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Summer Program Prepares Deaf and Hard of Hearing for College

JSU Disability Resources hosts summer camp for recent high school graduates who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

JSU Invited to Join First Scholars Network

The university is one of 76 universities to join the network this year, due to its commitment to first-generation college students.
Summer Hours and Information

A list of hours and information for the remainder of the spring semester, the summer semester and the short break in-between.
Business Students Place Sixth in Global Competition

Two teams competed against schools such as MIT, UC Berkeley and Johns Hopkins University.
Jax State Announces Spring 2023 Honors List

More than 2,200 undergraduates were recognized for their outstanding academic performance in Spring 2023.
Economic Summit Highlights Strong Labor Market for East Alabama

The JSU Center for Economic Development and Business Research discussed economic conditions in East Alabama at annual summit.
Walking the Line to Make Graduates Feel Special

Commencement readers walk the line before every graduation ceremony, checking the pronunciation or preferred name of each graduate.
Dr. David Thornton Named a Fulbright Scholar

The computer science professor will serve as a visiting professor at Graz University of Technology in Graz, Austria, this fall.
Gamecock Anglers Win Bassmaster College Series, Headed to Nationals

JSU students Seth Elkins and Dale Hansard won the two-day event held on Red River in northwest Louisiana.
JSU Jazz Ensemble Wins DownBeat Award

Student jazz group wins prestigious industry award.
JSU Unveils Summer Youth Camp Lineup

Once again, the university has organized several summer camps and programs to get future Gamecocks off the couch and on campus this summer.
Longleaf Studios Nominated for Three Emmys

The studio, which won two Emmys in 2022, is up for three awards in 2023 for its work for Alabama Public Television.
Nancy Grace Awarded an Honorary Doctorate

The famed television legal analyst was presented an honorary doctorate and served as keynote speaker at spring commencement.
JSU Center Grows Local Economy One Small Business at a Time

The SBDC assisted in the creation of 137 jobs, 33 new businesses and $3.6 million in accessed growth capital in 2022.
University Initiates Parking Study

Outside consultants are examining traffic and parking so a long-term strategy may be created to address concerns.