KJHK Radio


"KJHK creates an environment where students can truly be themselves while producing incredible things for their community. I am constantly amazed in new ways by the passion and hard work that goes on here."

Jack Bugée
KJHK Station Manager

2023 Statistics

Hours Streamed
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The Sound Alternative

KJHK 90.7 FM, the student-run radio station at the University of Kansas, broadcasts round the clock, 365 days a year. Serving as Lawrence's independent radio voice since 1975, KJHK continues to be a dynamic and integral part of the university community.


KJHK booth

Serving Through Events

KJHK embraces its roots by celebrating local music in Lawrence, KS. Farmer's Ball, a joint event with SUA, drew record-breaking attendance of over 400 people each weekend. Partnering with The Replay Lounge, KJHK hosts fundraising concerts featuring local talents, fostering a stronger bond with musicians and more.
KJHK with heart

Working For a Purpose

General Manager Bobbi Washechek discovered a forgotten storage unit filled with decade-old vinyl and CDs. Student staff sorted through thousands, keeping hundreds for the station. The surplus was sold at events, raising over $5000.

Learning For Our Listeners

KJHK excels at conferences, showcasing achievements and leadership. In Orlando 2023, staff presented on topics like campus collaboration, LGBTQ+ representation, station management, and fundraising. At the Intercollegiate Broadcast conference, they cover fundraising, leadership, app development, and radio dramas, positioning KJHK as a leading college radio station in the U.S.

"I love the community at our radio station. At KJHK, our community fosters creativity, joy, growth, silliness, passion, deep connection, and, most of all, friendship. Collectively, KJHK makes campus a safer, more accepting, and more rockin' place!"

- Betsey Lewis, Music Director

"I was able to secure my position as the official play-by-play Spanish radio announcer for men's basketball and football thanks to KJHK. During my first men's basketball broadcast for KJHK, I met Tico Sports at the game and a couple of weeks later I was calling the Jayhawk's 2022 championship run for them. KJHK opens opportunities such as these by giving our people a foot in the door and giving them the freedom to network and socialize with professionals in the industry." 

Federico Moreno, Sports Director

Learn More About KJHK

From hosting on-air shows to creating podcasts, recording live bands, or reviewing new music, to covering KU sports.