JSU’s Supplemental Instruction Program Gains Accreditation
JSU’s Supplemental Instruction (SI) program recently became the first in Alabama to earn accreditation.
Students interested in publishing careers gain hands-on experience helping manage the International publication.
JSU will be closed for Thanksgiving Break on Nov. 21-25.
The new documentary about Alabama’s Poarch Band of Creek Indians will premiere on Alabama Public Television on Nov. 17.
The Marching Southerners were presented the Heisman of marching bands, the Sudler Trophy, during halftime of the final home football game of the season on Nov. 12.
Apply now for admission to the Doctor of Education (EdD) in educational leadership, which begins in Spring 2023.
A week of fun-filled Halloween festivities is planned for Oct. 24-31.
Liliana Joie Byrd, who served as drum major of the Marching Southerners in 2014 and 2015 after marching on the flute line, has been crowned Ms. Veteran America.
EdSights presents the university an inaugural PERSIST Award during New York summit.
Dr. Rebecca O. Turner has been inducted into the Alabama Social Work Hall of Fame for her contributions to the field of social work throughout her career.
Homecoming King and Queen were crowned at a carnival on Oct. 20.
Legendary criminal profiler and retired FBI special agent John E. Douglas is scheduled to speak on campus.
The Southeastern Leadership Command College will train law enforcement professionals to lead departments and agencies.
JSU’s recent move to a centralized advising model appears to be an early success.
Combat weight gain from the Halloween sugar binge by adding exercise to your routine in October.