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Judson reaches $500,000 goal, looks forward to $1 million pledges for Spring ’21

Today Judson President W. Mark Tew announced that, thanks to the generosity of Judson’s supporters, the December 31, 2020, fundraising goal of $500,000 has been met. As of the close of business Dec. 28, 2020, alumnae and friends of the college have given $527,665.36 to this effort. The College also is soliciting unrestricted commitments for […]

Merry Christmas from the Judson family!

As we come to the close of this wholly unprecedented year, we want to thank our Judson community and friends for your support during the past week. As of December 23, alumnae and friends have given $357,643.39 toward the $500,000 needed by December 31. As of December 23, alumnae and friends have pledged to give […]

Judson President W. Mark Tew appeals for financial support

Acknowledging the financial difficulties resulting from declining enrollment, the recession of 2008, and this year’s COVID-19 pandemic, Judson President W. Mark Tew made an appeal to the College’s community of supporters today. In a letter to friends of the College, Tew outlined the College’s financial condition, stating that additional funds are needed to make possible […]

Faculty and staff give virtual Christmas concert

Several Judson faculty and staff members shared their musical gifts in a virtual Christmas concert for the Judson community this week. Musicians from the Departments of Music, Religious Studies, and Distance Learning met in Alumnae Auditorium to record a video playlist of some of their favorite Christmas songs to share online. “Like so many colleges […]

Fall 2020 Dean’s List announced

Judson College has announced its Fall 2020 Dean’s List. To be eligible for the honor, students must have completed a minimum of 12 hours, earned letter grades with no incompletes and earned at least a 3.70 grade point average with no grade below a C. Despite the unexpected challenges of a fall semester unlike any […]

“We are Judson Girls”: Finishing 2020 with “good grace”

On Thursday, Nov. 5, Judson College announced its transition to online classes for the final two weeks of the fall semester due to ongoing water quality issues in the City of Marion in the aftermath of Hurricane Zeta. That evening, the Judson Senior Class reenacted their class’s favorite memories from their time at Judson in […]

Judson College employees recognized for service

The Judson College community recognized fourteen employees celebrating work anniversaries during the college’s annual employee recognition service October 27, 2020. President Dr. W. Mark Tew presided and presented gifts of appreciation to the honorees for their 230 cumulative years of service to the College. “Judson is a wonderful place to work, filled with wonderful people […]

Cancelled: Nov. 13 Tryouts and Nov. 14 Preview Day

Due to the lingering effects of Hurricane Zeta in Marion and surrounding areas, Judson College’s November 13 Athletic Tryout Day and November 14 Preview Day have been cancelled. Though courses will move online for the remainder of the Fall semester, on-campus offices will be open on weekdays, and we encourage prospective students and their families […]

Courses to move to online instruction Monday, Nov. 9

Judson College will transition its instruction to online delivery for the remainder of the fall semester, effective Monday, November 9, 2020. Given the lingering effects of Hurricane Zeta on water quality in our area, the Alabama Department of Public Health has suspended hot food preparation throughout the city of Marion and in other west central […]