Jacksonville, Fla.—Jacksonville University is proud to announce that it is currently recruiting for a new marching band to be introduced in the Fall of 2012.
The band is open to all majors. Members will play at sporting events, as well as potential other events on campus to increase student spirit and pride in the University.
“We are very excited about the energy the band will bring to campus,” said Dr. Robert Tudor, assistant professor of voice and chair of the Division of Music. “It will not only bring together a diverse group of majors with a common goal, but allow students the opportunity to play great music, make new friends and have a blast while doing it.”
Those interested should fill out an information form by visiting www. ju.edu/marchingband.
Jacksonville University is located in a beautiful riverfront setting in suburban Jacksonville, across the St. Johns River from downtown and just minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. The 198-acre campus includes a half-mile of riverfront, oak-lined paths, and a mix of historic and new campus buildings. The University offers seven bachelor's degree programs and more than 70 majors, programs and concentrations. There are graduate programs in nursing, business, education, dance choreography, marine science, mathematics and orthodontics. The Accelerated Degree Program offers classes during evenings and weekends for nontraditional students. For more information, visit www.ju.edu.