Judson College Distance Learning program earns recognition for excellence and affordability

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A recent study of online degree programs recognized Judson College for both the quality and affordability of its distance learning program. The study, conducted by Affordable Colleges Online (AC Online), analyzed more than 2,000 accredited colleges and universities across the nation. “The purpose of our study was to identify the most affordable online colleges in […]

Christmas Tea and Vespers to highlight Judson College’s 175th anniversary celebration

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The upcoming holiday gathering at Judson College, Christmas Tea and Vespers: Voices Across Generations, will highlight the school’s 175th anniversary celebration. Christmas Tea and Vespers is one of Judson’s most festive annual traditions. This year’s party is planned for Saturday, December 7. Judson students, faculty, staff, alumnae and guests are invited to gather in the […]

Final Exam Schedule: Fall 2013

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FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE: FALL 2013 (December 10 – 14) CLASS DAYS                                                  CLASS TIME                 SCHEDULED EXAM DATE AND TIME Monday, Wednesday, or Friday       8:00 a.m. – 8:55 a.m.   Friday, December 13          8:30 a.m. […]

New Judson professor publishes biblical studies text

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Dr. Eric Gilchrest, new Assistant Professor and Head of the Religious Studies Department at Judson College, is also the author of a book on biblical studies. After recently completing his doctoral degree at Baylor University, he moved from Texas to Alabama. He began his time at Judson this fall (2013). Gilchrest speaks positively about his […]

Judson College Drama department to present Crimes of the Heart

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The Judson College Drama department will present Crimes of the Heart, Beth Henley’s Pulitzer Prize winning drama, November 14-16 (Thursday through Saturday) at 7:00 P.M.  Directed by Artist-in-Residence Dr. Billie Jean Young, the story focuses on the Magrath sisters – Lenny, Meg, and Babe – who reunite at the family home in Hazlehurst, Mississippi after Babe shoots her abusive husband, a state senator. Past resentments […]

Chapel speakers bring Judson College’s history to life

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In celebration of the 175th anniversary of Judson College’s founding, two recent chapel speakers shared pieces of Judson’s history. Dr. Jerry Cain, Chancellor of Judson University in Elgin, Illinois, presented “Ann Hasseltine Judson: The Legacy of an Excellent Lady” on October 14. Cain presented the story of the life of Judson College’s namesake (and first […]

Judson College English Club to host “An Evening in Ann’s Era: A Jane Austen English Country Dance” on Nov. 2

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Come spend an “Evening in Ann’s Era.” Put on your dancing shoes and travel back in time to Ann Hasseltine Judson’s youth. The Judson College English Club will host its third annual Jane Austen English Country Dance on Saturday, November 2nd in the Gladys Dunkin Parlors in Jewett Hall. This event is part of 175th Anniversary Celebration […]