Useful Links

UQ Journalism and Communication Society Constitution

UQU Code of Conduct – Clubs and Societies

Annual General Meeting Proxy Nomination Form

Social Media Sites

The UQ Journalism and Communication Students Facebook Group

JAC Digital – Student Platform

 University Links

MaPS (Media and Production Support)

In today’s media landscape, students will be expected to produce digital content including video, audio, and photographs. In order to develop these skills, the School offers the services of the Media and Production Support (MaPS) team: Paul SmithCourtney Barnes and Evangelene Dickson

Paul, Courtney and Evangelene teach short production and editing software courses, and also complete commercial filming, editing and teaching projects.

They are available for face to face consultations and support for SCA students and staff. You can find the MaPS team in the Joyce Ackroyd Building and on Facebook.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I join if I’m not studying Journalism or Communication?

Yes! Annual membership only costs $5 and can be purchased here.

What is the Press Pass?

The JACS Press Pass gives members discounts to JACS events as well as exclusive deals with our sponsors.

Where can I purchase the Press Pass?

You’ll be able to purchase your Press Pass online here or at many times during the year. You can find out where we’ll be on Market Day by heading to our Facebook page.
If you’re signing up online, send us a message via our Facebook page to arrange a time to pick up your Press Pass and membership bag!

How can I get involved? 

From professional development events to social events, there are many ways to be involved in JACS in 2020!

At the end of each year we hold an Annual General Meeting to elect the next JACS Executive Team. The AGM is normally held in October. Stay tuned for more details via our Facebook page.

How do I keep up with events?

The best way to keep up-to-date with our events is via our Facebook page! We also email JACS members reminders about upcoming events.