The Benjamin P. Browne Library contains a wide range of books, periodicals, online databases, and other academic resources for students. The library, located within the Harm A. Weber Academic Center, also serves as an excellent study space with computers, natural lighting, and wide tables for spreading out your work.
The Judson University Bookstore is your place for official Judson University textbooks, gear and supplies. Buy, rent, or sell used and new textbooks, find official Judson University gear, and purchase software and gifts - online or in the bookstore located in the lower commons by the cafeteria. Click here to pull up your Judson course list and purchase the books you need in one easy spot!
The Health Center, under the direction of a registered nurse, treats minor injuries and illnesses. A local physician has a regular visitation schedule on campus and other referrals are made with our local hospitals. Parents or guardians are notified in cases of serious injury or illness.
The Counseling Center staff provides a variety of services to help students understand their problems and themselves, achieve satisfying relationships, improve their academic performance, and make effective and satisfying career and life choices. In addition to crisis intervention, individual, and group therapy, consultations are offered on a variety of topics. For more information contact the center directly at 847.628.5052.
University Academic and Career Center (UACC)
Judson seeks to support and challenge students at all levels of the academic spectrum. Primarily, these services are provided through the UACC. The UACC provides the Judson community with a comprehensive program of academic assistance that supports the educational mission of the University. The UACC is located in the Lindner Tower on the second floor. Staff offices within the UACC include Dr. Rolanda Burris, Director of Academic and Accessibility Services, Doris Haugen, Career Development Director and Jaimee Bartha, Director of Retention and Orientation.
The Career Center offers career planning including individual career counseling, workshops, career network, and credential service. Job listings for students needing work are all posted here. For more information contact Doris Haugen at 847-628-1510.
Judson University Campus Safety officers patrol the Elgin campus 24 hours, 7 days a week and are present at the Rockford Campus during classes. Students may call at any time for immediate assistance at (847) 622-9999 or extension 9999 from an on-campus phone. Students are encouraged to call Campus Safety for an escort after dark or at any time of the day if they need extra assistance.
Creative Dining Services, our food service provider, has two registered dieticians that supply Judson University with nutritionally balanced menus. Students may make advance arrangements to pick up sack lunches when they are unable to go to the cafeteria for a meal due to work, class schedules, or athletic practice.
We are here to serve the Judson Community with technology and phone services. If you need help with a technology issue please use our Help Desk. If you need immediate assistance please call extension 4357.
Financial Aid includes institutional aid, federal loans, federal grants, state grants and private aid. The Financial Aid Office can provide additional information that will help answer specific questions. The office is typically open from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on weekdays and is located on the second floor of the University Center.
Payments for tuition and fees are due two weeks before the first day of classes for each semester. The Director of Student Accounts is available to assist students in implementing payment and budget plans.