College of Fine Arts leaders and faculty have been looking for ways to keep the Masters in Fine Arts (Choreography) forward looking and ahead of the curve.
In a big way they have found an answer.
Beginning in July, 2017, …Read More »
I would like to thank our JU students, faculty, staff and alumni for the tremendous turnout at the Student Veterans of America Cookout this past Wednesday. The SVA team was pleasantly surprised by the attendance. The purpose was to help …Read More »
The Varsity Shooting team recently co-hosted its sixth Jax Southeast Collegiate Invitational (Regional) Championship Shoot, with the squad coming in as runner-up Main Event Champion among 124 collegiate athletes from nine universities.
The performance follows the team grabbing HOA (High …Read More »
The outcome of the presidential election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, will change the Supreme Court for decades to come.
Along with the open seat of late Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, three other Supreme Court Justices are between 79 and 83, …Read More »
For his positive impact on the Jacksonville community, Brigadier General (ret) Mike Fleming, Senior Vice President for University Relations and Development, is this year’s winner of the Kevin F. Delaney Hall of Fame Award presented by the JAX Chamber.
Fleming …Read More »
From Marine Corps Officer Candidate School to two Afghanistan tours to promoting animal therapy for veterans, Becca Melesky has always been up for a challenge.
The Jacksonville University Doctor of Business Administration candidate will give a free talk on “K9s …Read More »
When Hurricane Matthew arrived in Jacksonville in October, JU’s plans for its annual Homecoming & Family Weekend came to a crashing halt. Despite the devastation, the JU community and its friends rose to the challenge of the historic storm in …Read More »