Priority Dates & Deadlines

DEADLINES FALL SPRING
June 1st Application Open  Application Open
December 1st Early Action Deadline:

Completed Admissions File (includes online application, test scores (if applicable), transcripts and application fee).

What is Early Action?

Early Action gives you the opportunity to receive the following:

  1. Early Admission Decision – you will receive a decision within two weeks of successfully completing an admissions file.  A completed admissions file includes a submitted online application and applicable transcripts and test scores. 
  2. Early Financial Aid Package – with Jessup’s commitment to being an affordable, private Christian university, you can financially plan ahead and explore Jessup scholarship and grant opportunities, federal and state aid, and outside scholarships.
  3. Early Class Registration – you will be able to complete New Student Registration early.
  4. Priority Housing Requests – you will be able to apply for housing and put in your requests for your preferred residence hall and roommate.
University  Decision Date:

Completed Application File (includes, online app, test scores (if applicable) and transcripts.

 

Tuition Payment DUE

Can be paid at:

https://secure-q.net/Donations/Jessup/13376

 

Apply for a deferred payment plan at:

jessup.edu/deferredpayment

January 13th First Day of Semester
May 1st Priority Enrollment Date:

Submit your enrollment deposit to receive priority registration and housing!  Housing/Commuter application opens to request housing and roommates.

June 1st University Decision Date:

 

Make it official – Enrollment Deposit Due! Housing/Commuter application due as well.

 August 31st First Day of Semester

Application Procedures

Start Your Application

Begin your application at jessup.edu/undergrad/apply/

Submit a Completed Application

  • Fill out all required fields
  • Personal statement is optional

Submit Documents

  • Send your official documents to Jessup
    • High School TranscriptAn official copy can be mailed to us directly, send electronically, or emailed from your counselor/registrar to Admissions as an attachment.
    • SAT and/or ACT ScoresRequest ACT scores at act.org Request SAT scores at collegeboard.org
    • College Transcript(s) (Transfers only) – An official copy can be mailed to us directly, send electronically, or emailed from your counselor/registrar to me as an attachment.
  • Have official documents sent to:
    • William Jessup University ATTN: Office of Admissions
    • 2121 University Ave. Rocklin, CA 95765
    • (916)-577-2220 (FAX)
    • admissions@jessup.edu
  • If you have unofficial transcripts or test scores, contact your admissions counselor on how to proceed.

Once the above steps are done, your file is considered complete. A preliminary file evaluation will take place by one of our admission counselors. If necessary, we will contact you for more information to gain further perspective. Otherwise, your file will go to the Director of Admission for decision.