JSU Moves Up in Annual US News Rankings
US News & World Report released its annual rankings of Best Colleges this week and Jacksonville State has made a significant leap – moving up 10 spots to No. 64 among Best Regional Universities in the South.
Jacksonville State is mourning the tragic loss of longtime staff member Roger Measles, who died Sept. 15 along with his fiancée, Jessica Slater, following a motorcycle accident north of Jacksonville.
Coach Mark Sanders and his wife, Dawn, wanted to share their blessings with others by establishing the Coach Mark and Dawn Sanders Scholarship at Jacksonville State. It’s awarded to a junior or senior studying education or wellness.
Dr. Jerald Abercrombie, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, passed away on Sept. 8. He was 81.
Jacksonville State was honored to host the Alabama Commission on Higher Education (ACHE) on campus for its quarterly meeting on Sept. 7-8.
A group of distinguished educators and academics will soon descend upon Jacksonville State's campus to discuss and debate one of the most central ideas of America itself – democracy.
For the third consecutive year, Jacksonville State University has broken its all-time enrollment record. The fall census numbers were released on Friday, showing an overall headcount of 9,672 students.
Jacksonville State is working to expand its transportation system, jsuRIDE, to accommodate an influx of new users this fall.
The family, friends and coworkers of JSU student Mariah Casiano will hold a memorial service in her honor on Monday, Sept. 4, at 6 p.m. on the front steps of the Theron Montgomery Building. Everyone is invited.
It’s a question Dee Salls has heard most of his life – no matter where he goes – anytime his last name comes up in conversation. “Are you related to Don Salls?” The answer, of course, is yes.
Jacksonville State will be closed for Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 4, 2023. Offices will not open and classes will not meet. The following hours will be in effect for campus services.
Enjoying their first semester on campus this fall are the recipients of JSU's top award for incoming students, the JSU Honors Scholarship.
The JSU American Democracy Project has partnered with the Judge Frank Johnson Institute to present a bipartisan Free Speech Forum featuring a panel of noted legal experts on Oct. 3, 6-8 p.m., on the 11th floor of Houston Cole Library. The event is free and open to the public.
Bee Gray loves birds – all types – but the birds that have a special place in their heart make most people shout, “Eeeeewwww!”
As announced over the summer, JaxCash is a required dining fee for all freshman and sophomore students enrolled in six or more credit hours of in-person or hybrid classes who do not already have a meal plan.