KSUA is a student-operated college radio station whose primary purpose is to provide:
- Programming and music that is desired by the students of UAF,
- Programming and music that is otherwise unavailable to the Fairbanks community, and
- Training and radio experience to UAF students interested in a career with the broadcast industry.
KSUA is a student-operated college radio station that serves the University of Alaska Fairbanks and surrounding Fairbanks North Star Borough. The station is funded primarily from a portion of the Student Government Fee that students pay each semester. The broadcast license is held by the University of Alaska Board of Regents.
KSUA broadcasts on a frequency of 91.5 MHz, outside the “commercial” band of the FM spectrum. With a broadcast power of 3 kilowatts, KSUA can be heard throughout the Fairbanks area, even as far as Tok and Healy.
In accordance with Regents’ Policy 04.01.020, the University of Alaska does not discriminate in employment against any individual because of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, veteran status, physical or mental disability, marital status or changes in marital status, pregnancy or parenthood. Here is KSUA’s FCC-required statement (12k, PDF) that KSUA is in compliance with the Federal Communications Commission’s formal Equal Employment Opportunity requirements.