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Judson University to Honor Alumni during Homecoming Weekend

Judson University will honor alumni for exemplary work in their careers, churches, and communities during Homecoming & Family Weekend 2023, September 29-30. The individuals will be acknowledged with the Alumnus of the Year honor, Distinguished Alumni Awards, and the Family Legacy Award during a special Alumni Banquet on Friday, September 29, in the Reed Room,

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Judson University Welcomes Largest Incoming Class in 15 Years

(ELGIN, IL – September 12, 2023) Enrollment at Judson University experienced significant growth for Fall 2023, a nearly 9% increase in total students over Fall 2022. The university welcomed the largest incoming class of traditional students since 2008. The new academic year also included the start of an MBA-Informatics program, which has the largest enrollment for a

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Judson Welcomes New Faculty Members for the 2023-24 School Year

Judson University welcomes 6 new faculty members to campus during the 2023-2024 academic year. They are Austin Anderson, Assistant Professor and Interim Program Coordinator for Communication Arts; Dr. Ashley Mitich, Associate Professor of Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Jeff Price, Department Chair and Associate Professor of Business; Sean Stochl, Visiting Pro-rata Assistant

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Judson University Becomes a Hispanic-Serving Institution

Judson University has been named a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) by the U.S. Department of Education, which has been part of a strategic initiative of the university to increase the diversity of its student body. The recognition reflects the university’s efforts to serve its community more holistically through a range of financial and academic support programs for current

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Judson University Announces Changes to Academic Leadership

Judson University announces several changes to academic and student life leadership for the upcoming school year. Judson says farewell to Chief Academic Officer and Provost Dr. Gillian Stewart-Wells and welcomes Dr. Lanette Poteete-Young, a long-time Judson community member, to serve as the Chief Academic Officer and Vice President of Academic Affairs. Dr. Gillian Stewart-Wells joined

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Judson University Celebrates 182 Graduates During Spring Commencement 2023

Judson University celebrated 182 graduates during the 89th commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 6.  Former David C. Cook CEO Cris Doornbos gave the keynote address to graduates in ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in Herrick Chapel on Judson’s Elgin campus. Doornbos is a 40-year veteran in the publishing, media, and educational spaces of

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