Education at William Jessup University offers students the opportunity to seek meaning, truth, and direction for their lives through a curriculum that is both historic and contemporary, rooted in a biblical foundation and vital for lasting success.
Classes will begin with on-campus instruction, as planned, beginning Monday, August 24 and continuing through November 20, before breaking for Thanksgiving. After Thanksgiving, classes will not meet on-campus, but will conclude with a week of remote instruction. Fall semester exams will be administered remotely. Remote instruction and exams after the Thanksgiving holiday will allow our students to remain at home with their families between the Fall and Spring semesters and avoid unnecessary travel that can contribute to the spread of COVID-19.
Faculty have designed courses to be offered on campus or to accommodate synchronous remote teaching and learning for all classes on the Rocklin and San Jose campuses. Students should expect some form of hybrid instruction (both face to face and remote) in the fall semester of 2020.