Please read the attachment from JUC regarding the visa process. This affects all students.
Jerusalem University College (JUC), also known as the American Institute of Holy Land Studies, is an extension campus for Gordon students in Jerusalem, Israel. As a student, you’ll participate in serious academic study in a variety of areas--biblical backgrounds and historical geography, Middle Eastern cultures and languages, the religions of the Middle East, and more.
JUC offers coursework applicable to a variety of majors (like Biblical Studies and History). To gain eligibility you must:
The program allows you to study the Christian Scriptures where the events occurred as well as study Middle Eastern:
Global Understanding core credit can be fulfilled by this semester program when students participate in COR210 pre-departure and COR211 upon re-entry. Lab fees apply.
Given a current issue with the Federal Government, it is critical that students interested in JUC consult with Mr. Dan O'Connell in Gordon's Student Financial Services. The regular cost of a 16-credit semester at Gordon covers:
APPLICATION PROCEDURE & DEADLINES
Students wishing to study abroad must first submit an online seat application and have an interview with the Global Education Office.
Online seat applications must be submitted and interviews completed by March 15. You will be notified within 5 days of the deadline regarding the decision on your seat application.
After you've been approved by the Global Education Office, proceed directly with your program's application process. JUC's deadline for application (which includes the visa application to Israel) for the fall semester is JUNE 1.
Online seat applications must be submitted and interviews completed by September 30. You will be notified within 5 days of the deadline regarding the decision on your seat application.
After you've been approved by the Global Education Office, proceed directly with your program's application process. JJUC's deadline for application (which includes the visa application to Israel) for the spring semester is DECEMBER 1.
Please read this important notice from JUC about the visa process--which is now part of the application process to JUC.
This application requests information that will be used to evaluate your eligibility for an off-campus program. The College reserves the right to grant seats to applicants based on proven academic performance, moral maturity and personal motivation.
Please fill out the application form below with your information. Your responses to these questions will be used in evaluating your applications for a seat in an off-campus program. We encourage you to take your time and write considered responses to the personal statement questions.