Some SCCA programs relocating to new home

Johnson University is undergoing one of its largest expansion since Ashley Johnson founded it in 1893. Out of the new expansion, the worship and music education program will receive a new home, a transitional building which is nearing completion behind Richardson Hall. This new building will also include a new facility for the electrical and mechanical departments of Campus Services.

Teegarden 5K sees largest turnout in three years

KNOXVILLE – The Josh Teegarden memorial 5K Run/Walk Race has come to a finish with support from students, alumni, faculty, staff and retired faculty. The Teegarden family was extremely happy to see the turn out of racers and race crew for the largest Teegarden race in its three year history. Johnson University will provide an opportunity, through … Read moreTeegarden 5K sees largest turnout in three years

JUTN holds Josh Teegarden Memorial 5K-Run

KNOXVILLE – The Josh Teegarden Memorial 5K will be held on the Johnson University Tennessee campus on Saturday September 24th, 2016. Early-bird registration is open until this Thursday September 15th, 2016 when the cost of registration will go up from $20 to $25 until the day of the 5K. Those who register before September 15th will … Read moreJUTN holds Josh Teegarden Memorial 5K-Run

Philosophy within the Jedi Order: a Star Wars chapel group

KNOXVILLE – In a chapel group not so far away, Dr. Jerome Prinston leads Johnson students in an unusual chapel group that centers its discussion on Star Wars and Philosophy. This past week Dr. Prinston discussed Stoicism by comparing the Greek Stoic philosopher and slave, Epictetus, and Star Wars’ protagonist turned antagonist, Anakin Skywalker. Dr. … Read morePhilosophy within the Jedi Order: a Star Wars chapel group

President Kaleb Mullins’ anticipation for Fall semester

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University Junior, Kaleb Mullins, is heading into his first semester leading the Tennessee campus as Student Body President. Earlier this week, Mullins spoke on what the student body should be expecting from the SGA this year. His answers came with a few surprises. Mullins mentioned that SGA will be making a push for … Read morePresident Kaleb Mullins’ anticipation for Fall semester