The event allows for alumni to meet up and connect.
The retirement of Dr. Michael Chambers will leave several projects for his successor.
The freshman class was able to build relationships with one another through their time at the retreat.
Kissimmee, Fla. – Johnson University Florida sustained no storm damage during Hurricane Dorian and will now allow commuters back on campus and classes will resume Monday. JUFL administered a successful […]
Kissimmee — Johnson University Florida will be on campus lockdown beginning Sunday afternoon through Wednesday night due to a Category 4 hurricane moving towards central Florida. Michael Chambers, JU Executive […]
KISSIMMEE— Kayla Bowman works as Choir Director and Elementary Music Teacher at Mountain Missions School (MMS) in Virginia. Bowman graduated from Johnson University Florida May 2017 with a Musical Arts […]
KISSIMMEE — Katherine Barnhart works at Johnson University Florida as the Administrative Assistant of the School of Education and the Assistant Coach of the girl’s basketball team. Katherine’s husband, Jay […]
KISSIMMEE — Two seniors at the Johnson University Florida campus performed recitals to cap off their education. Audrey Olsheske, a Musical Arts student, was first to perform her recital entitled […]
Over Spring Break (March 17-21) faculty and students from JUFL participated in the Key West Bike Ride 2018 (#KWBR2018), a cycling tour created by Ends of the Earth Cycling (a […]