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Criminal Justice Department and QEP to present panel discussion on faith and capital punishment

Judson College’s Quality Enhancement Plan, Project Curiosity, is proud to present “Understanding the Intersection of Faith and Capital Punishment,” on February 4 at 3:30pm. Current practice of capital punishment remains politically, culturally and morally contested. Last fall, students in Judson’s Debating the Death Penalty class decided that a community-wide panel discussion, comprised of representatives from […]

Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame to induct Anne Beddow and Sarah Gayle

Sarah Haynsworth Gayle (1804–1835) and Anne Mae Beddow (1893–1974) will be inducted into the Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame at Judson College on Thursday, March 3, 2016, at 10:30 am. The lives of these two women reflect the change in the position of women in Alabama, and attitudes towards them, in a half century. Sarah Haynsworth married […]

Judson to host Guidance Counselor Conference Feb. 25

Judson College will welcome education professionals from across the state to its campus in Marion, Ala., for its sixth annual Guidance Counselor Conference on February 25. Hosted by Judson College alumnae and Admissions staff, the conference is designed to provide counselors with opportunities to interact with other counselors and leaders in varying professional and educational […]

Judson music department to host master class January 29

The Judson College Piano Studio with special guests from Shelton State Community College will welcome nationally certified piano instructor Amy Aberg McLelland to campus for a presentation and masterclass on “The Art of Effortless Piano Playing” on Friday, January 29. McLelland is a MTNA nationally certified teacher of piano and a certified teacher at the […]

Perry County public health update

Pam Barrett, Director of TB Control at the Alabama Department of Public Health, reported yesterday that there are currently no known cases of active tuberculosis in the Marion community. No cases of contagious tuberculosis have been identified during the recent screenings at the Perry County Health Department.  This means that, in spite of recent reports […]

EvanTell Founder Larry Moyer to speak at Christian Emphasis Week

For seventy years, the Judson community has set aside a week during the spring semester to focus on spiritual growth. During the 1943-1944 academic year, junior Mary Essie Stephens asked Judson President Dr. John Riddle if it might be possible to bring special guests to campus to encourage the college community in their spiritual lives. […]

Pastors’ conference to be held at Judson Jan. 26

Judson College and the Office of LeaderCare and Church Administration of the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions will partner to offer their annual pastor’s conference on January 26.  The speaker for this year’s conference is author and EvanTell founder Larry Moyer. Moyer is the founder of EvanTell, a ministry committed to declaring the gospel […]

Spring 2016 Chapel schedule announced

Each week, the Judson College campus community gathers in Ramsay-McCrummen Chapel to pause for thoughtful reflection and worship. Speakers from off and on campus discuss topics like personal devotion, prayer, missions, and following God’s call. The public is welcome to attend Chapel services, which are on the dates listed below at 11:05a.m. in Judson’s Ramsay-McCrummen […]

Judson to host final Preview & Scholarship event January 23

Judson College will host its final Preview & Scholarship Day event of the 2015-2016 school year on January 23. Prospective Judson students and their parents are invited to visit the Judson campus, explore the college’s academic programs, meet current students and faculty, and learn more about admissions and financial aid. Student-athletes interested in Judson’s NCCAA […]

Public health issue in Perry County

Area news outlets have recently reported an increase in the prevalence of active tuberculosis in Perry County over the past two years. While twenty residents of Marion have been diagnosed with TB in the past twenty-four months,  please note that we have no reason to believe that any student or employee of the College was […]