Committee on Student Communications

The Committee on Student Communications (CSC) reviews the operations and advises student media organizations at Georgia State University, allocates funds to these organizations, provides a means for due process for these organizations and selects media heads for each media organization. The CSC holds regular meetings, reviews the annual operations of student media, interviews applicants for media head positions, hears grievances specifically related to student media and approves and allocates student media funds. It also hosts an Annual Meeting each September which is for the purposes of general information and taking questions from the student body.

Students wanting to volunteer for the CSC may complete this form on the Panther Involvement Network to express interest. Consideration of applications is dependent on board vacancies.

The CSC is currently accepting applications for leadership positions with Student Media for 2019-20. Media Heads are responsible for the selection process for these positions. The applications are found below:

The Signal leadership positions
(Students from all campuses are eligible to apply; please read descriptions carefully for requirements)
Album 88 leadership positions
(With the exception of 88 Sessions Coordinator, applicants must have completed the Album 88 Legal Session to qualify for these positions)
NeoN (formerly GSTV) leadership positions
(only undergraduates and graduates at the Atlanta campus may apply)
New South leadership positions
(Graduate students are preferred, though all Atlanta campus students are eligible to apply)
Underground Production Editor (undergraduates only)
(only undergraduates at the Atlanta campus may apply)

Committee on Student Communications Bylaws