Stone-Cambell Journal Conference to provide chapel make-up opportunity

KNOXVILLE – Johnson will be hosting the annual Stone-Campbell Journal Conference this Friday at 9 a.m. in the  Phillips-Welshimer Building Gymnasium. Students are encouraged to attend the first plenary session. This is not a mandatory event, but students that do attend will receive a chapel make-up. Students will be dismissed at 9:50 a.m., to accommodate students that … Read moreStone-Cambell Journal Conference to provide chapel make-up opportunity

Faculty committee being formed to oversee student handbook revisions

KNOXVILLE– Students who attend Johnson University agree to live by standards outlined in the student handbook. Most people are unaware of how the student handbook was developed, or who makes decisions pertaining to the policies listed in the handbook. As the date for the release of the 2016 student handbook approaches, Vice President of Student Services, … Read moreFaculty committee being formed to oversee student handbook revisions

Student Revival Week ends with Harvesters’ generosity event

KNOXVILLE– Student Revival Week, featuring the theme “generosity,” came to a close yesterday with a major Harvesters event. Students could earn a chapel make-up by volunteering an hour and a half of their time to sort clothes for Master Provisions in the Phillips-Welshimer Building Gymnasium. Just outside, individuals could buy a T-shirt and dye to … Read moreStudent Revival Week ends with Harvesters’ generosity event

Saylors take leap of faith to bring Grayson home from China

KNOXVILLE – The Saylor family is on a mission to raise funds for the adoption of their second child from China. They have high hopes that enough funds will be raised to bring Grayson Pu Jin Min Saylor home from China. The total expense of the adoption is about $30,000, but they are currently working … Read moreSaylors take leap of faith to bring Grayson home from China

New Creation prepares for “Loved” tour

KISSIMMEE – This past Saturday and Sunday, the New Creation tour choir sang at Fairway Christian Church in the Villages. During this performance, the group performed songs from Part One of their choral concert. Part One songs of New Creation tours consists of choral numbers, while Part Two of the performance is a contemporary performance featuring … Read moreNew Creation prepares for “Loved” tour

JUTN intramural sports sign-ups available

KNOXVILLE— On the JUTN campus, intramural spring sports are starting up for the year of 2016. Volleyball and soccer sign-ups are now available in both the girl’s and boy’s lobby and also outside of Ken Underwood’s office. Sign-ups will be available all throughout this week. Both intramural soccer and volleyball are available to all students. … Read moreJUTN intramural sports sign-ups available

New physical, academic goals of Johnson University announced

KNOXVILLE – Rumors finally were laid to rest during Tuesday’s chapel by a campus forum led by President Gary Weedman, Cliff McCartney, and Dr. Tommy Smith.  The discussion included Johnson’s strategic growth plan, enrollment, and the change of the physical appearance and facilities. President Weedman began the forum with an a discussion of “Strategic Planning … Read moreNew physical, academic goals of Johnson University announced