KNOXVILLE — Recent devastation from wildfires in the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area resulted in widespread relief efforts for victims who lost their homes and property. Johnson University has joined in the effort to provide relief and continues to offer students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to get involved. Monetary donations are being accepted at the receptionist’s … Read moreUniversity joins in Sevier County relief effort
KNOXVILLE — Through the ups and the downs of this season, the girls soccer team was able to go to the championship, which gave the team a great way to end the season. “One of the most historic seasons we’ve had, which was not expected, we won the most amount of games in one season,” … Read moreGirl’s soccer season ends on good note
Lexington — This weekend students from Johnson University Tennessee and Florida attended the International Conference On Missions in Lexington,Ky. This year’s theme was “Mobilize: Disciples Making Disciples” Each year, participants from all over the world join together at ICOM to engage in the world of missions and learn what it means to spread the Gospel throughout the … Read moreJU Royals, Suns take on ICOM 2016
KNOXVILLE — Each year as students leave campus for Thanksgiving Break Johnson’s faculty and staff join together to help uphold a tradition. The Hanging of the Greens, a campus-wide Christmas decorating event, has taken place for as long as its current organizer, and Coordinator for the School of Arts & Sciences and Service Learning, Carrie Overdorf, … Read moreFaculty and staff gather for Hanging of the Greens
KNOXVILLE — Financial Aid will be holding a free FASFA workshop this Tuesday in RH 245. In October of this semester Financial Aid announced that FASFA filing would be opened early for the 2017-18 school year. This means that students will be able to apply with their financial information from 2015 and complete the process of … Read moreFinancial Aid holding FASFA workshop
KNOXVILLE — Tonight Harvesters brought warmth to students, faculty, and staff of Johnson with homemade soups to raise donations for this year’s offering recipient. Soups were submitted for attendees to pay to taste and vote on, along with hot cider and artisan bread. Admission to the event was $3 to try three soups and for … Read moreHarvesters raises soup-port for Mirembe Cottage
KNOXVILLE —Johnson University has received an “A” in the 2016 Forbes College Financial Grades, ranking 3rd on the Christian Colleges and Universities Financial Strength list. Forbes lists Johnson’s financial GPA as being 4.132 on a 4.5 scale. This scale measures the fiscal soundness of more than 900 four-year, private, not-for-profit schools with at least 500 students. According to … Read moreJUTN ranks high among financially fit colleges
The 2016 race that initially involved 22 major candidates has come to a verdict. Millions of voters headed to the polls across the U.S. to cast their ballots or have been closely following the election. The Republican nominee Donald Trump, R-New York, defeated the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, D- New York. Trump will take office as the … Read moreTrump wins!
KNOXVILLE- Johnson University’s Ultimate team traveled to Berea, Kentucky for their last tournament of the fall season last weekend. The “A team” won 5 of their 8 games and placed fifth overall in the tournament. The “B team” was able to score their first win in 2 years in their final game of the tournament … Read moreJohnson Ultimate team places fifth in semester’s last tournament
KNOXVILLE – Internationals Zoya Kamil and Roberto Valladares talk of the 2016 election. Tune in to hear them speak their thoughts on the American election process, the current candidates, and how Christians can make their voice heard.