|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|William Jessup University Students||15%||14%||55%||27%||1%||8%||2%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
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I love how everyone is here to help you succeed and gives endless opportunities to grow your experiences. The staff help students with internships, scholarships, and more. The atmosphere all around is very friendly and wonderful for anyone who wants to pursue a life with Christ.
At times the school can be slow to let you know you are missing important documents to register for classes or activities.
What I enjoy most about William Jessup is how close our professors want to be with their students, each professor is extremely kind and they like to get to know every student. I occasionally have coffee with my professors, they are really kind and special people here at Jessup. The community is extremely welcoming and they help you socialize.
Just be aware the school doesn't really tell you how everything is, so you have to go around and figure out things on your own, you can easily do this online to figure out cafeteria hours, and other things.
The atmosphere is very welcoming from the moment you step on campus. My family and I felt it immediately when we visited the school for the first time. The professors desire to know your name and build quality relationships with you, and the opportunities for connection, community and spiritual growth are tremendous.
Make sure to self-advocate in everything you do, especially when it comes to financial aid. The financial department is run in a disorganized manner, so it is important to advocate for what you need. It is also important to keep good track of your degree audit so you make sure you are taking all the necessary units you need.
William Jessup has a great campus community that is very positive and inclusive. The staff is generally very kind and the professors teach their subjects well.
The tuition can be a lot but they do offer some scholarships to help. There are certain extra requirements for graduation like a Biblical Studies minor, chapel attendance, and spiritual life credits that are not typical at other universities.