Tyler Johnson, a senior at Johnson C. Smith University, received a $2,425 UPS Scholarship provided through North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) for the current academic year.
On February 11-13, 2016, President Ronald L. Carter, CFO Greg Petzke and University College Dean Antonio Henley flew out to Seattle with four JCSU students to meet with members of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. JCSU was selected from a community of high-performing colleges and universities committed to ensuring that many more low-income and first generation students and students of color achieve high-quality degrees.
Johnson C. Smith University is pleased to announce that the Commission on Accreditation of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) has granted initial accreditation to the JCSU Master of Social Work program. The route to this accomplishment was led by President Ronald L. Carter; Dr. Helen T. Caldwell, dean of the College of Professional Studies; and Dr. Jeanne F. Cook, director of the MSW Program.
Johnson C. Smith University has been identified by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as one of 35 high-potential Institutional Partnership (IP) Sites committed to transforming its organization to ensure that more students—especially low-income and first-generation students and students of color—graduate at higher rates with high-quality degrees or certificates.
Veterans face unique educational challenges, from a missing sense of camaraderie to difficulties balancing family life and coursework. Coupled with the emotional toll of combat, a college degree can be an elusive goal for men and women returning to civilian life. At Johnson C. Smith University, military students and their family members now have a dedicated space to help navigate their educational goals: the veterans’ support hub.
Johnson C. Smith University achieved a financial composite score of 2.5 out of 3 from the Department of Education, a strong rating of the school's overall financial health.
University College is proud to announce the appointment of Tracey N. Foster to the position of Biddle Institute director. In this capacity, Ms. Foster will be responsible for ensuring that students in the Biddle Freshman Program and the Sit Lux Research/Scholars Initiative receive intrusive support and directed guidance during their freshman year.
The Science Center, a symbol of the University’s progress into the forefront of 21st century science and technology, officially opened Friday, Oct. 23. The dedication ceremony made special mention of Dr. Magdy Attia, JCSU’s former dean of the College of STEM, who dedicated years to the dream of the facility before unexpectedly passing away this month.
Four seniors were hand-picked to represent the Gold and Blue at Black Enterprise magazine's first annual TechConneXt Summit Oct. 12-13 in Santa Clara, Calif. The students took part in a 24-hour hackathon and met with tech recruiters, as well as luminaries and other young professionals.