HP executive returns to JMU to connect with students
Alumni stay connected to Madison. And that provides an added benefit for JMU students. One example&#151;getting advice on career decisions from one of Silicon Valley's most sought-after executives, John Hinshaw ('92).
Preparing for your future
JMU's combination of academic advising, career development, job search and networking lead to the future you want.
Alumni support making the Vision a reality
Alumni often say JMU made a big difference in their lives. Larry ('82) and Barbara ('81) Caudle say that's why they're involved in shaping Madison's future and why they want others to join them.
Embracing a global community
One key to success is a college experience that makes you draw on wide-ranging, even global, connections to make decisions. Read Brian Caperton's account of his "refreshingly different" Madison Experience.
A passion for social justice
Want a world free of discrimination? Professor Matt Lee teaches students how to create the type of society they want to live in.
Clinic helps children develop and learn through play
It looks like fun, yet beneath the surface of the interaction, JMU students get valuable practical experience in kinesiology and occupational therapy. And children of all ages develop and learn. JMU programs bring it all together.
Making gray days brighter
Betty Cinquegrana ('64) says she wants to give today's students the solid start her Madison Experience provided her.
Information on mumps
Multiple cases of mumps have been reported to the Virginia Department of Health including several on college campuses
When dreams become real
Critical thinkers, problem solvers, good communicators&#151;they're all in high demand. Devin Buennemeyer is a good example of how a JMU education helps develop those skills.
One of a kind
Her three majors&#151;German, political science, and theater and dance&#151;were a rare combination, but her Madison Experience was just what she wanted.