Judson College E-News
Volume Three - Issue 8
September 2006

Dr. Betty Campbell and Judson Music Fraternity Recognized at National Convention
  The Judson College music fraternity, Delta Psi, and their advisor, Dr. Betty Campbell, received a number of awards at the Delta Omicron International Music Fraternity's annual meeting in July at the Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Ill. The Judson chapter was one of only six internationally to be awarded the Certificate of Honor. According to chapter advisor, Dr. Betty Campbell, this award was based on chapter efficiency, campus and community service, music performed by members, music service, scholarship and publicity.

Judson president inaugurates chapel season by urging students to seek God in daily lives
  Judson College president Dr. David Potts inaugurated the chapel season for the new academic year on Sept. 5 by urging students to develop the daily habit of seeking God. Noting that the college has always tried to offer a "culture of hope," Potts said the upcoming chapel season promises to be the finest in many years.

Judson College Equestrian Team Competes at Lander University
  The Judson College Hunt Seat Equestrian Team competed at their first Intercollegiate Horse Show Association show of the season last weekend. The team left Marion on Sept. 22 with Coach Jennifer Hoggle and traveled to the cooler climate of South Carolina for the two-day show. The six ladies that make up the team competed against teams from Anderson College, Augusta State College, Berry College, Clemson University, Furman University, Lander University, North Georgia College, University of Georgia and the University of South Carolina.

Westcott Begins Teaching Career at Her Alma Mater
  Brooke Westcott of Park City, Ky. has begun a new career as an adjunct history teacher at Judson College. She is a graduate of Barren County High School in Glasgow, Ky., and a 2002 summa cum laude graduate of Judson. While a Judson student, Westcott was chosen for the Jane Jewett Honorary Society, named to the Dean's List and a President's Scholar and was elected to "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" and Phi Alpha Theta History Honorary Society.

Order your Hockey Day Team Shirt now!!
The shirt will be gray with the design on the back of the shirt. All shirts are $10. Please email jmitchell@judson.edu with your size and/or questions. You can pay when you pick the shirt up on Hockey Day (Nov. 4). Won't it be great for the Alumnae Team to look like a team?! Orders must be in by Tuesday, October 10!

Judson Heritage Tour
April 25-30, 2007
An opportunity to explore the roots of America's missions heritage!
Sponsored by Alabama Woman's Missionary Union and escorted by Rosalie Hunt author of Bless God and Take Courage
If you would like more information email jmitchell@judson.edu or call 334/683-5167
It just got easier to donate to Judson!! You can make your donation online by going to http://www.judson.edu/donate.asp.Or call 334/683-5109 for more information.

JCAA Cookbook  

  Do you own a copy of the Judson College Alumnae Association Cookbook Tastes and Traditions of 'The Judson'? Elizabeth Carmichael '25 does! Mrs. Carmichael is 102 years old. She was the May Day queen when she was at Judson and she is still a loyal
"Judson Girl"!
The cookbook is the perfect gift for any occasion!! You can purchase one by sending a check made out to JCAA Cookbook to Judson College, Cookbook, 302 Bibb Street, Marion, AL 36756. The cookbooks are $29.95 or $34.95 if we need to ship them. It is a beautiful book with great recipes and history.

Letter from Dr. Betty

Chapter News

Archives Needs Your Help!!
Archives is looking for a few things. They are in need of Commencement Programs from 1921, 1944, and 1945. They also need Conversationalists from 1914, 1918, 1924, 1934, 1935, 1936, and 1949. If you have any of these items and wish to donate them or if you know where we might be able to find them please email Connie Cook at ccook@judson.edu.

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Dates to Remember
October 7    Pageant
October 26    Board of Advisors
November 4    Hockey Day
November 11    Scholarship/Preview Day
November 18-26    Thanksgiving Holidays
December 3    Christmas Tea/Vespers
December 12-15    Finals

Do you know someone who wants to complete their college degree but can't attend a traditional campus? Judson's Distance Learning Program might be a viable option. The program offers educational opportunities for students who find it impossible to attend traditional classes on campus due to the responsibilities of maintaining a job or caring for a family, or both. Through the Distance Learning Program, students can work out flexible degree plans leading toward a baccalaureate degree completed totally through distance education. The majors available include Business, Criminal Justice, Education, English, History, Music, Psychology, and Religious Studies. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Several Judson alumna have enrolled to either complete the degree they began several years ago or to complete a second baccalaureate degree. There have also been Judson alumna who have enrolled to take one or two classes to fulfill requirements for jobs or prerequisites for graduate school. For more information, please contact Angie Mobley Teague at ateague@judson.edu or 1-866-4-JUDSON.

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