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JSU Experts Find Creative Solutions to PPE and Hand Sanitizer Shortages

Chemistry and applied engineering faculty and staff convert uncommon items into much-needed protective supplies.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Activities have been planned for online observation.
English Department Launches Lecture Series

Published authors to read from work at free public lecture series.
2020 Student Elections to Take Place Online

Voting has occurred online for years, but for 2020 the entire campaign and election process will happen virtually.
JSU Volunteers Sew Masks for Health Care Workers

More than 500 masks have been donated to date to Alabama hospitals and nursing homes.
Piano Professor's Carnegie Hall Recital Postponed

Rachel Park's long-awaited Carnegie debut has been postponed to next season.
JSU Advisors Work to Help Local Businesses Survive Pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the US economy, it’s creating an all-hands-on-deck situation for the advisors of JSU’s Small Business Development Center.
Auditions Rescheduled for Marching Ballerinas

Due to COVID-19, auditions have been postponed to May 23-24.
Partial Power Outage Planned for March 25

Due to construction, power will be shut off on part of JSU's campus on March 25.
Announcement Regarding International Travel

Due to growing concern regarding the Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID19), Jacksonville State University’s administration has decided to cancel all university sponsored international travel effective immediately until further notice.
Students Present Research at Annual Symposium

More than 50 research papers, posters and projects were presented at the 2020 JSU Student Symposium.
JSU Named Top Fraternity and Sorority Community in the Southeast

The Southeastern Greek Leadership Association honored JSU as the Fraternity and Sorority Community of the Year on Feb. 22.
Arbor Day Foundation Honors JSU

The Arbor Day Foundation has once again named Jacksonville State a Tree Campus USA for its commitment to effective urban forest management.
Join the Famed Marching Ballerinas

Audition weekend will be held April 4-5.
Campus Mourns Former University Librarian

William J. Hubbard, who served as professor and University Librarian of Houston Cole Library for 20 years, recently passed away.