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Memorial service for Dr. Chris Hokanson to be held August 30

Judson College mourns together the loss of a beloved instructor and integral member of its community. Dr. Chris Hokanson, Assistant Professor of English and Chair of the Humanities Division, passed away Saturday, August 15 in Boston, from complications related to multiple myeloma. A memorial service honoring Dr. Hokanson will be held on Sunday, August 30 […]

Judson College nursing students pass national licensure exam

The Judson College Department of Nursing proudly announced that 100% of nursing students from this year’s graduating cohort to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) have passed on their first attempt. Our congratulations to: Daphne Abrams – Demopolis, AL  Maricela Ellis – Demopolis, AL Emily Hand – Jemison, AL Victoria Langford – Marion, AL Tiffany Parker – Greensboro, AL […]

Judson College unveils Blessed Light Campaign

Judson College, the 177-year-old institution of Christian higher education for women, kicked off the public phase of its capital campaign, called Blessed Light – The Campaign for Judson College. The event formally announcing the campaign was held in Archibald Hall on the college’s campus in Marion Ala., on Thursday, June 11. Dr. David E. Potts, […]

Honors Program graduates present research

The Judson College Honors Program hosted project presentations on May 22 in the Adams-Armstrong Lecture Hall of the Charlotte G. Lowder Science Building. The program celebrated the scholarly achievements of academically distinguished students enrolled in the Honors Program. To participate in the Honors Program, students must maintain a 3.5 grade point average and be recommended […]

Brierfield minister wins Ministers’ Golf Tournament

Alabama Baptist ministers from across the state gathered in Marion on May 11 and 12 for 53rd annual Judson College Ministers’ Golf Tournament. The tournament was held on the golf course of nearby Marion Military Institute. The ministers played on Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, and they enjoyed their customary banquet on Monday night. Overall winners […]

Judson College hosts Junior Preview Day

High school juniors and their families visited Judson’s campus in Marion, Ala., on May 9 for Junior Preview Day. Students hailing from Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Tennessee, and Washington met Judson faculty, staff, and current students and attended breakout sessions on academic programs, student activities, and the college admissions process. Guided by Judson Student Ambassadors, guests […]

Student Leadership Election Results Announced

The election results for the 2015-2016 school year have been released, and they are as follows: Student Government Association President- Hannah Patterson VP of Government- Destany Sherman 3rd Year Representative- Marianna Nichols 2nd Year Representative- Sarah Stringfellow WMU Representative- Elisabeth Grandstaff Barron Representative- Erin Brown Community Service Coordinator- Katie Owens Honor Council President- Margie Gunter […]

Congresswoman Terri Sewell to keynote Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony

Terrycina Andrea “Terri” Sewell, U.S. Representative for Alabama’s 7th congressional district, will be this year’s keynote speaker at the Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Sewell has been the district’s representative since 2011. Kathryn Tucker Windham will be inducted into the Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame on March 12, 2015. The ceremony will take […]

Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame to induct Kathryn Tucker Windham March 12

Alabama’s beloved storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham will be inducted into the Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame on March 12, 2015 at 10:30a.m. Windham is well known as a master storyteller, author, playwright, photographer, and public television and radio personality. She began her writing career at age twelve when she became movie editor for her cousin Earl Tucker’s weekly newspaper, […]

Judson College to present JimmyLee, Civil Rights-era drama

As part of the Civil Rights 50th anniversary celebration of Bloody Sunday and the March from Selma to Montgomery, Ala., Judson College will present three performances of JimmyLee, the play. A fourth performance will be given in Selma to open the Jubilee celebration. The play is a poignant portrayal of seminal events in the voting rights […]