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Transfer Honor Society Supports Toys for Tots

Students in Tau Sigma raise $400 for Toys for Tots this holiday season.

 
Alabama's First Multi-City Bike Sharing Program Coming to JSU

In January, JSU will partner with Anniston, Oxford and Jacksonville to create Alabama’s first multi-city bike sharing program.
 
Finals Week Survival Guide

Here's everything students need to know for Fall Finals Week 2018.
 
Delta Zeta Member Gives Back in Honduras

JSU student Bethany Hunt traveled to Honduras in November to volunteer for the Starkey Hearing Foundation.
 
Head of Psychology Department Recognized for Autism Reform Work

Dr. Paige McKerchar has been recognized by the Autism Society of Alabama for her work with the passing of two legislative bills.
 
Graduate Studies Director Grows Program While Rebuilding Home

Dr. Andrea Porter, one of the victims of the March 19 tornado, has leaned into her work while rebuilding her home. The result is big gains in graduate student enrollment.
 
Peter Pan to Sprinkle Pixie Dust Over Jacksonville Opera Theatre

The Jacksonville Opera Theatre’s production of JM Barrie’s beloved classic, “Peter Pan,” will be on stage Jan. 4-10 at the Oxford Performing Arts Center.
 
On to JSU Program Fosters Natural Talent

On to JSU allows students with intellectual disabilities to have a college experience while earning a state-recognized certificate.
 
Student Finds Her Calling by Organizing Charity Concert 

Attend Concert for Charity on Nov. 8, 6:30 p.m., at First Baptist Church of Jacksonville.
 
Criminal Justice Students Win 10 Regional Awards

JSU's criminal justice professional fraternity, the Alpha Sigma Omega chapter of Lambda Alpha Epsilon, won 10 awards at the organization's regional conference.
 
Transition University Honored for Community Impact

JSU’s Transition University program has been recognized with a 2018 Collaboration Award from the Talladega Area Governor's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.
 
Campus Police and Fraternities Participate in No Shave November

Throughout the month, you’ll see more facial hair sprouting up across campus as JSU students and employees participate in No Shave November to support two worthy causes.
 
JSU Housing Honored by Alabama Peers

The Alabama Association of Housing Officers has named JSU the Institution of the Year.
 
JSU Botanist Awarded $20,000 Grant to Research Endangered Plant

Dr. Jimmy Triplett, assistant professor of biology and curator of the JSU Herbarium, has been awarded a $20,000 grant by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
 
JSU BOO: Halloween Happenings

Get into the “spirit” of the season on JSU's campus at one of many Halloween events scheduled for 2018.