The Jessup campus is an impressive blend of modern architecture and state-of-the-art technology. The 125-acre property purchased in Rocklin included a striking, award-winning office and warehouse facility for the Herman Miller Corporation, initially designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry. Architect Russ Taylor’s renovation for the university won the Best Rebuild/ Renovation Award from the Sacramento Business Journal in March 2005 and has netted multiple “Gold Nugget” awards from the American Institute of Architecture for its breathtaking and inspiring design. The campus features bright colors, modern archetype and strong linear emphasis to foster learning, growth, creativity and community.
William Jessup’s Rocklin campus has five living spaces, a chapel, two classroom areas, a library, a cafe and cafeteria, a gymnasium open to students, and an athletic facility. In the last few years the enhancements to campus have included the new cafeteria, athletic facility, and classrooms in 2012 and the new dormitory in 2016- all used to enhance the learning environment, student experience and spiritual enrichment.