SCOLA and Language TV

Macintosh Computer Lab of the ILRC Macintosh Computer Lab of the ILRC
Windows Computer Lab in the ILRC Windows Computer Lab in the ILRC
 The ILRC Lounge Area  The ILRC Lounge Area
 Students at work in the ILRC  Students at work in the ILRC
 Irvin Hall in the Fall  Irvin Hall in the Fall
 Arabic Students in the Windows Lab  Arabic Students in the Windows Lab
 Arabic Students in the Windows Lab  Arabic Students in the Windows Lab
 Dr. Domínguez-Búrdalo with Spanish Students  Dr. Domínguez-Búrdalo with Spanish Students
  Dr. Domínguez-Búrdalo with Spanish Students   Dr. Domínguez-Búrdalo with Spanish Students

SCOLA Programming

SCOLA logo

SCOLA is moving from their satellite feeds to web-based on-demand only TV Programming. This change means that SCOLA is moving off of Miami's Cable TV lineup and will be available exclusively via the web.

For the university-wide username and password, click the button below:

Email Me SCOLA Login Info

Connect to SCOLA and enter the Miami University campus-wide username and password.

SCOLA is a non-profit educational organization that receives and re-transmits television programming from around the world in native languages. SCOLA also provides other language learning content on this website. Miami University uses SCOLA content for current news, language study and cultural enhancement.

  • Channel 1 - News from Around the World
  • Channel 2 - News and News Talk
  • Channel 3 - The SCOLA and CYRTV Yellow River Confucius Institute Channel
  • Channel 4 - Discussion (Talk Shows, Politics, Business, Religion and Military)
  • Channel 5 - Leisure (Sports, Food, Reality, Travel, Gardening/Agriculture and Animals/Wildlife)
  • Channel 6 - Education (Documentaries, Educational Programming, Children's Shows, Medical Programs, Science Shows, History Programming and Diet/Health/Exercise Shows)
  • Channel 7 - Variety (Culture, Variety, Game Shows and Music)
  • Channel 8 - Entertainment (Entertainment, Dramas, Movies, Soap Operas, Sitcoms, Animation, Do-It-Yourself/Crafts/Hobbies and Makeover Shows)

Language Channels via MUTV

The following channels are language specific broadcasting services that are available on Miami's digital tier cable system. For more information about Miami's digital offerings, please contact IT Services.

CCTV-4 LogoCCTV-4 (Chinese International)
Miami Digital Channel 4.1

CCTV LogoCCTV News (Chinese National)
Miami Digital Channel 4.2

Univision LogoUnivision East (Spanish)
Miami Digital Channel 4.3

Deutsche Welle LogoDeutsche Welle (German)
Miami Digital Channel 4.4

TV5 LogoTV5 (French)
Miami Digital Channel 4.5

Once TV LogoOnce Mexico (Spanish)
Miami Digital Channel 30.5