<b>Writeability of Amateur Campus Journalists in A Rural State University</b> More than a training ground for future journalists, campus journalism is partner for student development. As a communication channel to whatever information that affects the greater majority of student populace, the published articles should carry the mechanical and substantive ideals and standards. Hence, this study, explored the write ability – the “ability to write” of the amateur campus journalists in the University of Eastern Philippines. Data suggests that these campus journalists are capable to write news stories and accomplished to write opinion pages and feature articles. They find no need for clinical interventions on opinion pages but need to go through its process for news stories and feature articles. writeability, ability to write, amateur, campus journalists, campus journalism, rural state university 1994-2001 Issue-1 Volume-3 Brenfred N. Romero