Admissions Process

At Jessup, we want to make the admissions process for our online degree programs as simple as possible. While the various online programs have individual admissions requirements, our general requirements are simple: Submit official copies of your high school and undergraduate transcripts and your SAT or ACT scores. Even though we don’t require a minimum GPA or standardized test scores for undergraduate programs, we still consider them.

Steps to Starting Your Education with Jessup Online

  1. Talk to an enrollment counselor

    One of our friendly enrollment counselors can help you find the program that will help you meet your career goals.

  2. Apply online

    Ready to take the next step? Jessup’s online application will guide you through the process. Apply for any of the six start dates. Be sure to fill out all the required fields.

  3. Submit your transcripts and other official documents

    You’ll need to send Jessup some official documentation. For undergraduate degrees please include your high school transcript along with SAT or ACT scores if GPA is below 2.0. If you are transferring from another university or applying for a graduate degrees please provide your undergraduate transcript and any program-specific requirements.

    You can send your documents three different ways:

    By mail:

    William Jessup University, ATTN: Office of Admissions
    2121 University Avenue
    Rocklin, CA 95765

    By fax:

    (916) 577-2220

    By email:

    admissions@jessup.edu

  4. Get ready for the first day of classes

    Be sure to sign up for financial aid by completing the FAFSA form. Once you’ve been accepted, you can enroll in your courses.

Program-Specific Requirements

Depending on the program, you may be required to submit additional information, such as:

  • Letters of recommendation
  • Personal essay
  • University form
  • Resume

For specific information regarding admissions requirements, consult your selected online degree.

Transfer Students

If you have already completed some coursework at another college, you can easily transfer your credits. Those applying for an online undergraduate program can complete their bachelor’s degree in two years if they transfer 60 units and maintain a full workload. Per university policy, you can transfer up to 90 credit hours from another accredited institution for an undergraduate program.

Learn more about transferring your credits.

Military Students & Veterans

Students who are serving in the military or are veterans are welcomed to Jessup. We proudly participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program to provide eligible veterans with their tuition costs and most fees covered. We also offer the U.S. Army Women’s Foundational Legacy Scholarship, which provides up to $2,500 per year to those who qualify.

Learn more about how Jessup serves its military students and veterans.

What to Expect After Applying

After you receive your letter of admission, your enrollment counselor will help you prepare for your first day of classes. They will assist you with:

  1. Setting up your student account and email address.
  2. Navigating financial aid.
  3. Enrolling in your first course(s).
  4. Identifying which books and materials you will need to purchase.
  5. Joining Jessup’s social-media community: