Search
Students sitting on the lawn outside Post Hall residence. #

Campus Life > Student Organizations

WVKC

Contact

Luke Sherman '19

President

2 East South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999

lsherman2@​knox.edu

Apply to Knox Now
Historical books in Seymour Library.

Ranked #6 in the nation's college radio stations by The Princeton Review's annual college guide, "The Best 376 Colleges: The 2012 Edition," WVKC, Knox College's own station, allows students to learn the basics of being on the air.

About WVKC, The Voice of Knox College

  • WVKC is located on the top floor of George Davis Hall, an academic building on the Knox campus.
  • WVKC is always a commercial-free station.
  • You can broadcast to Knox College, the Galesburg community, and worldwide.
  • If someone is too far to hear you on the radio, they can listen to your show online using Windows Media Player/WinAmp/Etc. and iTunes.
  • The station is equipped with a turntable, a music library, CD player, and the means for you to broadcast your music from any format, be it a cassette, an iPod, or a record.

The college radio station is student-run, with student directors of punk, folk, hip-hop, world, techno, and pop music to ensure WVKC runs smoothly.

At Knox, you can host your own radio show each term, either solo or with friends. In a station with comfortable chairs, a lounge, and a set-up for at least two hosts at a time, the WVKC station can be a great place to relax and listen to music with friends after a long day of class, all while broadcasting to Galesburg and beyond.

Visit WVKC's website to view the on-air schedule, staff bios, and more.

Read Related News

A group of students, talking at a table in the Gizmo.
Apply for Admission Request More Info Visit Knox

Request Information

Loading...

Top 50

most diverse colleges

One of the most compelling, egalitarian, and collaborative intellectual communities on the planet. (Usually modest, too!)

Knox College

https://www.knox.edu/campus-life/student-organizations/wvkc

Printed on Monday, November 20, 2017

Back to Hello.knox.edu