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Class schedule modified: Reading Day Dec. 8

Due to the threat of possible inclement weather tomorrow, Dec. 8, the academic calendar will undergo a slight modification. Friday, Dec., will now be Reading Day.  Classes that would normally have taken place Dec. 8 will now be held Monday, Dec. 11. The final exam schedule will remain the same. Both the library and the […]

Judson dedicates King Instructional Center

MARION, Ala. – Last month, volunteers, donors, faculty, staff, students and friends of Judson College gathered for the dedication of the King Instructional Facility at the college’s Piper Equine Studies Complex. Named for donors from the family of General Edwin Davis King, a Judson College founder, the King Instructional Center includes faculty offices, restroom and […]

Judson awards Mary Whitfield Lee Scholarship to senior Katie Speer

Judson College has awarded the eleventh annual Mary Whitfield “Whit” Lee scholarship to Katie Speer, of Cullman, Ala., for the current academic year. “I am so grateful to have received this scholarship,” said Speer. “To be put in the same category as Whit Lee is such an honor. I strive to set an example for […]

Opera Workshop class to present concert Dec. 5

On Tuesday, December 5 at 7:00 pm in the Alumnae Auditorium, the Music Department of Judson College will present the students of the Opera Workshop class in concert. The performance is free and open to the public. Junior Lorna Wikle, senior Sarah Green, and senior Ana Williams are members of this year’s Opera Workshop class […]

Judson to host Christmas Tea & Vespers Dec. 2

The administration, faculty, and students of Judson College invite the community to campus to attend the College’s annual Christmas Tea and Vespers service to be held on December 2. Christmas Tea, Judson College’s annual semi-formal “open house” Christmas event, will be hosted by the Judson College Social Committee in the Gladys H. Dunkin Parlors of […]

Judson’s Project Curiosity explores religious programming in prisons

Judson College’s Project Curiosity (Quality Enhancement Plan) and the Judson Justice League will sponsor an event exploring “Potential Transformation through Religion in Prison” Thursday, November 16th in Ramsay McCrummen Chapel. Guest panelists include: Rev. Lynn Dimon, retired United Methodist minister and clergy participant in Kairos Prison Ministry at Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women; Rev. Tom […]

Eagles volleyball nears season end with wins vs. Concordia, MUW

Date: 10/30/17 Location: Concordia College, Selma, Ala. Result: Won in 4 Highlights: After losing to Concordia at home earlier this season, the Eagles came out on top, defeating Concordia in Selma 3 games to one. Erin Harrison was terrific on defense as the match dig leader. Date: 11/4/17 Location: Mississippi University for Women (Tri-match against […]

JC Music Dept. announces voice recitals

The Music Department of Judson College has announced two upcoming voice recitals in the month of November. Lorna Wikle, a junior double-majoring in Equine Science and vocal performance, will give her junior voice recital on Tuesday, November 7th at 7:00 pm in the Alumnae Auditorium. There will be a reception following the 30-minute performance in […]

Judson to commemorate 500th anniversary of Protestant Reformation

Judson College will mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation on Oct. 31 with a panel discussion: “Martin Luther, the Reformation, and its Impact on You” from 2:30 to 3:45pm in Archibald Hall. A reception and a time to meet with panelists will follow. Panelists include: Ms. Stephanie Peek, Assistant Professor of Religion at Judson College. Peek is […]