Co-curricular organizations and clubs are specifically designed to enhance the students’ experience and learning in a variety of fields. Clubs associated with College of Professional Studies programs include the following:
St. John's University Television Club (WRED)
The St. John’s University Television Club prepares members for the competitive television/media industry. Interested students have the opportunity to learn and use state-of-the-art television equipment and to write, direct, produce, edit and/or act in video productions. Eligible members may register for academic credit while working under the guidance of the faculty moderator.
Communications Arts Film Society
The Communication Arts Film Society is a co-curricular unit of College of Professional Studies with membership open to all St. John’s University students. Members write, produce and shoot their own 16mm motion pictures; run a series of weekly film screenings, selecting the films and writing the program notes; and engage in a variety of motion picture related activities. Academic credit may be earned by members actively participating in the organization. For further information, contact the Chair of the Division of Communications, Journalism and Media Studies.
WSJU is the student run campus radio station. It is a co-curricular organization, offering both academic credit and practical broadcast experience to those students interested in the field of radio.
Open to all St. John’s University students, WSJU is an official member of the National Association of College Broadcasters (NACB) and the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS).