As Temperatures Rise, Team of JSU Archeologists Head to Iceland
A team of JSU scientists will soon embark on an archeological research trip to Iceland in hopes of uncovering the mysterious lives of ancient Viking settlers.
Established in 2020, the two-year graduate program prepares students to evaluate and prevent injuries in active persons.
More than 2,100 students were named to the Dean's or President's List for their outstanding academic performance in the spring.
The special event presented by the university and the community will be held in Merrill Hall on June 16, 6-10 p.m.
Joining the staff at JSU Dining is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream for Sodexo’s newest team member, Dex.
Marching Southerners to begin taking reservations on June 6 for those who wish to accompany the band to France for the 80th anniversary of D-Day.
The university has added new courses this summer to help students get ahead in their studies and have fun in the process.
JSU’s summer semester has finally arrived, but it’s not all work and no play. Here are some resources that will help you enjoy your summer and pass your summer classes.
JSU to construct an $80 million addition to JSU Stadium to include new residence hall and dining facility.
Calvin Magee, who joined the football program in December, died on May 20 at age 59.
School is almost out for summer! Get the kids off the couch and on campus through one of the many summer camps, youth programs and activities offered at JSU in 2022.
Beginning in Fall 2022, the university will offer a 20 percent corporate tuition scholarship to chamber members.
The musical adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" will take the stage in Mason Hall's Recital Hall on May 20-22 and 27-29.
Once again, JSU is offering several unique courses for Fall 2022.
Graduating education majors have earned a 95 percent pass rate on the high-stakes Teacher Performance Assessment, demonstrating their readiness for the classroom.