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Attend Judson and Shape Your Life to Shape the World

Choosing an education with Judson is choosing an education that puts you first. Our small student-to-teacher ratio gives you individual attention from caring and experienced faculty that is hard to find at most universities. Our incredible facilities allow for abundant opportunities to conduct research, fulfill internships, and explore the many avenues of your desired path. At Judson you will be a part of an active campus community, creating friendships and experiences that will last for a lifetime.

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Undergraduate Admissions

Visiting Our Campus

Major Days

Major Days are special campus visit days scheduled throughout the year that draw groups of prospective students from across the country and abroad. They are similar to an individual campus visit, but also give you the chance to meet other prospective students and attend special events and meetings with faculty teaching within a cluster of majors. If you haven't decided on a major, Major Days may help you explore an industry you are considering and find interesting.

New dates for Fall 2021 are posted. More dates will be listed for Spring 2022.

Major Days

Campus Visits

Individual Campus Visits give you the opportunity to take a guided tour of our campus, attend an admissions informational meeting, and attend other events custom-tailored for you.

Campus Visits

Tuition and Aid

Judson Tuition & Fees and Financial Aid

Over 99% of our students receive financial aid.

  • Scholarships: Scholarships are available for academics, athletics, leadership, music, theater, art and honors.
  • Financial Aid Packages: Scholarships, Grants, Loans and Work Study could be a part of the financial aid package
  • Military Educational Benefits Accepted (Post-9/11 GI Bill, Tuition Assistance, etc.)
  • You Can Afford It Program for Pell Eligible Students

Judson Quick Facts

It's a Great Day to Be a Judson Eagle!

We invite you to check out the many facts and figures that make us proud to be Judson Eagles.

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Awards and Recognitions

We're Regional Best in Midwest

  • Regional Best Universities in the Midwest, U.S. News and World Report, Best Colleges Survey (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
  • Top Tier, Midwest Best Universities, U.S. News and World Report, Best Colleges Survey (2005-2016)
  • Christian College of Distinction (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
  • Military Friendly Schools in Illinois (2013-2017, 2019)
  • NAIA Champions of Character, Five-star Silver Institution (2018-19, 2019-20)
Christian College 2020-21
Military Friendly 2020
 Best Christian College
NAIA Champions of Character
COD Business 2019-20
COD Education 2019-20
Best Online Bachelors Human Services
Best Online Master of Ministry
Most Beautiful Colleges 2016
Most Mission Minded 2017
Worship Leader Logo 2016
Safest College Campuses 2017
Safest Schools Logo 2016

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Virtual Campus Tour

Paying for College

What is the value of a college education?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, figures from 2017 show that individuals with a bachelor's degree earn on average $463 more in median weekly wages than high school graduates with no college education1. Multiplied by fifty-two weeks, that's an average $24,336 more each year. Individuals with a bachelor's degree are also 46% less likely to be unemployed than high school graduates with no college education. A college education pays off considerably in the long term for many individuals in many careers.

1. Elka Torpey, "Education pays," Career Outlook, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, February 2019.

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