Single Stop partners with CMS, expands reach across Mecklenburg County

Single Stop, a food pantry on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University, is expanding its services across Mecklenburg County. The program just got the green light for a second-year deal with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.

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Convocation 2019

The graduating class of 2023 are official Smithites! Thursday, August 29th incoming 2019 freshman, dressed in black and white outfits, filled Biddle Hall Auditorium for their first Convocation, which also included a Pinning Ceremony.

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JCSU Mourns the Death of Dr. Wilbert Greenfield, 10th President

President Clarence D. Armbrister, J.D., announces the passing of Dr. Wilbert Greenfield, 10th President of Johnson C. Smith University.

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Miss North Carolina visits Johnson C. Smith University

Miss North Carolina, Alexandra Badgett, met with students at Johnson C. Smith University during a College Tour in conjunction with Miss Taste of Charlotte. Badgett, a Charlotte native, is hoping to recruit more African American women for pageants.

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Perkins Employee Lends a Helping Hand

If you have attended Johnson C. Smith University within the last quarter century, then you likely know Miss Shirley Bertha. The Floor Supervisor in the dining hall has worked at JCSU for the last 24 years. During her time here, she has mentored, prayed and guided a number of students in need. So it was no surprise when she was seen helping a student on the first day of class.

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Student projects examine housing, healthcare and food in Charlotte’s Historic West End

This summer 11 students presented their research in the New Science Center auditorium on the campus of Johnson C Smith University. It was all a part of an eight-week Research Experience for Undergraduates created and funded by the National Science Foundation.

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JCSU participates in second annual HBCU Diversity in Tech Summit

Johnson C. Smith University is one of 34 Historically Black Colleges and Universities to participate in the second annual HBCU Diversity in Tech Summit.

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More than a dozen students enroll in the National Summer Transportation Institute at Johnson C. Smith University

For three weeks, 14 students are participating in the National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University.

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Tennis Programs Named ITA All-Academic Team, Six Players Honored as All-Academic Scholar-Athletes

The Johnson C. Smith University women's tennis team was named to the 2019 Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-Academic Team and six Golden Bulls earned individual ITA Scholar-Athlete honors, the ITA announced Thursday.

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New Director of Public Safety, Jermaine Cherry, outlines plans for 2019-20 school year

Johnson C. Smith University’s new Director of Public Safety, Jermaine Cherry, is wasting no time getting to work.

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