Located in Marion, Alabama, Judson College has been educating and empowering women for lives of purpose for 181 years. From our founding in 1838, we have been committed to the idea that college should be about more than getting a degree and the job you want after you graduate. It’s about becoming the person God calls you to be—not just in four years, but now.
From our beautiful, walkable campus to our small class sizes, we offer a college environment where every resource is committed to helping women succeed. More than 90% of Judson’s classes are fewer than 17 students, so you really get to know your professors and classmates–and they get to know you. This close-knit campus community embraces your unique combination of talents, passions, and ideas and teaches you to use them well. With rigorous academic programs in over 20 areas of study, your academic experience at Judson is an opportunity to dig into work that you’re passionate about, to uncover and develop your skills, and to be fully equipped for the life God calls you to live. You can learn even more about yourself and your calling through staff- and student-led Bible studies, weekly Chapel and Campus Ministries worship services, and service projects and mission trips.
Though the traditional on-campus Judson experience is offered just for women, we invite both men and women to take advantage of the same kind of fully-accredited, student-centered academic opportunities through our Distance Learning (DL) program. The DL program features multiple start dates per semester, so it’s a perfect program for dual enrollment with a homeschooling schedule! All classes in our DL program are taught by qualified, dedicated, and enthusiastic professors who are just as interested in mentoring you and helping you succeed as our on-campus faculty are.
By the time you leave Judson, you’ll have had opportunities to engage your mind, practice your faith, and make deep and lasting connections with your classmates, professors, and other members of the Judson community. By understanding how knowledge and faith can work together, you’ll be ready to be the best version of yourself–not just for you, but for God and the world.