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
KNOXVILLE — Faculty and staff gathered on Monday evening to serve students as a part of the annual Miller-Scott Banquet. Associate Dean of Students, Dave Wheeler, opened the night in song by leading students in singing Christmas carols before praying for the meal provided by John Scott and Allen Miller. After dinner, faculty and staff … Read moreFaculty and staff serve at Miller-Scott Banquet
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
KNOXVILLE– Applications for Johnson students to be a Resident Assistant for the 2016-2017 school year are now available at the Student Services office in the EAC building. Applications are due tomorrow, March 11, at 5 p.m. All students wishing to be an RA for the next school year should complete an application form and turn it back … Read moreResident Assistant applications available to students
KNOXVILLE– In the 1900’s, faculty and students at Johnson Bible College were well aware of a woman known as Aunt Maggie. Aunt Maggie lived alone off Porterfield Gap Rd. in a small wooden house in the woods. She has earned a significant role in the history of Johnson University. Former author of the college press, … Read moreMysterious, faithful woman in woods becomes Johnson legend
Bill Wolf took over the role of dean of chapel at Johnson University Tennessee in 2011. Since then his main goal is to help Johnson University to maintain an atmosphere of worship.
Johnson University staff has partnered with several corporations and non-profits to bring the community a fun way to support their favorite cause. The Wells Fargo Heels and Wheels Duathlon promises friendly competition for a good purpose. Proceeds from the event will benefit local charitable organizations.
Tuesday, Thomas Harvey, the dean of Oxford’s mission studies, spoke to Johnson University students about Oxford’s mission program and how he thinks missions is changing around the world.