Read the 2011-2012 JSU Annual Report Online
Jacksonville State University's 2011-2012 Annual Report, "Jacksonville State University, a Learning Centered University" is now available.
Alpha Xi Delta to Host Southeast Regional Officer Training on Campus Saturday, February 2
Alpha Xi Delta will host the Southeast Regional Area Wide Officer Training on the Jacksonville State University campus on Saturday, Feb. 2. Alpha Xi Delta chapter officers from Alabama, Georgia, Western Kentucky, Louisiana and Tennessee will be on campus for a day-long training. Approximately 100 Alpha Xi's will be in attendance.
JSU Small Business Development Center and the SBA Will Offer One-On-One Counseling
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center and the SBA will offer one-on-one counseling.
JSU Small Business Development Center the SBA and the Pell City Chamber of Commerce Will Offer One-On-One Counseling
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center the SBA, and the Pell City Chamber of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling.
"How Sweet it is to be a Xi"
Interested in Greek Life? Come get to know Alpha Xi Delta, and help us do something wonderful for the Learning Tree.
Apple to Offer On-Campus Faculty Workshops on February 11
Apple will conduct two iPad workshops for JSU faculty on February 11 in Ayers Hall, Room 355. The topics are "Tips and Tricks on iPad for Educators" and "Creating Educational Content on a Mac."
SGA Blood Drive is Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 6-7 at TMB
Give the gift of life at the SGA Blood Drive on Wednesday and Thursday, February 6-7 from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. in the Theron Montgomery Building Auditorium.
Saturday, April 13 is Take Pride in Jacksonville Day
Help spruce up our city on Saturday, April 13 at 'Take Pride in Jacksonville Day.'
College of Arts and Sciences Student Symposium on Feb. 13-14
The College of Arts and Sciences Student Symposium will be February 13-14, 2013.
JSU Honors Program collecting shoes
JSU Honors Program collecting shoes during the month of February.
Hammond Hall Gallery Exhibit 'The Deep Song' by Helen DeRamus Opens Feb. 7
In conjunction with this years Kaleidoscope Festival of the Arts, Hammond Hall Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of The Deep Song, a collection of encaustic paintings by artist Helen DeRamus. There will be an opening reception on Thursday, February 7 for the exhibit, which runs through February 28.
JSU Chamber Winds, Ole Miss Wind Ensemble to Present Joint Concert February 17
On Sunday, February 17, Jacksonville State University’s Chamber Winds will perform a joint concert on campus with the Ole Miss Wind Ensemble.
Partial Campus Power Outage Scheduled for Sunday, February 10
A brief power outage has been scheduled for Sunday, February 10, beginning at 7 a.m. This outage is required to provide service to the new Softball Complex and should be completed within two hours.
Crossroads to Freedom and Equality- The Emancipation Proclamation and the March on Washington
Charlcie Pettway Vann, one of JSU's public service librarians, researched photos and books pertaining the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation and 50th anniversary of the March on Washington in honor of African American History Month.
JSU Presents Kaleidoscope 2013, a Spring Festival of the Arts
Jacksonville State University's College of Arts and Sciences presents Kaleidoscope 2013, a Spring Festival of the Arts. Here are some upcoming events that lovers of music, art and drama should not miss. Unless otherwise noted, admission is free.
Black History Month Events at JSU
The Jacksonville State University Student Government Association and Multicultural Programming present the following events for Black History Month 2013.
Clint Carlson departing JSU as V.P., Administrative & Business Affairs
Clint Carlson departing JSU after 10 years of service. Allyson G. Barker to assume as acting V.P. during search for replacement
JSU Honors Program Selling Discount Cards for Relay for Life
The JSU Honors Program is again selling business discount cards. The cards provide discounts from 15 local businesses and sell for $5.00.
One Billion Rising-- Event to Stop Violence Against Women and Girls on JSU Campus February 14
On Thursday, February 14, 2nd Chance, Inc. will join with activists around Alabama and the world for ONE BILLION RISING, the largest day of action in the history of V-Day, the global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. As part of the event, from 10 a.m. - noon, JSU community members and anti-violence advocates will speak at the amphitheatre at Jacksonville State University.
Allison McInnis is JSU Employee of Month for February 2013
Congratulations to Ms. Allison McInnis, JSU's Employee of the Month for February 2013. Ms. McInnis is Coordinator of Residence Life.
Valentine Dinner at the Caf
Bring your sweetheart to the Caf for surf, turf and more on Valentines Day!
Martin Hall Chili Cook-Off for Relay for Life Set for February 20
The 7th annual Martin Hall Chili Cook-Off will be held Wednesday February 20 from 11:45 a.m. - 1 p.m. in the lobby of Martin Hall. Proceeds will benefit American Cancer Society Calhoun County/JSU Honors Program Relay for Life team.
JSU Drama Presents 'Brigadoon' Feb 21 - Mar 3
The JSU production is resplendent with authentic Scottish dances, tartans and kilts, and a talented cast made up of students from all over campus, including the Drama and Music departments. Please join us for this beautiful story of love, magic, and faith in the impossible!
Fulbright Program Presentation
Please join us for a special Academe program highlighting the Fulbright program on Feb. 19 at 3:15 in the Houston Cole Library.
Priority Pre-Registration for Summer & Fall Semesters 2013
Priority Pre-Registration for Summer & Fall Semesters 2013 begins March 11.
Priority Pre-Registration allows students, depending on their number of hours earned, to register for classes before Open Registration.
Free Pizza for Students, Free Admission for Faculty, Staff and Local Churches at Feb. 20 Home Basketball Game vs. SEMO
The last home game for the JSU Men's Basketball team will bring some great perks for students, faculty, staff and local churches.
From the Higher Education Partnership-- An Update on Legislative Action
The 2013 legislative season is just starting and it has been busy. The Higher Education Partnership is pleased to report a positive beginning for the state’s public universities.
Canadian Pianist to Perform at JSU's Foothills Piano Festival
Pianist Jeremey Samolesky will be featured in recital as part of JSU's annual Foothills Piano Festival on Thursday, February 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the Mason Hall Performance Center.
'The Dating Doctor' David Coleman to Appear at JSU Feb. 25
JSU, are you romantically challenged? Make your appointment with the Dating Doctor! Counseling Services and the JSU Peer Educators are partnering with University Housing and Residence Life, JSU Athletics, and Greek Life to bring David Coleman, "The Dating Doctor" to JSU in recognition of February and Healthy Relationships Month.
Senator Richard Shelby to Address Area Residents at Cleburne County Mountain Center on Feb. 19
U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) will join the residents of Cleburne County for a “Meet & Greet” on Tuesday, February 19, 2013, at 10 a.m. The meeting, which is open to the public, will take place at the Cleburne County Mountain Center located at 6751 Highway 78, Heflin, Alabama.
Dr. Jim Stoeckel Presents Biology Seminar
Dr. Jim Stoeckel, from the Dept. of Fisheries at Auburn, will present a biology seminar on Feb. 22, at 3:30 p.m. in rm. 122 of Martin Hall.
JSU Jazz Night at Onas Music Room in Birmingham
Join us for a night of hot jazz at Ona's Music Room in Birmingham. JSU Jazz Ensembles I, II, and the Latin Ensemble will be performing with special guests from the Birmingham and Tuscaloosa area.
Alpha Omicron Pi Sponsors 'Strike Out Arthritis' One Pitch Benefit Softball Tournament
The JSU Chapter of AOII will sponsor a 'Strike Out Arthritis' One Pitch Benefit Softball Tournament on Thursday, March 7 at 4 p.m. at the Oxford Softball Complex.
Disruption in Morning Campus Mail Service on Feb. 21
Due to a staffing conflict, there will be no delivery/pickup of campus mail on Thursday morning, February 21, with the exception of Bibb Graves Hall. Regular delivery and pickup of campus mail will resume as scheduled on Thursday afternoon. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Alumni Association & STAT Club to host student etiquette dinner Mar. 6
The JSU Alumni Association and STAT Club will host a student etiquette dinner on Wed., Mar. 6, 2013, in Leone Cole Auditorium at 6 p.m.
JSU Choirs Combine to Perform Mozart’s Requiem
A Cappella Choir and The Calhoun County Civic Chorale will join forces to perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Requiem, at First United Methodist Church in Anniston. The choirs will be accompanied by an orchestra of JSU students, faculty and professional string players from the Birmingham area.
UPDATED- JSU Dining Services Hosts JSU's Battle of the Chefs on March 12
Sodexo is looking for the best student chef and it could be you! The competition will heat up on February 26 at the Jack Hopper Dining Hall. Contestants must be available on that date from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
KA Faculty Appreciation Cookout on March 8
The brothers of Kappa Alpha will host a Faculty Appreciation Cookout at the JSU Alumni House on Friday, March 8 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. All JSU faculty and staff are invited to attend.
Digital Measures Training Offered on Feb. 28 and March 1
Below is a list of upcoming Digital Measures training sessions for JSU faculty, adjunct faculty and staff who teach classes. If you've never been to training or just need a refresher, these sessions are for you. Training will last no longer than 30 minutes.
Merrill Building Blood Drive on April 4
There will be an American Red Cross Blood Drive in Merrill Building on April 4 from noon - 4:30 p.m.
Spring Jazz Showcase
The Spring Jazz Showcase on Friday, Feb 22, will feature Jazz Ensembles I, II, III, and the Latin Ensemble. All groups are directed by Dr. Andy Nevala, Director of Jazz Studies; Dr. Tony McCutchen Co-Directs the Latin ensemble.
Make appointment to donate blood on April 4
Red Cross blood drive at the Merrill Building on Apr. 4 from noon - 4:30 p.m.
Make Internship, Job Connections at "Get Linked" on February 26
Success after school begins with making the right connections. The Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Jacksonville State University are working to give JSU students the opportunity to connect with area professionals of all levels at "Get Linked," which will be on Tuesday, February 26, from 4 - 6 p.m. at the Hampton Inn in Jacksonville.
Legendary Artie Shaw Orchestra to Play at JSU on March 1
On the eve of America's entry into World War II, TIME magazine reported that to the German masses the United States meant "sky-scrapers, Clark Gable, and Artie Shaw." Several decades later, the Orchestra that carries Shaw's name is still performing.
Whirlwind of Color 5K to Cross Campus on April 27
The First Whirlwind of Color 5K will cross the JSU campus on Saturday, April 27. Registration is available on Active.com.
PR Office Seeks to Tell JSU Story Through Historic Objects
We need your help, JSU! To commemorate our 130th birthday, which we officially celebrated on February 22, we are beginning a special project inspired by the New York Times' "A History of New York in 50 Objects." Our goal is to find 50 objects that tell the JSU story and we are calling upon our alumni, students, employees and friends to help to identify and photograph those objects.
Early Spring Frog Pond Adventure on Saturday, March 2
Experience “love” from a frog’s point of view! Join the one-and-only “Dr. Frog” George Cline (JSU Biology) for an unforgettable evening of romance and songs from the first amphibian voices of the season.
David Haynes, Bailey and Roscoe to Share Tales of Alabama Outdoor Adventures in Free Program at JSU
By cycle and by canoe, David Haynes and his canine companions Bailey and Roscoe have seen some of Alabama’s greatest natural places. On Monday, March 4, Haynes will share their travel stories during a special evening program at the Houston Cole Library.
Wendy Zomlefer presents biology seminar Mar. 1
Wendy Zomlefer, curator of the herbarium from
department of plant biology of the University of Georgia, presents "Rare herbarium specimens reveal the phylogeny of Schoenocaulon (Melanthiaceae)"
HVAC Replacement Beginning in Bibb Graves Hall
Work will commence on HVAC Replacement in Bibb Graves Hall during the weekend of March 2. This project could take as long as 60 days to complete and will be finished by May 1. During the demolition and construction phases, contractors will be in the building each day and the routines in some offices will be disrupted. Please read the following information if you work in Bibb Graves Hall. Thank you in advance for your understanding