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Thank You, Volunteers!

JSU would like to thank all of those who have volunteered to help rebuild our beautiful campus and our beloved city following the March 19 tornado.

JSU Emergency Management Program Gets National Ranking

JSU’s Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management Degree program has been ranked the No. 5 emergency management degree program in the nation by College Choice online ranking magazine.
Several Offices Temporarily Relocated

As JSU continues to recover and get campus back up to full speed, several offices have been moved to temporary locations while repairs are made to their permanent homes.
JSU Strong: Coach Grass Enlists Football Team In Campus Cleanup Efforts

JSU Football Head Coach John Grass counts himself fortunate that his neighborhood was spared when an EF3 tornado wreaked havoc on the city of Jacksonville and the JSU campus on March 19.
JSU Strong: Tornado Doesn’t Silence Marching Southerners’ Signature Sound

Marching Southerners uniform and signature instruments unscathed in March 19 tornado.
JSU Welcomes Jennifer Argo, Title IX Coordinator

Jennifer Argo joined Jacksonville State University on March 1 as the new Title IX Coordinator in the division of Student Affairs.
JSU to Hold Inaugural Tau Sigma Honor Society Induction Ceremony

On Monday, April 16, more than 20 students will become the inaugural group of JSU transfer students to be inducted into Tau Sigma, a nationally recognized honor society for transfer students.
Priority Registration moved to April 9-13

Priority Registration for Summer and Fall 2018 has been rescheduled to April 9-13.
President Beehler Welcomes Students and Employees Back to Campus

This is a very special day in the history of JSU. We are back in operation and poised for a very bright future!
JSU Strong: Scholarship Coordinator Mark du Pont Finds Positives In the Midst of Disaster

While many are still reeling from the devastation left by the March 19 tornado, stories of hope are emerging. One such story comes from JSU Scholarship Coordinator Mark du Pont, who remains positive even when recalling the experience that left him displaced from his home.
Stephenson Hall Reopens

JSU is one step closer to returning to a sense of normalcy with the reopening of Stephenson Hall.
UPD Provides Parking Information as Campus Reopens

As JSU reopens, university police provide parking and driving information.
Updates for Bookstore

Updates for Bookstore
Updates on Campus Dining and Donation Center

Updates on Campus Dining and Donation Center
Student Affairs Update April 3

VP of Student Affairs, Tim King, addresses students.
Cocky Nursing 5k & 1-Mile Fun Run to Carry On

The annual Cocky Nursing 5k and 1-Mile Fun Run tradition will continue this weekend, despite recent devastation to the JSU campus and its surrounding community.
Academic Options for Completing the Spring Semester

Academic Options for Completing the Spring Semester
Student Affairs Update Mar 29

VP of Student Affairs, Tim King, addresses student issues after the March 19 tornadoes.
Important Dates and Deadlines

Important dates and deadlines for the remainder of the spring 2018 semester.
Student Affairs Update Mar 28

VP of Student Affairs, Tim King, addresses student issues after the March 19 tornadoes.
Student Affairs Update Mar 27

VP of Student Affairs, Tim King, addresses student concerns following March 19 tornado.
Student Affairs Update Mar 26

VP of Student Affairs, Tim King, addresses student concerns following the Mar 19 tornado.
Fund Raising Designs Must First be Approved

Designs must be approved by JSU's Marketing Services.
Student Affairs Update Mar 24

Update by VP of Student Affairs, Tim King.
Students return from spring break, plunge into relief work

Students return from spring break to assist in relief efforts to clean up after the recent tornadoes.
Student Affairs Update - Mar 23

A daily update on tornado recovery from JSU Student Affairs.
JSU to Finish Spring Semester Despite Tornado Devastation

It's not a matter of "if," but a matter of "how" JSU will complete the spring semester following a natural disaster.
Student Affairs Update - Mar 22

Updates to student FAQs
Student Affairs Addresses Student Concerns Following Tornadoes - Mar 21

A letter from the VP of Student Affairs, Tim King, concerning the recent tornadoes.
Press Conference on Wednesday

President John Beehler will address the press on Wednesday.
Vendors Wanted for JAMfest

Vendors wanted for second annual JAMfest.
JSU Students Lead Peers at Collegiate Legislature

JSU students dominated at the annual YMCA Collegiate Legislature on March 1-3 in Montgomery, winning the Speaker’s Cup as the most outstanding delegation.
Marching Ballerinas to Kick Off Spring Auditions

The South's most beloved college dance line, the JSU Marching Ballerinas, will “kick” off its 2018 season with auditions on April 7-8.
JSU Hosts State Family and Consumer Sciences Conference

The Alabama Association of Family and Consumer Sciences held its 2018 annual conference on the Jacksonville State University campus on February 22-23.
Scheduled Power Outage on March 17

There will be a campus-wide power outage Saturday, March 17, starting at 6 a.m., to complete repairs to the substation.
JSU to Honor Ledbetter at Women in Philanthropy Brunch

Lilly Ledbetter to be honored at first brunch honoring women, presented by JSU Development.
JSU Announces Accepted Students for Fall 2018

More than 2,600 new students have been admitted so far for Fall 2018.
Campus Safety Week March 12-15

Before students head out of town for spring break, the Student Government Association and JSU Police Department will host Campus Safety Week on March 12-15 to educate the campus on personal safety.
Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society Application Deadline March 12

Applications are now being accepted for the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society.
Share School Spirit with JSU Digital Stickers

Show your school spirit while expressing yourself in text messages!
Michael Boynton Honored for Innovative Teaching

Dr. Michael Boynton, assistant drama professor, was awarded the 2017-2018 Prize for Innovative Teaching from The Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) and The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Region IV (KCACTF) in February.
Faculty Spotlight: Jeff Dodd

For mathematics professor Jeff Dodd, helping students connect with math is a calling.
Reserve Housing for 2018-2019

The spring semester is flying by, and it’s already time to RSVP to live on campus next academic year!
26th Annual Cheaha Challenge Gran Fondo Century & ULTRA Announced

Cycling enthusiasts, gear up for the 26th annual Cheaha Challenge Gran Fondo Century & ULTRA. In May, JSU's Pete Mathews Coliseum will be the starting and ending points of the rugged, 100-mile biking event.
Meet the Candidates for Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator

Campus is invited to meet the candidates for coordinator of diversity and inclusion.
State Recognizes Campus for Green Initiatives

JSU has been named a 2018 Green Ribbon School by the Alabama State Department of Education for its environmental impact.
Continuing Education Publishes Winter/Spring Catalog

The winter/spring edition of JSU Continuing Education’s course catalog, “Mainstreet,” is now available.
Meet the Candidates for Enrollment Management Associate VP

JSU faculty, staff and students are invited to meet the candidates for Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management.
JSU Senior Taylor Register Receives National Honor

JSU senior Taylor Register has been awarded the Order of Omega Scholarship
JSU Interfraternity Council Honored at Regional Conference

The JSU Interfraternity Council has received three awards from the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference.

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