JMU's enrollment is slightly below projections, but the Office of Admissions said there's still a large amount of uncertainty around final numbers.
By using knowledge built from the experience of the 2009 market crash, JMU was able to respond to the financial hit of the coronavirus.
In the wake of COVID-19's financial hit to JMU, adjunct faculty face increasing uncertainty around job security.
JMU received just over $12 million in funding from the federal CARES Act, with half going to students and half going to the university.
As the fall season approaches, JMU Athletics has yet to make any large-scale budgetary decisions, citing a pending review of 2019-20 fiscal end-of-year reports to be completed early in the fall.
The executive board of the JMU College Republicans was notified that the organization was found responsible for charges of harassment and defamation Wednesday morning.
Over the summer, the JMU Board of Visitors met virtually three times and made several large decisions about the university's response to the coronavirus.
JMU's coronavirus bill totals around $33 million, and The Breeze has looked into why that is.
In addition to its unanimous decision to rename various halls on campus, the Board of Visitors held an emergency meeting yesterday to discuss how JMU will operate in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.