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Advent is the season that brings us the hope we need. Hope for a better future, hope for peace among men, and hope in heaven because of the hope we have in a Savior who is Christ the Lord.

Starting tomorrow, December 1st, please join us at jessup.edu/advent for a 24-day Advent devotional as told by our esteemed Faculty of Theology and Christian Leadership professors.
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The deadline to apply for free for Scholar's Event 2021 is right around the corner on December 1st! 😲✨

What exactly is Scholar's Event? It's one of Jessup admissions' annual events where you have the opportunity to apply and compete for William Jessup's most distinguished achievement awards, such as the William Jessup Scholar Award, which covers full tuition! 🤩

You won't want to miss out on this event, so check the link in our bio to learn how to apply!
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Who else ate too much and can’t move? ✋

On this lazy day, head over to our YouTube channel to see some highlights of the different programs we provide AND to see chapels from this past semester.

Link in bio 🙂
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Happy #WarriorWednesday!

Shout out to our Student Government leaders. Their determination to better campus is great to see and who better to do that than our very own students 🙂
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What is your dream job?

We have many different programs for all walks of life.

Here’s a list to name a few:
-ASL -Master of Business
-Aviation -Master of Arts in Teaching
-Psychology -Master of Science Kinesiology

📸: KWB Creative
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Q of the Week: Is it possible to balance work/ internships and school in college?

“Balancing work and school in college is very difficult, but learning how to manage your time can help so much! I am a pretty organized person, but sometimes I still struggle to manage my time. I use a planner app called MyHomework, which helps me keep track of all my homework assignments and tests so I don’t forget about them!

Also, having an open and honest relationship with your boss/supervisor is so important. I work for admissions here on campus, and my boss has been absolutely great at accommodating my busy schedule! Have grace for yourself and don’t be afraid to admit when you need to take a break or slow down. You are surrounded by an amazing community here that will have your back when you need it!”-Alexa Roberts, Senior, Kinesiology Major

Answer this Q down below 👇
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History of Jessup part 3 📜
Jessup received accreditation in 2002 as San Jose Christian College. The name was changed to William Jessup University in 2003, and the campus was moved to Rocklin, California, in 2004. Since arriving, the 130 acre campus has become host to over 20 degree majors and over 50 programs. Isn’t God amazing!
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Happy Friday! Enjoy your Thanksgiving break, Warriors 🙌🏻
"Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful."- Colossians 3:15
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Happy #WarriorWednesday!

Repost from @jessupathletics

Jessup made history, reopening the newly refurbished on-campus cross country course for the 6th annual Warrior Invitational. #weRhome #WeRWarriors

jessupathletics.com
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The Cafe: a place for fellowship, cured hunger pains, and chefs filled with laughs and jokes.

Current students, what is your most vivid memory inside the cafe?

📷 : KWB Creative
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Q of the Week: How has your relationship with God grown while being in a Christian Higher Education?

“I expected that going to a Christian college would make me a "Superchristian." I was sorely mistaken. In fact, during my time at Jessup I nearly gave up being a Christian at all. What I discovered is that Jessup is not perfect, just like the church everywhere. It is a broken system filled with people who need God's grace just as much as anyone else, and I entered as broken as the brokenest of them.

Realizing these two facts began a difficult process. My disappointment with the Christians around me quickly gave way to frustration over the Christian within and then to doubt about Christianity itself. I found that the more I learned about God and the Bible in my classes, the more and more I struggled with my faith. I could not find answers as fast as the questions mounted. What I did find, however, is faculty and friends who cared enough to listen and struggle along with me. This made all the difference. Over time, they helped me realize the truth of the Gospel: that we are all broken and living in exile from God's perfect world, but through Jesus we are slowly being restored. This restoration takes a long time however. At Jessup you will find a community of people in all different stages of the process, but also one that is committed to helping each other take one step further towards its completion.

With the help of my family at Jessup, God has taught me that no one is a Superchristian (except Jesus) and that He wants me to follow Him just the way I am, even if I don't know all the answers and haven't achieved Superchristian status yet.” -Nathan Boudon
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History of Jessup Part 2!

In January of 1939, Dr. Eugene Sanderson asked William L. Jessup to carry on the vision to start a Bible college in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. On September 20, 1939, classes at San Jose Bible College began with fourteen students. The curriculum focused on the study of the Bible and preparation for church vocations.

Look at how far we’ve come 🙂
(tune in next Saturday for part 3)
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Announcement, Announcement!

“We’re making our highly sought-after (kinesiology) programs much more accessible, and we’re creating a long-term career path for health and fitness professionals looking to advance their education.”

Our Kinesiology program is proud to announce an exciting new partnership with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). Through this partnership, students have the opportunity to obtain a certification in personal training that’s aligned with one of Jessup’s kinesiology courses, Exercise Leadership, and Personal Training. This course and certification integrate a curriculum preparing future fitness professionals for careers in the exercise, sports, and health industries.

They can receive this certification in addition to their chosen undergraduate degree.
jessup.edu/2020/10/training-future-fitness-professionals/
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On this #WarriorWednesday we honor those who have served our country. Thank you veterans for your determination and strength to keep us AND our country protected! ... See MoreSee Less

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Q of the week: How do you find peace + quiet in the midst of a community environment while living on campus?

“How do I find peace and quiet?

As a student working towards a Business Management degree and also involved with the music program, my life can often seem too busy. One of the best ways to find peace is to surround yourself with good people. At that point, peace doesn't have to be found in a study room or the library. Jessup is well known for having a strong sense of community (you will hear that a lot if you come here). But it is true.😊

Once in a while, I like to take a quick skateboard detour around campus just to feel the wind on my face and get a little sun. 🤘

Enjoy life. It’s too short to let too many things get the best of you. Find good people who you click with, and enjoy the time you have together. Once in a while it’s okay to lock yourself in your room to get ahead on some work. But college really only happens once. So enjoy it 😌”

- Tommy Dunham, Business Major, Junior
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History of Jessup!

Did you know William Jessup University began during the Great Depression of the 1930’s? Dr. Eugene Sanderson, who had already started three other colleges, saw the need for a Bible college in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. He purchased two large houses on adjacent lots at Fifth and San Carlos Streets in San Jose, across from the campus of San Jose Teachers College (now San Jose State University). Over the course of several years, he improved the property and built a chapel for the faculty and student body who were yet to come.
(tune in next saturday for part 2)
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Happy #WarriorWednesday!

About 2 weeks ago, Jessup Music put on their first socially distanced concert ever for students, staff, and faculty. "This concert was a wonderful opportunity for our students to engage the Jessup community with a worship experience during such a turbulent time!," says Tom Ruscica, chair of the Music Department.

Congrats Jessup Music for putting on a wonderful performance 🙂
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