What is PRSSA?

PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America) is an organization that is available to students that are interested in the public relations profession, job/internship, and networking opportunities. Our student society aims to provide awareness of an appropriate and professional attitude, and to educate students of current theories and procedures of the profession. Founded by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) in 1968, PRSSA has over 9,600 members in 284 universities. PRSSA chapters all over maintain an advantageous relationship with PRSA chapters all over in order to provide professional guidance.We are here to better serve our members by enhancing their knowledge of public relations and providing access to professional development opportunities. We also serve the public relations field by helping to develop highly qualified, well- prepared professionals.

This blog site is here to keep Bowie State students and faculty updated on future PRSSA events, on and off campus. Our goal is to promote Public Relations on the Campus of Bowie State University while networking on the way.

If you would like to join PRSSA, just come to our bi-weekly meetings. Located in the MLK in room 222 @4pm. All majors are welcome!!

We hope to see you at our events!

Keep updated on Dates and Events!!! Click here —> BSU PRSSA Calendar 








2 comments on “What is PRSSA?

  1. Rochelle Daniel says:

    I’m looking forward to using this blog as a good resource in my capacity as advisor to the BSU chapter.

  2. Amanda Sutton says:

    I am very excited for the upcoming events PRSSA has planned.

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