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Turner ’21 chosen for undergraduate research program

For ten weeks this summer, Judson College senior Ti-Ara Turner is gaining valuable research experience through the Dauphin Island Sea Lab Research Experience for Undergraduates (DISL REU) program. The DISL REU program is funded by the National Science Foundation and provides intensive research experience and career development for undergraduates in STEM fields. “To be accepted […]

Judson College holds 182nd Commencement

Judson College held its 182nd commencement on June 27, 2020. Due to social distancing measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, families and friends of graduates gathered for the college’s first outdoor commencement ceremony on the front lawn of Jewett Hall. Sixty-one degrees were conferred upon fifty-seven graduates who had successfully completed requirements for Associate Degrees […]

Message from Judson President W. Mark Tew

To the Judson Community: Your College recognizes that racism is embedded deeply in much of modern society.  Expressions of racism are realized in unchallenged systems of oppression as well as by subtle threads that continue to weave through the fabric of our culture.  For our society to move forward, both must be condemned. In my […]

Artist Chasely Matmanivong completes senior exhibition

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many end-of-semester events celebrating student achievements have required new modes of expression. Each year, graduating art majors show their work in a senior exhibition in Judson’s on-campus Marian Acree Tucker Gallery. This year, senior Chasely Matmanivong will present her exhibition, What Broken Feels Like during Judson’s pre-Commencement “Linger a Little Longer” […]

Judson Athletics recognizes team award recipients

Each spring, Judson College Athletics hosts a banquet for the College’s student-athletes to close the school year and reflect on their accomplishments. This year, the Spring Athletic Banquet was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but team awards will still be given. All-Academic honors were highlighted last month, and, beginning this week, the Judson College […]

Artist Toria Mendow completes senior show

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many end-of-semester events celebrating student achievements have required new modes of expression. Each year, graduating art majors show their work in a senior exhibition in Judson’s on-campus Marian Acree Tucker Gallery. This year, an in-person event was not possible for senior Toria Mendow’s exhibition, “Creator”.  Katlin Bailey ’12, a former art […]

Letter from W. Mark Tew

“In the little book of Jude, I find great insight into the ugliness of humanity but also encouragement for the people of God. Looking to the “last days,” which should be understood as beginning the moment of Jesus’ ascension and the subsequent expectation of His return, Jude said, “There will be scoffers, following their own […]

Judson student-athletes named to All-Academic teams

Several Judson College student-athletes have been nationally recognized for their academic achievements during the 2019-2020 school year. Congratulations, Eagles! USCAA National All-Academic Award The United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) National All-Academic distinction is awarded to student-athletes with at least 24 credits and a 3.5 GPA. Fall and Winter 2019 recipients are as follows: Basketball […]

Campus to re-open for private tours

Beginning Monday, May 18, the Judson College campus will re-open for private tours. Preventive health measures and social distancing precautions will continue to be observed, and staff will communicate with guests before their arrival about any additional precautions needed. “Judson College is excited to welcome prospective students and their families to visit our beautiful campus,” […]

Spring 2020 Dean’s List Announced

Judson College has announced its Spring 2020 Dean’s List. To be eligible for the honor, students must have completed a minimum of 15 hours, earned letter grades with no incompletes and earned at least a 3.7 grade point average with no grade below a C. Despite the unexpected challenges of a spring semester unlike any […]