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  • JU celebrates 80 years Wednesday with Rive...

    Jacksonville University, Northeast Florida’s oldest private masters university, celebrates 80 years on Wednesday with a host of events, including a look at its new River House entertainment/meeting Read More...

  • Economic Roundtable of Jacksonville hosts ...

    ​Presidents Tim Cost and John Delaney will offer their observations and opinions about the impact of secondary education on Northeast Florida's economy at the Economic Roundtable of Jacksonville me Read More...

  • JU hosts major sports medicine/business co...

    ​Athletics and the law, sports medicine, NCAA compliance, concussions, sport business and safety issues are some of the topics on tap for the 2014 “Advances in Sports Medicine and Sport Business” c Read More...

  • JU hosts Florida Geographic Bee Friday, Ap...

    Young geography aces from all across Florida will come together at Jacksonville University on Friday, April 4, to compete in the state Geographic Bee and a spot in the national championship in Wash Read More...

  • JU Speech-Language Pathology master's prog...

    ​Action by Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathologyfirst step toward addressing regional shortage of professionals in the field Jacksonville University’s new ma Read More...

  • JU music major Corey Wilcox getting screen...

    By Phillip Milano An impromptu performance with iconic jazz trumpet player Wynton Marsalis – and years of hard work – has landed a JU senior playing time with another legend and even a bit of scre Read More...

  • Tony Award-winning The Drowsy Chaperone at...

    ​The Tony Award-winning play The Drowsy Chaperone April 3-6 at Jacksonville University is a clever tribute to the “Great American Musical” tradition -- with a sarcastic twist sure to delight anyone Read More...

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