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Welcome to Jacksonville University!
Is your student #NewToJU? Check out our Welcome Page for helpful information and resources.
Make sure to sign up for the parent and family e-newsletter, too, for the latest news and events.
Interested in getting more PHINvolved at Jacksonville University? Fill out our Get PHINvolved form to find out how you can get plugged in from anywhere!
Parents and families of JU students,
We are happy for you to be a part of the JU community! We hope you will visit Jacksonville University often and get involved during your student’s time here at JU. Please take a moment and fill out the online form above so that we can communicate with you during your student’s time here and engage you in a meaningful way.
Make sure to like Jacksonville University's Facebook page for campus news and like the JU Alumni page to keep up-to-date events in your area where families are always welcome. Join the Facebook Group to network with and get advice from other parents. Welcome to the Dolphin family!
Visit your student and take part in fun activities and events on campus! Homecoming & Family Weekend in October and Charter Day in April are always great times to stop by. Get suggestions on where to stay and things to do in Jacksonville.
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Please contact Jacksonville University's Office of Parent and Family Engagement with any questions or for more information on how to become actively involved: email@example.com or (904) 256-7599.
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