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Experience a Christ-centered higher education from the convenience of your home. Our programs are designed with your needs in mind.
Why Choose Jessup?
In addition to regional accreditation, many of our online programs are accredited or otherwise recognized by specialized professional and accrediting agencies.Learn More About Jessup
By the Numbers
- 99% Percentage of undergraduates who receive financial aid
- 84% Students who graduate with job placement or enrollment into grad school
- 100% Job placement rate for teacher education programs
We offer the same high-quality, enriching educational experience you would receive in a face-to-face setting.
Our small, intimate courses ensure that you will have personal contact with your professor and meaningful interaction with your classmates.
Join a faith community that takes an integrated approach to your education and encourages you to think critically about how Christianity engages the world.
Jessup Online strives to provide its students with an affordable education.View Program Costs
It’s easy to transfer your credits and finish your undergraduate degree with Jessup.View Transfer Policy
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are a few of the questions other prospective students frequently ask us.See All Questions
No. In an online course, you’ll be part of a learning community that emphasizes learning through interaction and communicating with fellow students and the professor every week.
Everything is completed online, from enrollment to course registration to payment. Once you complete the application process, you’ll receive details on how everything works.
While there are expectations for attendance (at least four days per week) and deadlines for assignments, you can complete your coursework whenever and wherever is most convenient for you.
Our semesters last an intensive seven weeks. You should expect to spend up to 12 hours per week for one three-unit course. For two-unit courses, this works out to be about 9 hours each week. How much time you actually spend on your coursework depends on online proficiency, reading and writing speeds, etc.