Frequently Asked Questions

Student Media is working hard to move meetings and productions to virtual spaces for the remainder of Spring 2020. Georgia State University provides many online tools to students, faculty, and staff, which can be found online at https://technology.gsu.edu. You can also use the Panther Involvement Network (PIN) to connect with upcoming virtual events. Visit pin.gsu.edu to explore options for student organizations and activities that are moving to the virtual world.
No, students are not able to access facilities, resources or equipment as campus is closed to students and the public through the end of the Spring 2020 semester.
The window is currently closed after an extension. Bookmark http://studentmedia.gsu.edu/csc/ in the event that any windows are re-opened.

Students and Alumni Take Home Honors

Student Media leaders and volunteers are fiercely groomed to succeed after graduation. They build portfolios, develop skills and hone their craft while working for any of the media platforms available on campus. No matter where you go, these students can be found excelling on their chosen path, both in school and beyond.

2018 graduate David Schiele knows this very well. While at Georgia State, he was actively involved with Neo Network (NeoN)- first as a volunteer then as a Team Lead for Primetime Sportz. While on staff, he was able to develop his skills and was responsible for training other students.… more »