JSU Signs Agreement with Cherokee County Chamber
Beginning in Fall 2022, the university will offer a 20 percent corporate tuition scholarship to chamber members.
The musical adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" will take the stage in Mason Hall's Recital Hall on May 20-22 and 27-29.
Once again, JSU is offering several unique courses for Fall 2022.
The university has added new courses this summer to help students get ahead in their studies and have fun in the process.
Graduating education majors have earned a 95 percent pass rate on the high-stakes Teacher Performance Assessment, demonstrating their readiness for the classroom.
Unit will now be known as the Lyons & Company, Inc. Department of Management and Marketing
The fourth Out of the Shadows Summit will be held on May 13, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at Oxford Civic Center.
School is almost out for summer! Get the kids off the couch and on campus through one of the many summer camps, youth programs and activities offered at JSU in 2022.
A list of hours, information and reminders for the remainder of the spring semester, the summer semester and the short break in-between.
The university honored outstanding faculty, celebrated those who received promotion and tenure, awarded service pins and recognized those who are retiring.
The JSU Army ROTC and Gamecock Athletics have partnered to host the Alabama Fighting Championship X: Army Guns on April 30.
Designers Emily Lankford and Richie Rivas in JSU Marketing Services have received several honors from the 2021 Collegiate Advertising Awards program.
The new locker room will be named the Clarence W. Daugette III Locker Room but will affectionately be known as "The Daug House."
The Alabama Commission on Higher Education has awarded JSU a $94,000 grant to expand its Summer Bridge program, offering even more support to incoming students as they transition from high school to college.
Outstanding students were recognized for their achievements over the past academic year.