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.%!*00%+* $! 1(!Ä&#x2019;1% ! (!"ĆŤ+*0!*0/ 2013 Fall Semester Calendar | 4 Welcome from the President, Dr. Carolyn W. Meyers | 5 Welcome from Dr. James C. Renick, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs | 6 Welcome from Dr. Marcus Chanay, Vice President of Student Life | 7 Student Snapshots | 8 Jackson State University History | 10 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Jackson Fairâ&#x20AC;? The Alma Mater | 12 Vision Statement, Mission Statement and Core Values | 13 New Student Orientation Schedule | 14 Undergraduate Studies | 20 College of Business | 24 College of Education and Human Development | 27 College of Liberal Arts | 31 College of Public Service | 36 College of Science, Engineering and Technology | 39 Department of Public Safety | 44 Division of Student Life | 45 Business Office | 51 Financial Aid | 55

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 ĆŤĆľ Ćľ Ćľ 15-16, Thursday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. ................................... Faculty/staff seminar 17, Saturday, 9 a.m. ......................................................................... Residence halls open for freshmen and transfer students 18, Sunday, 2 p.m. .......................................................................... Orientation for parents and students 19, Monday, 9 a.m. ......................................................................... First-Year Orientation and Assessment 20, Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ......................................................... Freshmen, transfer students registration 21-23, Wednesday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. ............................... Readmitted, returning students registration 21-22, Wednesday-Thursday, 6-8 p.m. ........................................ Evening, graduate students registration 26, Monday ...................................................................................... Classes begin for all students (Late registration, $70)

 ÇŤ 2, Monday, holiday (Labor Day)................................................. No classes 3, Tuesday, 7 a.m. ........................................................................... Classes resume (late fee, $105) 4, Wednesday ................................................................................... Last day to pay fees (late fee, $145) 11, Wednesday................................................................................. Last day to add a course 13, Friday .......................................................................................... Last day to drop a class with no grade 13, Friday (evening)........................................................................ Class schedule purged for non-payment

ĆŤÇŤ 7-12, Monday-Saturday ................................................................. Mid-semester examinations 14, Monday ...................................................................................... Mid-semester grades due 22-24, Tuesday-Thursday .............................................................. Academic advisement week 24, Thursday .................................................................................... Foundersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Day convocation 25, Friday, 7 p.m. ............................................................................. Foundersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Day banquet 28, Monday ...................................................................................... Last day to drop a class with â&#x20AC;&#x153;Wâ&#x20AC;? grade 29, Tuesday ...................................................................................... Sophomore Testing Day (Undergraduate English Proficiency Examination)

 ÇŤ 11- Dec. 6 ......................................................................................... Early registration, payment of fees for 2014 spring semester, summer sessions 25-30, Monday-Saturday ............................................................... Fall break/Thanksgiving recess

ĆŤ ÇŤ 2, 7 a.m. ............................................................................................ Classes resume, last day to withdraw 6, Friday ............................................................................................ Classes end 7-12, Saturday-Thursday ............................................................... Final examinations 13, Friday.......................................................................................... Commencement 13, Friday.......................................................................................... Fall semester ends, holiday recess begins 16, Monday ...................................................................................... Grade reports due

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!(+)!".+)0$!.!/% !*0 Welcome to the Jackson State University family! We are proud to be a part of this milestone in your life. Our faculty and staff are committed to providing you with a quality education and helping you prepare for careers in teaching, business, liberal arts, public health, science, engineering and technology. Today you join the 9,000 students who are taking advantage of Jackson State Universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s diverse programs and courses and enjoying some of the finest academic and student-centered facilities in the country. Jackson State has plenty of learning opportunities outside the classroom as well. Through study abroad, community service, internships and other programs you have the chance to gain valuable personal and professional experiences before graduation. We believe experiential learning enhances the education process and we hope youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll take advantage of all that Jackson State has to offer. We care about you and your success. You will be the second class to participate in our iPad Initiative for first-time, full-time freshmen and to use technology as a learning tool on our completely wireless campus. Furthermore, our world-class faculty from diverse cultures will leave an indelible impression upon you through their expertise and vast experiences from home and abroad. We welcome you to our great university and we salute your parents and friends who have entrusted you to the administration, faculty, staff and students at JSU. Best wishes for a successful, enjoyable and productive year. You are now part of the family of ONE Jackson State! Sincerely, Dr. Carolyn W. Meyers, President

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!(+)!".+)0$! .+2+/0* %!.!/% !*0"+.Ƶ !)%Ƶû%./ We greet and salute you for joining us at Jackson State University. This is the best time to begin your college experience, and you have made a great choice in selecting Jackson State. Our expectations are that you will receive the best education and you will become a part of the global network where your “academic passport” will ensure your success. Jackson State University has five academic colleges with faculty from universities across the globe, academic support programs, and many programs allowing you to excel, graduate and join the thousands of other JSU graduates across the world. Our students are leaders and are engaged in all aspects of the University operations. You also join a freshman cohort of students who will receive iPads to provide a modern, technology-assisted learning environment. JSU is ranked among the nation’s top colleges for social mobility, research and service and is accredited by the Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). We thank you for selecting JSU. The Division of Academic Affairs, the Deans of the Colleges and Undergraduate Studies are available to answer any questions you may have. Congratulations on your decision and welcome to “our home”. Sincerely, Dr. James C. Renick, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

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!(+)!".+)0$! %!.!/% !*0"+.01 !*0 %"! I welcome you to Jackson State University and want you to know we are delighted that you have chosen the place that “ensures deep quality through academic excellence, technology-infused learning and civic engagement.” We are “One JSU” and we are glad you are here. From opening convocation to commencement, Jackson State University is dedicated to providing you with everything you need to reach success. With you as an equal partner in this learning experience, the Division of Student Life can support and help guide you on the pathway to success. Whether you’re a commuter or residential student, at JSU, there are many opportunities for you to get involved in campus life. I encourage you to excel in the classroom, participate in student organizations and extracurricular activities, volunteer for community service, and utilize facilities such as the Walter Payton Recreation and Wellness Center and the Career Services/Student Employment Center. Each staff member within the Division of Student Life is dedicated personally and professionally to ensuring that our students have a meaningful and successful university experience inside and outside the classroom. We take seriously our commitment to creating a campus climate that includes all, supports diversity, and connects our students to success. My best wishes for a great year, Dr. Marcus A. Chanay, Vice President for Student Life

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Ćľ  Ćľ  Ä&#x152; %// '/+*00!*%2!./%05 Deja Knight, Miss Jackson State University 2013-14, says incoming freshmen will be surprised by the atmosphere theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll find on campus. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My first impression when I came here was so positive. The atmosphere is so friendly and welcoming,â&#x20AC;? says Knight, who will be a senior computer science major this fall. â&#x20AC;&#x153;New students will love it.â&#x20AC;? Along with excellent academic programs, the university offers a wide range of activities and organizations that make the college experience enjoyable and well-rounded. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d tell incoming students to be open-minded and get involved in campus activities early-on; tap into the universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s amazing resources. There are so many opportunities here to become involved.â&#x20AC;? The freshmen will also be met by a staff and faculty that â&#x20AC;&#x153;donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just feed us academic information,â&#x20AC;? Knight says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They nurture us, they make sure weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be successful.â&#x20AC;? Finally, Knight advises the new students not to neglect their studies while adjusting to being away from home and to a whirlwind campus social life. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They should work their hardest those first two semesters,â&#x20AC;? she says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Those first two semesters serve as the foundation for their grade point average clear through to graduation.â&#x20AC;? Knight, a native of Jackson, was raised in Dallas. This fall, she plans to get involved in local middle and high schools to promote Jackson State to prospective students. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Local kids need to know what an amazing university Jackson State is.â&#x20AC;? She also plans to attend law school and become an intellectual property attorney.

ĆŤĆľ ĆŤĆľÄ&#x152;01 !*0+2!.*)!*0.!/% !*0 Charles Cathey III, a native of Chicago and the 2013-14 president of the Jackson State University Student Government Association, says he fully understands that being away from home can be difficult for some incoming freshmen. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There will be days when you may want to give up or get homesick. But stay true to your course,â&#x20AC;? he advises. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Press yourself to step outside of your comfort zone to make a new friend or two, and take the opportunity to reach out and connect with a member of the faculty, staff, alum or upperclassman. Ask them to become your mentor. I can ensure you that they will become your strongest ally, cheerleader and support system while here.â&#x20AC;? Cathey says he traveled the country visiting college campuses before deciding where he would attend. When he came to Jackson State, he immediately felt he was among family. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I strongly encourage you as incoming freshmen to take full advantage of the many opportunities that will be afforded to you while at Jackson State. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s like no other place. Coming to JSU was the best decision of my life. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Remember, life at Jackson State University will be what you make it!â&#x20AC;? 8


 ƾƍÄ&#x152;/01 !*0ÄĄ0$(!0! Freshmen at Jackson State University who pursue sports as part of their college career will find nationally recognized teams, along with a welcoming student body and a nurturing faculty. Qua Cox, who will play as a senior on the JSU Tigers football team this fall, was recently placed on the 2013 College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) pre-season watch list for its defensive back award. CFPA is the largest awards organization in NCAA Division I college football. Cox says freshman athletes at JSU will be met by a warm and welcoming student body, as well as a nurturing faculty. â&#x20AC;&#x153;At JSU, a lot of people really care about you. People you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know will come up and talk to you, and all the professors are willing to help you, whether youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re an athlete or a regular student.â&#x20AC;? But, Cox advises freshman athletes not to make the mistake he did as a freshman. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re away from home and as a freshman you get all these invitations to parties and have fun. My advice: Cut back on the parties and hit the books,â&#x20AC;? he says. Cox cut back on his busy social life and turned his focus to his education. This fall, the senior star football player will be finishing up work for a degree in recreation. At the same time, pro football scouts will be closely watching his performance on the gridiron. Says Cox to the incoming freshmen: â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you really want something, you have to work for it.â&#x20AC;?

ƾǍÄ&#x152;/+,$+)+.!/01 5%*#.+ There are more than 190 countries in the world, and the International Studies program at Jackson State University connects students to this global society. Sophomore English major Lauren Burns earned a scholarship this year with the help of International Studies that will allow her to fulfill a lifelong dream. In September, she will leave Jackson for Busan, South Korea, where she will study at Pukyong National University for the academic year. Before deciding to attend JSU, Burns researched several other institutions, but the student exchange program at JSU was instrumental in her decision to make Jackson State her collegiate home. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The International Studies program is fantastic,â&#x20AC;? Burns says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They really take care of students while theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re studying abroad.â&#x20AC;? Burns, who plans to teach English in Korea after graduation, says, â&#x20AC;&#x153;I have gotten a good foundation here at JSU.â&#x20AC;? Her advice to freshmen: â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are many different programs on campus that will allow you to do different things. Take advantage of every opportunity to get involved.â&#x20AC;?

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ƾƍ Ćľ  Ä? ÄĽ  From a private church school in Natchez, Miss., with 20 newly freed slaves to a Carnegie-designated high research facility with an international enrollment approaching 9,000, Jackson State Universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s transformation is a testament to courage, vision and leadership. Washington Monthly magazine annually ranks JSU among the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top colleges for social mobility, research and service, and it also is considered one of the top â&#x20AC;&#x153;Military Friendly Schools.â&#x20AC;? The university, accredited by the Commission of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, offers 43 bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degrees, 36 masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degrees, three specialist-in-education degrees and 11 doctoral degrees.

* %//%+* 1877: Founded in Natchez, Miss., as Natchez Seminary, operating under the auspices of the American Baptist Home Mission Society of New York. Twenty newly freed slaves enroll to become ministers and teachers. 1882: Relocated to Jackson, Miss., on what is now the campus of Millsaps College. Renamed Jackson College. 1885: Construction begins on the site now home to the universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s main campus.

)!.#%*# !*0%05 1924: First degree awarded. 1934: American Baptist Home Mission Society withdraws support; move toward state control begins. 1940: Renamed Mississippi Negro Training School. The state Institutions of Higher Learning expands curriculum to a four-year teacher education program. 1944: Renamed Jackson College for Negro Teachers. First graduating class under state support receives bachelor of science degrees in education. 1967: Renamed Jackson State College. 1974: Renamed Jackson State University. 1979: Designated Mississippiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Urban University by the state Institutions of Higher Learning.

4,*/%+* 1990s: Schools of Social Work, Engineering, Allied Health Sciences introduced; School of Business accredited; Public Policy and Administration masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s program elevated to departmental status, making it the only such department in Mississippi. Infrastructure growth includes the $13.5 million renovation of the H.T. Sampson Library, the $2 million restoration of historic Ayer Hall and construction to house the School of Liberal Arts. 1999: Landmark Jackson Heart Study, largest investigation of cardiovascular disease among African Americans, begins. Initially funded through a $12.9 million research grant, it received an additional $54 million in 2005.

$!*!3)%((!**%1) â&#x20AC;˘Universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eight schools organized into five colleges: Business; Education and Human Development; Liberal Arts; Public Service; and Science, Engineering and Technology. â&#x20AC;˘e-City, an economic, housing and community development initiative, created. â&#x20AC;˘The Mississippi Learning Institute, a city-state partnership with an emphasis on math and reading, created. â&#x20AC;˘Mississippi e-Center @ JSU, a technological hub for corporate, community and academic advancement, established; housed in a $20 million facility acquired from Allstate Corp. for only $3 million. â&#x20AC;˘$200 million in construction: College of Liberal Arts, College of Business, Walter Payton Recreation and Wellness Center, Student Center, School of Engineering; new residence halls and apartments and the renovation of the GibbsGreen Pedestrian Walkway connecting the campus and downtown Jackson. 2010: Civil Rights corridor established along John R. Lynch Street featuring the historic COFO Education Center and the opening of the retail and residential development One University Place. 2012: Launch of iPad initiative equipping freshmen with iPads to aid in learning. 2013: Madison satellite site opened. 2014: JSU 101 Building to open in downtown Jackson. 10


.!/% !*0/ 1877-1894: Dr. Charles Ayer 1894-1911: Dr. Luther G. Barrett 1911-1927: Dr. Zachary T. Hubert 1927-1940: Dr. B. Baldwin Dansby 1940-1967: Dr. Jacob L. Reddix 1967-1984: Dr. John A. Peoples, Jr. 1984-1991: Dr. James A. Hefner 1991-1992: Dr. Herman B. Smith, Jr. (interim) 1992-1999: Dr. James E. Lyons, Sr. 1999-2000: Dr. Bettye Ward Fletcher (interim) 2000-2010: Dr. Ronald Mason, Jr. 2010: Dr. Leslie Burl McLemore (interim) 2011-present: Dr. Carolyn W. Meyers

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“Excellentia Academica Investigatio Officium” (Academic Excellence, Research and Service)

“Jackson Fair” The Alma Mater Jackson fair, Jackson dear Thee I love my dear old College home Thee I love wherever I may roam Jackson fair, Jackson dear,

Jackson fair, Jackson dear Thee I love, thy colors rich and bright Thee I love, the blue and the white Jackson fair, Jackson dear.

Refrain Hail, hail to thee, Yes, hail to thee; Hail to the College of my heart, Hail, hail to thee, Yes, hail to thee; Hail to the College of my heart.

Fight Song  Cheer Boys for Jackson Jackson Will Win Cheer Boys for Jackson Never Give In You Do Your Best, Boys We Will Do The Rest, Boys Cheer Boys for Victory Rah! Rah! Rah!

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 Fight For the Right, Boys Jackson Will Win Fight With All Your Might, Boys Never Give In You Do the Best, Boys We Will Do the Rest, Boys Cheer Boys for Victory Rah! Rah! Rah!


  Ćľ  Building on its historic mission of empowering diverse students to become leaders, Jackson State University will become recognized as a challenging, yet nurturing, state-of-the-art, technologically infused intellectual community. Students and faculty will engage in creative research, participate in interdisciplinary and multi-instructional/organizational collaborative learning teams and serve the global community.

 Ćľ  Jackson State University is a historically black, coeducational, doctoral research-intensive university of higher learning that has been designated by the state Institutions of Higher Learning as the Urban University of Mississippi. The University functions as a community of learners in which teaching, research and service are central to its total learning environment. The University maintains a commitment to effectively serve students from diverse academic, social, economic, ethnic and geographic backgrounds. The University also utilizes its human, cultural and physical resources to enhance the surrounding metropolitan community. It further develops responsible leaders who are capable and willing to seek solutions to human, social and technological problems, with special emphasis on those relevant to the metropolitan and urban areas of the state, the nation and the world.

ĆŤĆľ  Ćľ   The University believes that its role as a historically black university inspires and exemplifies positive societal change.

ƵƫƫƵǫ  The University believes in the principled exercise of leadership and the sanctity of the public trust.

Ćľ  The University believes in an experimentally enhanced learning environment where teaching, research, and service are integrated and mutually reinforcing.

  The University is committed to creating a community, which affirms and welcomes persons from diverse backgrounds and experiences and supports the realization of their potential.

 ĆŤ The University responds to the needs of society to the best of its ability and expects its graduates to do likewise.

 ÇŤ  The University believes in and accepts its duty to enhance each generationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s capacity to improve the human condition.

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 Ćľ  New Student Orientation and Welcome Week eases the transition into the JSU community. A variety of informational, academic, social, and community service activities is designed to familiarize students with resources and services.

Friday, Aug. 16 ...............Move-in Day Saturday, Aug. 17 ...........Move-in Day Residence halls open at 8 a.m. Go to the lobby of your assigned residence hall to check in. Verify the status of your financial aid and pay your fees in Financial Services. Financial Aid, Financial Services and Admissions are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. in B. F. Roberts Hall.

7:00 PM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:00 PM .........................Welcome Reception for Parents and Families JSU Student Center Ballroom Meet and greetâ&#x20AC;Śtake a break from the summer heat! We know itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s move-in day, so come as you are. Sip a cool drink and have a bite to eat with administrators, faculty, and staff.

8:00 PM ..........................................Movie Night On the lawn between the College of Liberal Arts and College of Business

Sunday, Aug. 18 10:00 AM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11:00 AM .....................Campus Ministries Meet and Greet Student Center Ballroom A A special nondenominational reception with campus ministers Conducted by the Rev. Elbert McGowan

11:00 AM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1:00 PM .......................Brunch (optional) Heritage Dining

12:00 PM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12:50 PM .....................â&#x20AC;&#x153;Money Mattersâ&#x20AC;? Rose E. McCoy Auditorium Financial Services and Financial Aid representatives discuss private loans, tuition payment plans and key dates, including those for bill payment and reapplication for financial aid next year.

2:00 PM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3:30 PM .........................Opening Convocation Lee E. Williams Athletics and Assembly Center

3:30 PM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5:00 PM .........................â&#x20AC;&#x153;Getting Connected: How We Support Parents and Families?â&#x20AC;? Rose E. McCoy Auditorium Panel discussion with the Latasha Norman Counseling Center and parents, addressing key issues in the first year of college. â&#x20AC;˘Department of Housing/Residence Life â&#x20AC;˘Student Health Center â&#x20AC;˘Campus Police â&#x20AC;˘Aramark â&#x20AC;˘JSU Post Office â&#x20AC;˘Walter Payton Recreation Center

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4:00 PM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5:30 PM .........................â&#x20AC;&#x153;Get Motivatedâ&#x20AC;? Lee E. Williams Athletics and Assembly Center Using personal stories, featured speaker Keith Brown emphasizes the value of stepping out of comfort zones. His motto: Impossible to I am Possible.

6:00 PM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7:30 PM .........................Reception for New Students, Parents & Families JSU Student Center Ballroom (3rd Floor)

Monday, Aug. 19 8:15 AM ..........................................General Session (first-time students) Rose E. McCoy Auditorium

8:30 AM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10:30 AM .......................Community Service (July orientation participants) Student Center

8:30 AM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:30 AM .........................College Student Inventory (transfer students) Noel-Levitz College Student Inventory survey helps determine your learning style and how to harness it for success at JSU.

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H.T. Sampson Library - Computer Lab

Tai Shelby

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Industrial Arts Building - Computer Lab

Paul Scott

8:30 PM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12:30 PM .......................CBASE (College Basic Academic Subject Examination) The criterion-referenced, 180-item academic achievement examination measures competencies in English and mathematics.

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Charles F. Moore 207

Dr. Shirley Burnett

Galina Bennett

D, E, F

Charles F. Moore 221

Robin Marshall

Parkisha Davis

G, H, I

Charles F. Moore 203

Sonya Webster

Stacy Davison

J, K, L, M, N, O

Jacob L. Reddix General Purpose Room

F. Janelle Jefferson

Edna Caston Shandra Thompson Kafond Wilder

P, Q, R

Charles F. Moore 223

Kenya Washington

Dr. Connie Dixon

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Charles F. Moore 219

Monica Lawrence-Rees

Althea Woodson

T, U, V

Charles F. Moore 206

Dr. Sherry Rankin

Venetia Miller

W, X, Y, Z

Charles F. Moore 209

Tiffany Harrington

Josie Latham

Overflow

Charles F. Moore 100

David Atkins

Cassandra Hawkins-Wilson

Reddix Building hall monitor: Christopher Buck Charles F. Moore Building hall monitors: Ethel Smith, Dr. Garrick Shelton, Ameen Abdur-Rashied, Linda Wheeler and MeShonya Wren-Coleman Coordinator of Assessment: LaTonya Robinson-Kanonu

9:35 AM â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11:30 PM .......................Transfer Students Connect JSU Student Center Ballroom (3rd Floor) Facts, fun and food to facilitate connecting you to Tigerland - your home away from home. 15


1:00 PM – 2:00 PM .........................Placement Tests Toledo Chemistry Test (science majors) John A. Peoples Building Rooms 204 & 209

Music Placement Test (music majors) F.D. Hall Music Center Room 201

2:15 PM – 3:30 PM .........................Concurrent Sessions I (freshmen, transfer students) Deans, chairs, faculty and students discuss degree offerings, college and departmental requirements and academic support programs.

College of Business

College of Public Service

College of Business Building, Room 134 Dr. Jean-Claude Assad, Interim Dean

JSU Student Center Senate Chambers Dr. Ricardo A. Brown, Dean

College of Education and Human Development

College of Science, Engineering and Technology

Joseph H. Jackson School of Education Building, Room 100 Dr. Daniel Watkins, Dean

Engineering Building, Room 100 Dr. Richard A. Alό, Dean

College of Liberal Arts

Undergraduate Studies

Dollye M. E. Robinson Liberal Arts Building, Room 166 Dr. Lawrence T. Potter Jr., Dean

(undecided majors) Charles F. Moore Building, Room 100 Dr. Evelyn J. Leggette, Dean

3:00 PM – 6:00 PM .........................Campus Fun Day Gibbs-Green Pedestrian Walkway Food, games and music

3:35 PM – 4:30 PM .........................Concurrent Sessions II Commuter, Transfer Student Orientation JSU Student Center Theater Veteran and Military Student Orientation Jacob L. Reddix Building, Room 100 Learn about the G.I. Bill and support available to veterans, service members and dependents. W.E.B. Du Bois Honors College Students Orientation JSU Student Center Ballroom A Get an overview of the honor college’s mission, membership guidelines, requirements and benefits, including academic advisement, services and activities.

7:00 PM – 9:30 PM .........................“ROMP at the REC” Walter Payton Recreation and Wellness Center Mini sports tournaments, group exercise demonstrations, SAC orientations, tours, music, and prizes offer a way to become familiar with the state-of-the-art facility.

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Tuesday, Aug. 20 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM .......................Community Service Project (July orientation participants) Student Center

Academic Advisement (freshmen, transfer students) Charles F. Moore Building, Room 100 Advisors will assist with course selection, change of major, and referral to needed resources. Report by college, according to last name: 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM....................College of Liberal Arts (A-L) 9:35 AM – 10:35 AM .................College of Liberal Arts (M-Z) 10:40 AM – 11:40 AM ...............College of Education and Human Development College of Public Service Undecided 12:45 PM – 1:45 PM ..................College of Business (A-L) 1:50 PM – 2:50 PM.....................College of Business (M-Z) 2:55 PM – 3:55 PM.....................College of Science, Engineering and Technology (A-L) 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM.....................College of Science, Engineering and Technology (M-Z)

2:00 PM ..........................................International Student Orientation Jacob L. Reddix Building, General Purpose Room Topics include: maintaining student visa status, employment, practical training, transfer procedure, international travel, extension of stay, reinstatement of visa status, changes in academic level, major, and financial support, health insurance, Social Security numbers, change of address, student identification card, driver’s license, bank accounts, transportation, tours and diversity awareness.

2:00 PM – 3:30 PM .........................“What’s the 411 at JSU?” 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM (Newly registered students) Student Center Ballroom

6:00 PM ..........................................“Putting the ‘U’ In JSU” Student Center Ballroom A&B Explore Student Life departments and leadership opportunities.

9:00 PM ..........................................Movie Night Student Center (Theater)

Wednesday, Aug. 21 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM .......................Community Service Project (Newly registered students) Student Center

8:30 AM – 4:45 PM .........................Academic Advisement and Registration (all students*) Charles F. Moore Building, Room 100 *Transfer students with 60 or more earned hours, juniors and seniors advised in their major departments

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2:00 PM – 4:00 PM .........................“The Scoop on JSU” 1st Floor Student Center Enjoy a scoop of ice cream while learning about processes and procedures: Auxiliary Enterprises – JSU Supercard; IT – setting up JSU email; EMS – setting up EMS alerts, email/texts, etc.

5:00 PM – 6:30 PM .........................“Becoming a True Jacksonian Man” Jacob L. Reddix General Purpose Room In a conversational format, DeMarco Morgan shares steps necessary to succeed at JSU and beyond.

“Becoming a True Jacksonian Woman” Student Center Ballroom (3rd Floor) In a conversational format, Dr. Edelia J. Carthan and Sarah Brown share steps necessary to succeed at JSU and beyond.

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM .........................Evening Registration 7:00 PM ..........................................Comedy Show Rose E. McCoy Auditorium

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Thursday, Aug. 22 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM .........................“JSU Leadership: At Its Best Featuring Patrick George” Lee E. Williams Athletics and Assembly Center Learn about leadership through team-building exercises, lectures and evaluations.

8:30 AM – 4:45 AM.........................Academic Advisement and Registration Charles F. Moore Building, Room 100 (all students*) *Transfer students with 60 or more earned hours, juniors and seniors are advised in their major departments

2:00 PM ..........................................International Student Orientation Jacob L. Reddix Building, General Purpose Room (students who missed the first session)

6:00 PM– 8:00 PM ..........................Evening Registration 7:00 PM ..........................................“It’s Showtime at JSU” (Apollo-style talent show for the Class of 2017) Rose E. McCoy Auditorium 18


Friday, Aug. 23 8:30 AM – 4:45 AM.........................Academic Advisement and Registration Charles F. Moore Building, Room 100 (all students*) *Transfer students with 60 or more earned hours, juniors and seniors are advised in their major departments.

10:00 AM ........................................Freshman Closing Orientation Program “Welcome to Tigerland, Embracing Your Journey” Speaker Dr. Calvin Mackie Rose E. McCoy Auditorium Dr. Calvin Mackie addresses the importance of evolving academically, socially, and spiritually throughout matriculation.

5:00 PM ..........................................“Who Runs the Yard-Meet the Greeks” & Festival John A. Peoples Building, lawn Celebrate with food and music

Saturday, Aug. 24 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM .......................Community Service Project (Newly registered students) Student Center Open (and free) gym, including basketball, touch football, etc. Walter Payton Fitness Center

4:00 PM, 6:30 PM, 9:00 PM ............Movie Night & Game Room Student Center

Sunday, Aug. 25 10:00 AM ........................................Worship Service JSU Student Center Ballroom

7:00 PM ..........................................Movie Night JSU Student Theater

Monday, Aug. 26 Classes Begin!

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2!.2%!3 â&#x20AC;˘This student advocate unit provides a quality assurance program for first- and second-year students. In collaboration with academic colleges, it ensures preparation for the rigor of intended majors, and engagement in leadership, service, citizenship and community development activities. â&#x20AC;˘First-Year Experience creates shared experiences emphasizing challenging curricula, seminars, service and community learning activities and mobile technology. The signature course University Success 100/101 is among its offerings. Students engage in a battery of assessments, complete the general education core and participate in academic and student life activities. â&#x20AC;˘The W.E.B. Du Bois Honors College encourages intellectual curiosity and critical and analytical thinking among highachieving students through research and programs of study commensurate with ability beyond the regular curriculum. â&#x20AC;˘University College offers a Summer Bridge Program for students who need help meeting admission requirements. Courses in English, mathematics and reading are emphasized.

0.101.! â&#x20AC;˘Three major programs: First-Year Experience, the W.E.B. Du Bois Honors College and University College. â&#x20AC;˘Six ancillary programs: Freshman/Transfer Orientation and Welcome Week, First-Year Assessment, First-Year Advisement, Student Retention Services, Transfer Services, and Comprehensive Academic Support Services â&#x20AC;˘The Center for Undergraduate Research, operating under Title III, administers mini-grants to faculty to mentor students and showcase work at the annual spring CUR research conference. â&#x20AC;˘The Summer Bridge Program offers incoming science, technology, math and engineering (STEM) students an opportunity to earn six to nine hours of college credit with the assistance of tutoring, mentoring and technologyassisted teaching; free room, board, tuition and books.

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First-Year Advisement The Academic Advisement Center serves freshmen, sophomores, and transfer students with fewer than 60 hours. A dual Professional and Faculty Advisors program helps students develop academic plans compatible with educational and life goals. The center also provides information related to university regulations, policies, and procedures as they apply to graduation requirements and makes referrals for needed resources and academic support services.

First-Year Assessment (FYA) Data are used to continuously improve the teaching and learning experience and enhance the effectiveness of academic programs, processes and services. Assessments include standardized exams, student academic performance analysis, and program and service evaluations. Freshmen take a battery of tests, complete portfolios and participate in survey research, personal development and self-assessment activities. FYA offers workshops on study and test-taking skills, note-taking strategies, time management and critical thinking.

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Student Retention Services (SRS) SRS coordinates institutional efforts and implements programs to increase the retention rate of at-risk students, especially fall-to-second-semester freshmen. It monitors the academic progress of at-risk students by developing a plan of action to support the Satisfactory Academic Appeals process, academic probation and suspension criteria and the Academic New Start and Second Chance programs. SRS also assists with the formal withdrawal process.

Transition/Transfer Services To ease the transition to college life, this program provides information on academic degree programs, the articulation agreement, academic support, student services, campus life, financial aid, and university policies and programs. It administers The Noel-Levitz College Student Inventory survey and schedules activities to help transfer students connect with other students, faculty, staff, and administrators. Advisors are available to further discuss major requirements and course selections.

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David Atkins

Engineering 246

601.979.0547

david.atkins@jsums.edu

Edna Caston

CFM 101

601.979.0839

edna.e.caston@jsums.edu

Dr. Connie Dixon

CFM 105B

601.979.2107

connie.m.dixon@jsums.edu

F. Janelle Hannah-Jefferson

CFM 110A

601.979.1356

floressa.j.hannah-jefferson@jsums.edu

LaTonya Robinson-Kanonu

CFM 202

601.979.1494

latonya.d.robinson-kanonu@jsums.edu

Josie Latham

Engineering 246

601.979.0562

josie.h.latham@jsums.edu

Clarence Lowe

CFM 120

601.979.3700

clarence.lowe@jsums.edu

Venetia Miller

CFM 105C

601.979.6970

venetia.a.miller@jsums.edu

Shandra Thompson

CFM 116

601.979.1301

shandra.d.fowler-thompson@jsums.edu

Kenya Washington

CFM 110B

601.979.2825

kenya.t.washington@jsums.edu

Monesa Watts

CFM 226

601.979.3345

monesa.watts@jsums.edu

Sonya Webster

CFM 117

601.979.1251

sonya.d.webster@jsums.edu

Kafond Wilder

CFM 110E

601.979.3341

kafond.j.wilder@jsums.edu



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Galina Bennett

CFM 117

601.979.1784

galina.m.bennett@jsums.edu

Christopher Buck

Engineering 246

601.979.0547

christopher.m.buck@jsums.edu

Parkisha Davis

Engineering 152

601.979.0551

parkisha.c.davis@jsums.edu

Priscilla Edwards

CFM 111

601.979.7092

priscilla.w.edwards@jsums.edu

Phyllis Kinlaw

CFM 113

601.979.2127

phyllis.s.kinlaw@jsums.edu

Joseph Latimore

CFM 114

601.979.4330

joseph.a.latimore@jsums.edu

Pamela Skipper

CFM 105

601.979.2107

pamela.m.skipper@jsums.edu

Ethel Smith

CFM Lobby

601.979.0916

ethel.smith@jsums.edu

Morris Williams

CFM 210 Lab

601.979.1785

morris.t.williams@jsums.edu

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CFM 328

601.979.0436

ameen.abdur-rashied@jsums.edu

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Dr. Shirley Burnett

CFM 119B

601.979.1394

shirley.f.burnett@jsums.edu

Stacy Davison

CFM 119A

601.979.1393

stacy.davison@jsums.edu

Tiffany Harrington

CFM 112C

601.979.3336

tiffany.s.harrington@jsums.edu

Cassandra R. Wilson

CFM 112A

601.979.7088

cassandra.r.wilson@jsums.edu

Monica Lawrence-Rees

CFM 118A

601.979.1384

monica.l.lawrence@jsums.edu

Ella Moore-Boyd

CFM 118B

601.979.2789

ella.g.moore@jsums.edu

Dr. Sherry Rankin

CFM 112D

601.979.1396

sherry.l.rankin@jsums.edu

Linda Wheeler

CFM 112B

601.979.7086

linda.m.wheeler@jsums.edu

Althea Woodson

CFM 200

601.979.2385

althea.f.woodson@jsums.edu

Meshonya M. Wren-Coleman

CFM 328A

601.979.2827

meshonya.m.wren-daniel@jsums.edu

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CFM 214

601.979.3339

jennifer.e.scott-gilmore@jsums.edu

Robin Marshall

CFM 110D

601.979.2826

robin.r.marshall@jsums.edu

Patricia Sheriff-Taylor

CFM 113

601.979.2320

patricia.sheriff-taylor@jsums.edu


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Alpha Chi

Ella Moore-Boyd

601.979.2789

ella.g.moore@jsums.edu

Alpha Lambda Delta

Dr. Marie Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Banner-Jackson LaTonya Robinson-Kanonu

601.979.7092 601.979.1494

mjackson@jsums.edu latonya.d.robinson@jsums.edu

Chi Alpha Epsilon

Stacy Davison Dr. Shirley Burnett

601.979.1393 601.979.1394

stacy.davison@jsums.edu shirley.f.burnett@jsums.edu

Phi Kappa Phi

Dr. Marie Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Banner-Jackson, President

601.979.7092

mjackson@jsums.edu

Tau Sigma

Jennifer Scott-Gilmore

601.979.3339

jennifer.e.scott@jsums.edu

University College Ambassadors

Meshonya M. Wren-Coleman

601.979.2827

meshonya.m.wren-daniel@jsums.edu

Whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

Dr. Loria Brown-Gordon

601.979.2107

loria.c.brown@jsums.edu

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W.E.B. Du Bois Honors College 

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Estus & Dorothy T. Smith Endowed Scholarship

Depending on available income.

â&#x20AC;˘Be a full-time or part-time undergraduate student from the state of Ohio â&#x20AC;˘Have a minimum 3.0 GPA â&#x20AC;˘Renewable; must reapply

Dr. John A. Peoples, Jr. Distinguished Endowed Scholarship

$1,000 annually, depending on available income.

â&#x20AC;˘Be a second-semester sophomore Mathematics or Science major enrolled in the JSU W.E.B. Du Bois Honors College â&#x20AC;˘Have a minimum 3.8 GPA and ACT score of 20 â&#x20AC;˘Extracurricular activities â&#x20AC;˘Unmet financial need after the financial aid award package has been determined

H. T. Sampson Endowment Scholarship in Mathematics

$200 a semester depending on available income.

â&#x20AC;˘Be a sophomore or junior Mathematics major with demonstrated leadership abilities â&#x20AC;˘Have a minimum 3.0 GPA â&#x20AC;˘Unmet financial need after the financial aid award package has been determined

Lottie W. Thornton Elementary Education Endowed Scholarship

$500 a semester depending on available income.

â&#x20AC;˘Be a sophomore or junior Elementary Education major â&#x20AC;˘Have a minimum 3.0 GPA â&#x20AC;˘Renewable; must reapply â&#x20AC;˘Unmet financial need after the financial aid award package has been determined

Jacob L. Reddix Endowed Scholarship in Mathematics, Science & Technology

Partial tuition, depending on available income.

â&#x20AC;˘Be an Industrial Technology sophomore or junior major â&#x20AC;˘Have a minimum 3.0 GPA â&#x20AC;˘Renewable â&#x20AC;˘Unmet financial need after the financial aid award package has been determined

$1,000 a semester.

â&#x20AC;˘Prefer African American sophomore or junior â&#x20AC;˘Be a mathematics, biology or chemistry major â&#x20AC;˘Commit to working at the Kidz Care Clinic for a minimum of 10 hours a week â&#x20AC;˘Unmet financial need after the financial aid award package has been determined

Percy E. Gibson, Jr. Scholarship

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2!.2%!3 An enriched learning environment, with a focus on management education, intellectual and professional development, applied research and service activities are emphasized. Coursework in business and related disciplines provides skills and competencies necessary to pursue careers or advanced study. Professional development activities are designed to enhance communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills and to acquaint students with social and behavioral attitudes and norms required for success in business. The College of Business works aggressively to help students secure internships and career opportunities in business, industry, and/or graduate school.

0.101.! â&#x20AC;˘Four academic departments: Accounting; Economics, Finance and General Business; Entrepreneurship and Professional Development; and Management and Marketing â&#x20AC;˘Graduate Programs Office â&#x20AC;˘Center for Business Development and Economic Research

!#.!!,.+#.)/ â&#x20AC;˘Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Entrepreneurship,Finance, Management, and Marketing â&#x20AC;˘Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) â&#x20AC;˘Master of Professional Accountancy (M.P.A.) â&#x20AC;˘Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Ćľ.! %00%+* â&#x20AC;˘Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International)

Ćľ 2%/!)!*0* !0!*0%+* The College of Business, through its academic departments, collaborates with Undergraduate Studies and Community College Relations to ensure freshman, sophomore and transfer business students receive ongoing academic advisement and support. Juniors, seniors and transfer students with 60 or more credit hours receive primary advisement in their respective academic departments. Faculty advisors maintain a regular academic advisement schedule. They track academic progress and issue early warning interventions as necessary. Students are encouraged to consistently meet with their advisors regarding course registration, graduation application and clearance as well as other issues that relate to matriculation.

Ćľ !)%1,,+.0!.2%!/ â&#x20AC;˘Accounting Tutorial Laboratory: Tutors provide sessions for a minimum of 15 hours per week each semester in Principles of Financial Accounting (ACC 211) and Principles of Managerial Accounting (ACC 212). â&#x20AC;˘Economics and Statistics Tutorial Laboratory: Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO 211); Principles of Microeconomics; and Business Statistics (ECO 359); staffed with economics Ph.D. students and supervised by Dr. Gail Fulgham and Dr. Nicholas Hill. 24


+*+.+%!0%!/ÄĽ.#*%60%+*/ â&#x20AC;˘Alpha Mu Alpha â&#x20AC;˘American Marketing Association (AMA) â&#x20AC;˘Beta Gamma Sigma â&#x20AC;˘Economics Club â&#x20AC;˘Financial Management Association â&#x20AC;˘Investment Club â&#x20AC;˘Omicron Delta Epsilon â&#x20AC;˘Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM) â&#x20AC;˘The Accounting Society (open to all majors)

$+(./$%,/ÄĽĆŤ.%0!.% â&#x20AC;˘Anslen Jerome Martin Endowed Scholarship Major: All; 3.0 GPA Classification: Juniors, seniors with military background â&#x20AC;˘C-Spire (formerly Cellular South) Major: Accounting, Marketing, Computer Science; 3.0 GPA, 21 ACT Classification: Freshmen â&#x20AC;˘Charles F. Moore Endowed Scholarship Major: All; 2.5 GPA Classification: Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors â&#x20AC;˘David Garfinkel Endowed Memorial Fund The fundâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s earned income, used at the discretion of the dean of the College of Business, may go toward faculty development and student scholarships. â&#x20AC;˘Milton Lewis Harper Major: Accounting; 2.8 GPA Classification: Juniors, seniors â&#x20AC;˘Harper and Sullivan Major: Accounting; 2.8 GPA Classification: Juniors â&#x20AC;˘Farm Credit Bank Major: Business; 3.0 GPA Classification: Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors â&#x20AC;˘Union Pacific Major: All; 3.0 GPA Classification: Freshmen

Application deadline Applications due by March 30. For details and applications, contact Academic Services at 601.979.2413.

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Accounting

Dr. Cecil Hill Donald McWilliams Henry Thomas

COB 448 COB 443 COB 446

601.979.2703 601.979.2699 601.979.2028

cecil.l.hill@jsums.edu donald.r.mcwilliams@jsums.edu henry.thomas@jsums.edu

Economics, Finance and General Business

Dr. Patricia Freeman

COB 426

601.979.2610

patricia.a.freeman@jsums.edu

Entrepreneurship

Dr. Mercidee Curry Jacqueline Spires

COB 315 COB 324

601.979-3311 601.979.3327

mercidee.curry@jsums.edu jacqueline.triplett-spires@jsums.edu

Management and Marketing

Dr. Robert Gillon Dr. Gwendolyn Catchings

COB 378 COB 385

601.979.1298 601.979.3313

rlgillon@jsums.edu gwendolyn.c.catchings@jsums.edu

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Accounting

Dr. Cecil Hill Donald McWilliams Henry Thomas

COB 448 COB 443 COB 446

601.979.2703 601.979.2699 601.979.2028

cecil.l.hill@jsums.edu donald.r.mcwilliams@jsums.edu henry.thomas@jsums.edu

Economics, Finance and General Business

Dr. Phillip Fuller Dr. Nicholas Hill

COB 417 COB 420

601.979.2612 601.979-2605

phillip.r.fuller@jsums.edu nicholas.hill@jsums.edu

Entrepreneurship

Dr. Donald Causey Dr. Vershun McClain

COB 317 COB 322

601.979-3326 601.979.1034

donald.causey@jsums.edu vershun.l.mcclain@jsums.edu

Management and Marketing

Dr. Samuel Perkins Dr. J.R. Smith

COB 376 COB 384

601.979.2979 601.979.2534

samuel.n.perkins@jsums.edu jrsmith@jsums.edu

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Accounting

Dr. Donald McWilliams Dr. Cecil Hill Dr. Bobbie Daniels Richard Russell Dr. Annette Pridgen Henry Thomas

COB 443 COB 448 COB 444 COB 453 COB 439 COB 446

601.979.2699 601.979.2703 601.979.2708 601.979.2330 601.979.2676 601.979.2707

Economics, Finance and General Business

Dr. Patricia Freeman

COB 426

601.979.2610

patricia.a.freeman@jsums.edu

Entrepreneurship

Dr. Donald Causey Dr. Mercidee Curry Jacqueline Spires

COB 317 COB 315 COB 324

601.979.3326 601.979.3311 601.979.3327

donald.causey@jsums.edu mercidee.curry@jsums.edu jacqueline.triplett-spires@jsums.edu

Management and Marketing

Dr. Gwendolyn Catchings Dr. Robert Gillon

COB 385 COB 378

601.979.3313 601.979.1298

gwendolyn.c.catchings@jsums.edu rlgillon@jsums.edu

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donald.r.mcwilliams@jsums.edu cecil.l.hill@jsums.edu bobbie.w.daniels@jsums.edu richard.l.russell@jsums.edu annette.pridgen@jsums.edu henry.thomas@jsums.edu


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2!.2%!3 The National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) nationally recognizes the College of Education and Human Development (COEHD) educator preparation unit for its programs, faculty, and candidates. Its Teacher Education program, the first HBCU in Mississippi to be accredited by NCATE, places more African-American teachers and administrators in the public school system than any other institution in the state and ranks second in that category in the nation. Degree programs at the bachelor, master, specialist and doctoral levels are offered, and graduates are certified in all major teaching fields at the elementary, middle and secondary levels.

0.101.! â&#x20AC;˘Six academic departments organized within the School of Administrative Leadership and School of Instructional Leadership

Ćľ.! %00%+* â&#x20AC;˘National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE); all departments â&#x20AC;˘Credentialed faculty, including K-12 teacher licensure, athletic training certification and licensure, P-16 coaching, certified recreation specialist (CTRS), strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS)

&+.ÄĽ!#.!! â&#x20AC;˘Childcare and Family Education â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Physical Education â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S., M.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Early Childhood Education â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S., M.S., Ed.D.

â&#x20AC;˘Health Education â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Elementary Education â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S., M.S., Ed.S

â&#x20AC;˘Health Recreation Administration â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Educational Administration and Supervision â&#x20AC;&#x201D; M.S., Ed.S., Ph.D.

â&#x20AC;˘Therapeutic Recreation â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Counseling â&#x20AC;&#x201D; M.S., Ed.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Secondary Education â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S., M.S.

â&#x20AC;˘School Counseling â&#x20AC;&#x201D; M.S., Ed.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Social Science â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S., M.S., Ed.S

â&#x20AC;˘Community Counseling â&#x20AC;&#x201D; M.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Special Education â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S., M.S., Ed.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Rehabilitation Counseling â&#x20AC;&#x201D; M.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Educational Technology â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Sports Science â&#x20AC;&#x201D; M.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Psychometry â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Ed.S.

ĆŤ.!!.,,+.01*%0%!/ Recent graduates are teachers, administrators, counselors, reporters, deans, directors, therapists and publishers.

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M.S. Educational Leadership

Pi Lambda Theta

Dr. Laverne Gentry

601.979.3406

laverne.a.gentry@jsums.edu

M.S. Rehabilitation Counseling

Chi Sigma Iota

Dr. Dion Porter

601.979.3364

dion.f.porter@jsums.edu

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Sadie Magee Leadership Award

HPER majors, female athletes demonstrated financial need

ƾƾ $250

Leroy V. Smith Book Award

HPER majors demonstrated financial need

Based on availability

Advisement Notice All COEHD majors are expected to meet with academic advisors in their respective departments. Juniors and seniors (by credit hour) who fail to do so risk inaccurate information regarding course sequencing and prerequisites, academic standards, departmental examinations, and graduation requirements (UEPE - Undergraduate English Proficiency Examination,community service hours).

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Dr. Kathy Bryant

SEB 319C

601.979.1751

kathy.j.bryant@jsums.edu

Dr. Linda Channell

SEB 317A

601.979.1023

linda.g.channell@jsums.edu

Dr. Tracy Harris

SEB 315C

601.979.1749

tracy.l.harris@jsums.edu

B.S. Childcare and Family Education/B.S. Early Childhood Education Pre-K/K M.S. Early Childhood Education Dr. Stephanie Davidson

SEB 320A

601.979.0514

stephanie.r.davidson@jsums.edu

Dr. Barney Fish

SEB 317C

601.979.3410

barney.l.fish@jsums.edu

Dr. George Mitchell

SEB 319F

601.979.0292

george.t.mitchell@jsums.edu

Dr. Linda Channell

SEB 317A

601.979.1023

linda.g.channell@jsums.edu

Dr. Tracy Harris

SEB 315C

601.979.1749

tracy.l.harris@jsums.edu

M.S. Reading

M.S., Ed.S. Elementary Education Dr. Tony Latiker

SEB 319E

601.979.0300

tony.t.latiker@jsums.edu

Dr. Jianjun Yin

SEB 315A

601.979.3408

jianjun.yin@jsums.edu

Ed.D. Early Childhood Education Dr. William Brown

SEB 309

601.979.3412

william.a.brown@jsums.edu

Dr. Vivian Taylor

SEB 315B

601.979.1358

vivian.y.taylor@jsums.edu

Dr. Rodney Washington

SEB 311

601.979.2341

rodney.washington@jsums.edu

Freshmen/Transfer Students Dr. Evornia Kincaid

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601.979.0515

evornia.kincaid@jsums.edu


M.S. Educational Leadership Dr. Laverne Gentry

SEB 215

601.979.3406

laverne.a.gentry@jsums.edu

601.979.0490

ingrad.c.smith@jsums.edu

SEB 212

601.979.0490

ingrad.c.smith@jsums.edu

Dr. James Maddirala

SEB 217

601.979.1140

james.s.maddirala@jsums.edu

Dr. Benjamin Ngwudike

SEB 215

601.979.3405

benjamin.c.ngwudike@jsums.edu

SEB 109B

601.979.1064

ruben.gentry@jsums.edu

SEB 109I

601.979.8663

glenda.y.windfield@jsums.edu

SEB 109H

601.979.8660

tracy.k.lackey@jsums.edu

Ed.S. Educational Leadership Dr. Ingrad Smith

SEB 212

Ph.D. Educational Leadership Dr. Ingrad Smith

Ph.D. Higher Education

B.S. Special Education Dr. Ruben Gentry

M.S. Special Education Dr. Glenda Windfield

Ed.S. Special Education Dr. Tracy Lackey

M.S. Rehabilitation Counseling Dr. Jean Farish

SEB 319A

601.979.3365

jean.m.farish@jsums.edu

Dr. Dion Porter

SEB 319B

601.979.3364

dion.f.porter@jsums.edu

Dr. Frank Giles

SEB 109D

601.979.4188

frank.l.giles@jsums.edu

M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling Dr. Regina Fults-McMurtery

SEB 319F

601.979.3416

regina.s.fults-mcmurtery@jsums.edu

Dr. Lakitta Johnson

SEB 319K

601.979.1745

lakitta.d.johnson@jsums.edu

Dr. Rannie Lewis

SEB 348

601.979.0505

rannie.j.lewis@jsums.edu

Dr. Gloria Dansby-Giles

SEB109D

601.979.4188

gloria.f.dansby-giles@jsums.edu

M.S. Ed.S. School Counseling Dr. Ronica Arnold Branson

SEB 319M

601.979.1891

ronica.d.arnold@jsums.edu

Dr. Alfonzo Haralson

SEB 319D

601.979.1141

alfonzo.haralson@jsums.edu

SEB 319O

601.979.1739

nanolla.yazdani@jsums.edu

Ed.S. Psychometry Dr. Nanolla Yazdani

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Chair

ALL

Main Office 20

601.979.2765

tamika.r.bradley@jsums.edu

Dr. Picasso Nelson

Sports Science

ALL

Office 101A

601.979.0274

picasso.c.nelson@jsums.edu

Dr. Allan Simmons

M.S. Education, PE

ALL

Suite 1 Office 5

601.979.2623

allan.a.simmons@jsums.edu

Dr. Hill Williams Jr.

Sports Science

ALL

Office 110C

601.979.0272

hill.williams@jsums.edu

jacqueline.v.jackson@jsums.edu

Health Education Dr. Jacqueline Jackson

A-F

Office 137

601.979.2774

Eltorry Ficklin

G-N

Suite 1 Office 1

601.979.2501

eltorry.ficklin@jsum.edu

C. Dianne Butler

O-Z

Suite 1 Office 2

601.979.1775

clara.d.butler@jsums.edu

A-I

Office 10

601.979.2764

narah.d.oatis@jsums.edu

Physical Education Narah Oatis J. Michelle Houston

J-Q

Gym 111

601.979.2783

Leon Harris

R-Z

Gym 107B

601.979.2374

leon.harris@jsums.edu

Recreation Administration/Therapeutic Recreation Dr. Patricia Kennedy

Freshmen/Transfer Advisor

Main Office 21

601.979.2771

patricia.r.kennedy@jsums.edu

Dr. Gwendolyn Dawkins

Program Advisor

Main Office 23

601.979.2770

gwendolyn.s.dawkins@jsums.edu

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2!.2%!3 The College of Liberal Arts is the oldest, most diverse interdisciplinary unit of JSUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s five academic colleges. It promotes research, scholarship, and creative expression in the arts, humanities, social and behavioral sciences. Academic disciplines, programs, interdisciplinary centers, and institutes are designed to cultivate skills in research and analysis, written and oral communications, critical thinking, and visual literacy while encouraging a commitment to service work.

0.101.! â&#x20AC;˘Nine academic departments organized within the schools of Communications, Fine and Performing Arts, and Social and Behavioral Sciences â&#x20AC;˘Two department-based research and community outreach units â&#x20AC;&#x201D; the Applied Psychological Services Clinic and Community Health Program and the Interdisciplinary Alcohol/Drug Studies Center â&#x20AC;˘Margaret Walker Alexander National Research Center, housing the second largest collection of a modern black female writer in the world (next to Maya Angelouâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s collection at the historic Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture) â&#x20AC;˘Department of Military Science (Army ROTC)

Ćľ.! %00%+* â&#x20AC;˘Department of Mass Communications â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Accrediting Council for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMS), 25 years; one of few HBCU programs with this designation â&#x20AC;˘Department of Art â&#x20AC;&#x201D; National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) â&#x20AC;˘Department of English and Modern Foreign Languagesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) â&#x20AC;˘Department of Psychology â&#x20AC;&#x201D; American Psychological Association (APA) Committee on Accreditation; doctoral program in clinical psychology one of only two HCBUs (Howard University) to hold this distinction

&+.ÄĽ!#.!! â&#x20AC;˘Art â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.A.

â&#x20AC;˘Music â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.M., B.M.E., M.M.E.

â&#x20AC;˘Criminal Justice and Sociology â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.A., B.S., M.A.

â&#x20AC;˘Political Science â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.A., M.A.

â&#x20AC;˘English and Modern Foreign Languages â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.A, M.A., M.A.T, Ed.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Psychology â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S., Ph.D.

â&#x20AC;˘History and Philosophy â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.A., B.S., M.A.

â&#x20AC;˘Speech Communication and Theatre â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.A., B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Mass Communications â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S., M.S.

ĆŤ.!!.,,+.01*%0%!/ Recent graduates are foreign correspondents, parole officers, attorneys, actors, newscasters, public relations professionals, researchers, pollsters, translators, musicians, graphic designers, teachers, administrators, drug counselors, FBI agents, authors, reporters, theater directors, therapists, military, psychologists, designers, publishers, and filmmakers.

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Art Club

Art

Jimmy Mumford jimmy.mumford@jsums.edu 601.979.3005

Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society Criminal Justice and Sociology

(Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society) Dr. Etta F. Morgan etta.f.morgan@jsums.edu 601.979.2626

Alpha Mu Gamma (Foreign Languages) Esperanza Velasquez esperanza.velasquez@jsums.edu 601.979.2866 Maria Rickets maria.rickets@jsums.edu 601.979.1131

English and Modern Foreign Languages

Sigma Tau Delta English International Honor Society (English) Dr. RaShell Spears rashell.spears@jsums.edu 601.979.5859 Dr. Helen Crump helen.crump@jsums.edu 601.979.5890 Shelia Salins sheila.s.salins@jusms.edu 601.979.0377

Shakespeare Club Dr. Everett Neasman everett.g.neasman@jsums.edu 601.979.1132

Outspoken Poetry C. Leigh McInnis cleigh.mcinnis@jsums.edu 601.979.1335

History Club History and Philosophy

Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society Dr. Mark Bernhardt mark.a.bernhardt@jsums.edu 601.961.5301

Bonnie Gardner bonnie.j.gardner@jsums.edu 601.979.2502 Farah Christmas farah.l.christmas@jsums.edu 601.894.1202

American Advertising Federation (AAF) Dr. Monica Flippin-Wynn monica.g.flippin-wynn@jsums.edu 601.979.2152

National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Mass Communications

Dr. Sunny Smith-Fridge sunny.s.fridge@jsums.edu 601.979.2152 Dr. Andrea Dilworth andrea.w.dilworth@jsums.edu 601.979.2152

Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Dr. Riva Teague riva.b.teague@jsums.edu 601.979.2152

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Military Science

The National Society of Scabbard and Blade Maj. Bobby W. Crocker bobby.w.crocker2.mil@mail.mil 601.979.8600

Ranger Challenge Team MSG Martin Gutierrez martin.gutierrez2.mil@mail.mil 601.979.8600

Phi Mu Alpha-Music Fraternity

National Association of Music Education

Harlan Zackery harlan.zackery@jsums.edu 601.979.2882

Dr. David Akombo david.o.akombo@jsums.edu 601.979.2584

Tau Beta Sigma-Band Sorority

Music Teachers National Association

Dowell Taylor dowell.t.taylor@jsums.edu 601.979.2217

Willenham Castilla willenham.c.castilla@jsums.edu 601.979.2891

Music

Fannie Lou Hamer Pre-Law Society Pi Sigma Alpha National Honorary Political Science

Psychology

Dr. B. Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Andra Orey byron.d.orey@jsums.edu 601.979.1505

Rhonda C. Cooper rhonda.c.cooper@jsums.edu 601.979.0486

Political Science Club Len Jefferson len.jefferson@jsums.edu 601.979.3956

PSI CHI International Honor Society

Psychology Club @ Work

Dr. Pamela Banks pbanks@jsums.edu 601.979.3377

Dr. Keith Hudson keith.l.hudson@jsums.edu 601.979.3383

Lambda Pi Eta Speech Communication and Theatre

Laura McDavitt laura.k.mcdavitt@jsums.edu 601.979.4309

Alpha Psi Omega Yohance Myles yohance.f.myles@jsums.edu 601.979.1357

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History and Philosophy

Daniel Vogt Book Award Robert Walker Book Award Emmanuel Abston Book Award Arma Robinson Book Award Junior music major, 3.0 GPA Aaron Carter Scholarship Music major, 2.5 GPA, prefer saxophone

Music Theresa Almore Endowed Scholarship Sophomore, junior or senior music major, piano or organ William W. Davis Scholarship Music major, 3.5 GPA, play band instrument

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1!//Ä&#x152;.*/%0%+*Ä&#x152;Ćľ 2%/%*#Ä&#x152;* !0!*0%+*!.2%!/ĨƾĊ Available to all students, STARS collaborates with the Division of Undergraduate Studies, Community College Relations and academic programs in the College of Liberal Arts to provide support for undergraduate and transfer students. The goal of this comprehensive program is to increase student retention rates with a focus on academic success and achievement through systematic tracking and early intervention.

Advisement Notice All majors are expected to meet with academic advisors in their respective departments. Juniors and seniors (by credit hour) who fail to do so risk inaccurate information regarding required courses, course sequencing and prerequisites, academic standards, departmental examinations, and College and University graduation requirements (UEPE, community service hours).

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Len Jefferson College Advisor Retention Coordinator

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Liberal Arts 150

601.979.3956

Success, Transition, Advisement and Retention Services (STARS)

Courtney Brookins College Advisor Transition Coordinator

Liberal Arts 152

601.979.0973

courtney.w.brookins@jsums.edu

Art

Kenyatta Stewart

Johnson Hall 212

601.979.2040

kenyetta.stewart@jsums.edu

Criminal Justice and Sociology

Dr. Verna Jones

Liberal Arts 363

601.979.2626

verna.r.jones@jsums.edu

English and Modern Foreign Languages

Dr. Helen Crump

Liberal Arts 405

601.979.5890

helen.j.crump@jsums.edu

History and Philosophy

Bonnie Gardner

Liberal Arts 349

601.979.2191

bonnie.b.gardner@jsums.edu

Mass Communications

Dr. Andrea Dilworth

E-Center 100-C

601.979.2152

andrea.w.dilworth@jsums.edu

Music

Dr. Lowell Hollinger

F. D. Hall Music Center 15

601.979.2141

lowell.a.hollinger@jsums.edu

Political Science

Len Jefferson

Liberal Arts 150

601.979.3956

len.jefferson@jsums.edu

Psychology

Dr. Keith Hudson

Liberal Arts 229

601.979.2371

keith.l.hudson@jsums.edu

Speech Communication and Theatre

Dr. Nadia Bodie-Smith

McCoy Auditorium 105

601.979.4309

nadia.c.bodie@jsums.edu

len.jefferson@jsums.edu


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Success, Transition, Advisement and Retention Services (STARS)

Len Jefferson College Advisor Retention Coordinator

Liberal Arts 150

601.979.3956

Success, Transition, Advisement and Retention Services (STARS)

Courtney Brookins College Advisor Transition Coordinator

Liberal Arts 152

601.979.0973

courtney.w.brookins@jsums.edu

Art

Kenyatta Stewart

Johnson Hall 212

601.979.2040

kenyetta.stewart@jsums.edu

601.979.1313

etta.f.morgan@jsums.edu

601.979.3040

thomas.m.kersen@jsums.edu

Dr. Etta Morgan (CJ) Criminal Justice and Sociology

Dr. Thomas Kersen (SOC)

Liberal Arts 358 Liberal Arts 305

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len.jefferson@jsums.edu

English and Modern Foreign Languages

Dr. Helen Crump

Liberal Arts 405

601.979.5890

helen.j.crump@jsums.edu

History and Philosophy

Bonnie Gardner

Liberal Arts 349

601.979.2191

bonnie.b.gardner@jsums.edu

Mass Communications

Dr. Andrea Dilworth

E-Center 100-C

601.979.2152

andrea.w.dilworth@jsums.edu

Music

Dr. Lowell Hollinger

F. D. Hall Music Center 15

601.979.2141

lowell.a.hollinger@jsums.edu

Political Science

Len Jefferson

Liberal Arts 150

601.979.3956

len.jefferson@jsums.edu

Psychology

Courtney Brookins

Liberal Arts 152

601.979.0973

courtney.w.brookins@jsums.edu

Speech Communication and Theatre

Laura McDavitt

McCoy Auditorium 304

601.979.2426

laura.k.mcdavitt@jsums.edu

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2!.2%!3 The College of Public Service (CPS) educates students from diverse backgrounds in academic disciplines within the Schools of Health Sciences, Policy and Planning, and Social Work. Preparation for leadership roles, from the local to international level, is stressed. The School of Social Work is the only one of its kind in Mississippi that offers bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees.

0.101.! â&#x20AC;˘Eleven academic departments within the schools of Health Sciences, Policy and Planning and Social Work â&#x20AC;˘Four department-based research and community outreach units â&#x20AC;˘Two Social Work institutes: the Mississippi Child Welfare Institute and the Southern Mental Health Advocacy Research and Training (SMHART) Institute

Ćľ.! %00%+* â&#x20AC;˘Bachelor of Social Work Program â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Council on Social Work Education (CSWE); since 1975

ĆŤ &+./ÄĽ!#.!!/Ăť!.! Social Workâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;B.S.W., M.S.W., Ph.D. Communicative Disordersâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;B.S. M.S. Healthcare Administrationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;B.S. Health Sciencesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;M.P.H. (Master of Public Health), Dr.P.H. (Doctor of Public Health) Urban Studiesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;B.A. Urban and Regional Planningâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;M.S., Ph.D. Public Policy and Administrationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;M.P.P.A. (Master of Public Policy and Administration), Ph.D.

ĆŤ.!!.,,+.01*%0%!/ The recent graduates in the College are employed in aging, child welfare, community agencies, corrections, health care, mental health, schools, graduate school, speech therapist assistant, entry-level supervisors, administrative assistants to middle and upper management, health care analysts and advocates, and health care quality assurance coordinators.

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National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association

Communicative Disorders

Dr. Brandi Newkirk brandi.l.newkirk@jsums.edu 601.979.8832

Social Work (B.S.W. Program)

Phi Alpha Social Work Honor Society

Bachelor of Social Work Student Organization

Dr. Phyllis Hammond phyllis.t.hammond@jsums.edu 601.979.4150

Dr. Shonda Lawrence shonda.k.lawrence@jsums.edu 601.979.2019

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Gwendolyn Spencer Prater Endowed Scholarship in Social Work Bachelor of Social Work Program

Criteria: Applicants must demonstrate leadership qualities (exemplified by organizational and extracurricular, professional, or community involvement activities). First priority will be given to native Mississippians of African-American origin. Enrollment Status At least a junior level full-time, undergraduate student.

Juanita Sims Doty Endowed Scholarship Communicative Disorders

Criteria: Applicants must demonstrate leadership qualities (exemplified by organizational and extracurricular, professional, or community involvement activities). First priority will be given to native Mississippians of African-American origin. Enrollment Status At least a junior level full-time, undergraduate or graduate student.

Ayers Funds Healthcare Administration

Criteria: Applicants must demonstrate leadership qualities (exemplified by organizational and extracurricular, professional, or community involvement activities). Enrollment Status Full-time student, Junior HCA Major, 3.0 GPA.

Advisement Notice All CPS majors are expected to meet with academic advisors in their respective departments. Students who have junior and senior standing (by credit hour) who fail to do so risk inaccurate information regarding required courses, course sequencing and prerequisites, academic standards, departmental examinations, and College and University graduation requirements (UEPE, community service hours).

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Bachelor of Social Work

Dr. Brian Anderson Assistant Professor

CFM 336

601.979.0509

brian.e.anderson@jsums.edu

Communicative Disorders

Dr. Mary Langford-Hall Interim Undergraduate Program Director Assistant Professor

Jackson Medical Mall 2301-A

601.979.8826

Healthcare Administration

Clarence Johnson Interim Program Director

Jackson Medical Mall 242

601.979.8824

Urban Studies

Dr. Mukesh Kumar Interim Program Director

University Center 7-12

601.432.6861

mary.a.hall@jsums.edu

clarence.johnson@jsums.edu mukesh.kumar@jsums.edu

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Bachelor of Social Work Program

Dr. Shonda Lawrence Interim B.S.W. Program Director/Assistant Professor

CFM 336

601.979.2019

shonda.k.lawrence@jsums.edu

Communicative Disorders

Dr. Mary Langford-Hall Interim Undergraduate Program Director Assistant Professor

Jackson Medical Mall 2301-A

601.979.8826

mary.a.hall@jsums.edu

Healthcare Administration

Clarence Johnson Interim Program Director

Jackson Medical Mall 242

601.979.8824

clarence.johnson@jsums.edu

Urban Studies

Dr. Mukesh Kumar Interim Program Director

University Center 7-12

601.432-6861

mukesh.kumar@jsums.edu


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2!.2%!3 The College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET), known for its exceptional science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) path, advocates scholarly research and provides technical and educational STEM expertise from local to international levels. Graduates are well prepared to enter a competitive market as effective problem-solvers, either as entrepreneurs or as innovative employees in industry, government and academia. CSETâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s academic disciplines, programs, interdisciplinary centers and institutes provide outstanding platforms to train the new generation of STEM leaders.

0.101.! â&#x20AC;˘Nine academic departments: Aerospace Studies, Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer and Telecommunication Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics-Atmospheric Sciences-Geoscience, and Technology â&#x20AC;˘CSET conducts rigorous research and provides research training through its many Centers of Excellence, including the Department of Defense Center of Excellence in STEM Education and the National Science Foundation Center of Research Excellence in Science and Technology.

Ćľ.! %00%+* â&#x20AC;˘Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET); Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) â&#x20AC;˘Department of Computer Engineering â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET); Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) â&#x20AC;˘Department of Computer Science â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) â&#x20AC;˘Engineering Department of Chemistry â&#x20AC;&#x201D; American Chemistry Society Department of Technology (ACSDT) â&#x20AC;˘Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) â&#x20AC;˘B.S. in Mathematics Education â&#x20AC;&#x201D; National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)

&+.ÄĽ!#.!! â&#x20AC;˘Biology â&#x20AC;&#x201C; B.S, M.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Engineering â&#x20AC;&#x201D; M.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Chemistry â&#x20AC;&#x201C; B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

â&#x20AC;˘Mathematics â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S., B.S.ED., M.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Civil Engineering â&#x20AC;&#x201C; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Mathematics and Science Teaching â&#x20AC;&#x201D; M.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Computer Engineering â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Meteorology â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Computer Science â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S., M.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Physics â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Earth System Science â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Technology â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S., M.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Electrical Engineering â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Telecommunications â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B.S.

â&#x20AC;˘Environmental Science â&#x20AC;&#x201D; M.S., Ph.D.

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ĆŤ.!!.,,+.01*%0%!/ Recent graduates are: civil and environmental engineers, project managers, medical practitioners, pharmacists, physical therapists, veterinarians, chemists, lab analysts, dentists, emergency managers, computer engineers, meteorologists, patent officers, teachers, broadcast meteorologists, actuaries, mathematicians, operations research analysts, statisticians, computer programmers, military and pilots.

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Aerospace Science Tri-Beta Honor Society Dr. Joseph Cameron joseph.a.cameron@jsums.edu 601.979.3470

Biology

Dr. Ibrahim Farah ibrahim.o.farah@jsums.edu 601.979.3466

Pre-Health Society Dr. Gregorio Begonia gregoria.begonia@jsums.edu 601.979.2586

Dwayne Sutton dwayne.j.sutton@jsums.edu 601.979.3475

American Chemical Society (ACS) Student Affiliate Chapter Dr. Ramaiyer Venkatraman ramaiyer.venkatraman@jsums.edu 601.979.3490

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Dr. Dalephine Davis dalephine.e.davis@jsums.edu 601.979.1525

National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) Student Affiliate Chapter Dr. Ashton Hamme ashton.t.hamme@jsums.edu 601.979-3713 Dr. Dalephine Davis dalephine.e.davis@jsums.edu 601.979.1525

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Civil and Environmental Engineering

Dr. Himangshu Das himangshu.s.das@jsums.edu 601.979.0549

Society for Women Engineers Danuta Leszczynska danuta.leszczynska@jsums.edu 601.979.3913

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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Dr. Khalid Abed khalid.h.abed@jsums.edu 601.979.3923


Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Computer Science

April Tanner april.l.tanner@jsums.edu 601.979.3302

Mathematics

Dr. Jana Talley jana.r.talley@jsums.edu 601.979.2161

Mathematics Club Pi Mu Epsilon

Society of Physics Students Dr. Quinton Williams 601.979.7012 quinton.l.williams@jsums.edu

Physics, Atmospheric Sciences and Geoscience

Sigma Pi Sigma

Meteorology Club

Dr. Quinton Williams 601.979.7012 quinton.l.williams@jsums.edu

Kantave Greene 601.979.1293 kantave.m.greene@jsums.edu

Geoscience Club Dr. Ezat Heydari 601.979.7012 ezat.heydari@jsums.edu

Epsilon Pi Tau Technology

Dr. Jessica Buck jessica.l.buck@jsums.edu 601.979.2466

Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Dr. Jessica Buck jessica.l.buck@jsums.edu 601.979.2466

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Aerospace Science

Air Force Scholarship opportunities vary based on federal funding Requirements yU.S. citizen yPass Air Force physical yMinimum 25 ACT or 1150 SAT, 2.5 cumulative college GPA yMeet age, moral, and medical requirements yCompletion of 12 semester hours yFull-time student

Lt. Col. Kevin Wilson kevin.l.wilson@jsums.edu 601.979.1619

Biology

Benny Simmons Henderson Biology Book Award (each semester) yFull-time Biology sophomore or junior, 2.8 GPA

LaDonnya Drummond ladonnya.s.drummond@jsums.edu 601.979.7009 Dr. Ken Lee ken.s.lee@jsums.edu 601.979.3483

Chemistry and Biochemistry

The Earl Cooper Scholarship Dr. Margaret Wodetzki Scholarship Soo and Kay Roh Scholarship Dr. Holloway Book Scholarship

Dr. Ashton Hamme ashton.t.hamme@jsums.edu 601.979.3713 Dr. Dalephine Davis dalephine.e.davis@jsums.edu 601.979.1525

Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science

Engineering scholarships Engineering Scholarship, 3.0 GPA Entergy Scholarship, 3.0 GPA, minimum â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bâ&#x20AC;? in Calculus I SPICES Full-time student, 3.0 GPA Jacob L. Reddix Award Junior or senior, top GPA

Mathematics

H.T. Sampson Award Sophomore-senior, top mathematics GPA

Shanetta Crisler shanetta.s.crisler@jsums.edu 601.979.3913 LaToya Pritchard latoya.pritchard@jsums.edu 601.979.3923 Jacqueline Jackson jacqueline.m.jackson@jsums.edu 601.979.3320 Dr. Tor Kwembe tor.a.kwembe@jsums.edu 601.979.2161

Charles G. Johnson Award Statistics or game theory interest; 3.0 GPA

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Physics, Atmospheric Sciences and Geoscience

Kristy and Trista Memorial Physics Book Award Freshman, $650 annually

Felicia Russell felicia.a.russell@jsums.edu 601.979.7012

Technology

Department of Homeland Security Emergency Management Grant Emergency Management major, 3.0 GPA

Pao-Chiang Yuan pao-chiang.yuan@jsums.edu 601.979.2489


* !.#. 10!.+#.)/Ä&#x152;!.1%0)!*0* !0!*0%+* Open to all students, Undergraduate Programs in CSET collaborate with Undergraduate Studies, Community College Relations, Honors College and academic programs in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology to provide support for undergraduate and transfer students. This comprehensive program is designed to increase student retention rates with a focus on academic success and achievement through systematic tracking and early intervention.

Advisement Note All CSET majors are expected to meet with academic advisors in their respective departments. Students who have junior and senior standing (by credit hour) who fail to do so risk receiving inaccurate information regarding required courses, course sequencing and prerequisites, academic standards, departmental examinations, and College and University graduation requirements (UEPE, community service hours).

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CSET â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Undergraduate Programs, Recruitment and Retention

Dr. Wilbur L. Walters Jr., Associate Dean

Engineering 201H

601.979.4042

wilbur.l.walters@jsums.edu

Aerospace Science

Lt. Col. Kevin Wilson

Faculty Apt. 25

601.979.1619

kevin.l.wilson@jsums.edu

Biology

Dr. Padmanava Dash

PSB 4

601.979.3912

padmanava.dash@jsums.edu

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Dr. Dalephine Davis Dr. Naomi Campbell Dr. Ken Lee

JAP 414 JAP 504 JAP 538

601.979.1525 601.979.3489 601.979.3483

dalephine.e.davis@jsums.edu naomi.f.campbell@jsums.edu ken.s.lee@jsums.edu

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Dr. Yadong Li

Engineering 148

601.979.1093

yadong.li@jsums.edu

Computer Engineering

Dr. Shuangzhang Tu

Engineering 244

601.979.1275

shuangzhang.tu@jsums.edu

Computer Science

Evette Stewart

JAP 237

601.979.2225

evette.j.stewart@jsums.edu

Mathematics

Alicia Jefferson Dr. Jana Talley

JSH 230 JSH 242

601.979.3761 601.979.1740

alicia.k.jefferson@jsums.edu jana.r.talley@jsums.edu

Physics, Atmospheric Science and Geoscience

Kantave Greene

JSH 257

601.979.1293

kantave.m.greene@jsums.edu

Technology

Dr. Hui-Ru Shih

JYW

601.979.2520

huiru.shih@jsums.edu

Ćľ 2%/!)!*0ÄĽ.*/"!.01 !*0/ CSET â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Undergraduate Programs, Recruitment and Retention

Dr. Wilbur L. Walters Jr., Associate Dean

Engineering 201H

601.979.4042

wilbur.l.walters@jsums.edu

Aerospace Science

Lt. Col. Kevin Wilson

Faculty Apt. 25

601.979.1619

kevin.l.wilson@jsums.edu

Biology

LaDonnya Drummond

JAP 323

601.979.7009

ladonnya.s.drummond@jsums.edu

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Dr. Ramaiyer Venkatraman Dr. Troy Milliken

JAP 510 JAP 124

601.979.3490 601.979.2213

ramaiyer.venktraman@jsums.edu kenneth.t.milliken@jsums.edu

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Dr. Yadong Li

Engineering 148

601.979.1093

yadong.li@jsums.edu

Computer Engineering

Dr. Kamal Ali

Engineering 239

601.979.1183

kamal.ali@jsums.edu

Computer Science

Evette Stewart

JAP 237

601. 979.2225

evette.j.stewart@jsums.edu

Mathematics

Alicia Jefferson

JSH 230

601.979.3761

alicia.k.jefferson@jsums.edu

Physics, Atmospheric Science and Geoscience

Kantave Greene

JSH 257

601.979.1293

kantave.greene@jsums.edu

Technology

Doris McPherson

JYW 122

601.979.2474

doris.t.mcpherson@jsums.edu

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The Department of Public Safety is a full-service police department staffed with police/security officers, criminal investigators, certified dispatchers, and other support staff. Both enforcement (campus policing) and crime prevention are emphasized. Jackson State University’s closed campus policy requires officers to check for identification when entry is made onto campus property. A check is made for identification, parking permits, and the nature of business if a non-student or nonfaculty member is involved.

!.2%!/ •Routine patrol of the campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week •Response to calls for service from the campus community •Staffing events on/off campus

ƫ),1/(!.0/ The Everbridge Aware for Campus system enables emergency response team members to: •Communicate with students, faculty, and staff within minutes •Email, text messages, cell phones (standard rates apply for cell phone and SMS messages)

$005,!+"!)!.#!*%!/ĕ •Severe safety matters •Severe weather •Extended power outages •Select water situations •Life-threatening situations

+3 +!/%03+.'ĕ •University officials create voice and/or text messages via phone or computer. •The mass notification system contacts everyone simultaneously with voice and text messages via their preferred devices. •Text/voice messages received within minutes, regardless of individual’s location

+3 + /%#*1,ĕ •Download and complete sign-up form at www.jsums.edu/campuspolice and return to your residence hall director or the Department of Public Safety. Additional forms available at drop-off locations. •Contact information must be entered into the system to ensure quick notification. •Call 601.979.2580 with questions.

.'%*# •Parking decal: $40; purchase from Department of Public Safety. •Best places to find a parking spot: Lee E. Williams Athletics and Assembly center parking lot; Liberal Arts Building parking lot; T.B. Ellis Building parking lot. 44


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The Division of Student Life oversees an array of services, programs, events and activities for students, while supporting the academic mission of Jackson State University. The Division is committed to fostering an atmosphere conducive to the pursuit of knowledge while upholding basic rights, responsibilities and disciplinary standards and providing positive recreational and social experiences. â&#x20AC;˘Dr. Marcus A. Chanay, Vice President for Student Life JSU Student Center, 3rd Floor 601.979.2241 â&#x20AC;˘Dr. Phillip A. Cockrell, Associate Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students JSU Student Center, 3rd Floor 601.979.2241

+1/%*#ÄĽ!/% !*! %"! Campbell Suites North 601.979.2326 â&#x20AC;˘Seven residence halls accommodate more than 2,000 students. â&#x20AC;˘Responsible for operations and maintenance of residence halls and related activities â&#x20AC;˘Fosters a sense of belonging and provides active learning environments encouraging academic, personal, cultural and social growth â&#x20AC;˘Residence Hall Association assists with enrichment activities and addresses the interests and concerns of campus residents.

),+.0*01)!./Ä? â&#x20AC;˘Housing/Residence Life Office â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 601.979.2326

â&#x20AC;˘Dixon Hall â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 601.979.2691

â&#x20AC;˘Alexander East Hall â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 601.979.2656

â&#x20AC;˘McAllister Hall â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 601.979.2085

â&#x20AC;˘Campbell North â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 601.979.5537

â&#x20AC;˘Stewart Hall â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 601.979.2687

â&#x20AC;˘Campbell South â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 601.979.5134 â&#x20AC;˘Transitional Hall â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 601.979.6029 Alexander West Hall is undergoing renovation and is scheduled to open in the fall of 2014. Renovation to Alexander East Hall is to follow.

#+ +%(!Ćľ,, Jackson State students need not miss anything thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s happening with the universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mobile app JSUgo. JSUgo mobile app has been installed on more than 19,000 mobile devices. With JSUgo, you can: â&#x20AC;˘Receive discounts at dining locations across campus and the JSU bookstore. â&#x20AC;˘Schedule classes and check grades â&#x20AC;˘View the latest campus news and events â&#x20AC;˘Take a virtual tour of the campus.  â&#x20AC;˘Check your university email account. â&#x20AC;˘Listen to WJSU radio

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'/+*00!*%2!./%05!/%0! Comprehensive website www.jsums.edu provides detailed information about colleges, institutes, financial aid, activities, events, athletic schedules, faculty/student accomplishments and an up-to-date news feed.

%  *%0%0%2! All full-time, incoming freshmen at Jackson State University receive an iPad to assist in their learning. The program, called the iPad Technology Advantage Scholarship Initiative, integrates the device into the curriculum and tracks studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; learning. The iPad Initiative is made possible through a partnership with the Mississippi e-Center Foundation. The program, among the largest iPad scholarship program in the country, coincided with the launch last fall of campus-wide Wi-Fi service. Students needing help with their iPads can find it at the iPad Help Center, located in the JSU Student Center.

01 !*0ĆŤ!*0!. The Student Center serves as the hub for numerous indoor and outdoor social and recreational activities; it also houses offices for several important student resources, including the iPad Help Center (2nd Floor). â&#x20AC;˘Legacy Food Court (1st Floor ): Chick-Fil-A Express, Mississippi Kitchen, Payton Place Grille, Bistro 1877, Pizza Hut â&#x20AC;˘JSU Book Store (1st Floor): Textbooks, JSU merchandise and classroom essentials â&#x20AC;˘Lounges (2nd Floor): Television watching, commuters lounge and meditation â&#x20AC;˘The Tiger Zone (2nd Floor): Billiards, Xbox games, Wii games, PlayStation 3, video game library, various board games â&#x20AC;˘Banking services (1st Floor): ATMs provided by Regions, Trustmark, Bank Plus, Liberty and Bancorp South â&#x20AC;˘Rooms to Grow (3rd Floor): 5 meeting rooms, Grand Ballroom, movie theater â&#x20AC;˘Â&#x2021;Â&#x2013;Â&#x192;Â&#x2039;Â&#x17D;Â?Â?Â&#x2021;Â&#x161;ÇŁ Â&#x2018;Â?Â&#x2021;Â&#x2013;Â&#x2018;Â&#x2013;Â&#x160;Â&#x2021; Â&#x2021;Â&#x17D;Â&#x2026;Â&#x2018;Â?Â&#x2021;Â&#x2021;Â?Â&#x2013;Â&#x2021;Â&#x201D;ÇĄÂ&#x160;Â&#x2021;Â&#x2039;Â&#x2030;Â&#x2021;Â&#x201D;Â&#x192;Â&#x201D;Â&#x201E;Â&#x2021;Â&#x201D;Â&#x160;Â&#x2018;Â&#x2019;ÇĄÂ&#x2013;Â&#x160;Â&#x2021;  Â&#x192;Â&#x2039;Â&#x201D;Â&#x2013;Â&#x2014;Â&#x2020;Â&#x2039;Â&#x2018;Â&#x192;Â?Â&#x2020;Â&#x2014;Â&#x201E;Â&#x2122;Â&#x192;Â&#x203A; ๯

0/$+.)*ĆŤ!*0!."+.ĆŤ+1*/!(%*#* %/%(%05!.2%!/ JSU Student Center, 2nd Floor | 601.979.0374 â&#x20AC;˘Offers short-term support services for students experiencing adjustment challenges â&#x20AC;˘Helps students improve problem-solving skills, manage relationships, and become more independent and confident

ĆŤ!*0!."+.01 !*0*##!)!*0*  *(1/%+*JSU Student Center, 2nd Floor â&#x20AC;˘Promotes campus activities â&#x20AC;˘Houses several bodies, including the Student Government Association, Pageants and Productions, Student Organizations, the Spirit Team and the Student Leadership Institute, a clearinghouse for the Thurgood Marshall College Fund â&#x20AC;˘Works with fraternities and sororities, the Honda All-Star Campus Challenge, Commuter Connection Program, Parents Association, religious organizations and academic honor societies

01 !*0.#*%60%+*/JSU Student Center, Suite 2147 | 601.979.3308 Jackson State University encourages students to experience college life to the fullest while honing leadership skills. Students can learn about numerous ways to complement their classroom experiences by getting involved in their university and in the community. The annual Student Organizations Expo, held at the JSU Student Center, offers students information on a multitude of campus organizations. Students are encouraged to get involved. Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s employers seek students who not only achieve academic excellence, but who actively serve in the communities in which they live and work.

1 %%(!.2%!/JSU Student Center, 3rd Floor | 601.979.2329 â&#x20AC;˘Works with the university community to educate students about rights, responsibilities, as stated in the JSU Student Handbook and the Student Code of Conduct â&#x20AC;˘Promotes a just, safe, orderly and positive climate through behavioral standards, disciplinary processes, training, informational programming and intervention â&#x20AC;˘Receives all referrals regarding alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct 46


•Works to help students and organizations that violate university living and learning expectations become more responsible members of the JSU community •Strives to allow individuals an opportunity to learn from mistakes, while protecting the rights of all in the university community

Ƶ(%!.* +. !*ƫ!*0!."+.!.2%! * ƫ+))1*%05*##!  !.*%*# Jacob Reddix Hall | 601.979.6938 •Encourages civic engagement; beginning with the Class of 2014, 120 verifiable community service and/or service learning hours will be required to graduate •Recognized by the Cooperation for National Community Service Presidential Honor Roll four times since 2006, most recently in 2012 (JSU recognized with the prestigious Carnegie Foundation Designation for Community Service) •Provides information on community involvement opportunities and the National Student Exchange

ƫ.!!.!.2%!/* 01 !*0),(+5)!*0ƫ!*0!.Jacob Reddix Hall | 601.979.2477 Services offered to students and alumni include: •Career coaching and counseling •Recruitment programs and services to employers •Student employment •Job search skills development, including assistance with resumes, cover letters and the interview process •Tigers2Work, web-based job search and recruiting system •Internship programs integrating classroom theory and practical experience in the work place •Wide variety of informational publications and materials

!0!.*/*  %(%0.501 !*0/ƫ!*0!. Jacob Reddix Hall | 601.979.1365 or 601.979.1755 •Provides numerous outreach programs to assist military students, veterans and their dependents •Assists prospective military/veteran students with admission, military education benefits (GI Bill) •Provides disability support services, counseling, career transition resources and academic support

01 !*0!(0$!.2%!/ƫ!*0!.Adjacent to Dixon Hall, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday | 601.979.2260 •Provides outpatient medical services, along with therapeutic and preventative care for students, faculty and staff •Promotes disease prevention and healthy lifestyles

01 !*01(%0%+*/ĥ01 !*0 %"! .'!0%*#Blackburn Language Arts Bldg. | 601.979.2167 •Produces student-oriented publications, including the weekly campus/student newspaper The Blue and White Flash •Publishes the student magazine eXperience which focuses on student life •Publishes student handbook; updates website and social media content •Both print and online editions are managed and produced by students from diverse academic majors; open to all students

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Walter Payton Recreation and Wellness Center | 601.979.1368 Part of the 100,000-square-foot Walter Payton Athletic Complex, the facility offers: â&#x20AC;˘Strength and aerobic conditioning center â&#x20AC;˘Basketball, racquetball, squash courts, spacious locker rooms, patio areas â&#x20AC;˘Intramural activities: Billiards, spades, dominos, table tennis, dodgeball, flag football, powderpuff football, indoor soccer, racquetball

T.B. Ellis Physical Education Center | 601.979.7821 Among the largest of JSUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s structures, the multipurpose facility houses the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Features include: â&#x20AC;˘Olympic-size pool â&#x20AC;˘Gymnasium â&#x20AC;˘Dance studios â&#x20AC;˘State-of-the-art tennis facility with 12 lighted courts â&#x20AC;˘Football, basketball, baseball, and track facilities

Metro 24 Bowling Center Arcade & Grill 3003 John R. Lynch St. (near campus) | 601.354.5738 Formerly the Cotton Bowl Lanes, the refurbished bowling alley held its grand opening this spring.

Gibbs-Green Pedestrian Walkway Outdoor space with seating for socializing and special events such as parties and fairs, Foundersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Day Convocation and Homecoming; origin deeply rooted in civil rights history

ĆŤ(1/* .#*%60%+*/ Student Government Association Miss JSU And The Royal Court Academic Council/Honor Societies Accounting Society AFROTC - Soaring Tigers Alpha Chi Alpha Kappa Delta Honor Society Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Mu Gamma Honor Society American Advertising Federation American Chemical Society American Marketing Association American Society of Civil Engineers Army ROTC Tiger Battalion Arnold Air Society Assoc. of Computing Machinery Assoc. of Technology, Management & Applied Engineering Artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club Beta Beta Beta Beta Gamma Sigma Beta Kappa Chi Blue Key Honor Society 48

Chemistry Society Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athlete Honor Society Chi Epsilon Pi Honor Society Economics Club Epsilon Pi Tau Fannie Lou Hamer Pre-Law Club Financial Management Association Health, Physical Education and Recreation Club History Club JSU Student Chapter of IEEE Kappa Delta Pi Lambda Alpha Epsilon Mass Communications Club Mathematics Club Meteorological Student Society Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS) National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice National Assoc. of Black Journalists National Health and Fitness Association National Organization for Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers National Society of Black Engineers


National Student Speech, Language and Hearing Assoc. Phi Alpha Phi Alpha Theta Phi Delta Alpha Business Law Society Phi Epsilon Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Pi Gamma Mu Pi Lambda Theta Pi Mu Epsilon Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Club Pre-Health Society Psi Chi National Honor Society Psychology Club Psychology @ Work Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Sigma Alpha Pi Honor Society Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society Social Work Student Association Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM) Society of Manufacturing Engineers Society of Physics Students Society of Women Engineers Student Council for Exceptional Children National Education Assoc. (NEA) Urban Studies Club

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0%+*(*!((!*%ĆŤ+1*%(Ä&#x152; *Ä&#x2039; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Inactive) Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Inactive) Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

!(%#%+1/ĆŤ+1*%( Baptist Student Union Berean Outreach Ministry Church of Christ Holiness U.S.A. Student Union (S.W.A.T.) COGIC Collegiate Club Fellowship of Christian Athletes Friends Overcoming Crisis Using Solutions (F.O.C.U.S.)

Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship JSU Interfaith Gospel Choir Men & Women of Vision Men of God Christian Fraternity, Inc. Muslim Students Association Reformed Univ. Fellowship (RUF) Revolution on Campus (R.O.C.) Tigers for Christ: JSU Church of Christ Campus Ministry Wesley Foundation

!/% !*0%(ĆŤ+1*%( Campbell Suites South â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Women Campbell Suites North â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Men E.T. Stewart Hall for Men F.O. Alexander East Residence F.O. Alexander West Residence John W. Dixon Hall for Men McAllister-Whiteside Residence Transitional Dorm

,!%( *0!.!/0ĆŤ+1*%( Akoben Society ACLU @JSU Awareness Society Blue and White Flash Newspaper Ceramic Clay Club Cheerleaders/Tumblers Club Commuter Student Association Dance Ensemble Dazzlers Dance Team Earth Angels First Book College Advisory Board Food Service Club Honda Campus All Star Challenge Inroads Student Association Insatiable Modeling Squad Intâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;l Student Assoc. Investment Club â&#x20AC;&#x153;Jâ&#x20AC;? Club Student Athlete Advisory Committee Karate Club MADDRAMA Performance Troupe NAACP Chapter #5843 National Recreation Organization OutSpoken Pierian Literary Society Pre-Alumni Club Shakespeare Club Starlight Club Student Educational Exchange (SEE) Student in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Student Programming Board Tau Beta Sigma Sorority, Inc. University Choir/Chorale 49


University Club- Alabama Chapter University Club - Arkansas Chapter University Club-California Chapter University Club-Caribbean Chapter University Club - China Initiatives University Club-Georgia Chapter University Club-Illinois Chapter University Club-Indiana Chapter University Club-Louisiana Chapter

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University Club-Michigan Chapter University Club-Missouri Chapter University Club-Tennessee Chapter University Club -Texas Chapter University Orchestra University Marching Band Young Democrats at JSU


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Q: How do I view/print my student bill? Go to www.jsums.edu Click the P.A.W.S. link near top of the screen Enter User ID (J#); Enter PIN (Date of Birth Ex. 010195) Select I Student And Financial Aid Select Student Account To view summary of all charges: Click Account Summary To view summary of all terms: Click Account Summary By Term To view detail for specific term: Click Account Detail For Term (Current and Future Balance Totals for Selected Term and Other Terms)

Q: How do I view/print my 1098T tax information? Go to www.jsums.edu Click the P.A.W.S. link near top of the screen Enter User ID (J#); Enter PIN (Date of Birth Ex. 010195) Select I Student And Financial Aid Select Student Account Select Tax Year Enter Year (2011, 2012, Etc.) Click Submit Select Tax Notification

Q: How do I get current tuition and fee information? Go to www.jsums.edu Click Web Directory Select Tuition and Fees

Q: What is a JSU SUPERCARD and how is it used? Go to www.jsums.edu Click Web Directory Select Supercard

Q: How do I add funds to my JSU SUPERCARD? Go to www.jsums.edu Click the P.A.W.S. link near top of the screen Enter User ID (J#); Enter PIN (Date of Birth ex. 010195) Select Student and Financial Aid 51


Select Registration Select Registration Service Select Add Charges Click Add Charges button at bottom of screen

Q: How do I set up a TouchNet Payment Plan? Go to www.jsums.edu Click the P.A.W.S. link near top of the screen Enter User ID (J#); Enter PIN (Date of Birth ex. 010195) Select Student and Financial Aid Select Registration Select Registration Service Click Go to the payment system button Select Make a payment Click Payment Plans Select Sign Up For a New Payment Plan Select Term If there is no payment plan available for that term: Go to www.jsums.edu Click the P.A.W.S. link near top of the screen Enter User ID (J#); Enter PIN (Date of Birth ex. 010195) Select Student and Financial Aid Select Registration Select Registration Service Click Go to the payment system button Select Make a payment Select Pay

Q: How do I enroll in Direct Deposit? Direct Deposit forms must be returned to the cashier in the Business Office. Please see the cashier to pick up a Direct Deposit form.

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'/+*00!*%2!./%05%**%(!.2%!/ Student Direct Deposit Authorization Form Allow three (3) business days after processing date for direct deposit funds to become available. The employee/student has the right to modify or rescind this authorization at anytime. PLEASE CHECK ALL THAT APPLY: ☐Student Refund

☐Student Payroll ☐Cancel Authorization ☐New Application ☐Change of Financial Institution Please contact your financial institution if you need assistance with the following information. Note that Direct Deposit Refunds only can be applied to accounts at domestic (U.S.) financial institutions. TYPE OF ACCOUNT - PLEASE CHECK ONE: ☐Checking or Money Market Account

☐Savings Account Attach a voided check below to verify account information Contact your financial institution for the number Validation by financial institution required I hereby authorize: (1) Jackson State University to deposit my funds via Direct Deposit, (2) My financial institution to credit my account, and (3) Jackson State University to initiate and my financial institution to make adjustments to my account for any incorrect credits/payments which may occur. This authorization will remain in effect until cancelled in writing. A new authorization must be completed if I change my account, close my account, or change financial institutions. All requests for changes should be submitted to Jackson State University at least 2 weeks in advance, to enable the University and financial institution(s) to process appropriate transactions.

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Undergraduate

Transitional Hall(s) & Dixon Hall

•1-11 hours: $265 per credit hour

•Single room $3,043

•12-19 hours: $3,174

•Double room $2,192

•19+ hours: $3,174 + $265 per credit hour

Campbell Suites •Single room $3,043

Graduate •1-8 hours: $353 per credit hour

Other Residence Halls

•9-13 hours: $3,174.00

•Single Room $3,040

•13+ hours: $3,174.00 + $353 per credit hour

•Double Room $2,149

Housing information, 601.979.3305

Out-of-state •Undergraduate: 1-11 hours, $384 per credit hour •Graduate: 1-8 hours, $511 per credit hour •$4,602

!(/ •All Access 5 day +30 Tiger Bucks $1,314 •All Access 7 day + 50 Tiger Bucks $1,390 •All Access 7 day + 125 Tiger Bucks *(Default) $1,447

Dining Services information, 601.979.2561

!/%#*0! !!/ Add/Drop

$25

Photo I.D.

$25

Testing

$15

Supervised Teaching

$75

Mail Box Rental

$38

Theses

$75

Transcript

$7.50

Cap and Gown

$30

Return Check

$40

Call Waiting

$15

Caller ID

$21

Parking Decal

$40

Graduate Admissions

$25

Dissertation

$100

*Fees are subject to change upon approval of the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning without prior notice. All fees are payable in advance by cash, personalized checks, certified check, or money order. Non-personalized checks will not be accepted. Fees are due and payable at the time of registration. Financial assistance is applicable to the total fees at the time of registration. Variation from this policy requires prior approval from the Financial Services Office. Bank checks returned due to insufficient funds must be redeemed immediately along with the payment of forty dollars ($40) insufficient funds fee to avoid termination of registration. Each student will be billed for 100% of the tuition and fees due. Accounts referred to a collection agency will be assessed a reasonable collection fee. A JSU student identification card is required for all transactions.

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How to access financial aid information Go to JSU’s website at http//:www.jsums.edu •Click P.A.W.S. •Enter your JSU User ID and PIN number •Click Login

How do I access my financial aid status? •Click Student & Financial Aid (to apply for admissions, register, view academic record and financial aid) •Click Financial Aid (to view financial aid status, financial aid award) •Click Financial Aid Status, Select Aid Year, Click Submit (to view overall status, holds on academic progress, cost of attendance, financial aid awards, and messages from Financial Aid Office)

How do I access my eligibility? •Click Financial Aid •Click Eligibility Requirements, Select Aid Year, Click Submit (to review missing or unsatisfied requirements, view holds, which may prevent payment of awards, academic progress and requirement messages)

How do I access my award information? •Click Financial Aid •Click Award •Click Award for Aid Year, Select Aid Year, Click Submit (to review awards, accept award offers, display award payment schedule and view loan application)

How do I email Financial Aid? •Click E-Mail University Financial Aid Office

How do I get information on Financial Aid? •Click Financial Aid •Click General Financial Aid to view Financial Aid Application and Information Links (submit a financial aid application (FAFSA), estimate your financial need and Expected Family Contribution (EFC), access U.S. Department of Education information, utilize public scholarship search tools, access public financial aid information, and submit a CSS PROFILE registration)

How do I check messages from the Financial Aid Office? •Click View Messages, Select Aid Year, Click Submit (to review messages from the Financial Aid Office)

How do I complete my Exit Interview? Student loan borrowers must complete an exit interview when leaving school for any reason (graduation, withdraw or termination) or enrolling less than half time (fewer than 6 credit hours). The exit counseling must be completed online at www.nslds.ed.gov The Department of Education sends the results to Jackson State University electronically.

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How do I get a direct loan (Entrance Counseling)? â&#x20AC;˘To accept a direct loan offer, complete the required entrance counseling at www.studentloans.gov â&#x20AC;˘Sign in under Manage My Direct Loan using your FAFSA PIN, select Complete Entrance Counseling, choose your Academic Status, read all information listed, click Next to move on. You must answer all questions to complete this process. â&#x20AC;˘Upon completion, Print your confirmation for your records. Jackson State University receives results electronically. If the financial aid award isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t adequate, you and/or your parent/s may want to consider the Direct PLUS Loan.

%.!0.!*0  +*/Ĩ* !.#. 10!!,!* !*001 !*0/*(5ÄŠ â&#x20AC;˘Direct Parent PLUS Loans are low-interest credit-based loans for the parents of dependent students. The lender is the U.S. Department of Education (the Department) rather than a bank or other financial institution. Interest is charged during all periods. â&#x20AC;˘All PLUS Loan applicants must meet all general eligibility requirements for the Federal Student Aid programs. For requirement details, see the Direct Loan Website at www.direct.ed.gov or Funding Education Beyond High School: The Guide to Federal Student Aid. â&#x20AC;˘Application, which includes a Master Promissory Note (MPN), may be made at www.studentloans.gov. A FAFSA for the student must be on file with the Financial Aid Office before a parent may apply. â&#x20AC;˘A parent may borrow up to an amount equal to the cost of attendance less any other financial aid awarded to the student.  â&#x20AC;˘Once pre-approved by the Department of Education, the borrower must submit a Direct PLUS Loan Status Retrieval Form and a copy of their driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license or state identification card to the Financial Aid Office. â&#x20AC;˘Applicants who have been pre-approved will have funds credited to the studentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s account. â&#x20AC;˘If the loan is denied, the borrower may resolve any incorrect information with the credit bureau and have Direct Loan reconsider the application or the borrower may have the loan resubmitted along with the endorsement of a co-signer. â&#x20AC;˘If a parent is denied a Direct Plus Loan and decides not to resubmit for pre-approval, the student may be considered for an additional unsubsidized loan:         â&#x20AC;˘Freshmen and sophomores may qualify for up to $4,000 yearly. â&#x20AC;˘Juniors and seniors may qualify for up to $5,000 yearly.

0* . /+.0%/"0+.5Ćľ !)%.+#.!// â&#x20AC;˘Section 484 of the Higher Education Act (HEA), as amended, requires a student to maintain satisfactory academic progress (qualitative & quantitative) in the course of study he or she is pursuing in order to receive aid under the student financial assistance programs authorized by Title IV. These programs include the Federal Pell Grant (PELL), Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG), Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education Grant Program (TEACH), Federal Work-Study, Federal Perkins Loan, and Federal Family Educational Loan Program â&#x20AC;&#x201C; William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program (Subsidized, Unsubsidized and PLUS). â&#x20AC;˘Jackson State University students must show measurable academic progress towards a degree. Undergraduate students are required to earn a 2.00 Cumulative Grade Point Average in major courses of study in order to graduate. â&#x20AC;˘Title IV recipients use a graduated scale that culminates in the graduation requirement in order to maintain satisfactory academic progress.

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1(%00%2!0* . / A scale is used to determine whether qualitative satisfactory academic progress is being maintained: Undergraduate Satisfactory Academic Progress Table Total JSU Hours Attempted

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1*0%00%2!0* . / •Students are expected to complete the requirements for a degree within a reasonable time frame. Undergraduates pursuing a degree are allowed to attempt up to 150% of the published length of their academic program. For example, length of program = 124 x 150% = 186 hours. This includes both Jackson State University attempted hours and hours transferred from other institutions. •Undergraduate students must make incremental progress (PACE) toward their degree; therefore, a minimum percentage of hours attempted must be completed. To meet this standard, students must complete 67% of hours attempted. •Transfer credit hours accepted count as hours attempted and completed and are used in the formula to calculate the PACE rate for transfer students To calculate PACE, the following formula is used:

PACE = Cumulative number of hours successfully completed Cumulative number of hours attempted

Financial Aid Warning •Students failing to maintain the above standards at the end of the evaluation period (semester) are placed on Financial Aid Warning and are eligible for Title IV assistance for the subsequent payment period (semester).

%**%(Ƶ% 1/,!*/%+* •Students who fail to complete the required hours and maintain the required cumulative GPA for two consecutive semesters will be placed on Financial Aid Suspension. •Students who fail to bring the cumulative GPA into compliance and or complete the required hours, at this point, will be considered as not maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress and will be ineligible for Title IV assistance. •Students placed on financial aid suspension may submit an appeal for reinstatement of aid due to mitigating circumstances that prevented them from maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). Reinstatement of an Academic Suspension to attend the university does not reinstate financial aid.

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January

â&#x20AC;˘Complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov â&#x20AC;˘Spring term begins

February

â&#x20AC;˘Complete FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov â&#x20AC;˘Apply for outside scholarships â&#x20AC;˘Academic scholarship deadline Feb. 15 â&#x20AC;˘Meet with academic advisor

March

â&#x20AC;˘Complete FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov â&#x20AC;˘Apply for state financial assistance at http://www.mississippi.edu/riseupms/financialaid.php â&#x20AC;˘Complete all Exits â&#x20AC;˘Exit Packets mailed to Spring Graduation candidates â&#x20AC;˘End of 60% period for Return of Title IV Aid

April

â&#x20AC;˘Financial Aid priority deadline: April 15 â&#x20AC;˘Respond to information requests to avoid processing delays â&#x20AC;˘Exit Packets mailed to Spring Graduation candidates â&#x20AC;˘Summer term registration

May

â&#x20AC;˘FAFSA applications continue at www.fafsa.ed.gov. After this month, aid may not be processed before the Fall payment is due. â&#x20AC;˘Spring term ends â&#x20AC;˘Satisfactory Academic Progress (4.8) evaluated â&#x20AC;˘Summer classes begin 

June

â&#x20AC;˘ Complete Master Promissory Notes and Entrance Counseling (new student loan borrowers) at www.studentloans.gov. â&#x20AC;˘Financial aid funds credited after last official date to add, drop classes

July

â&#x20AC;˘Fall registration â&#x20AC;˘Exit Packets mailed to Summer Graduation candidates â&#x20AC;˘Fall orientation sessions â&#x20AC;˘Complete Master Promissory Notes and Entrance Counseling (new student loan borrowers) at www.studentloans.gov.

August

â&#x20AC;˘Satisfactory Academic Progress (4.8) evaluated â&#x20AC;˘Fall orientation sessions â&#x20AC;˘Fall classes begin â&#x20AC;˘ Complete Master Promissory Notes and Entrance Counseling (new student loan borrowers) at www.studentloans.gov

September

â&#x20AC;˘Financial aid funds credited after last official date to add, drop classes â&#x20AC;˘ Complete Master Promissory Notes and Entrance Counseling (new student loan borrowers) at www.studentloans.gov

October

â&#x20AC;˘Mid-semester examinations â&#x20AC;˘End of the 60% period for Return of Title IV Aid â&#x20AC;˘Financial aid credited to eligible student accounts

November

â&#x20AC;˘Registration for Spring term â&#x20AC;˘Financial aid credited to eligible student accounts â&#x20AC;˘ Complete Master Promissory Notes and Entrance Counseling (new student loan borrowers) at www.studentloans.gov â&#x20AC;˘Exit Packets mailed to Fall Graduation candidates

December

â&#x20AC;˘Fall semester ends â&#x20AC;˘Satisfactory Academic Progress (4.8) evaluated â&#x20AC;˘ Complete Master Promissory Notes and Entrance Counseling (new student loan borrowers) at www.studentloans.gov â&#x20AC;˘Complete all Exits


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First Year

$5, 500 - No more than $3,500 of this amount may be in subsidized loans.

$9,500 - No more than $3,500 of this amount may be in subsidized loans.

Second Year

$6,500 - No more than $4,500 of this amount may be in subsidized loans.

$10,500 - No more than $4,500 of this amount may be in subsidized loans.

Third Year and Beyond (each year)

$7,500 - No more than $5,500 of this amount may be in subsidized loans.

$12,500 - No more than $5,500 of this amount may be in subsidized loans.

Maximum Total Debt from Stafford Loans When You Graduate (aggregate loan limits)

$31,000 - No more than $23,000 of this amount may be in subsidized loans.

$57,500 - No more than $23,000 of this amount may be in subsidized loans.

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$20,500 - No more than $8,500 of this amount may be in subsidized loans

$138,500 - No more than $65,500 of this amount may be in subsidized loans. The Graduate debt limit includes Stafford Loans received for Undergraduate study

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