Johnson University students have unique Thanksgiving plans amid pandemic

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University Tennessee students discuss their plans for Thanksgiving break in a time when things are different than usual. Every fall semester JU students are given a Thanksgiving break. Many students tend to look forward to going home for Thanksgiving gatherings with friends and family. This year, however, looks a bit different for … Read moreJohnson University students have unique Thanksgiving plans amid pandemic

Virtual Event, “Let There be Light” to be held Saturday

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This Saturday, Sept. 12, Johnson University will host “Let There be Light,” a virtual, ticketed event, during which JUFL alumni Andrew Peterson will provide a concert, and Arron Chambers will deliver a message. The two will also be interviewed by Dean of the Chapel, Bill Wolf.

Johnson University addresses Covid-19, steps to help students

KISSIMMEE – Following Johnson University’s decision, made on March 26, to move all remaining Spring courses online, Johnson University Florida students have been provided with a combination of campus and online resources to facilitate the transition.  Johnson University Tennessee and Florida faculty are working to be supportive as they transition students off campus and into … Read moreJohnson University addresses Covid-19, steps to help students

Inventory Director serves campus from behind the scenes

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University Tennessee Inventory Director Scott Dunlap decided to leave his job driving big trucks and tractors to come to Johnson for the great community. Dunlap has lived in Seymour his whole life. He went to trade school right after he graduated from Seymour High School. He has had a passion for cars … Read moreInventory Director serves campus from behind the scenes