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Thanksgiving Break Hours and Information

JSU will be closed for Thanksgiving Break on Nov. 21-25.

APT to Air JSU Produced Film on "The Forgotten Creeks"

The new documentary about Alabama’s Poarch Band of Creek Indians will premiere on Alabama Public Television on Nov. 17.
Marching Southerners Presented the Sudler Trophy

The Marching Southerners were presented the Heisman of marching bands, the Sudler Trophy, during halftime of the final home football game of the season on Nov. 12.
Applications Now Open for New Doctoral Program

Apply now for admission to the Doctor of Education (EdD) in educational leadership, which begins in Spring 2023.
Boo 22: Campus Halloween Happenings

A week of fun-filled Halloween festivities is planned for Oct. 24-31.
Former Drum Major Crowned Ms. Veteran America

Liliana Joie Byrd, who served as drum major of the Marching Southerners in 2014 and 2015 after marching on the flute line, has been crowned Ms. Veteran America.
JSU Honored for Leadership in Student Persistence

EdSights presents the university an inaugural PERSIST Award during New York summit.
Provost Emerita Inducted into Social Work Hall of Fame

Dr. Rebecca O. Turner has been inducted into the Alabama Social Work Hall of Fame for her contributions to the field of social work throughout her career.
Students Select 2022 Homecoming Court

Homecoming King and Queen were crowned at a carnival on Oct. 20.
Postponed: The FBI's Original Mindhunter to Speak at JSU

Legendary criminal profiler and retired FBI special agent John E. Douglas is scheduled to speak on campus.
JSU to Establish Command College for Law Enforcement

The Southeastern Leadership Command College will train law enforcement professionals to lead departments and agencies.
Student Satisfaction High as Updated Advising Model is Implemented

JSU’s recent move to a centralized advising model appears to be an early success.
JSU Designates October “Exercise is Medicine” Month

Combat weight gain from the Halloween sugar binge by adding exercise to your routine in October.
Department of Theatre and Film Announces 2022-2023 Season

The season promises something for everyone: music, mystery, mythology and more Pulitzer Prize winners than you can shake a quill at.
Lecture Series Returns with Focus on American Democracy

The Tocqueville Lecture Series highlights ideas that central to the founding and continuation of American government.