Supercharge your education with opportunities in student organizations
Student organizations can play a critical role in every student’s success. They go beyond formal curriculum to provide students with opportunities to gain relevant experience, develop résumé points, build portfolio items, and socialize with like-minded peers. Anyone enrolled at MTSU can join any official student organization regardless of major or grade. The most successful students often use student organizations to get a jump on their careers. Besides that – it can also be a lot of fun!
There is a student organization for every major in the Department of Media Arts. Find something for yourself in the list below.
MTSU Cinema Club
The MTSU Cinema Club is an organization created to promote the art form of film from technical, artistic, and cultural aspects. Each week members will meet to watch a film and then discuss its strengths, weaknesses, and overall importance.
For more information: email Eddie Bowen, Cinema Club Advisor
MTSU Film Guild
The MTSU Film Guild is a group of student filmmakers dedicated to developing the skills necessary to pursue careers in the movie industry. The group consists of writers, directors, producers, gear heads, wardrobe, makeup, production design, sound engineers, editors, special effects, public relations, actors, and so much more.
The Film Guild brings together undergrads, alumni, and professionals to give students— who frequently begin with zero experience— the opportunity to participate in every aspect of movie production.
The MTSU Film Guild has produced over a dozen professional-grade student video projects for over five years. Directors pitch their projects ideas each semester in order to get funding and crew members to carry out their projects.
For more information: email Eddie Bowen, Film Guild Adviser
- Visit the MTSU Film Guild website
- Like MTSU Film Guild on Facebook
- Follow MTSU Film Guild on Twitter
- Find MTSU Film Guild on IMDB
MT10 is MTSU’s student-run television station. MT10 gives students opportunities to work on camera, behind the scenes, and in managerial positions creating programming and operating a television station. Members have three types of opportunities for participation and involvement: 1) leadership as an officer or manager, 2) participation with the stations live news programs, and 3) participation with the stations entertainment programs.
MT10 features the only daily, televised news broadcasts dedicated to Rutherford County, and airs a wide variety of original programming. The broad range of experience received at MT10 has helped propel students into careers as Emmy-winning news reporters, editors, producers, production personnel and entrepreneurs.
The station also broadcasts a variety of entertainment programming including Murfreesboro After Dark, a late night talks show, musical performance programs, game shows and other student-produced programming.
For more information email Rob Jasso, MT10 Advisor
- Watch the station:
- Comcast channel 10 in Rutherford County, TN
- Online at MT10tv.com
- Visit the MT10tv website
- Visit the MT10 News Website
- Like MT10tv on Facebook
- Like MT10 News on Facebook
- Follow MT10tv on Twitter
- Follow MT10 News on Twitter
The MTSU ACM SIGGRAPH Student Chapter is an official chapter of the world’s largest organization for computer graphics and interactivity, which includes
animation, video games, films, visual effects, television, web, anime and all related things. Our chapter is one of only 20 official university chapters worldwide.
The chapter has weekly meetings and events including:
- Guest Speakers
- Group Film Trips
- Portfolio Work
- And more…
For more information, email Kevin McNulty, MTSU SIGGRAPH Advisor
MTSU Photo Society
The MTSU Photo Society brings together the community of photography students, faculty, alumni, and local amateurs to share work, discuss issues in photography, connect with each other, and promote excellence in photography.
For more information, email Jackie Heigle, MTSU Photo Society Advisor
Social Media Club
The purpose of MTSU Social Media Club is to expand digital media literacy, share lessons learned, encourage adaption of industry standards, and promote ethical behavior in social media.
For more information, email Todd O’Neill, MTSU Social Media Club Advisor
WMTS 88.3 FM
WMTS is MTSU’s student-run radio station. WMTS began in 1992 as the alternative music and news outlet. The station continues that mission today, and is proud to be “Middle Tennessee’s only alternative to the corporate radio machine.” WMTS is completely student operated, offering hands-on broadcasting experience, and giving students a voice throughout our community. Find out more at http://www.wmts.org or tune in to 88.3 FM.
Tune into WMTS
- 88.3 FM in Rutherford County
- Online Streaming
For more information, email Billy Pittard
WMTS request line: (615) 898-5051