Our admissions team can help you decide if our hands-on, learn-by-doing broadcast media school is right for you. You probably have lots of questions. When do classes start? Do you have day and evening classes? Contact us today and let us know you're interested in becoming a student - we'll answer your questions and send you important information about upcoming classes, admissions and so much more.


Each week our campuses host studio tours. It's your chance to visit a local campus, test-drive equipment in our broadcast media studios, talk to instructors - who are local industry professionals, and meet other people who are passionate about the broadcast media industry. If you cannot make one of our group tours, we're happy to schedule a private tour just for you!

Watch the video below to see what you'll experience at a studio tour, and contact us if you'd like to visit one of our eleven campus locations.


Many students are eligible for some form of financial assistance to help them afford to come to school. Contact us and speak with one of our Campus Directors, they'll help you explore which options would work best for you.


We'd like to thank the following industry partners for helping us train the next generation of broadcasting professionals by offering scholarships to eligible students:

  • ESPN
  • Greater Media
  • iHeartMedia
  • Cumulus
  • Cablevision
  • Connoisseur Media
  • Beasley Broadcasting
  • Lincoln Financial
  • Cox Radio
  • Bright House Cable
  • Raycom Media
  • Scripps
  • Time Warner Cable
  • NBC Universal
  • Entercom
  • Comcast
  • Saga Communications
  • Red Wolf Broadcasting
  • Cox Media
  • Salem Communications
  • Whitney Radio
  • Dickey Broadcasting
  • Genesis Broadcasting
  • Palm Beach Broadcasting
  • James Crystal Radio
  • Good Karma Broadcasting

Scholarships are available and are based on the talent of the prospective student, his/her financial need, and several additional considerations.



Before Connecticut School of Broadcasting, I felt I was living each day on repeat. I'd wake up to go to a grocery store to do the same tasks and leave at the same time. There was nothing exciting or fulfilling about my life, until I came to the Connecticut School of Broadcasting. I've always had a love for video production and videography which is what sparked my interest in the school. Once at the school I learned more in depth details about the world of production and found a love for the audio side of the industry. A week after graduating the school set me up with an internship with My internship turned into a job after a few short weeks and I've been working there for a year recording everything from stage announcements to interviews to live in studio performances. Every day I do something different and continue to learn more in a field of work I love. I feel incredibly lucky to be a part of the iRockRadio team, and to have such an amazing job. I owe it all to the Connecticut School of Broadcasting for what I learned to further myself and the connections I made with people in the industry.

" - Anna Perkins Digital Media Guru @ iRockRadio

The day I started at Connecticut School of Broadcasting was the day my career began. I made the decision to attend CSB because I had one goal. To be a reporter. I was attending College pursuing my Journalism & Mass Communication degree when I heard about Connecticut School of Broadcasting. When I graduated from CSB, I got an opportunity to intern with WFOR-CBS 4 in Miami and ended up working there for four years in production and in the newsroom. Now, I fulfilled my goal and became a reporter for News 12 in Beaumont, Texas. I have a feeling I will not stop there. Thank you, Connecticut School of Broadcasting for getting my foot in the door.

" - Ezzy Castro Television Reporter

I walked into Connecticut School of Broadcasting with a lifetime of work in Emergency Services and I was looking for a change. I graduated from CSB and got into an Internship at University of Pennsylvania in their Athletic Department [Division 1]. The internship was initially just geared for Video and Video Editing.Thanks to the hands-on training I received at CSB, I had the knowledge and drive that was necessary to help UPENN re-launch their online streaming network: The Penn Sports Network. Now, Penn Sports Network has created opportunities for other CSB graduates to live their dreams of being in sports broadcasting. None of it would have been possible without the staff, instructors and legacy of CSB! I look back on the career I have had in broadcasting so far.... I can truly say that I have been blessed to be a part of memorable moments, incredible people and life changing experiences. None of them would have been possible if I did not attend a Studio Tour. Thank you CSB!!

" - Dan Fritz UPENN Athletics

It was strange for me to graduate from a traditional four-year college and still struggle with finding the right path. I really wanted to get into radio but wasn't sure where to start. I dabbled with sales, marketing, even promotions for a local bar. It wasn't until I found the Connecticut School of Broadcasting that my dreams of radio finally came to fruition. I learned how to use all the equipment in the studio, hands-on, and was able to secure an internship right after graduation. I was determined to make the most of that opportunity, and turned that internship into a part-time job running the board at my station. That turned into a full-time job on the morning show. 15 years later and I'm still living my radio dream. It wouldn't have been possible without the help of my friends at the Connecticut School of Broadcasting. If you have the same dream - go chase it!

" - Rob Jenners Production and Imaging Director @ Cumulus, Atlanta
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