CoyotePR is an award-winning public relations firm comprised of students who manage on-campus entities to enhance or build their reputations through the media. Success requires a deep understanding of the interests and concerns of the client and its publics.
“Before entering Comm 243D, I had no idea what I was walking into as a Human Organization concentration in Communication Studies. I had no idea how broad public relations really was until the class started. Taking public relations as a practicum, even though I was not a public relations concentration has helped me to understand what kinds of public relations there are and how even I as a Human Organization concentration could contribute to the clients' needs. The overall experience was enlightening, and I would definitely recommend this to other students looking to gain experience in the field of PR.” -Michelle Duron, Senior, Communication Studies Major
CoyotePR was selected for a PRSA Polaris or Capella award at the November 2019 Polaris awards for work by students in Comm243d PR Practica.
CoyotePR is the student-run PR agency at CSUSB
Currently, our firm serves on-campus and off-campus entities, such as the Coyote Chronicle. We work in student workgroups to meet any PR needs of our on-campus partners. CoyotePR won Third Place in the CCMA Promotions category for their work in a cosponsored event featuring Pulitzer Prize Winning photographer Nick Ut in an event for client Coyote Chronicle and a Polaris Award with PRSA for the same event..
Can CoyotePR Help my Business?
There are many benefits to partnering with a student-run PR agency as profiled in this article by a CSU professor in PRSSA. We currently serve departments, programs, clubs, faculty and campus organizations an are also receptive to other opportunities. Contact CoyotePR to start a conversation about how we can help you!
Current and Past Client Roster
Coyote Chronicle campus newspaper
Dept. of Communication Studies
Dept. of Comm Studies MA Graduate Program
College of Ed, Preliminary Administrative Credential
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