Accepted Student Days

Accepted Student Day is an exclusive event only for students who have been accepted to JSU as first year students (freshmen). This is your opportunity to learn what is next for you as an accepted student and to connect with the academic faculty of your anticipated major. You will learn how to access MyJSU and JSU email, how to apply for scholarships, financial aid, and housing, and finally how to register for Gamecock Orientation (GO!). If you bring any family members, they will have the chance to hear how JSU is taking care of students in and out of the classroom. Specific dates are noted below to offer more in depth information about your major. If you are unable to attend the date when your major will be spotlighted, please come to any date that works best for you. There will be general information about all majors available at each date. Register soon, space for each date is limited! Click here for the schedule. 

Upcoming Accepted Students Days (click on date to register) 

  • November 30, 2018 - All Majors (Registration Full)
  • January 18, 2019 - School of Science and School of Health Professions & Wellness
  • February 8, 2019 - School of Business & Industry and School of Human Services & Social Sciences
  • February 15, 2019 - School of Arts & Humanities and School of Education

Find the School of your major below:

School of Arts & Humanities

  • Art (Ceramics, Drawing, Graphic Design, Painting, Photography, and Printmaking)
  • Drama (Performance and Production)
  • English
  • Foreign Language (Spanish and French)
  • History
  • Music
  • Music Education (Instrumental and Vocal)
  • Integrated Studies

School of Business & Industry

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Management (Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship, Information Management/E-Commerce)
  • Marketing
  • Applied Electronics Engineering
  • Applied Manufacturing Engineering (Design and Automation, Manufacturing Management, Pre-Engineering)
  • Occupational Safety and Health Management
  • Industrial Leadership
  • Communication (Digital Journalism, Broadcasting, and Public Relations)

School of Education

  • Curriculum and Instruction (Early Childhood Education Elementary Education, and Special Education (P-12)
  • Family and Consumer Sciences (Child Development, Community Nutrition, Dietetics, Hospitality and Culinary Management, Human Sciences, Merchandising, Family and Consumer Science Education (Secondary Ed), and Business Marketing Education (Secondary Ed)
  • Secondary Education (Biology, English Language Arts, General Science, History, Math, General Social Science)

School of Health Professions & Wellness

  • Exercise Science & Wellness (Human Performance, Clinical (Pre-Occupational Therapy, and Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Chiropractic)
  • Nursing (Traditional BSN and Step RN to BSN)
  • Physical Education
  • Respiratory Therapy (Traditional BSRT and STEP RRT to BSRT)
  • Recreation Leadership
  • Sport Management

School of Human Services & Social Sciences

  • Criminal Justice (Corrections and Law Enforcement)
  • Emergency Management
  • Forensic Investigations (Criminal Investigations and Forensic Laboratory/Technician)
  • Political Science (Pre-Law)
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Social Work

School of Science

  • Biology (General Biology, Ecology and Environmental Biology, Marine Biology, Pre-Health Professions (Pre-Medical, Veterinary, Pharmacy, Physician Assistant, Dentistry), Organismal Biology, and Cell and Molecular Biology)
  • Mathematics (Applied Mathematics and General Mathematics)
  • Computer Science (Information Assurance, Game Development, and General Computer Science)
  • Computer Information Systems (Information Assurance, Web Development, and General Information Systems)
  • Chemistry (Applied Chemistry (Pre-Pharmacy) and Professional Chemistry (ACS Certification)
  • Geography