This research appraises Unilag f.m, Diamond f.m, and Unilotin f.m as campus radio stations in Nigeria. The works attempt to critically analyze the exact role of campus broadcasting to the mass media profession. Moreover, this project has been able to examine the operations and activities of UNILAG F.M, DIAMOND F.M and UNILORIN F.M which are all topmost stations among the campus stations in Nigeria. The research is hinged on the Development Media Theory and System theory. Survey method of research was employed, as the researcher purposively select his respondents from the chosen campus stations.150 questionnaires were administered to the respondents, out of which 138 copies were correctly filled and returned, this indicates a response rate of 92%. However, findings revealed that the selected campus broadcast stations have positively affected their host environments in terms of news reports, but were subjected to persistent interference by the school authority. The research, therefore, recommends among others that campus broadcast stations should work in line with their purpose of establishment, mission, and philosophy, and should also ensure strict adherence with journalistic reporting ethics towards avoiding interference and influence.