College and university-based radio stations should adhere to the standard rules of BCAST:
*Has an FCC license
*Has an established broadcasting history
*Has a large audience
*Originates (or has originated) at least some of its own programming
The station's broadcast coverage area include more than college or university's campus. An example of this would be [[WWVU-FM]] or [[WKCR-FM]]. [[Title 47 CFR Part 15#Unlicensed broadcasting|Part 15]] and [[Carrier current#Low-power broadcasting stations|Carrier Current]] should be presumed non-notable unless reliable third party sources are available. An example of this would be [[WERW (student radio)]]. For a college or university that is home to a [[NPR]] network, only the originating station should be listed, with all rebroadcasters and translators redirected to that page. An example of this would be [[WVTF]] or [[West Virginia Public Broadcasting]].
For a college or university-based student newspaper should adhere to the rules of [[Wikipedia:Notability (periodicals)]], with perferably some "off-campus" coverage of the paper itself.
A student newspaper or radio station which is deemed non-notable should always be redirected to the college or university that it serves.