College Colors Day

That’s today! Wear your red and black, and use the hashtag #jcforaye on social media to show your Judson spirit!

Former Judson President N.H. McCrummen to be inducted into Alabama Men’s Hall of Fame

Alabama religious leaders Norman Henry “John” McCrummen II and Clare Purcell will be inducted into the Alabama Men’s Hall of Fame Tuesday, Sept. 23. McCrummen, who died in 2002 at age 81, was pastor of Alabama Baptist churches in Atmore, Ramer, Selma, Birmingham, and Dalton, Ga.,  before being named president of Judson College in 1970. […]

Fall 2014 Move-In Schedule

We’re getting ready for our new and returning Judson girls to join us on campus again–it’s been quiet without you! Move-in times for new and returning students are as follows: Soccer and Volleyball Players: Thursday, August 21, 1pm-4pm LAMPs and Ambassadors: Thursday, August 21, 2pm-4pm New Student Move-In: Sunday, August 24, 2pm-4pm Returning Student Move-In: […]

Judson prepares for S.O.A.R. on August 12

Judson College will offer a second opportunity for members of the Class of 2018 to attend Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration (S.O.A.R.) on Tuesday, August 12. During S.O.A.R., new students will meet their classmates, develop plans for academic success with faculty members, and register for fall classes. Special sessions for parents of incoming students, including a […]

J. William McFarland, Jr. joins Judson College staff

Judson College President David E. Potts has appointed J. William McFarland, Jr., a Tuscaloosa native, for the newly created position of Special Assistant to the President for Business Development.   In this role, McFarland will lead the college’s efforts in securing federal, state, and private resources for economic and workforce development, community and regional outreach, and […]

Huntsville-area alumnae help to preserve Judson College’s pictorial history

Alumnae from Judson College’s Huntsville/North Alabama Chapter came back to campus June 9-13 to work on the “Pictorial History of Judson College Collection” preservation project. This is the third year Huntsville-area alumnae have returned to their alma mater to help preserve the school’s collection of photographs. This year’s group of alumnae volunteers included A.J. Smith […]

Judson College receives accreditation for Bachelor of Social Work program

The Judson College Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program has received accreditation from the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Accreditation by CSWE is an essential educational stamp of approval, assuring students that Judson College offers a credentialed professional degree program in social work. “This is an exciting time for Judson’s BSW program,” said Dr. […]

Lilly Ledbetter to speak at Judson College commencement June 28

Judson College is pleased to announce that internationally-acclaimed social justice and civil rights advocate Lilly Ledbetter will give the address at the College’s 2014 commencement exercises, to be held in Alumnae Auditorium at 11:00 am on June 28. Ledbetter’s historic gender discrimination case, eventually heard by the United States Supreme Court, inspired the Lilly Ledbetter […]

Judson College president honored at Samford commencement

Judson College President David Potts delivered the commencement address for Samford’s Howard College of Arts and Sciences on May 17. Potts was awarded the Doctor of Humane Letters honoris causa in recognition of his accomplishments and service to higher education. In his address, “An Education for Transcendent Living”, he emphasized the spirit of Christian service […]