Uncommon: Anything But Ordinary
Jessup provides an uncommon experience by combining a highly relational community with a Christ-centered academic experience focused on how to think instead of what to think.
Actively Shaping the Future
What is it like to explore, solve, share, and defend tough social economical issues? Our Business and Public Policy seniors get to do just that with our Capstone projects and presentations.
Making an Impact Here and Afar
Recent Department of Education Graduate, Rachel, is serving our community as a teacher in a South Sacramento school. She found her passion for teaching while at Jessup and she now inspires young students to chase after and obtain their dreams.
Created to Tell a Story
Jessup Arts explores creativity through music, visual arts, and performing & theatre arts. Our music students have recorded at Skywalker Ranch. Our Theatre Arts students perform once a semester and have been called, “The best performance between Tahoe and San Francisco.”
Every February, the Faculty of Theology hosts its annual Spring Lecture Series, featuring some of the leading thinkers of our day. Dr. Cynthia Shafer-Elliott, Ph.D. founded the series in Spring 2013 to give students, faculty, and the wider Sacramento community the opportunity to listen,…
Jessup students in Professor Scott Alvord’s upper-division marketing classes learn how marketing aspects apply to everything from small businesses to major corporations. His 2018 and 2019 marketing classes had a number of opportunities to take these theoretical concepts and apply them in the real…
Every semester, Jessup’s MBA students participate in a hands-on business simulation called CAPSIM (capsim.com). Students work together in teams and compete against approximately 1500 other teams from top business schools across the nation including Stanford and Penn State. In this simulation, students become executive…