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JSU Creates Teacher Prep Program with Southern Union State

Students are able to earn college credit simultaneously at the community college and university level.

 
University Mourns Beloved Communication Professor

Jerry Chandler died from Parkinson’s Disease on Aug. 15.
 
FEMA Public Notice - Merrill Hall and the Alumni House

FEMA Public Notice of Section 106 Consultation Process for Merrill Hall and the Alumni House at JSU Campus
 
Trustees Approve Plans to Replace Merrill and Wallace Halls

Demolition is set to begin this month, with construction slated for January. Both projects are projected for completion in 2021.
 
Demolition of Merrill Hall Set to Begin

Ceremony planned for July 29 at 10 a.m.
 
Southerners Return to Campus Bigger Than Ever

The band will march its biggest ensemble yet and perform at a national competition this fall.
 
JSU Signs Transfer Agreement with Calhoun Community College

Transfer Pathways works to facilitate a seamless transfer of students to the university.
 
JSU Elects First Hispanic SGA President

Mexican-American student Ulises Herrera becomes university's first student body president.
 
Incoming Freshmen Get a Fast Start for Fall

Fast Start Academy has a strong record of putting freshmen on the path to success.
 
Independence Day Hours

Dining and Rec Center hours for the July 4th holiday.
 
Scotty McCreery Announced for Welcome Week

The JSU Student Government Association is bringing country music chart topper and American Idol winner Scotty McCreery to campus on Aug. 22.
 
Revamped Financial Aid Software Removes Frustration for Students

Lines are short, processes is quicker, students are happier.
 
Fraternity and Sorority Students Earn the Grade While Giving Back

Greek students posted an average 3.13 GPA while raising $102,000 and volunteering 13,000 hours for charity.
 
JSU Pride: First Openly Gay Professor Shares His Story

JSU’s first openly gay professor reflects on 30 years of a university’s growing tolerance
 
JSU Launches Faster Master’s Program

In select programs, undergrads can take up to 12 hours of graduate coursework and count them towards both the bachelor’s and master’s degrees.