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Judson College announces June 23 commencement speaker Dr. David Wilson

MARION, Ala. – David Wilson, Ed.D., president of Morgan State University, will give the commencement address at Judson College on June 23. The commencement exercises will begin at 11:00 a.m. in Alumnae Auditorium on the Judson campus in Marion. Born into a sharecropping family in nearby Marengo County, Wilson did not attend school full-time until […]

Nicole Smith ’19 named ACHA Horseman of the Month

Judson College junior Nicole Smith of Lowndesboro, Ala., has been named the American Collegiate Horsemen’s Association (ACHA) Horseman of the Month for June. ACHA is a national organization supporting local chapters at colleges and universities across the country. The Judson College ACHA chapter was organized last year, and Smith serves as its president. In this […]

Judson campus affected by flash flooding 5/30

The Judson College campus was closed May 30 due to power outages and flash flooding from the weather system that moved through the area Wednesday morning. Flash flooding affected several areas of campus, including Jewett Hall, the Piper Equine Center, and the Charles F. Dunkin Athletic Park. No injuries were reported, and the College’s maintenance […]

Judson Athletics to host volleyball camp June 21-22

Judson College Athletics is proud to announce its second annual volleyball summer camp, to be held this June on the college’s campus in Marion, Ala. The camp will be hosted by coaching staff and Judson Eagles volleyball team members. The camp will serve girls ages 9-17 (entering grades 4-12) and will be held on June […]

Junior Katie Daniel to participate in summer program in Australia

Short Term is in full swing on the Judson College campus, but some Judson students are gaining valuable learning experiences in other places this summer. Judson College junior Katie Daniel will spend part of her summer with a veterinary service study abroad program in Australia. The experience is offered through LoopAbroad, a pre-veterinary medicine program […]

Student achievements recognized at Honors Convocation

Judson College hosted its annual Honors Convocation on April 10, 2017. The ceremony, held in Ramsay-McCrummen Chapel, afforded “special recognition to Judson students who have exceeded expectations”, according to Associate Dean of the College for Teaching and Institutional Effectiveness Dr. Lesley Sheek. “Today,” Sheek said, “We acknowledge the contributions these women have made to their […]

Judson College 2017 Dean’s Lists announced

Judson College has announced the Dean’s List for the Fall 2017 semester. To be eligible for the honor, students must have completed a minimum of 15 hours, earned letter grades with no incompletes and earned at least a 3.7 grade point average with no grade below a C. The following students were named to the […]

2017 President’s Scholars announced

The 2017 President’s Scholars list was announced at Judson College’s recent Honors Convocation ceremony. To be a President’s Scholar, a student must have earned a minimum of 60 credit hours at Judson and maintained a minimum 3.80 cumulative GPA. Students named to the list for 2017 are: Kacie Adams, Clanton, Ala. Erin Brown, Hartselle, Ala. […]

Judson College Alumnae Association announces new slate of officers

The Judson College Alumnae Association elected a new slate of officers at the JCAA Business Meeting during Judson’s annual J-Day event April 7. New officers for the 2018-2020 term are: President: Rhonda Caver Lewis, class of 1974 President-Elect: Claire Kinnaird Keel, class of 1981 First Vice President for Development: Pam Gooden Cook, class of 1975 […]

Judson College campus chosen as Marion Garden Club Yard of the Month

The Marion Garden Club has selected Judson College as its Yard of the Month for the month of April. Judson was founded by members of Siloam Baptist Church in 1838 as the Judson Female Institute, and the first campus building was built on land given by Julia Tarrant Barron, a Marion resident and the only […]