Aerial view of campus with Williamsport, the Susquehanna River and Bald Eagle Mountain as a backdrop


WRLC LogoWRLC "The Thunder" broadcasts from the Communications Building on the Lycoming College campus with 740 watts, and can be heard 24 hours per day at 91.7 MHz or online.

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The staff consists of student announcers from all academic backgrounds with a wide variety of musical interests. This unique and diverse programming includes rock, hits from the 70's, 80's, and 90's, alternative, R&B, both old and new country, and more. Outside of the academic year, the station rebroadcasts “The Classical Station,” featuring the best in classical music. WRLC is a non-commercial education station and there are no commercials and no underwriting is aired during classical programming.

WRLC (Williamsport Radio Lycoming College) "The Thunder" started in the 1960's as a carrier current station and then went to a 10 Watt Class D FM over the air station, raising power to 740 watts in 1982. The transmitter and tower are located on Lycoming College’s Communications Building.

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For help or assistance please contact:
Angela Nichols, Assistant to the Provost at 570.321.4102 or
Monday – Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Office is located in Long Hall on the Lycoming College campus in Williamsport, PA