• Arushi Sachan Who in the world comes to JMU?

    JMU welcomes the world's students with challenging academics and a friendly environment.

  • hacking for diplomacy - McCarthy Hacking for Diplomacy

    In 2017, JMU offered the only H4Di course in the country at JMU X-Labs and was the first in the nation to offer it exclusively to undergraduate students.

  • mm-spsm18-selznick-01.jpg Indoctrination or insight?

    Research shows college broadens students' political worldviews.

  • can it be saved Can it be saved?

    JMU prepares students to be active and responsible participants in a representative democracy dedicated to the common good.

  • Proulx sweeping for clues Sweeping for clues

    The project offers a rare opportunity for a geophysicist to be involved in restoring the humanity of a forgotten community.

  • mm-spsm18-montpelier-08.jpg Restoring humanity at Montpelier

    Descendants of Madison-era slaves contribute to exhibit at the home of the nation's fourth president.

  • Jewel Hurt SGA president making her mark on Madison

    Jewel Hurt embodies civic enagement and public service.

  • 2018 Fulbright Shield thumb JMU a top producer of Fulbright Scholars

    For the second consecutive year, three scholars from JMU were awarded Fulbright grants.

  • MLK Week 2018 - march Looking forward, looking back

    Students, faculty and the community gathered in January to celebrate and honor the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr.

  • kirk cox looking at papers Bridging the divide

    Kirk Cox ('79), the new speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates, is urging his colleagues on both sides of the aisle to practice "integrity, civility and grace."

  • Signature Little Jimmy Statue Building a civic-minded society

    At the university named for James Madison, civic engagement has taken on a whole new meaning.

  • tre-allen-thumb.jpg Now showing: Law school

    For Tre Allen ('16), Michigan State College of Law seems a logical step after what he calls his superior preparation at JMU.

  • 233651-Claire-Elverum-Viewbook-Photos-1015-thumb.jpg Project changes lives for the good

    From Honors courses to a scholarship that funded her project in Tanzania, international affairs major Claire Elverum means it when she says, "It's impossible not to find your spot here."


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