WOLF Radio, Anthropology, Room G7
Student-managed, cutting-edge radio station features student-produced shows, including music, news, and sports programming, for a global audience. Students consistently earn high internship ratings from the professionals who often comment that the students teach them. Explore the newly-renovated sports, production, guest and main studios.
WOLF Radio is an experiential learning lab of the School of Communication, Film, and Media . The WOLF, which operates as a fully functional professional radio station, primarily provides students majoring and minoring in Mass Communications practical training in radio programming, production, management, and promotions.
Students from all majors have the opportunity to participate and be part of The WOLF as volunteers, members of the WIT program (WOLF-in-Training), paid staff members, and/or listeners. As UWG's on-campus radio station, The WOLF is committed to quality radio programming that includes music, especially by local artists, news and sports coverage, and student-produced shows. The WOLF seeks to be the connection between students, faculty, staff, administration, alumni, and the surrounding and global communities through an entertaining and interactive multimedia experience.