Responsibility for Campus Policies
WJU students participating in School of Professional Studies or Graduate programs are responsible for alignment with the community covenant and general campus policies, including the Campus Policies section of the student handbook, the University Campus Policies (including the Weapons Policy and the Network Technology Acceptable Use Policy), the vehicle code, and the Sexual Misconduct Policy. The standards of conduct, spiritual formation requirements, and housing policies are written specifically for traditional undergraduate students.
If concerns arise, students should refer to either the university grievance process or the conduct process for direction in how the university will proceed.
William Jessup University is proud to partner with Healing Grace, a non-profit counseling agency located here in Placer County. Healing Grace provides services for students seeking counseling at a discounted rate of $30 a session. Healing Grace has offices located in Rocklin and Roseville, with the former being in walking distance to the University. To schedule an appointment please call (916)471-6501 or visit their website at www.hgcounseling.org.
The Shack is your go to place for Starbuck’s coffee, salad, and snack. A relaxing place for you to finish your homework prior to class, or that extra cup of java during a class break. The Crossroads Café is located next to the gym, on the north side of campus. It offers meals that have that home-cooked flavor and meals that are lighter and healthier. You’ll find a salad / deli bar, house-made soups and of course delicious desserts for the sweet tooth. Hours for the Shack can be found here and the Crossroads Café can be found here.
SPS students are always welcome to attend Chapel, but are not required to.
Chapel is the heartbeat of community worship at William Jessup University. WJU chapels are held during the fall and spring semesters on Wednesday and Friday mornings from 9:30 – 10:20 a.m. and Monday evenings from 8-9 p.m., with a few exceptions including school breaks and major holidays.
Participation in a local faith community is vitally important for spiritual development. It is an expectation of the university that students will choose a local church and attend services regularly. There are many churches in the area who will welcome you. Both you and the church will be stronger because you are serving with them.
The WJU Prayer Chapel facility, a signature building on campus, provides a beautiful space set aside for prayer, reflection and renewal. Prayer Chapel Hours: Monday – Friday from 7:00am to 12pm.