Summer Band Camp returns for 2022!

May 3, 2022

Summer Band Camp returns to Jackson College! Young musicians are invited to Summer Band for fun while working on their musical skills and marching. Band camp will meet weekdays from June 20-24, 27-29. Students with one to two years band experience may attend from 9 – 11:45 a.m., while students with two or more years […]

Oak Ridge Boys bring their signature sound to Potter Center – finally!

May 3, 2022

This concert was scheduled back in 2020 before the pandemic hit, and now it is finally happening! The Oak Ridge Boys will bring their signature sound to the Potter Center stage Saturday, May 7 at 7 p.m. You recognize their sound, and the music loved by audiences for four decades. The Oak Ridge Boys promise a […]

Jackson College to host outdoor commencement Saturday

April 26, 2022

Jackson College will host commencement ceremonies for graduates of fall 2021, spring 2022 and summer 2022 semesters this Saturday, April 30 at 11 a.m. outside Bert Walker Hall on the north end of campus. An outdoor commencement ceremony is planned, with Potter Center as a back-up in case of inclement weather. The College first hosted […]

Trustees unanimously select longtime community member Simpson to fill open seat

April 19, 2022

At a special board meeting on Monday, April 18, the Jackson College Board of Trustees unanimously selected Christopher Simpson, currently the undersheriff for the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, to fill the open seat vacated by long-time board member Dr. Edward Mathein who announced his retirement at the April board meeting, a week ago. Dr. Mathein […]

Biology professor’s $1.3 million donation to fund science equipment for years to come

April 11, 2022

With her love for education and nature, late faculty member Myrna Berlet’s influence will live on through a generous gift of $1,295,000 to Jackson College.  Mark Snedeker, representing the Myrna Berlet Trust, presented the check to Jackson College leadership and faculty in a short ceremony before the April Board of Trustees meeting on Monday, April […]

Don’t miss The Electric Light Orchestra Experience featuring Evil Woman – The American ELO, coming to Potter Center

March 28, 2022

From Evil Woman to Mr. Blue Sky, THE ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA EXPERIENCE  featuring EVIL WOMAN – The American ELO brings your favorites from this 1970s & ‘80s band to life again! Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind performance coming to Potter Center at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 9. The brilliant arrangements and flawless musicianship and vocals of […]

Community invited to Summit to Reduce Violence, April 8

March 25, 2022

Be part of the solution when the Jackson community comes together for a Summit to Reduce Violence on Friday, April 8 at the American 1 Credit Union Event Center, 128 W. Ganson, Jackson. Join in a multidisciplinary gathering of professionals and community members working together to tackle the issues of violence in Jackson. The Summit […]

Concert Band Classics highlight of concert featuring Jackson Community Concert Band

March 23, 2022

Don’t miss an afternoon of Concert Band Classics for All Ages when the Jackson Community Concert Band performs at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 27 in Harold Sheffer Music Hall, Potter Center. Selections for the band will include: “Sea Songs,” Vaughan Williams “October,” Eric Whitacre “March of the Resistance,” John Williams “Children’s March,” Percy Grainger “Selections […]

Registration underway for summer semester

March 22, 2022

Register now for summer semester at Jackson College! Jackson College offers programs and classes are designed to fit many preferences and schedules, with personnel who are committed to student success. Students may choose from in-person or online options, with sessions lasting the full 12 weeks, as well as seven-week and five-week sessions. Summer semester begins […]

Think Spring: Rescheduled choir concert set for March 24

March 16, 2022

Vocal Point, the premier vocal group at Jackson College, will perform its rescheduled live concert on Thursday, March 24, from 7 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., in the William Atkinson Library on Central Campus. This will be the first live performance since February 2020; the concert was delayed twice due to illness. The choir will sing […]