Apply to be a WXTJ Volunteer! – CLOSED until Fall 2021

WXTJ 100.1 FM is UVA’s freeform student radio.

DJ your own radio show.

Organize live music events.

Connect with UVA’s music community.

We broadcast live to 100.1 FM Charlottesville! You can also stream all of our radio shows online at This semester, DJs will still have the potential opportunity to either broadcast their shows live from the studio in Charlottesville, remotely stream from home, or submit prerecorded shows to our stream (just like last semester). We are dedicated to maintaining a safe and inclusive creative community.

APPLICATIONS ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED. We accept new DJ applicants every fall, so see you then!

Email or if you have any questions for now!

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