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MAKE MORE THAN A LIVING

BUILD LIFE There’s a reason people use the phrase “building a life.” Because like building anything, it’s a process. It takes hard work. But here’s the thing about hard work: anyone can do it. It doesn’t matter where you’re from or where you’ve been, if you are willing to put in the effort for what you want, there’s only one direction you’re going: forward. At Johnson & Wales University, we want you to imagine everything your future can be. And then we’ll help you work toward it—because when you work, so does your education. With campuses in Providence, North Miami, Denver, and Charlotte, each with distinct offerings, your options are as open as your potential. As one of the first colleges founded by two women, Gertrude I. Johnson and Mary T. Wales,

a progressive approach to learning is at our core. Since 1914, our goal has been for students to make the most of their time at college—to bring out their potential and turn it into a career. What began as a business school has since become known not only for culinary and hospitality expertise, but for cultivating a supportive environment where students and faculty work together to bring out the best in each other. We continue to evolve as we apply our passion and knowledge to everything we teach, from engineering to marketing. Through education that instills a love of learning to industry connections that put that love into practice, we work by your side to turn your passion into a life.

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TO LEARN,

J W U WA S A M O N G T H E F I R S T UNIVERSITIES TO BUILD A CURRICULUM AROUND HANDS-ON LEARNING.

Known as “experiential education,” it’s the pinnacle of the JWU experience. From the first day, you will be immersed in a professionally focused curriculum specifically targeted to the field of your choice. Paired with a strong, diverse liberal arts balance, the JWU experiential education will ultimately prepare you to be a leader in a wide range of professional fields. 2

Want to work in finance? Start investing. Want to cook an unforgettable meal? Get in the kitchen. From taking part in advertising competitions to snagging an internship, how you learn depends on what you want to learn and who you want to learn it with. You’ll have opportunities to collaborate with fellow students, work with world-renowned companies, or even assist professors with their work. There’s an entire community behind you to help develop your skills and make the most of your potential.

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ACADEMICS

C R E AT E A L I F E YO U ’ L L LOV E Some students know what they want to study from day one. Some students know what they’re interested in, but don’t have an exact major pinned down. And some students have no idea what they want to study. Guess what? That’s ok. It doesn’t matter into which of these categories you fall, we’re going to work hard to make sure you’re on a path to an enriching career— even if that path isn’t a straight line. Unlike at most other colleges, we give you access to major-specific classes starting your first year. We want you to dive right into what you love—and spend all four

years pursuing experiences in your field to build your résumé. You’ll get to access state-of-the-art makerspaces, e-centers, laboratories, formal dining rooms, and advanced culinary stations. With four campuses worth of classes, collaborations, majors, and programs, you’re sure to f ind something that ignites your passion, and you might even have the opportunity to travel to another campus to enrich your studies.

PITCH PERFECT JWU has the most awarded collegiate advertising program in New England, having advanced to National Student Advertising Competition nationals six times in seven years. The American Advertising Federation’s NSAC is renowned among college advertising students. Most of them have probably even competed in it. But how many students can say they won it? In 2017, JWU’s 31-member team gained those bragging rights. The team developed a strategy and advertising campaign pitch for Tai Pei frozen food that impressed judges from across the country and actual Tai Pei executives. Not only did the team win the $3,500 grand prize, they gained the kind of experience that goes far with future employers.

GETTING AHEAD BEHIND THE SCENES JWU students plan fun events that build real, authentic connections with faculty members. Do you dream of being behind the scenes at major sports and entertainment events? How about running those events? For students in our Sports, Entertainment, and Event — Management program (SEEM), that dream becomes a reality as they work with faculty to plan and execute the SEEM Leadership Conference. As one of the many experiential-based learning opportunities available to students, the goal of the conference is to connect today’s industry leaders with the leaders of tomorrow. But there’s a bonus, too: the invaluable student experience gained by pulling off a memorable large-scale conference. 3


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At JWU, we have some of the most passionate, dedicated leaders in academia, with years of professional experience to back up their lessons. They are committed to working with you one-on-one to help you develop your

skills, and use their experience not only to teach the way the industry actually works, but to develop innovative programs that directly reflect 21st-century needs.

F O O D - C O N S C I O U S C U LT U R E These days, sustainability has become a buzzword. But for chef instructors at the College of Food Innovation & Technology, it’s baked into every aspect of how they teach food preparation, from growing to disposal. They’re not only training a generation of food-conscious professionals, they’re helping to solve global issues of hunger and reducing food waste. It begins well before the dish is prepared. Says Chef TJ Delle Donne ’04, ’07 M.A.T., C.E.C., assistant dean of culinary relations, “We teach students to think about what they’re doing, to be aware of their ingredient choices.” That means developing relationships with local growers, or even teaching students how to grow food themselves at the Edible Gardens in North Miami, the COOP in Charlotte, and DiPasquale Teaching Garden in Denver. “Chefs have the power to make the change,” says instructor Rollie Wesen. “At the end of the day, it’s important to be proud of what you’re serving—not only in taste but also in sustainability.”

MAKING A SCENE James Desmarais, associate professor in criminal justice, knows how to create a crime scene. In fact, he does it all the time for his criminalistics courses, exposing students to scenes that look like they were pulled from the first five minutes of a CSI episode. But for his students, CSI is more than a television show, it’s a calling, one they get to explore by working mock crime scenes and studying evidence in JWU’s state-of-the-art crime lab. A retired Providence police detective, Captain Desmarais advocated for this lab to give students the experience of investigating crime scenes. As a criminal justice major, you’ll not only examine these mock scenarios, but collect, identify, and process evidence. Meaning you’ll be prepared to hit the ground running—or perhaps analyzing—from day one.

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her lifelong passion for baking and pastry arts went beyond simply learning to bake— it was the ultimate combination of rightand left-brain skills. The craft of baking is methodical and scientific, but the flavors and plating are creative. When looking at colleges, Josie needed a place that brought more than just technical training to the table, but an immersive experience weaving together all aspects of the culinary industry. JWU was the only school that checked every box. “I knew I needed the job-specific technical skills: the scaling, the mixing, the decorating. Johnson & Wales also offered a way to develop the industry connections I needed with the experienced faculty and the internship opportunities, and the ability to learn the business aspect of the food service industry,” Josie says.

advantage of experiential opportunities like SkillsUSA, a career and technical student organization. And her internship at Walt Disney World offered valuable culinary experience. Josie wants to take everything she’s learned and someday become a baking and pastry instructor, but for now she has several jobs waiting for her thanks to the connections and skills developed at JWU. As one of the 2018 commencement speakers, Josie equated JWU with a strong work ethic, no matter what you study: “I am proud to stand with you as a Wildcat because I know we are ready to get to work. Let’s roll up our sleeves and never stop growing.”

Not only did she graduate in just three years, but along the way she took

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Food is linked to almost every aspect of life, from keeping us healthy to defining cultural traditions. But the world is changing, and so is the function of food in society. JWU has always been a global leader in culinary education—now we’re taking our role a step further with the new College of Food Innovation & Technology. CFIT is a landmark interdisciplinary approach to education, meaning we work across areas of expertise to come up with creative methods of problem-solving. At CFIT, we explore culinary systems within the contexts of political, social, and economic landscapes, analyzing the impact that food has on us all. With this knowledge, we can develop solutions, practices, and food innovations that make a difference in everyday lives.

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How accessible is modern packaging to those with disabilities? Do sustainability efforts affect how products sell in grocery stores? Can food have medicinal purposes when it comes to things like sports nutrition? Questions like these provide just a few of the jumping-off points for collaborations and partnerships with industry leaders, researchers, entrepreneurs, NGOs, and even hospitals, as we come together to explore and define everything that food is and can be. As a JWU student, you’ll be right in the center of it all, preparing to become a global culinary leader in the kitchen and in culinary innovation that shapes industries and communities.

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STUDY ABROAD

WORLD - CL ASS OPPORTUNITIES N O M AT T E R W H AT Y O U C H O O S E T O S T U D Y, Y O U H A V E T H E A B I L I T Y T O TA K E I T T O T H E N E X T L E V E L .

Sometimes that level is halfway around the globe, and all you need to do is get there. With programs in locations from Athens to Zanzibar in areas like community engagement and software engineering, the JWU global experience means you’re sure to find something that makes you dig a little deeper, think a little broader, and venture a little outside of your comfort zone. Beyond that, you’ll gain skills that employers value, like flexibility and intercultural competence, and make professional connections that could last a lifetime. Below you’ll find a few of the many programs offered through JWU.

N E PA L S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y, C O M M U N I T Y ENGAGEMENT & LE ADERSHIP

Based in a community center that supports a healthy and sustainable Nepal, this two-week trip brings together business, entrepreneurship, culinary, and more to undergo projects like working with a biodynamic farm, developing alternative energies programs, and leading workshops that teach valuable skills to the local community. You’ll have the opportunity to not only change your perspective—but to create real change.

H OS PITA LIT Y FA M TO U RS The pinnacle of our Tourism & Hospitality Management Program is the FAM (familiarization) Tour, a class project where you and a team will research and plan a tour either in the US or abroad. You’ll gain practical multicultural skills while experiencing the adventure of a lifetime in places like Morocco, Ecuador, and beyond.

MOROCCO Imagine riding camelback through the Sahara, hiking through Todra Gorge and learning to cook tagine, all while gaining skills necessary for your chosen field. Students on a recent FAM trip to Morocco learned about culture and history— while making a little of their own.

E C UA D O R Ecotourism is more than just a buzzword. With Ecuador’s rich history and biodiversity, ecotourism provides a way of life for the people who live there. JWU students on a FAM trip experienced living and working like an Ecuadorian local, as well as an education like none other.

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IN T E G R AT E D PR O D U C T D E S I G N

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FOOD & BEVERAGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP

ROBOTICS ENGINEERING

BIOLOGY

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P U B L I C H E A LT H C O L L E G E O F C U L I N A RY A R T S BAKING & PA S TRY ART S

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POLITICAL SCIENCE

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PSYCHOLOGY SOCIOLOGY NEW

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ACCOUNTING ADVERTISING & MARKETING C O M M U N I C AT I O N S B U S INE S S A D M IN I S T R AT I O N BUSINESS STUDIES ENTREPRENEURSHIP FA S H I O N M E R C H A N D I S I N G & R E TA I L I N G

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M A N AG E M E N T A DV E N T U R E , S P O R T A N D S U S TA I N A B L E TOURISM MANAGEMENT NEW BAKING & PA S TRY ART S AND FOOD & BEVERAGE INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT CULINARY ARTS AND FOOD & BEVERAGE INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT

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BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING NEW COMPUTER SCIENCE C Y B E R T HR E AT IN T E L L I G E N C E & DEFENSE D I G I TA L M A R K E T I N G & S O C I A L M E D I A N E W ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

H O S P I TA L I T Y M A N AG E M E N T N E W HOTEL & RESORT MANAGEMENT SPORT MANAGEMENT NEW S P O R T S , E N T E R TA I N M E N T, E V E N T — MANAGEMENT T O U R I S M & H O S P I TA L I T Y M A N AG E M E N T

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CRUISE MANAGEMENT NEW CULINARY ARTS AND FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT GOLF MANAGEMENT NEW H O S P I TA L I T Y M A N AG E M E N T N E W HOTEL & RESORT MANAGEMENT R E S TAU R A N T, F O O D & B E V E R AG E MANAGEMENT

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BAKING & PA S TRY ART S

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FA S H I O N M E R C H A N D I S I N G & R E TA I L I N G

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FOOD & BEVERAGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP MARKETING

A C C E L E R AT E D MASTER’S PROGRAM

EVENT MANAGEMENT NEW

You might be the kind of student who not only knows what you want to study, but already has plans to pursue a higher degree. Our Accelerated Master’s Programs allow you to do just that in only five years—and your undergraduate courses will count toward your graduate degree.

Some students even take graduate-level courses during their time as an undergraduate. Accelerated Master’s programs include accounting, information technology, finance, hospitality, and more.

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LIFE’S WO R R U K O IS

YOURS AT J W U , O P P O R T U N I T Y BECOMES BOTH A JOB AND A PA S S I O N F O R W H AT YO U D O ;

one of many building blocks for a life you’re proud of. From professors, to JWU staff members, to your fellow students, you’ll have an entire community on your side working to help you get where you need to be. For Kristin Coia ’94, her time at JWU set her up to make the move from hospitality management to entrepreneurship, as she went on to start her own fashion line. She’s just one of many alumni aided by a careerfocused education that goes beyond simply building a resume. That’s why our career services department is more than just another office in an administration building; it’s one of the

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cornerstones of a JWU education. It’s staffed by professionals who truly get to know each and every student—in fact, other colleges consult with us to learn best practices in delivering career services, from internships to employment. We encourage students to engage with Experiential Education & Career Services from day one. As we get to know you, we’ll discover your strengths and interests, and become better able to connect you to companies and experiences you’ll love. And our career management courses will prepare you to be interview-ready for our many on-campus recruiting events.


INTERNSHIPS

VICTOR DELGADO ’19 I N T E R N AT H O P K I N S S O U T H D O W N FA R M S

D O N ’ T J U S T TA K E C R E D I T

E A R N I T. Internships are a core part of our academic programs. We don’t just treat them as an elective, or a way to spend the summer between your junior and senior years. They are just as important as any class, with full academic credit and the opportunity to learn valuable lessons, the kind you can only get through firsthand experience. But more importantly, they are a way to launch your career. Last year, 73% of JWU students received job offers at the end of their paid internships.

they actually created a position—R&D Technologist— for me. I finished my degree at JWU ... and started at Dunkin’ the very next day.”

More than 2,898 JWU students interned at nearly 1,654 companies worldwide. Here’s what a few of them had to say:

“I could not think of a better way to learn about food than where it all starts. Once I began working on the farm, I became even more conscious about food waste. Working with animals and vegetables before they reach the food production stage makes you value your product so much more.”

Kelly Gilpin, JWU grad who is developing a gluten-free donut for Dunkin’ Brand “Internships are so different at JWU. You’re a contributing member of the team...

Marquis Cooper, revenue agent intern with the IRS “I had the opportunity to assist IRS agents with conducting interviews with taxpayers, CPAs, and representatives, to inquire about earnings, deductions, and other items being audited on returns.” Victor Delgado, intern at Hopkins Southdown Farms

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JWU students have a reputation among potential employers for being professional directly out of college. But it’s not just because of the classes they take and hands-on work here on campus. It’s because our goal is to instill the kind of work ethic that makes students proud of what they do. It makes them love their chosen industries. And, in turn, it makes the industries love us back.

“J W U R E A L LY C R E AT E S A W O R K F O R C E T H AT K N O W S H O W T O W O R K , I S PA S S I O N AT E A B O U T I T, A N D R E A L LY D E V E L O P S T H O S E PA S S I O N S W I T H I N I N D I V I D UA L S T O GO INTO THE RE AL WORLD AND MAKE A CONTRIBUTION R E L AT I V E LY Q U I C K LY.” LESLIE FERRIER ’90, MOMOFUKU HR

It helps that we have fostered relationships with some of the biggest companies around. That means they’ll be a constant presence at career fairs, regularly hire JWU interns, provide guest speakers, host industry panels, and more.

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As one of ten brothers and sisters, Karoom Brown ’00 had to put in what felt like ten times the effort to become the first in his family to graduate from college. He always had a passion to excel and exceed, and when he brought that passion to Johnson & Wales, he began a journey that would lead to him handling billion-dollar contracts. But the road wasn’t always smooth. He had to hold down a full-time job with Lucent Technologies, Inc., while attending school as an undergraduate, which caused his grades to suffer. “In order for me to be able to work full time at Lucent and finish my degree on time, the professors and the school offered extra tutoring and flexible classes,” says Karoom. “But part of my success came from graduating with experience and a degree.” Eventually he turned his grades around, and

pursued his Master of Science in Information Systems Management from New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering, where he graduated valedictorian. Karoom has since worked his way to the top of his field, as the Senior Vice President of Strategy and Business Development of Leidos Health. And he attributes much of his success to the practical skills gained and support given during his time at JWU. Now he aims to apply his work ethic to helping others, and volunteers with the Paralyzed Veterans of America, The Wounded Warrior Project, and Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health. Meaning the work that he started at JWU will affect the lives of many that come after him.

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OUT OF CLASS AND

WE CONSIDER SOCIALIZING OUTSIDE OF CLASS T O B E A N I N C R E D I B LY I M P O R T A N T P A R T O F Y O U R C O L L E G E E D U C AT I O N .

Your classmates will become your support system, and perhaps even someday your coworkers, and having a strong network here can help when you graduate out into the world with things like teamwork, collaboration, and leadership skills. All of this adds up to the kind of community bonds you won’t find at just any college. We know, sounds like work. Luckily, it’s the kind of work that’s actually really fun.

you feel free and even emboldened to try new things, to join clubs you never thought you’d join, or even to start a new one. To get even better at the sport you love or try your hand (or feet) on a field or court you never thought you’d try. To wander a few blocks off-campus and into a restaurant featuring cuisine from halfway around the world. And to make the kind of friends you’ll have for a lifetime.

No matter which campus you’re on, when you’re part of this strong JWU community,

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EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

AMONG OUR FOUR CAMPUSES, JWU HAS 1 5 0 + S T U D E N T- R U N C L U B S A N D O R G A N I Z A T I O N S .

Plus we bring live local and nationally touring bands, comedians, variety entertainers, and speakers for campus events and traditions. Meaning that our students can do and be anything—except bored. Here are just a few of the many clubs and organizations you’ll find on each campus:

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ADVERTISING CLUB

AMERICAN CULINARY FE D E R AT I O N

CAMPUS ACTIVITIES BOARD

AMERICAN MARKETING A S S O C I AT I O N

BAKING & PA S TRY CLUB

C A M P U S C U LT U R E S

ASIAN STUDENT O R G A N I Z AT I O N

CLUB MANAGERS A S S O C I AT I O N O F AMERICA

C AT WA L K (FA S HION CLUB)

BLACK STUDENT ALLIANCE CHRISTIAN STUDENT FELLOWSHIP ESPORTS CLUB

C O L L E G I AT E D E C A C O L L E G I AT E D E C A

FR AT E R N I T Y A N D SORORITY LIFE H O S P I TA L I T Y LEADERSHIP A S S O C I AT I O N JBREW

JWU VOCAL ENSEMBLE N AT I O N A L S T U D E N T O R G A N I Z AT I O N S

FR AT E R N I T Y A N D SORORITY LIFE

INFINIT Y DANCE CREW CRIMINAL JUSTICE A S S O C I AT I O N FASHION & BUSINESS CLUB FR AT E R N I T Y A N D SORORITY LIFE

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BAKING & PA S TRY CLUB

N AT I O N A L S O C IE T Y OF MINORITIES IN H O S P I TA L I T Y STUDENT GOVERNMENT A S S O C I AT I O N

MAGES GUILD (G A MING CLUB)

N AT I O N A L S O C IE T Y OF MINORITIES IN H O S P I TA L I T Y

MIXED MARTIAL ARTS

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NUTRITION SOCIETY

SPORTS MARKETING CLUB

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PRIDE JWU

JWU BRIDGE The BRIDGE (Building Relationships, Intercultural Dialogue & Global Engagement) does exactly what the name suggests—brings together students with diverse backgrounds. Though the physical center is located on the Providence campus, its spirit extends across all our locations, with events and opportunities at all four campuses. Through educational programs, cultural events, and social activities, students—especially international students—are given opportunities to engage with one another to promote cross-cultural awareness and the free exchange of ideas. In other words, you’ll meet new people, and likely even make some new friends.

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EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

THE GOAL OF VEX R OB O T IC S I S R E L AT I V E LY S T R A I G H T F O R WA R D : B U I L D A ROBOT TO COMPETE A G A I N S T A N O T H E R R O B O T.

But the planning, engineering, and strategy behind the goal is decidedly more complicated. Which is exactly why a group of JWU Engineering students were up to the challenge. When robotics engineering major Manuel Rosado ’19 first thought of starting a Vex Robotics team at JWU, he never dreamed he’d be competing in the World Championship before senior year. “I came to JWU knowing that there was a Robotics Engineering major here, and now I’m building this robotics club and going to competitions to show the outside world that JWU has a great engineering department,” says Rosado. It was only three months prior to the championship that the team took part in their first robotics competition. They continued to place better and better at each competition until they were invited to compete against teams from around the world. Robotics has the potential to be incredibly important in guiding the economic, social, and environmental future, and JWU students are ready to help lead the charge. Says club advisor and instructor Vidyasagar Sivalingam: “Engineering is nothing if you don’t apply it to the real world, and they’re making a mark in the engineering world.” 1 7


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In other words, the Wildcat Way is about bringing the JWU work ethic to everything you do; from scoring a goal to crafting an exquisite meal. This spirit connects us all, no matter where or what you study, or how you engage with athletics. And whether you want to give it your all on a team, stay active in the gym, or raise your voice in the stands, athletics at JWU has something for you. At JWU, we like to keep moving, keep working, keep striving—in the classroom, in the world, and on the athletic field. Our NCAA Division III, USCAA, AND NAIA students rank among All-Region and

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All-American athletes, winning both as athletes and human beings. As a varsity athlete, you’ll have the opportunity to succeed in (or on) any field. Each campus offers its own distinct set of varsity teams, intramural teams, and club sports; plus state-of-the-art facilities for that quick pre-class workout. Step on a bike for a spin class in Providence, get in the game at North Miami’s Arch Creek Field, try your luck on Denver’s sand volleyball court, or wind down with a yoga class in Charlotte’s Wildcat Center.

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AT H L E T I C S

VA R S I T Y T E A M S • BASEBALL (M) • BASKETBALL (M/W) • CHEERLEADING (COED)

• IHSA EQUESTRIAN (COED) • LACROSSE (M/W) • ROWING (W)

• CROSS COUNTRY (M/W)

• SOCCER (M/W)

• FIELD HOCKEY (W)

• TENNIS (M/W)

• GOLF (M/W)

• TRACK (M/W)

• ICE HOCKEY (M/W)

• VOLLEYBALL (M/W)

• IDA EQUESTRIAN (COED)

• WRESTLING (M)

• SOFTBALL (W)

CLUB TEAMS • ESPORTS

• RUGBY (M/W)

• FOOTBALL Visit jwuathletics.com to explore our offerings by campus.

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JWU PROVIDENCE

PROVIDENCE , RI IS ONE OF THE MOST VIBRANT COLLEGE TOWNS IN THE W O R L D . T H AT ’ S B E C A U S E IT’S MORE THAN A TOWN— I T ’ S A C I T Y, O F F E R I N G A L L THE BENEFITS OF A LARGE URBAN AREA.


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MORE THAN 30,000 COLLEGE STUDENTS LIVE IN PROV IDE NCE , A ROUND 8 , 5 0 0 O F W H O M AT T E N D J W U .

It’s also home to artists, professionals, leaders, and innovators, making it a culturally diverse urban experience. The city has more restaurants per capita than any other city, many of which were founded and staffed by our graduates. They call Providence the “Creative Capital” for a reason: it has a thriving music, arts, and theater scene, and has

been ranked “America’s Favorite City” by Travel + Leisure. Providence is home to our original campus, founded in 1914, and is the largest of the university’s four campuses in size and enrollment. It’s actually composed of two separate campuses: Downcity and Harborside, both of which offer unique experiences that are still distinctly JWU. And don’t worry, shuttles run between the campuses, free of charge for students.

NEW PROGRAMS

JOHN HAZEN WHITE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES ECONOMICS INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES: D E S I G N YO U R O W N M A J O R SOCIOLOGY

COLLEGE OF C U L I N A RY A R T S S U S TA I N A B L E F O O D S Y S T E M S COLLEGE OF

JOHN J. BOWEN CENTER FOR SCIENCE A N D I N N O VAT I O N

CUISINART CENTER FOR CULINARY E XC E L L E N C E

Students need room to get a little creative. To get messy, to try new things, to work together to do more than just acquire new knowledge, but to learn how to approach problem solving. Downcity’s John J. Bowen Center for Science and Innovation is just that kind of place. Home to the College of Engineering & Design and the John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences’ biology program, the LEED-certified facility was constructed to be a collaborative space, with design studios, makerspaces, and shared learning spaces where students from all disciplines can come together to study, work, and share ideas.

One of the more recognizable buildings on our Harborside Campus is the 82,000 square foot LEED-certified Cuisinart Center for Culinary Excellence. With a globally recognized focus on sustainable food practices and food safety, the center is dedicated to the art and science of culinary and pastry, food’s connection to health, and sustainable nutrition. Students can immerse themselves in the cooking traditions of different cultures, and even use their talents to help nourish underserved communities. There are also spaces dedicated to the study of wine production, mixology, and microbrewing— essentially everything you need to graduate as an in-demand young food professional.

ENGINEERING & DESIGN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING D I G I TA L M A R K E T I N G & SOCIAL MEDIA

C O L L E G E O F H O S P I TA L I T Y M A N AG E M E N T A D V E N T U R E , S P O R T A N D S U S TA I N A B L E TOURISM MANAGEMENT EVENT MANAGEMENT H O S P I TA L I T Y M A N A G E M E N T SPORT MANAGEMENT

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JWU NORTH MIAMI

M I A M I —T H E C I T Y T H A T NEEDS NO INTRODUCTION. THOUGH THE NAME ITSELF M O S T L I K E LY C O N J U R E S IMAGES OF SAND AND S U R F, M I A M I I S A L S O T H E I N T E R N A T I O N A L G A T E W AY TO THE AMERICAS.


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OUR NORTH MIAMI CAMPUS IS L O C AT E D H A L F WAY B E T W E E N FO R T L AU D E R DA L E A N D DOWNTOWN MIAMI, AND JUST T WO MILE S FROM THE BE ACH .

This means you’ll enjoy a college experience unlike many others. You’ll get to explore a mix of shopping, arts, cuisine, and entertainment that reflects South Florida’s incredibly diverse population, and Miami’s reputation as an upscale tourist destination.

Our 29-acre North Miami campus is a close-knit community where approximately 1,500 students work, live, and play together, taking full advantage of the area’s sun, sand, and culture. The tropical landscape even has an edible garden, where culinary students can sample and utilize a wide variety of indigenous fruits and vegetables.

NEW PROGRAMS C O L L E G E O F H O S P I TA L I T Y M A N AG E M E N T CRUISE MANAGEMENT GOLF MANAGEMENT H O S P I TA L I T Y M A N A G E M E N T

A N I N T E R N AT I O N A L D E S T I N AT I O N Miami is known as an international tourist destination. But did you know that it’s also home to the largest concentration of international banks in the U.S., and referred to as the “Cruise Capital of the World?” That means access to internships and job opportunities unlike any other place in the country, whether you’re studying hospitality, business, or any of our 20+ majors.

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FIRST IN DIVERSIT Y University-wide, JWU is one of the most diverse institutions in the country. That’s especially so in North Miami, as The Wall Street Journal recently ranked the campus first in diversity among colleges in the south, and third nationwide. Our goal has always been to create an inclusive campus no matter your race, ethnicity, or socio-economic status, and our international student population continues to grow, currently representing 39 countries.

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JWU DENVER

F O R B E S R E C E N T LY INCLUDED DENVER IN ITS T O P 1 0 L I S T O F “A M E R I C A’ S C O O L E S T C I T I E S ,” A N D T H E BEST FOR MILLENNIALS, BUSINESSES, AND CAREERS. WE COULDN’ T AG RE E MORE . D E N V E R I S PA R T B I G C I T Y, PA R T O U T D O O R M E C C A , AND JWU’S HISTORIC 26A C R E C A M P U S I S P E R F E C T LY S I T U AT E D T O E X P L O R E B O T H .


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T H E C A M P U S I S O N LY A 10-MINUTE DRIVE FROM DOWNTOWN AND 25 -MINUTE DRIVE TO THE BASE OF THE ROCKIES.

With 300 days a year of sunshine, you can take advantage of nearby skiing, climbing, or hiking opportunities; or explore trendy boutiques and art galleries, head to a show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, or take in a game from one of Denver’s seven professional sports teams.

A designated historic landmark, the newly renovated Centennial Hall could easily be mistaken for a castle, though it’s actually home to classrooms, student activity spaces, and a large auditorium, among other things. Even though we’re located minutes from downtown Denver, the architecture and greenspace of the JWU campus make it seem worlds away.

NEW PROGRAMS

COLLEGE OF H O S P I TA L I T Y M A N AG E M E N T A D V E N T U R E , S P O R T A N D S U S TA I N A B L E TOURISM MANAGEMENT EVENT MANAGEMENT H O S P I TA L I T Y M A N A G E M E N T SPORT MANAGEMENT

COLLEGE OF C U L I N A RY A R T S S U S TA I N A B L E F O O D S Y S T E M S

GETTING IN THE GAMES Being surrounded by summer and winter recreation can have advantages beyond fun day trips. Our faculty are plugged into the hottest cold-weather events, like Chef Adam Sacks’ work preparing food for the athletes of the Winter Olympics, and Hospitality Associate Professor Sean Daly’s work with the Paralympics and X Games. And we regularly place students in positions at these events—you could be next.

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SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER (SBDC) Located on JWU Denver’s campus, the SBDC connects students and faculty to community clients, who come to the center for free advice and guidance on business plans, marketing, and more. The center allows students to not only get a head start on getting ahead, but engage with real business owners and learn more about what it takes to launch your own company. Though it’s primarily used by business and hospitality students, it’s open to all.

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JWU CHARLOTTE

CHARLOTTE , NORTH CAROLINA H A S NE V E R BE E N YOUR TYPICAL SLEEPY SOUTHERN T O W N . I N F A C T, I T ’ S O N E O F T H E F A S T E S T- G R O W I N G BUSINESS CENTERS IN THE C O U N T R Y, A N D A S A J W U S T U D E N T, YO U ’ L L S T U DY R I G H T IN THE MIDDLE OF IT ALL.


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OUR CAMPUS IS IN THE H E A R T O F T H E Q U E E N C I T Y,

walking distance to the BB&T Ballpark, Bank of America Stadium, 7th Street Public Market, Romare Bearden Park, the EPICENTRE Entertainment Complex, and more. Beyond the social opportunities like arts and shopping, Charlotte has been ranked among the best places for business, so it’s also one of the best places to launch your career.

The campus was established as a joint effort between the university, the city, and industry partners, meaning JWU Charlotte is incredibly plugged into downtown. There’s even a DoubleTree Hilton Hotel on campus where hospitality students can hone their craft, and a Student Innovation Lab, where business students can brainstorm ideas for presentations and entrepreneurial undertakings.

NEW PROGRAMS

JOHN HAZEN WHITE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES ECONOMICS* P S YC H O L O G Y *

COLLEGE OF H E A LT H & W E L L N E S S H E A LT H S C I E N C E * P U B L I C H E A LT H * C O L L E G E O F H O S P I TA L I T Y MANAGEMENT EVENT MANAGEMENT SPORT MANAGEMENT

* P E N D I N G S TAT E A P P R OVA L

THE SPORTS SCENE

THE FOOD SCENE

Sports, Entertainment, Event — Management is one of the more popular majors at JWU Charlotte, and sports is one of the more popular pastimes in the city of Charlotte. There are endless opportunities to get hands-on training from the people who know this industry best. JWU is incredibly connected to the pro sports teams in the Charlotte area, from the Carolina Panthers to the Charlotte Hornets and beyond, making JWU graduates sought after for professional opportunities.

You’ll notice we haven’t yet mentioned the Charlotte restaurant scene. That’s because it deserves a section of its own. The restaurants, bars, and coffee shops in uptown Charlotte are dominated by JWU graduates, as founders, managers, and chefs. As you’ll be taking classes uptown, you’ll be surrounded with opportunities to network, and see first-hand what a JWU diploma can do for you.

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THE

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96.8% CAREER OUTCOMES R AT E

WORK W E K N O W T H AT N O M AT T E R H O W H A R D Y O U WORK, COLLEGE STILL C O S T S M O N E Y. IN 2018

92% OF OUR STUDENTS RECEIVED INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS A N D/O R G R A N T S F R O M THE UNIVERSITY

It’s an investment, and like any good investment, it should pay off in dividends. That’s why we’re so career-focused; you should graduate trained to take on your craft, and when you succeed, so do we. Last year 92% of our students received institutional scholarships and/or grants from the university, which often makes our tuition less than many other private universities. It also means that we are actively doing everything we can to help you make your dream a reality. Of course, first you have to start, which can seem daunting. That’s why we provide each student a financial planning representative to guide them and their families through the process of financing higher education. You’ll get in-person loan counseling, education, and strategies to make attending JWU financially possible. If you’re ready to work with us, we’ll work for you.

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RE A DY TO G E T S TA R TE D?

SO ARE WE . If you’ve already applied, we’re excited to meet you. If not, we’ve included an application that you are welcome to use, or you can apply online at apply.jwu.edu. You can also use the common application, which is available at the application link.

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