Historically Black College/University?
Common States of Residence
- Foreign countries
Student Age Breakdown
Under 18: 3%
African American: 0%
Asian American: 6%
Native American: 0%
Due to the Christian foundation of William Jessup, most students find the issue of gay pride to be an undiscussed matter. Students neither support nor condemn the sexual orientation, nor any other alternative lifestyles on campus grounds.
Most of the public policy majors tend to lean toward the Republican side, though all parties are represented in some way. There is also a Republican party club where students can talk about political issues and voice their opinions.
Around 95 percent of students benefit from scholarships, so much so, that WJU has a Tuition Free Day in order to thank the churches, partners, and sponsors for their financial contribution to the school's scholarship fund.
Most Common Religions
While most students that attend Jessup do so because of their Christian background, there are some atheists on campus, but for the most part, this causes very little issue. Jessup, as far as religious acceptance, is pretty accommodating, as students are more likely to accept each other for who they are than they would be to judge them.
Minority Clubs on Campus
Color Us Redeemed
Did You Know?
Each fall semester, students participate in a kind of cultural diversity day to celebrate the differences among students on campus.