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  • JSUNAA President’s Message0

    Dear JSU Family, This is the year of 2020, and as we enter a new decade of excellence in higher education at Jackson State University (JSU), we reflect on where we have been and where we are going. The achievements of JSU, our alumni and our students would not have the same value if weREAD MORE
  • President’s Message0

    Dear JSU Family, Since assuming the responsibility of acting president, I have been greatly moved and encouraged by your contributions. You, our alumni, are the lifelong stakeholders of this institution, who rally to support “our dear ole college home” no matter the call. It is during difficult times that we must remember those who haveREAD MORE


    Dear Alumni, It is indeed a beautiful time to be a Tiger! Jackson State University is currently celebrating 140 years of excellence, and I am truly blessed to lead an institution entrenched in such a rich legacy. The numerous accomplishments and accolades, which help tell the history of JSU, give us all reason to boast



    Dear Jackson State University Family, Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” As alumni of Jackson State University, we gladly accept our responsibility to inspire our young people, assist them along their educational journey and help prepare them to face the world that lies

  • Roundtable focuses on rejuvation of Jackson’s business climate

    Roundtable focuses on rejuvation of Jackson’s business climate0

    About 30 representatives from business, government and nonprofits gathered at the first Jackson Business Developers Roundtable at Jackson State University earlier this year to discuss rejuvenating the capital’s business climate. Topics ranged from increasing nonprofits’ involvement with business development to promoting local businesses. The Vision 2022 Business Development Plan for the city of Jackson also was

  • President Meyers’ contract renewed

    President Meyers’ contract renewed0

    How to best reach and serve students, as both an HBCU and the state of Mississippi’s only designated Urban University, has been at the core of both physical expansion and the introduction of nationally groundbreaking programs since Dr. Carolyn W. Meyers assumed the presidency in 2010. This spring, the Institutions of Higher Learning Board of Trustees