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Final Exams Rescheduled

Due to the Winter Storm, remaining final exams have been rescheduled for Monday, Dec. 11, at the same times and locations they were supposed to be held on Friday, Dec. 8. Students with conflicts should contact their professors via email to make arrangements.

 
Campus Closed for Remainder of Friday

Campus is closed for the remainder of Friday, Dec. 8. Remaining final exams will be rescheduled for Monday and times will announced ASAP.
 
Campus to Remain Open Friday

The university plans to hold final exams on Friday as scheduled but will continue to monitor the weather throughout the day and will send out an alert should conditions worsen.
 
University Monitors Winter Weather Conditions

The JSU emergency response team has elected to wait until Friday morning on Dec. 8 to make a decision regarding winter weather closings.
 
Holiday Happenings

The holiday season is in full swing on the Friendliest Campus in the South. Enjoy a few festive events at JSU before the university closes for winter break
 
Meet the Candidates: Title IX Coordinator

JSU will welcome three candidates for the position of Title IX Coordinator to campus in December.
 
JSU to Honor Ledbetter at Women in Philanthropy Brunch

Lilly Ledbetter to be honored at first brunch honoring women, presented by JSU Development.
 
JSU Greek Community Strives for Hazing-Free Campus

JSU’s Greek community has been working proactively to ensure the university remains a safe place for students to enjoy fraternity and sorority life.
 
JSU in Lights to Illuminate Campus

Kick off the holiday season at Jacksonville State on Tuesday, Nov. 28, for JSU in Lights!
 
Thanksgiving Break 2017

The JSU campus will be closed Nov. 20-25 for Thanksgiving Break 2017.
 
JSU Announces President's, Deans' Lists for Fall 2014

Congratulations to our outstanding students for their addition to the President's and Deans' Lists for Fall Semester 2014!
 
Planned Power Outage on Nov. 20-21

Power will be disrupted on campus on Nov. 20-21 for repairs to the system.
 
Student Affairs Opens Food Pantry

JSU has joined more than 200 of its peers across the US in opening a Food Pantry to ensure no student goes hungry.
 
Faculty Spotlight: Jennifer Foster

English Instructor Jennifer Ferrell Foster has been named the 2017 recipient of the Dr. George Mehaffy Excellence in Learning Technology Award
 
Public Hearing: Hazard Mitigation Plan

Public invited to review JSU hazard mitigation plan on Nov. 13
 
Phi Mu Raises More than $13K for Children's Miracle Network

JSU’s chapter of Phi Mu recently raised more than $13,000 for the Children’s Miracle Network as part of its first-ever Dance Marathon.
 
Tickets on Sale for Renaissance Madrigal Dinner

JSU Choral Activities will host the annual Renaissance Madrigal Dinner on Dec. 1 and Dec. 2 at Leone Cole Auditorium.
 
International Education Week 2017

JSU’s International House and Programs will host International Education Week on Nov. 13-16.
 
Pink: Art Show Puts Women's Issues in the Spotlight

Meet the artist at a closing reception on Nov. 16
 
A Cappella Choir to Present Winter Concert

A Cappella Choir to perform Vivaldi's "Gloria" at Winter Concert on Nov. 12.
 
Cheer Team Hosting Programs for Area Youth

The award winning Gamecock cheerleading team is hosting programs for area youth in November.
 
Kappa Sigma Fraternity Receives National Honors

JSU’s Kappa Sigma fraternity recently became the first chapter in Alabama to receive the Founders Award for Chapter Excellence
 
Teacher Candidates in the Spotlight at Reverse Career Fair

Career Services is hosting a Reverse Career Fair for the School of Education on Nov. 30, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., on the fifth floor of Meehan Hall.
 
JSU Presents Veterans Week 2017

The Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Support presents an entire week of activities to recognize those who have served or are serving in our nation’s military.
 
School of Education Urges Campus to Remember Hurricane Victims

Schools supply drive for hurricane victims continues through Nov. 17.
 
O'Donnell, Coleman Crowned 2017 Homecoming King and Queen

Students at Jacksonville State University elected Shea O'Donnell and Paris Coleman as the 2017 Homecoming Queen and King.
 
Who Will Be Miss JSU 2018?

Miss JSU Pageant applications due on Nov. 30.
 
Film Screening Focuses on Death in America

Observe the Day of the Dead, Día de los Muertos, on Nov. 1 by attending a screening of the web series "The After Hours Club” featuring JSU forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan.
 
JSU Student Elected National Vice Chair of College Democrats

JSU junior Kyteria Marshall has been elected as national vice chair of the College Democrats of America, the official student outreach arm of the Democratic National Committee.
 
Announcing Homecoming Court 2017

The 2017 JSU Homecoming Court was announced on Oct. 24. The King and Queen will be crowned during a pep rally on Oct. 26.
 
Wellness Wednesday to Shine a Light on Epilepsy

In honor of National Epilepsy Awareness Month, JSU’s November Wellness Wednesday luncheon is themed “Be Receptive to Epilepsy.”
 
Halloween Festivities on Campus

From frightful to family friendly, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this Halloween season at JSU.
 
School Supply Drive for Hurricane Victims

The JSU School of Education is hosting a school supply drive to help those affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.
 
JSU Drama Presents "An Enemy of the People"

JSU Drama will raise the curtain on its 2017-2018 season on Oct. 27 with “An Enemy of the People.”
 
Homecoming Schedule 2017

JSU announces the 2017 Homecoming schedule of events.
 
Houston Cole Children's Corner Grand Opening

JSU’s Houston Cole Library invites the community to the grand opening of its new Children's Corner on Oct. 25, 3 p.m., on the 5th floor of the library.
 
Priority Pre-Registration for Spring 2018

With the Fall 2017 semester already halfway over at Jacksonville State, it's time to plan for Spring 2018. Priority pre-registration for spring is set for Nov. 6.
 
Biology Professor Named a Minority Access Role Model

JSU Biology Professor Mijitaba Hamissou has been named a Minority Access National Role Model by Minority Access, Inc. for his dedication to making the sciences more accessible to all students.
 
Scheduled Phone Outage

The university's Avaya phones will be turned off briefly the evening of Oct. 16, from approximately 7-8 p.m., for service.
 
Dedication Planned for Marching Southerners Practice Field

The new Marching Southerners practice field will be dedicated on Nov. 4 at 9 a.m. as part of the band’s annual alumni reunion weekend.
 
Students Give Back to 2nd Chance

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and JSU’s Phi Mu sorority and Delta Chi fraternity are getting involved by giving back.
 
Homecoming Court Candidates 2017

The 2017 JSU Homecoming Court candidates were selected at the second annual Homecoming Showcase on Oct. 10.
 
Emergency Management Professor Wins National Advising Award

Dr. Tanveer Islam, JSU associate professor of emergency management, has been named the 2017 Student Chapter Advisor of the Year by the International Association of Emergency Managers.
 
Employees Invited to Annual Benefits Fair

Faculty and staff are invited to participate in the annual Benefits, Health and Wellness Fair on Oct. 19, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Leone Cole Auditorium.
 
JSU Family Day

Students are invited to bring their loved ones to campus to meet their new JSU family!
 
2017 Alumni of the Year to be Honored at Homecoming

The JSU Alumni Association announces the 2017 Alumni of the Year, who will be honored at homecoming on Oct. 28.
 
Tropical Storm Nate

The National Weather Service has placed Calhoun County under a Tropical Storm Warning.
 
JSU Drama to Open Curtain on 2017-2018 Season

Rehearsals are underway at the JSU Department of Drama, as theatre students and faculty prepare to open the 2017-2018 season at the Ernest Stone Center for the Performing Arts.
 
Students Invited to Join ISO

The International Student Organization is seeking new student members of all backgrounds and nationalities.
 
President Beehler Receives National HR Award

President John M. Beehler has been awarded the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources 2017 Chief Executive HR Champion Award.
 

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