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Committee adjusts in-state tuition for the 2022-23 year

Today, the Executive Committee voted to reduce tuition that had been previously set in April for in-state undergraduate and in-state graduate students.

JMU Board of Visitors Executive Comittee to meet

The Executive Committee of the Board of Visitors will meet on Wednesday, June 22 at 10:00 a.m.

Duke Hall Gallery awarded prestigious international grant

The Duke Hall Gallery of Fine Art has recently been awarded a grant to support the exhibition Both Sides of the River (January 31 - March 18, 2023).

$1.4M grant for new JMU Upward Bound Program aims to help underrepresented students prepare for college

The funds will help eligible high school students in the Shenandoah Valley overcome social, emotional, and academic barriers to achieve success in education beyond high school.

Dr. Malika Carter named inaugural vice president of DEI and chief diversity officer at JMU

James Madison University is pleased to announce that Dr. Malika Carter has been named the inaugural vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion and chief diversity officer.

JMU launches accelerated teacher education program to help alleviate nationwide teacher shortages

Responding to the enormous need for qualified teachers, JMU’s Secondary Education Program is taking action to help alleviate teacher shortages by educating aspiring second career teachers.

PHOTOS: Morrissey legacy lives on through scholarship

A story of remembrance and friendship.

Support program shows promise for retaining K-12 teachers

As the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on teacher retention across the country, Virginia is implementing a teacher support model it hopes will reverse the trend.

JMU researcher finds common motivation for saving endangered species

On Endangered Species Day, research by James Madison University professor Jennifer Byrne is shedding light on the reasons why people volunteer to help animals. 

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