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Are you curious about a career in television and broadcasting? Do you watch the news and think about being an anchor? Do you have a knack for recording cool videos or the urge to "broadcast yourself" on YouTube? If this sounds like you, perhaps RU-tv's Broadcast Communications Living-Learning Community is for you.
The deadline for applications from returning students has passed.
Incoming Rutgers–New Brunswick students, transfers and first-years, are welcome to apply by submitting the Broadcast Communications Living-Learning Community online application. Applications received by May 1, 2013 are guaranteed consideration.
Join RU-tv living-learning residents Terek Pierce and Matthew Wolfson, and the rest of the RU-tv crew, for a quick introduction to this unique broadcasting immersion experience.
Here's your chance to hang out with like-minded broadcasting enthusiasts, earn 3 credits, and explore a career in broadcasting. In the fall semester, first-time student residents in the Broadcast Communications Living-Learning Community earn 3 credits by taking "Introduction to Media Systems and Processes" through the School of Communication and Information (SC&I). This course focuses on the historical development of mass media institutions and the role of media in society. In the spring, students take an additional communications course, which builds on the fall course. Students are given increasing levels of leadership responsibilities every year they participate.
Students in RU-tv's Broadcast Communications Living-Learning Community have:
Students in the broadcasting community live in Winkler Hall, located on the Busch Campus. This unique residence hall features three-room suites accommodating six people with two per room and a shared living room and bathroom, complete with carpet, air conditioning, cable TV, and internet access. The suites are just across the street from RU-tv's facilities at Davidson Hall. You're also only a short walk to the Busch Campus Center and the Werblin Recreational Center.
Broadcast Communications Living-Learning Community