www.niche.com/colleges/search/best-colleges-for-communications/ you can use this to filter specifications for communications

https://www.niche.com/colleges/search/best-colleges-for-communications/ this one is for pr

Penn State, Auburn, U of Florida, Syracuse, Washington St. Louis, and Duquesne are all good options for you. Penn State, Auburn, and Florida all have large student bodies and good athletics. Syracuse would be a bit smaller, but similar to the previous three. Duquesne is a medium size school in Pittsburgh with some well regarded programs and connections. Wash U is the most prestigious of the ones listed, and is considered an eilite school.

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