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Heald College holds graduation ceremonies at Jessup, Blood Source comes to campus to host blood drives, Kaiser Permanente holds large scale meetings on campus, K-LOVE radio hosts their annual Christmas party and Placer County Office of Education holds various conferences on site.

WJU works with a myriad of churches that hold numerous events from vacation bible school sessions to staff meetings on campus. Worldview Academy holds summer camps, Christian Research Institute provides camps focusing on government and politics in addition to Nike basketball camps and WJU hosted soccer and volleyball camps to name just a few.

“One of our goals is to provide an opportunity that is accessible for every student to interact with various cultures locally, nationally and across the globe.”

Te university also offers lecture series events open to the community and makes private dining room facilities open to the community for meetings, complete with flat screen televisions to deliver visual business presentations for many types of clients or customers.

From January to December 2014, between internal and external events, Jessup’s campus

hosted 50 partnership events and welcomed over 35,250 people to its Rocklin location.

To inquire about reserving Jessup’s private dining facilities, email or call 916-577-2214.

Missions When WJU relocated in 2004, students had far fewer missional opportunities than they have today. Currently the university sends eight global mission teams across the world each year.

“Global missions has become its own entity on campus,” said Becca Catlapp, Jessup’s associate director of campus ministries. “It is safe to say that at least 10 percent of our student population participates in some type of a global mission.”

All teams are now student led and overseen by staff and advisors. Jessup students travel to countries including Cambodia, Amsterdam, Haiti, Honduras, Germany or Switzerland, India, Romania and South Africa. Te university has an ongoing relationship with two mission organizations currently served including Agape International Missions in Cambodia and Shelter Hostel Ministries in Amsterdam. As mission outreach continues to grow, future teams are exploring the process to offer additional missions opportunities in regions including Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, China or perhaps East or West Africa.

“One of our goals is to provide an opportunity that is accessible for every student to interact with various cultures locally, nationally and across the globe,” Becca explained. Te university also offers trips to Portland as well as San Francisco to support homeless outreach programs in those specific regions.

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