For more than four decades, the Jacksonville University Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps has been among the largest and most active student affinity groups on campus. The program also is a perennial leader-producing machine: more than 1,500 Dolphins have advanced …Read More »
Svenja Meyer, a class of 2014 alumna, had yet to receive her undergraduate degree from Jacksonville University, when she knew she had a full-time job with a Big Four accounting firm waiting.
While she was still earning athletic accolades for …Read More »
1926 – The U.S. Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) Program is founded to provide “a broad base of citizens knowledgeable in the arts and sciences of Naval Warfare.” Six NROTC units are established, at the University of California at …Read More »
Recent JU grad Arelis Resto, 22, has left indelible images across campus for students, faculty, staff and visitors to enjoy for years to come.
Resto, who graduated May 3, 2014, with bachelors’ degrees in Illustration and English, painted three murals …Read More »
Nellie the dolphin, the beloved Jacksonville University mascot, former TV star and water-show performer who charmed generations of young and old alike while raising awareness of marine life, has died.
At 61 the oldest dolphin in human care, she was …Read More »
Longtime alums and those newer to the fold joined together recently as JU’s Political Science Department hosted a spirited reunion in the Howard Administration Building lobby.Read More »
THE COST BENEFITS: A PRESIDENTIAL PROFILE — New JU President Tim Cost turns heads with plans for more student success, higher growth
Try to capture Tim Cost’s attention with the old locker-room adage “There’s No ‘I’ in ‘Team’,” and you’re getting close to the strike zone.
How about “There’s No ‘I’ in ‘Students’ ”?
Now you’ve hurled one right down the pipe.…Read More »