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On to JSU Program Fosters Natural Talent

On to JSU allows students with intellectual disabilities to have a college experience while earning a state-recognized certificate.

 
Student Finds Her Calling by Organizing Charity Concert 

Attend Concert for Charity on Nov. 8, 6:30 p.m., at First Baptist Church of Jacksonville.
 
Criminal Justice Students Win 10 Regional Awards

JSU's criminal justice professional fraternity, the Alpha Sigma Omega chapter of Lambda Alpha Epsilon, won 10 awards at the organization's regional conference.
 
Transition University Honored for Community Impact

JSU’s Transition University program has been recognized with a 2018 Collaboration Award from the Talladega Area Governor's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.
 
Campus Police and Fraternities Participate in No Shave November

Throughout the month, you’ll see more facial hair sprouting up across campus as JSU students and employees participate in No Shave November to support two worthy causes.
 
JSU Housing Honored by Alabama Peers

The Alabama Association of Housing Officers has named JSU the Institution of the Year.
 
JSU Botanist Awarded $20,000 Grant to Research Endangered Plant

Dr. Jimmy Triplett, assistant professor of biology and curator of the JSU Herbarium, has been awarded a $20,000 grant by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
 
JSU BOO: Halloween Happenings

Get into the “spirit” of the season on JSU's campus at one of many Halloween events scheduled for 2018.
 
Campus Recognizes Domestic Abuse Awareness Month

In the five minutes* it takes you to read this article, 120 people across the US will have experienced rape, physical violence or stalking by an intimate partner.
 
Recap from October 2018 Trustee Meeting

The JSU Board of Trustees met on campus on Oct. 15-16 for its fall quarterly meeting.
 
2018 Gamecock Gallop 5K Goes Virtual

As construction continues on campus following last spring's tornado, the Department of Kinesiology has decided to make its annual Gamecock Gallop 5K a virtual run this year.
 
JSU Drama Opens Season with "She Kills Monsters"

The production is the biggest, most complicated, in JSU Drama history.
 
Applied Engineering Supports Booming Alabama Industry

More than 94 percent of JSU's applied engineering graduates find work in their chosen field, according to Chris Marker, interim department head.
 
Celebrating Our Differences

Diversity - A single word that encompasses everything.
 
Losing Home Doesn't Stop Professor From Promoting JSU

As a professor with JSU Center for Applied Forensics, Joseph Scott Morgan never misses a chance to promote Jacksonville, even after a tornado destroys his home.