How much is tuition?
$12200. This covers your tuition, study materials and supplies. That’s everything you need to take and finish our radio and broadcasting course.
Do you take credit cards?
Of course. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
Are there any scholarships or other financial aid?
You bet‘cha, friend. Radio Connection offers a variety of financial aid programs that fit any budget and credit history. So, if you need financial assistance make sure you give us a call at 1-800-990-9445 and we’ll get to work finding a financial aid package that works for you. There is absolutely no charge to you for this service.
Best of all, the Radio Connection’s experienced Financial Aid Counselors are trained professionals, and will do all the paperwork for your loan application. We do our best to get you a financial aid package that will fit your budget and get you into the Radio Connection and on your way to a career in your chosen field. So call us at 1-800-990-9445. You’ll be glad you did, buddy!
How long have you been in business?
The Radio Connection has been offering its proprietary mentor/apprentice course and job training program for 30 years. We feel strongly that it is more relevant and timely than ever for up and coming radio DJs, talk show hosts, sportscasters, voiceover artists, broadcasting enthusiasts, podcasters, YouTubers and anyone else who has a point of view they want to convey.
How long does the course take?
Depending on your schedule, the average course length is 5-7 months.
Where is your campus?
Our campus is a real radio station or broadcast company located within 60 miles from your residence. Sounds great, right? That’s because it is!
Do you help with job placement?
Yes. It is as simple as that. We try from day one to get you paid work. And we offer an entire year of job placement assistance upon graduation. The ultimate goal of our program is to get you work in your chosen industry. We do everything within our power to help you.
How many students are in a class?
ONE. Just you and your mentor. Simple as that. You, a mentor, and the road to success.
How do I apply?
You can apply online, or call 800-990-9445 and ask for admissions.
How much experience do I need?
No experience is needed for most of the programs that we offer. It’s all about enthusiasm!
How do you compare with other schools?
Our teachers are industry professionals currently working in the radio and broadcasting industry. They are professionals that are currently making their living from what they are teaching you. There’s no theory. There’s no ‘this is how we used to do it’. You’re learning the industry standard. You’re on the cutting edge.
How long has Recording Radio and Film Connection been in business?
30 years and counting.
What kind of course materials and/or software do I need/have to buy?
NONE. We give you everything. By that we mean a copy of Presonus Studio One lite, a USB condenser microphone, and the Radio Connection Course Curriculum. All you need to do is enroll and have access to a computer with an Internet connection and Microsoft Office.
Distance Education Technology Requirements
To participate in Recording Radio Film Connection and CASA Schools programs, prospective students must confirm by initial on the enrollment agreement that the requirements to have Internet access and Microsoft Office have been fulfilled.
If I have to move, can I transfer to a different mentor in my new city?
Yes, but depending on the circumstances it could affect your overall experience.
Are there any age requirements?
How flexible is the scheduling? I have a job so can I attend RRF around my schedule?
Our course scheduling is very flexible. We try to work around your employment schedule.
What are some reasons I might not be accepted into the Recording Radio and Film Connection?
We base our decision to accept, or not accept, students solely on what we perceive your work ethic, drive, and motivation to be. Nothing else. The final decision to accept you or not comes from your would-be mentor who will reach their decision after meeting and talking with you individually.