Jessup alumni are transforming the workplace, building their careers, strengthening relationships, and reaching the world for Christ. Kyle Smith is an alumnus who’s making waves in the insurance field. Kyle graduated in 2008 with a BA in Business Administration and
As our world becomes more interconnected, there is a greater need for transformational leaders in the digital arena. Jessup’s Digital Communication and Design program addresses this critical need by strategically combining a traditional communication studies degree and a digital design
Lizzy Whitling was no stranger to life in ministry. Her parents served in full-time ministry throughout her childhood and continue to serve in ministry today. She knew college was something she wanted to do but wasn’t sure how it would
Deciding to ask for help isn’t easy for anyone, but for Jessup alumna Leilua Linboe, asking for help wasn’t a choice, it was a necessity. Growing up in Washington, Leilua’s single-parent family lived on welfare. While her mom worked hard
Jessup’s School of Business Graduates First MAcc Class
Jessup’s School of Business recently graduated its first Master of Accountancy (MAcc) class from the newly launched MAcc program on the Rocklin campus. This one-year graduate degree program includes relevant courses in taxation, audit, and financial reporting. It also covers
Jessup’s Aviation Program Receives Generous Scholarship Gift
The Jessup Aviation program is excited to announce they recently received gifts totaling $25,000, which endow a scholarship fund for the aviation program. The George W. Towers, Jr. Memorial Endowment Fund for Aviation will provide scholarships for Jessup’s aviation students
Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Crime Scene Investigator?
Jessup’s Criminal Justice degree program is excited to announce they are developing a new Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) introductory course for students. The proposed course includes a forensic science overview, specifically focusing on the field aspect of crime scene investigations.
Miguel Cervantes’ “learning experiences” started well before he enrolled at Jessup. He served 18 years in the US Marines, working in special operations and counterintelligence and visiting more than 10 countries, including Iraq and Afghanistan. When his service was over,
As the eldest of six children in a single-parent household, Lanisha Grider was a natural leader. She worked hard in school, set a positive example, and helped her mother take care of her siblings. When Lanisha was a sophomore in
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