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Connect With Prospective Employers at the Annual Fall Career Fair Oct. 7

Are you ready to explore your future? It's time for the annual Fall Career Fair!

 
Oct. 7 Wellness Wednesday to Offer Cancer-Fighting Lunch, Education

Did you know that what you eat can affect your risk for cancer? On Wednesday, Oct. 7, have a lunch of cancer-fighting foods and learn more about how a healthy lifestyle reduces cancer risk at Wellness Wednesday
 
Halloween Tricks, Homecoming Treats- Campus Prepares for Oct. 31 Homecoming

The weather may be cooling down, but Jacksonville State University is turning up the heat this October in preparation its Halloween Homecoming on Oct. 31. Here is the full schedule of events...
 
Latin American Film Festival Returns to JSU Oct. 6

Jacksonville State University's Department of History and Foreign Languages in conjunction with Spanish and Latin American cinema distribution company PRAGDA and the Spanish Ministry on Education and Culture will present the 2015 Spanish Film Club on campus Oct. 6 - Nov. 10.
 
Boo to You from JSU

Campus is offering spooktacular events to guarantee a ghoulishly good time this October.
 
JSU to Recognize 2015 Alumni Award Winners at Homecoming

The JSU Alumni Association will honor five recipients of the 2015 Alumni Awards during Homecoming on Oct. 31.
 
JSU Thinks Pink

Along with the autumnal shades of red, yellow, brown and orange this October, the City of Jacksonville has also turned pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Campus and community organizations are working to heighten awareness and raise funds for breast cancer research.
 
Annual JSU and Little River Canyon Center Half Marathon Slated for Oct. 10

Join runners from around the Southeast as Jacksonville State University and Little River Canyon Center host the 4th annual half marathon slated for Saturday, October 10, 2015 at 8 a.m. Registration fee is $50 prior to October 10 (online registration) or $70 day of race.
 
Educational Kiosk Installed at JSU’s Little River Canyon Center

The Alabama Clean Water Partnership, a statewide nonprofit organization focused on stormwater education, has teamed up with the Jacksonville State University to place an educational computer kiosk programmed with fun, water-related educational games at the Little River Canyon Center in Fort Payne.
 
JSU Music Faculty Recital Slated for Oct. 13

JSU’s Dr. Jeremy Benson will perform a recital of music from different musical periods on Tuesday, October 13, 2015. This event will take place in the Mason Hall Performance Center on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free.
 
JSU Board of Trustees to Meet on October 19

The Jacksonville State University Board of Trustees will hold their quarterly meeting on Monday, Oct. 19, 2015 at 10 a.m. on the eleventh floor of the Houston Cole Library.
 
Priority Pre-Registration Opens Nov. 9-13

Priority pre-registration for Spring 2016 will be November 9-13, 2015. Priority pre-registration allows students, depending on their number of hours earned, to register for classes before open registration.
 
JSU Awarded $330K Grant to Support Veteran Students

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Jacksonville State University a grant totaling $330,726 to establish a Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Success on campus.
 
Power Outage on NE Side of Campus

All remaining classes and activities on the northeast side of JSU's campus have been canceled for Oct. 14.
 
Meet Cocky's BFF

Niki Martin has made a lot of friends since enrolling at JSU. Her favorite is a Cocky – the university’s beloved Gamecock mascot. The two have become inseparable since Martin became leader of the mascot program.
 
Rotary Recognizes JSU Criminologist

The Albertville Rotary Club has awarded its highest honor – the Paul Harris Fellow medallion – to noted crime scene investigator Joseph Scott Morgan, a distinguished scholar of applied forensics at JSU.
 
Breast Cancer Awareness Walk Slated for Oct. 21

The Department of University Housing and Residence Life is hosting its annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk on Oct. 21, at 3:30 p.m., beginning at the front of Bibb Graves Hall.
 
Recap of the October 19 JSU Board of Trustees Meeting

The passage of the university’s budget for fiscal year 2016 and a lengthy discussion about enrollment and retention made up much of the Jacksonville State University Board of Trustees’ quarterly meeting held Oct. 19 at Houston Cole Library.
 
Students to Cast Votes for Homecoming Top 5 King, Queen Finalists on Oct. 22

The 2015 JSU Homecoming Pageant was held on Oct. 14, 2015 and the top 10 Queen and King candidates were selected. Now it is up to our students to narrow the field of hopefuls to five each for JSU's 2015 Homecoming King and Queen finalists.
 
JSU Chooses Homecoming Court; Will Select Queen and King on Oct. 29

The Jacksonville State University student body will select their 2015 Homecoming Queen and King in online voting on Thursday, Oct. 29. The winners will be announced at the homecoming pep rally at JSU Stadium later that evening.
 
JSU Cautions Campus on Potential Homecoming Threat

The University Police Department has received a report of a verbal threat from an individual expressing intent to do harm during the university’s upcoming Homecoming weekend.
 
JSU to Ease College Transition for Students with Intellectual Disabilities Thanks to $456K Grant

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded JSU a grant totaling more than $456,000 to support a students with intellectual disabilities in their transition to higher education.
 
JSU Students Enjoy Cosplay Culture

For cosplay fanatics, it's Halloween all the year through.
 
Allison Newton is October Employee of the Month

Grant proposal expert Allison Newton has been named this month's star employee at JSU.
 
Alicia Simmons Appointed to State Commission on Digital Learning

Alicia Simmons, JSU’s vice president for Research, Planning and Collaboration, has been appointed to the Digital Learning Study Commission by Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard and Senate President Pro Tempore Del Marsh.
 
JSU A Cappella Choir Kicks Off the Holiday Season on Nov. 8

Christmas is just eight weeks away and the JSU A Cappella Choir is kicking off the holiday season with Latin American flair at its winter concert on Nov. 8, 3 p.m., at First Baptist Church of Oxford.
 
Community Invited to Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov. 11

JSU and the City of Jacksonville have joined forces to present a Veterans Day ceremony for the community on November 11, 10:30 a.m., in the Pete Mathews Coliseum on the university campus. Col. Martine Kidd, commander of the Anniston Army Depot, will serve as guest speaker.
 

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