#GivingTuesday efforts raise $10K for student Gap scholarship

Johnson C. Smith University thanks alumni, faculty, staff, and supporters who donated $10,000 to the President's Gap Scholarship Fund in one day on Giving Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018.

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Charlotte enjoys Evening with Santa at JCSU

Johnson C. Smith University's Residence Life and Student Government Association welcome community children for “An Evening with Santa.”

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Vespers a reunion of sound

Johnson C. Smith University’s annual Christmas Vespers service saw the combined voices of the JCSU Concert Choir and the newly organized JCSU Alumni Choir, as well as more community partnership.

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'Tis the Season for Service

Johnson C. Smith University students have outdone themselves this holiday season with service projects in the Charlotte community.

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First Lady Denise Armbrister welcomed to Charlotte with Tea

On Saturday afternoon, November 17, 2018, an intimate gathering of local women met for a Ladies Tea at the Smith House to formally welcome First Lady Denise McGregor Armbrister to Charlotte.

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JCSU celebrates connection with First United Presbyterian Church

Johnson C. Smith University celebrated its historical bond with First United Presbyterian Church (USA) at their Homecoming Nov. 11, 2018. They are two of the oldest African-American institutions in Charlotte, N.C.

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Chamberlyn Smith: Four to Finish

Chamberlyn Smith enrolled at Johnson C. Smith University straight out of high school, but arrived already possessing sophomore-level credit hours.

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SPORTS ANALYTICS IN THE CLASSROOM: How JCSU is changing the game

By 2022, the sports analytics market is expected to skyrocket to $4 billion. Yet even as top international players are duking it out for industry supremacy, an assistant professor of computer science at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, N.C. is poised to make just as big an impact on the data-charged future of sports.

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NCAA names Irwin Belk Complex among most scenic stadiums in the U.S.

Charlotte, N.C./Oct. 23, 2018—Johnson C. Smith University’s Irwin Belk Complex has always been special—the home of a world-class Mondo track surface, site of the 2016 U.S. Paralympics Track and Field team trials and site of the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships in 2011 and 2018. Well now, the NCAA has ranked it among the most scenic Division II stadiums in the country!

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