Jaguar Day Across Texas
The Jaguar Day Across Texas offering is Jacksonville College’s annual effort to raise money for the needs of the College. We ask you to pray and give sacrificially on Sunday, May 3 or at any other time during the months of May or June to support Jaguar Day Across Texas.
This offering will help Jacksonville College
- make it financially through the lean summer months,
- paint and repair facilities-----$30,000.00,
- buy security equipment-------$10,00.00.
Every church or individual who gives a donation at or above the suggested amounts will receive a gift of appreciation:
$50.00: Creation Proclaims DVD
Through encounters with wild animals, Dan “The Animal Man” Breeding and Dr. Jobe Martin show how creation proclaims the character, majesty, and power of our Creator.
$100.00: The NET Bible (New English Translation)
The NET Bible is a new translation with 60,932 notes. This Bible is used by Wycliffe Bible Translators to assist their field translators.
$150.00: Constitution Alive DVDs
David Barton, an expert in historical and constitutional issues, and Rick Green, former Texas State Representative, discuss the purpose of the U.S. Constitution.
$200.00: The Patriot KJV Audio Bible
This set includes 60 audio CDs, America’s Most Pressing Concern DVD, Indestructible Book DVD, MP3 CD of America’s founding documents, and a copy of the U.S. Constitution.
$400.00: The donor will receive all of the above gifts.
Make checks payable to Jacksonville College, and make a notation on the check for Jaguar Day. Mail checks to 105 B.J. Albritton Drive, Jacksonville, Texas 75766.
On Friday, March 27, Jacksonville College employees attended a seminar led by JC President Mike Smith on conflict resolution. The text used for the seminar was Bro. Mike’s Conflict: Causes & Cures. Pictured above, attendees take a survey as part of the seminar to identify personality traits, which play a major role in conflict and resolution.
New Online Program Approved
After a 17 month process, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) has approved Jacksonville College’s request to offer 50% or more of the credits for degree and diploma programs via electronic distance learning (online courses), effective this May. This will allow the College to offer an associate degree fully online. God has indeed been good to allow us to make this dramatic addition to our academic curriculum.
Be sure to take advantage of Jacksonville College’s online courses. Registration is ongoing for Maymester, Summer I and II, and Fall 2015.
2015 Class Sessions:
Maymester: May 14 - May 29
Summer I: June 2 - July 2
Summer II: July 8 - August 6
Fall: August 17 – November 24
Full course schedules are available at www.jacksonville-college.edu. Online registration is available.
April 14 at 7:30 p.m. in Buckner Chapel
Region XIV Regional Tennis Tournament, hosted by Jacksonville College
April 16-17 at the Jacksonville ISD Tennis Complex
Tournament Director: Lynn Nabi (903) 589-7137
Spring Show: A Little Theater
April 23-25 at 7:30 p.m. in the new Performing Arts Center on the Joe Wright campus
May 1 at 7:00 p.m. in the Curtis Carroll Field House/Gymnasium
Jacksonville Fire Department vs. Jacksonville Police Department
Jaguar Day Across Texas (annual day of giving for Jacksonville College)
May 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Curtis Carroll Field House/Gymnasium