Dr. Ronald L. Carter, the 13th president of JCSU, will address alumni across the United States in an eight-city speaking tour beginning this November. These intimate speaking engagements will help the president lay out the vision for the future to the JCSU community and to some of its most important constituents.
Johnson C. Smith University hosted the sixth annual German Language & Culture Foundation’s “Jazz in the Village” concert and event on October 7, 2011. The concert featured Munich Swing Stars, a jazz band from Bavaria, Germany.
Located a block away from Johnson C. Smith University, stands the former home of Dr. George E. Davis. Davis, a professor, dean, advocate for education and in the historical ranks of Charlotte’s leading black citizens, left a legacy of unparalleled achievement in raising funds for black education in the state of North Carolina.
On October 12, 2011, The Duke Endowment awarded Johnson C. Smith University a $35 million grant to support science programs, scholarships and capital improvements on campus. The award is one of the largest gifts ever given to a Historically Black College and University (HBCU). Likewise, the gift is now the largest presented to JCSU by The Duke Endowment.
The safety of our students, faculty and staff is a top priority for Johnson C. Smith University. Therefore, the administration is monitoring Hurricane Irene closely and has established a plan that will be implemented should Hurricane Irene affect the Charlotte area directly.
Please welcome Hal Rogers, National's new Physical Plant Director, to the Johnson C. Smith community.
Johnson C. Smith University welcomes Nomzamo Nobandla Winnifred "Winnie" Madikizela-Mandela as the keynote speaker for its 139th Commencement Exercises.