From the electro-acoustic music performed by Jacksonville University faculty and students to interactive art installations accompanied by plenty of food and drink JU welcomed the new academic year with its very first Future Fest on Thursday, Aug. 29, at River …Read More »
Story updated on Sept. 5.
Hurricane Dorian caused minimal damage to the Jacksonville University campus, which reopened to welcome back students on Thursday, Sept. 5.
The Facilities Team cleaned up debris, removed downed trees and completed small repairs on Thursday. …Read More »
On move-in day, students as always arrived loaded with laptops, cell phones, bicycles, and other valuable personal property. And for the first time, Jacksonville University is offering a new technology to keep all those valuables as safe as possible.
JU …Read More »
Almost three years ago, I moved to Jacksonville University’s campus for the first time. I remember it so vividly.
My mom and I pulled up to North Hall where a crowd of eager students waited to help unload my stuff. …Read More »
This month, Jacksonville University is welcoming hundreds of new students and their families to campus during four New Student Orientation sessions, when they learn more about academic programs, get acquainted with the campus, and connect with the broader Phin Family. …Read More »
The Class of 2019 has made history. With 1,243 total graduates — including 723 undergraduate and 520 graduate students — they are the largest class to ever flip their tassels at Jacksonville University (JU).
By Laura Phelps
Four generations of the Frisch family gathered on a sunny April afternoon to mark an historic moment at Jacksonville University: the official opening of a new building that bears the Frisch name and stands as a shining …Read More »
By Sheri Webber
Patrice Abner arrived on campus as Director of Student Inclusion in July 2017. Today, the Jacksonville University (JU) Student Inclusion Center teems with guests, mostly students, and some visiting for the first time.
Abner’s experience in community