Judson University is a private, Christ-centered institution established in Elgin and Rockford, Illinois. Undergraduate students are required to earn at least 25 chapel credits each semester, and contribute to their GPA on a pass/fail basis. Judson offers over 60 academic programs ranging from certificate to doctorate-level, which all utilize experiential and spiritual learning to help students reach their career goals. Disabled students have the opportunity to enroll in the college’s Road to Independent Living, Spiritual Formation,and Employment (RISE) program, which features a career-oriented curriculum, personal planning, dorm-style living, and internships related to the student’s skills and interests, resulting in a Certificate of Completion in Liberal Arts with a focus on their area of study.
This school has a very warm and welcoming atmosphere about it.
There are great faculty and staff that all are concerned and care about your well-being.
The administration and financial aspect of this school are a little lacking in communication skills and speed but they are continuing to work on this issue.
Chiyel from Juneau, WI
Judson is a small private school that I didn't expect I would ever consider. It is a very close knit community that cares for each other. You will make friends for life here and you will learn so much about yourself.