William Jessup University offers undergraduate degrees that prepare students for a career or further study in graduate school. Our Quality Liberal Arts curriculum, founded on the integration of faith and academia, encourages students to think critically and problem solve for lifelong learning. Our classes are taught by distinguished faculty that continuously encourage and support our students in establishing and attaining their academic and career goals. A Christian education at Jessup inspires our students to become all that God envisions for them so they may one day become successful leaders in their homes, churches, and communities.

Undergrad Programs & Majors

Paul-Nystrom Library

One of the best theological libraries in the Sacramento area, the Paul Nystrom Library of William Jessup University houses hundreds of thousands of books, periodicals, journals, CDs, DVDs, audio and videotapes in our physical and electronic collections. We were one of the first academic libraries to migrate to the Evergreen open-source library catalog. Collection strengths include Biblical Studies, Counseling Psychology, and the Restoration Movement.

Whether you are looking for reference help, deciding which place to begin your research, or simply looking for a book or article recommendation, the library staff wants to help. No matter your need, the goal of the library staff is to shorten the length of time it takes you to find what you are looking for, while helping to foster a love for learning and information.


The Learning Commons

Learning Commons Overview

Located inside the Paul-Nystrom Library, the Learning Commons is a hub of collaborative services and centers committed to promoting effective learning, both within the classroom walls and beyond. It provides calm spaces for engaging interaction, including both peer and faculty tutoring. All students are welcomed and encouraged to explore the many personal and academic development opportunities found at the Learning Commons.

Writing Center

The mission of the Writing Center is to provide quality one-on-one writing tutorials and small group instruction to all university students. Trained peer tutors help students with all phases of the writing process from planning, organizing, and writing to revising a final project. Our tutors are equipped to assist students in writing for all course levels and disciplines.


The Academy Support Programs are created to partner with the academic support needs of first-year, continuing, and transfer students admitted to William Jessup University. All Academy programs listed below are linked to study skills services provided in the Learning Commons including math and writing centers and tutoring in selected academic subjects.

Success Center

The Success Center serves two separate groups of William Jessup University students. The first group consists of students with documented disabilities, and the second consists of students who need extra academic support or motivation. Regardless of which group you fall under the Success Center exists to help you achieve academic success.

Career & Life Planning

At William Jessup University, we want you to become exceptionally employable through purposeful experiences aimed at equipping you for your career and lifelong learning. The Office of Career & Life Planning exists to support those experiences through career counseling, occupational exploration, internship and job search preparation, career readiness and workshops.

Registration and Advising


In partnership with the campus community, the purpose of the Registrar’s Office of William Jessup University is to model leadership and service in the multi-faceted areas of academic records. These various areas shall include, but are not limited to, organization and housing of academic records, facilitation of transfer records, registration, coordination of advising efforts, and dissemination of records for current students, alumni, and administrative needs.