Communication with Students
Important information from various administrative offices is normally communicated to students via email. All current Judson University students are provided an email and MyJudson information account. All Students are responsible for checking their Judson email accounts regularly as well as check all academic and schedule information on their own MyJudson information page. The email accounts are maintained by the Information Technology department. The MyJudson Information System is maintained by the Registrar's Office.
The student must become familiar with the academic policies, curriculum requirements and associated deadlines as outlined in this catalog (posted on the university web site). The academic adviser will advise the student on all matters related to their program of study and will aid the student in the interpretation of policies whenever necessary. It is ultimately the student’s responsibility for meeting all stated requirements for the degree and the policies related thereof.
The following features are available within your MyJudson account:
- Your Biographical Information
- Your Student Schedule
- Your Grades
- Your Academic Record (Judson and Transfer Courses)
- Your Degree Audit
- Your Financial Aid
- The Judson University Course Catalog/Class Schedule Listings
- The ability to project your grade point average (GPA) based on estimated grades
- Student Forms
If you access the Judson web site from a public area, be sure to close the browser before you leave the computer.
All questions related to your student academic record should be directed to the Registrar's Office at 847-628-1155.
References and Endorsements for Students
On request, faculty may provide references for students and graduates to assist them in career development and placement. The Career Center or the Student Development Office may also provide helpful information. References provided by faculty are understood to be personal and should not imply formal institutional endorsement whether for graduate work, employment, or the undertaking of a mission or special ministry. Institutional endorsement is granted only when a student is engaged in an activity as an employee of University, or is under the auspices of a direct University program.