The Student Voice of Colorado State University

Rocky Mountain Student Media Corporation (RMSMC) supports the mission of Colorado State University by enhancing the undergraduate experience through education, training and hands-on experience in media methods, management, ethics, responsibilities and community service. RMSMC has six media outlets, all of which have long histories and rich traditions.

Recent News:

Rocky Mountain Student Media Hosts CSU Student Film Showcase | The Lyric to host free showcase of documentary shorts Dec. 2

DOWNLOAD THE PRESS RELEASE HERE FORT COLLINS — Rocky Mountain Student Media Corporation will present the CSU Student Documentary Film Showcase from 6-8 p.m. Dec. 2 at The Lyric Cinema, 1209 N College Ave. in Fort Collins. The free event features eight films produced by Colorado State University students.     The event will also serve as an introduction to Tree Stump Films, the new student-led documentary film department within […]

“The Rocky Mountain Collegian” at Colorado State University wins The Reveille Seven College Press Freedom Award

Washington, DC— The Student Press Law Center is excited to award the 2021 Reveille College Press Freedom Award to the Rocky Mountain Collegian at Colorado State University. Reporter Laura Studley conducted a four-month investigation into sexual misconduct accusations against a now-former professor and the university and local law enforcement’s lack of engagement on the allegations. […]

Sydney Wicker moves on to the semifinals for the Hearst Awards

FORT COLLINS, COLORADO — Sydney Wicker, a graduating senior with Collegian TV Channel 11/880 on local cable stations) at Colorado State University, has qualified for the semifinals of the prestigious 61st annual William Randolph Hearst Foundation’s Journalism Award Program in television reporting. The Hearst awards are considered the most prestigious college journalism competition.   The top […]

Rocky Mountain Student Media is Made Up of 6 Different Outlets:

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The mission of RMSMC is to provide a top-quality educational experience for CSU students in mass communications and business leadership, and to provide an effective medium for student communication on campus and beyond. RMSMC is funded in part by student fees with the remainder coming from advertising, marketing and production sales. RMSMC is managed by a board of directors and has a contractual relationship with Colorado State University. RMSMC is located in the Lory Student Center in the heart of campus. Most of its employees are CSU students, supported by five full-time and two part-time professional staff members. RMSMC is an equal opportunity employer.