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Office of the President

  • As we have evolved and matured as an academic institution, for the first time in our 84-year history, our University celebrated both a baccalaureate and graduate commencement ceremony this Spring. Congratulations to the Jacksonville University Class of 2018. View Graduate Ceremony / View Undergraduate Ceremony

  • Jacksonville University CFA Research Team was one of five schools in the world to qualify for the global championship. Read Full Article

  • Jacksonville University earned its fifth consecutive title at Sunday’s Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference women’s rowing championship, held at Cooper River Park in Pennsauken Township, N.J. Six Jacksonville University women's rowers received all-conference recognition, while Head Coach Mike Lane is Coach of the Year for the third year in a row. Read more

  • Representatives from THE PLAYERS Championship make a $50,000 donation to the Jacksonville University women’s golf team at the Tee-Off Reception for the StrongHER TogetHER Alliance held at Blue Sky Golf Club on Monday, April 30. Read more

  • Over the past five years, Jacksonville University has experienced tremendous growth in academic programs as well as investments of nearly $40 million into our campus facilities. These investments are designed to strategically position us today for the next 10 years to meet the needs of growing enrollment and higher demand programs. Read more

Tim Cost, Jacksonville University class of 1981, became Jacksonville University’s 12th President in 2013, coming full circle from his time spent at the school decades earlier as a student-athlete. President Cost is the first alumnus to serve as President of JU in its 83 year history.

About the Office of the President

Jacksonville University’s Office of the President consists of the highest level of administrative staff directly reporting to the president. The Office of the President has the responsibility of managing, developing, coordinating, and implementing the strategic initiatives, projects, and programs of the presidential level. Everything the Office of the President does is to enhance the culture of a student centric institution based primarily on serving the needs of the student while fostering the next generation of JU leaders.