The SCAD Student Media Center sponsors a student-run newspaper, literary and arts journal and radio station. Student media outlets are accessible via the Internet, allowing the entire SCAD community to participate
SCAD Student Media has received awards from the Associated College Press, the College Media Association, the Savannah chapter of the American Advertising Federation Addy Awards and the Georgia Collegiate Press Association.
District is an award-winning, editorially independent online news source published for and by SCAD students in Savannah. District is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press, the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, the Georgia College Press Association and College Broadcasters Inc. Students may participate as writers, editors, designers, photographers, videographers, audio reporters, illustrators, animators and sequential artists.
Port City Review is the literary arts journal of SCAD. It is produced, curated, edited and designed by students as a way to showcase the best work of students. Port City Review welcomes submissions in all forms and from all SCAD majors.
The Connector is the award-winning, editorially independent online news source published by and for SCAD students in Atlanta.
Students may participate as reporters, editors, photographers, Web designers, illustrators and sequential artists. The Connector is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and the Center for Innovation in College Media.
SCAN is the award-winning student magazine of SCAD Atlanta, featuring articles and essays, photography, illustrations and design. Produced quarterly, the publication strives to appeal to the college community through an artistic approach and a vibrant color palette. Each issue focuses on select areas of art and design, as well as showcases outstanding work by students and alumni.
SCAD Radio provides student-produced live radio programming to listeners all over the globe. The station is a member of Collegiate Broadcasters Inc. Students may participate as DJs, newscasters, reporters, producers, sound designers and voice talent.
SCAD Atlanta Radio provides student-produced radio programming to listeners all over the globe. The station is a member of Collegiate Broadcasters Inc. Students may participate as DJs, newscasters, reporters, producers, sound designers and voice talent.
In Atlanta and Savannah, the Society for Collegiate Journalists hosts seminars and programs that teach the ethics, techniques and mechanics of media. SCJ encourages student participation in SCAD's student media groups, strengthens student publishing and broadcasting, and promotes understanding and support of freedom of student expression, including freedom of speech and press for all college students.
"Artemis" is the annual student literary journal featuring essays, poetry, stories and plays. SCAD faculty, comprising best-selling novelists, authors of creative nonfiction, memoirists, journalists and columnists, selects the best submissions for inclusion. The compositions featured in "Artemis" are penned by writing majors and creative writing minors.