Simpson University's undergraduate program is designed especially for traditional daytime undergraduate and transfer students. We offer our students a wide range of majors and study abroad programs to choose from. We also have have 12 athletic teams that compete in the California Pacific Conference, the NAIA, and the NCCAA.
Simpson University's Betty M. Dean School of Nursing offers students a Bachelor of Science in Nursing preparing entry-level professional nurses to effectively serve the health needs of the individual, community, society, and world, integrating Christian caring into nursing practice.
Our Adult Studies, ASPIRE degree-completion program is designed for the working adult who has some previously earned college credits to complete a bachelor's degree in a concentrated, accelerated program of evening, Saturday, or online classes.
A.W. Tozer Theological Seminary is for people who long to know God personally and have resolved to learn better how to mine for the treasures of God's self-revelation. Our focus is to help develop students as they become graduates who go into the world as disciple-making witnesses of Christ.
Simpson University for Seniors is a series of month-long courses offered to people 50 or older. Classes are offered on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:20 – 11:20 a.m. on the Simpson University campus. The cost per course is $95 per person or $145 per married couple. Learn more here.
Simpson University is a Christ-centered learning community committed to developing each student in mind, faith and character for a lifetime of meaningful work and service in a constantly changing world. Read more about our mission, vision, and values.