Join Us

Getting trained and applying for a show is easy. The process differs for John Carroll students and community members.

For JCU Students

For all registered John Carroll students, we offer a radio training class each fall and spring. The class typically consists of 1) four one-hour sessions over the course of four weeks, and 2) an apprenticeship with a current DJ. After the training class is complete, students become certified and are eligible to apply for a show.

For Members of the Community

WJCU currently features a number of shows that serve the community and that are hosted by community members. Because of the station’s multi-faceted goal to serve the community and also to serve as an educational tool for students, we can only accept applications for community shows that have a direct interest and focus in serving the community. If you think you have an idea for a show that would benefit the community, please download our community application form [MS Word format], fill it out, and get it back to us as an email to General Manager Mark Krieger (mkrieger (Email: mkrieger -*AT*- )) and we’ll get back to you.

On the Air

The Heights

Adult Album Alternative and Community News
Frank Turner The Way I Tend To Be @4:39
No Leave the Door Wide Open @4:35
Leagues Spotlight @4:31
Flagship Are You Calling @4:27
Jimmy Eat World I Will Steal You Back @4:24
Lo-Fang When We're Fire @4:20
Brett Dennen Wild Child @4:17
St. Paul & The Broken Bones Call Me @4:14
Stone Temple Pilots Interstate Love Song @4:10
Passenger Scare Away the Dark @4:03
Talking Heads Road To Nowhere @3:59
The Whigs Staying Alive @3:55

Metal on Metal

Import and independent heavy metal.
@6:30 pm w/Bill Peters - Import / Independent Heavy Metal