JSU to Dedicate Historic Marker Honoring First Black Student
The university will kick off Black History Month honoring the woman who integrated campus, Barbara Curry-Story.
The online grad programs in criminal justice and nursing ranked nationally for academic excellence.
Dr. Brent J. Cunningham has been named the official dean of the college after serving as interim for the past year.
She will now advance to the Miss Alabama pageant, which will take place in Birmingham in late June.
The latest documentary from JSU's Emmy-winning Longleaf Studios will premiere on Alabama Public Television on Jan. 19.
Campus will be closed for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 16.
More than 30 percent of Jax State undergraduates have been named to the Honors List for their outstanding academic performance over the Fall 2022 semester.
For the first time in nearly 15 years, JSU is updating its visual identity, including a refresh of its logo.
JSU's Board of Trustees approved women's bowling as the university's 18th varsity sport at its quarterly meeting on Jan. 10.
JSU will be closed for winter break on Dec. 21-Jan. 2, with offices reopening on Jan. 3.
Current and prospective students working full-time in law enforcement agencies, fire and other emergency services may be eligible for the new program.
The program’s founders gathered on campus to celebrate a half century of pursuing excellence in law enforcement.
JSU has more than tripled its chamber partnerships in 2022.
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.