JSU Art Department Hosts Exit Strategy Show on April 13
The JSU Art Department will host “Exit Strategy,” the Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Arts senior capstone project art show, on Thursday, April 13. This event will take place 5-7 p.m. in Hammond Gallery. Admission is free.
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Tina Deshotels
Dr. Tina Deshotels, professor and coordinator of the sociology program at JSU, feels responsible for helping her students grow into better people over the course of the semester.
University Monitoring Severe Storm System
Please stay weather aware. All students, faculty and staff are strongly encouraged to enroll in the university's Emergency Alert System.
There’s No Place Like Wonderland: “Dorothy Meets Alice”
JSU Drama will present "Dorothy Meets Alice," a fantastical trip through Wonderland and Oz, April 7-9.
Campus Closed on April 5 Due to Severe Weather Threat
SU will be closed on Wednesday, April 5, due to two rounds of severe weather that are forecast for our area.
Cockystock Brings Cool Vibes
The SGA invites campus to the fourth annual Cockystock music and arts festival on April 5.
Annual Education Fair Slated for April 13
The Department of Career Services and the School of Education will host the 5th annual Education Fair, a reverse career fair, on April 13, 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., at the Pete Mathews Coliseum.
Faculty Spotlight: David Thornton
Associate professor of computer science and gaming expert David Thornton helps students "level up" in class and in life.
Annual Calhoun County Spring Shrimp Boil Heats Up on April 20
The 12th Annual Calhoun County Spring Shrimp Boil will be held at the JSU Alumni House pavilion on Thursday, April 20, 6–8pm.
JSU Partners with 2GNO.ME to Innovate Teacher Professional Development
Jacksonville State University's Collaborative Regional Education (CORE) program and 2gno.me have partnered to bring a first-of-its-kind professional development program to K-12 administrators and teachers across the nation.
JSU Remembers the Holocaust on April 13
JSU will host its annual Holocaust Remembrance event on April 13, 7:30 p.m., in the Stone Performing Arts Center. This event is free and open to the public.
Library Hosts Game Day on April 18
The Houston Cole Library invites students to relax and unwind during the week of finals with a board and card game day on April 18. This event will run from 1 p.m. until 10 p.m. on the 11th floor of the Houston Cole Library.
2017 Season Football Tickets Now on Sale
Season Tickets are now on sale for the 2017 Jacksonville State football season, one that will feature five home games and a nationally-televised opener in Montgomery.
JSU Calls for Applications for Second GenCyber Security Camp
Jacksonville State University is excited to announce that the second GenCyber camp will take place July 10-14 in Ayers Hall on the university’s campus. The week-long camp will provide cyber security training for 25 high school and middle school teachers in the fields of math, computer science, technology and social studies.
Faculty Spotlight: Jan Gryko
Chemistry Professor Jan Gryko has the "solution" for making classes engaging.
Unmask the Magic of “The Phantom of the Opera” June 9-18
He’s here…the Phantom of the Opera, that is! The Jacksonville Opera Theatre (JOT) proudly presents “The Phantom of the Opera” June 9-18, at the Oxford Performing Arts Center.
International House Hosts Annual Awards Banquet
On April 14, 2017, the annual International House awards banquet, sponsored by the International Endowment Foundation, banquet was held in the Houston Cole Library.
Jacksonville State University Announces 2017 Spring Commencement
Plans are set for Jacksonville State University's Spring 2017 graduation, which will be held April 28, 2017 at Pete Mathews Coliseum.
SBDC Client Named Small Business Person of the Year
A client of the JSU Small Business Development Center, Jodie Ray Stanfield, has been named the 2017 Alabama Small Business Person of the Year. Stanfield is owner of Local Joe’s Trading Post in Rainbow City.
Student Gets Diploma for Birthday
For any college student, graduation day is among the biggest days of one’s life. But for Sydney Reed Jones, her college graduation will take place on her 22nd birthday, April 28, making it all the more special.
Annual Marching Ballerina Fundraiser Showcase Kicks Off May 12
The JSU Marching Ballerinas will host their 6th annual Marching Ballerina Fundraiser Showcase on Friday, May 12, at 7 p.m., in the Stone Center Auditorium. The minimum suggested donation is $5, and all donations are welcomed.
JSU Professor Appointed to State Reading Committee
Dr. Janet Bavonese, assistant professor of elementary and reading education and department head for the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, was appointed as co-chair of the Alabama State Department of Education Strategic Planning Committee on Reading by the State Superintendent of Education.
JSU Coordinator Lands Grant for Teachers to Attend CORE
Weaver Elementary School was recently awarded a $750 grant from M&H Valve, part of the McWane Foundation, to send 10 teachers to CORE Academy as a collaborative effort between Jennifer McCullars, JSU CORE conference coordinator in the Institute for Innovation, and Summer Davis, principal at Weaver Elementary School.
Anonymous Threat Made on JSU Graduation Ceremonies
JSU authorities have received an anonymous communication from an individual threatening to disrupt graduation ceremonies on Friday, April 28.