Cullowhee’s Classic Rock Station

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Power 90.5 is the broadcast service of Western Carolina University and serves the Jackson and Haywood County region of Western North Carolina, located between the Great Smoky and Blue Ridge Mountains. Western signed on its first radio station 66 years ago in 1948.

This is the view from the WWCU transmitter site atop Cutoff Mountain.

This is the view from the WWCU transmitter site atop Cutoff Mountain.

The station’s studios are located in the historic Old Student Union building on the Western Carolina University campus. Although the station maintains a classic rock format, on the weekends and after 6p it becomes home to a variety of specialty shows hosted by students, faculty, and staff. For instructions on how to listen to our live web-stream click here!

Power 90.5 is a non-commercial radio station operated by volunteers from the student body, faculty, and staff.

Would you like to help?

Contributions to WWCU-FM to support equipment purchases and programming are encouraged and needed. Please make your checks payable to:

Western Carolina University Foundation
401 Robinson Building
Cullowhee, NC 28723

For information about endowments or major contributions please contact the University Advancement Office at (800) 492-8496

To underwrite with Power 90.5, contact us at (828) 227-3851.

To contact the station via mail:
Western Carolina University
Old Student Union Bldg. Ste G-3
Cullowhee, NC 28723

Please visit our Public Service Announcement Page for information on how to help the station help the community.

Please read the station’s contest rules before participating in any prize giveaway or contest with WWCU.

Western Carolina University and the offices of WWCU-FM will close on Thursday December 22, 2014 and will remain closed through January 4, 2015in observance of the Christmas break and New Year’s Day.  The entire university will be closed during this time.  (Posted on Monday, November 25th, 2014.)

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