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JU Presidential Alumni Reception Rescheduled


The Jacksonville University Presidential Alumni Reception scheduled for today (Thursday, June 6) on campus has been postponed due to inclement weather. The reception has been rescheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 26 in the Howard

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4:58 UPDATE:

Jacksonville University will remain open with normal operating hours as Tropical Storm Andrea passes through the area today and Friday, with the only cancellation being Thursday evening’s Presidential Reception event. All classes are to be held as scheduled …

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Jacksonville 2013 Emergency Preparedness Guide available

JU Campus Community –

The annual Jacksonville Emergency Preparedness Guide is distributed annually at various city locations.   If you are unable to pick up a hard copy of the Guide, I have attached the link to the Guide.  (You may

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JU Track trio hits center stage at NCAA Championship In Oregon

By JU Athletics

Another milestone season for the Jacksonville track & field program continues this week at the NCAA Championships when for the first time in school history three student-athletes will be competing. Only 24 participants from across the country …

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Want a say in upcoming JU concerts? Take the Dolphin Productions survey!

Dolphin Productions has released a survey to assess JU’s musical preferences. The survey is open for all JU faculty, staff and students, so please take a minute and fill it out. Use your Jacksonville University email and password to login

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Congrats to JU alum Nina Waters — 2013 EVE Award winner!

Jacksonville University alum Nina Waters, president of The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, has won The Florida Times-Union’s 2013 EVE Award in the employment category.

Waters, a 1980 sociology graduate at JU, is also a JU Distinguished Alumni, a 2010 …

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JU’s Quinton White comments on funding for river impact study

Researchers at Jacksonville University and UNF are getting some big-time help from the state to figure out the economic worth of the St. Johns River to the region.

In a Florida Times-Union article in its Monday, June 3, editions, The …

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