KNOXVILLE – The Student Government Association is hosting a benefit dodgeball tournament on Jan. 27 at 6 p.m. in the ARC gym to raise money for freshman Abby Stuteville, who is in need of a kidney transplant. Students and staff are encouraged to create their own dodgeball team of 6-8 people. There is a $2 … Read moreSGA hosting benefit to help student in need, Jan. 27
KNOXVILLE – Johnson University Tennessee is welcoming alumni to a special gathering, Nov. 1 and 2. The men and women’s Royals basketball teams will be playing Toccoa Falls College and Bob Jones University during these two days. Alumni can attend the games in the new Athletic and Recreation Complex on campus. There will also be … Read moreJUTN hosting alumni weekend November 1-2
Many students and staff participated and attended last year.
KNOXVILLE – With the Athletic Recreation Complex officially open, the Royal Wellness programs at Johnson are now available to improve the physical and mental well-being of the community. According to the Royal Wellness registration page, the fall semester offers eight fitness classes everyone can choose from. With the exception of the self-defense series, which occurs … Read moreHolistic Wellness: Sprint by Faith, Not by Sight
KNOXVILLE – This year’s chapel offering is assisting five Johnson alumni who are currently serving in strategic vocations, including alumna Bekah Ochs. Ochs graduated from Johnson in May 2019 with a degree in Cross-Cultural Media Communication. She is now serving with New International, a mission sending organization stationed in Florida. “At our core, [New International] … Read moreJUTN offering recipient affiliates with New International
The Johnson University Literary Magazine will hold an informational meeting for this year at 11 a.m. Sep. 21st and at 12 p.m. Sep. 23rd, both in the Underground. Both meetings are identical – but the Saturday meeting includes doughnuts. Meetings are not necessarily commitments, and will include details of writing and submitting stories for the … Read moreJohnson’s Literary Magazine to hold informational meeting
Students will experience fellowship and grow closer together and closer to God.
KNOXVILLE – Johnson University and its individual schools presented awards and recognized students in the last chapel of the semester, April 25. There were approximately 200 students that made the Dean’s List. This consisted of those who carried at least 12 credit hours and held a grade point average of 3.67 to 4.00. Out of … Read moreJUTN presented student awards, recognitions, scholarships April 25