KRCU Public Radio Public Documents
KRCU Public Radio makes accessible a series of public documents, including our audited financial statements. These documents are made available as part of our responsibility to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which provides a portion of our annual support. The annual financial statement is the audited, approved document which includes narrative and financial detail. Also included are documents that contain other detail and policy information which is to be made available to the public.
The reports below are provided for your information. You will need the free Adobe Reader to view and download the files.
Annual Financial Statement Information
- KRCU FY22 & FY21 Audited Financial Statement - Schedule A - CPB (pdf)
- KRCU FY22 & FY21 Audited Financial Statement (pdf)
- KRCU FY20 & FY19 Audited Financial Statement - Schedule A- CPB(pdf)
- KRCU FY20 & FY19 Audited Financial Statement (pdf)
- KRCU FY18 Audited Financial Statement (pdf)
- FY 2018 - Audited Financial Statement - Schedule A - CPB (pdf)
- KRCU FY17 Audited Financial Statement (pdf)
- FY 2017 - Audited Financial Statement - Schedule A - CPB (pdf)
- KRCU FY16 Audited Financial Statement (pdf)
- FY 2016 - Audited Financial Statement - Schedule A - CPB (pdf)
- KRCU FY15 Audited Financial Statement(pdf)
- FY 2015 - Audited Financial Statement - Schedule A - CPB (pdf)
KRCU Public Radio (KRCU/KSEF/KDMC) is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to the Board of Governors of Southeast Missouri State University.
Governing Board Open Meeting Information
It is the policy of Southeast Missouri State University, licensee of stations KRCU, KDMC and KSEF, that meetings of its Board of Governors and Board Committees that relate to public broadcasting are open to the public, although certain meetings, or portions of meetings, may be closed in order to address confidential or proprietary matters. It is KRCU Public Radio policy to announce on-air any meeting which includes station-specific agenda items.
Station Activities Survey Report
Each year KRCU Public Radio provides a report to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's activities on behalf of the public. These include programming, production, community outreach, educational events, among other criteria. The files below represent the reports filed with CPB for the Station Activities Survey for the most recent reporting period.
- Station Activity Survey - Employment 2022
- Station Activity Survey - Governing Board 2022
- Station Activity Survey - Outreach 2022
- Station Activity Survey - Programming 2022
- Station Activity Survey - Local Content & Services 2022
Southeast Missouri State University, licensee of KRCU, KDMC and KSEF is not required to file an IRS Form 990.
KRCU Public Radio does not employ any "highly compensated employees" as defined by the language of Form 990.
Equal Opportunity Employer
KRCU Public Radio is licensed to Southeast Missouri State University and follows the University’s personnel procedures available at www.semo.edu. Southeast Missouri State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
The FCC requires KRCU to retain records to document that the station has satisfied these EEO requirements. KRCU Radio does this in the form of an annual EEO public file and the file is retained until after grant of the renewal application for the license term during which the vacancy was filled.
KRCU Public Radio (KRCU 90.9 FM, KDMC 88.7 FM and KSEF 88.9 FM) is looking for organizations that regularly distribute information about employment opportunities to job applicants or have job applicants to refer. If your organization would like to receive notification of job vacancies at our stations, please notify:
KRCU Public Radio
One University Plaza
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
Southeast Missouri State University Board of Governors, licensee for KRCU-FM, KSEF-FM, KDMC-FM (collectively “the Stations”), is committed to fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion to maintain a fair, unbiased work environment, and to enhance our ability to effectively serve the public as a media organization.
Public File Documents
Each FCC station licensee is required each quarter to identify issues of importance to its community, and the specific programming it has broadcast in response to those issues during the preceding quarter.
Effective March 1, 2018, public inspection files for all stations are posted on the Federal Communications Commission website.