Find Your Place

With an academically challenging environment and encouraging spiritual community, Judson shapes lives that will shape the world. We offer more than 60 academic programs including bachelors, master’s and doctoral degrees, with opportunities for all types of students. Our caring, Christian environment and high quality, innovative programs give you endless opportunities to learn, explore and grow.


Our helpful admissions teams are ready to answer your questions and assist with the application process. Choose the option that most closely describes you to connect with more information about applying to Judson.


First-time college student or transferring to Judson’s main campus? Learn about the admissions and aid process.


Interested in a master’s or doctorate program? Learn about the admissions and financial aid options for master’s students.


Interested in accelerated bachelor’s programs? Learn about the admissions process and financial aid options for adult students.


See if Judson is Right for You

Come to campus and see for yourself what’s so special about Judson.

We realize that it is harder than ever to travel, so get a closer look at the campus, facilities, and dorms with our virtual tour.


Making Judson Affordable for All

Over 99% of our students receive financial aid. Our dedicated financial aid team is ready to answer your questions and put together a customized financial aid package just for you.


Lead, Serve and Grow

There is a unique focus on leadership and service at Judson. Most of our students are involved in on-campus clubs, organizations or service groups. These groups offer plenty of opportunities to develop your leadership skills and outside of the classroom.

of undergraduate students attending Judson receive financial aid assistance
current students from 41 states and 29 countries
$9.8 million
total amount of institutional aid given for all students

Opportunities for All

Judson is one of the most innovative Christian universities that offers creative programs for students to earn college credit.