LIFE’S WORK IS YOURS
A GUIDE FOR EDUCATORS
About JWU.........................................................1 Early Enrollment and Accelerated Master’s..... 2 Internships and Study Abroad.......................... 3 Student Services.............................................. 4 Affordability and Value..................................... 5 National Student Organizations....................... 6 JWU Majors....................................................... 7 Applying to JWU............................................... 8 Educator Resources................Inside Back Cover
J W U
YOU WO R
IS WHY WE
RANKINGS & PARTNERSHIPS
The Wall Street Journal includes JWU in its 2019 College Rankings and declares the North Miami Campus as No. 1 in the South and No. 3 in the U.S. for diversity.
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AT JOHNSON & WA LE S U NI V E RS IT Y,
driving students toward success for more than 100 years. We’re focused on helping our students make more than a living — we help them build a life they’ll love. With roots as a small business school, JWU has cultivated a supportive environment where students and faculty work together to bring out the best in each other across multiple disciplines. We continue to evolve as we apply our passion and knowledge to everything we teach, from engineering to culinary to marketing. In 2018, our new strategic initiative placed a strong emphasis on developing interdisciplinary programs focused on relevant industry demands. It’s how we help prepare our students to take their place in the global workforce. To fulfill part of that vision, we recently announced the creation of our new College of Food Innovation & Technology (CFIT). Beginning in fall 2020, CFIT will offer students an approach to education that explores culinary systems within the context of social, political and economic landscapes, analyzing the impact that food has on us all. With this knowledge, students can develop solutions, practices and food innovations that make a difference in everyday lives.
JWU’S CAREER OUTCOMES RATE
For 2018 JWU’s Career Outcomes Rate is 96.8%. Historically, JWU’s rate is above the national average. Why is JWU’s Career Outcomes Rate so high? • Our education is career-focused and student-centered. We have programs that prepare students for the career they want. • Students can take part in our award-winning internship program in which close to 2,900 JWU students interned in 2018 with more than 73% receiving a job offer at the completion of the internship. • Students have access to thousands of jobs and internships through HireJWU, our online job search tool.
96.8% OUTCOMES RATE UNIVERSITYWIDE
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HELP YOUR STUDENTS BE UNSTOPPABLE Education is not conﬁned to the four walls of the classroom at JWU. And earning a degree in less time is easy.
Here, students are not going to spend their entire time with their noses buried in a book, learning theories that they may never get a chance to apply — they’re going to get into the real world and apply them through internships, group projects, leadership opportunities, competitions and more. From their first day here, they’ll be immersed in a professionally focused curriculum, learning by doing. Whether they know exactly what they’re looking for, or want to explore different areas of interest, JWU has many options to choose from.
WAYS STUDENTS CAN E ARN THEIR DEGREE FASTER EARLY ENROLLMENT PROGRAM
High school juniors can get started early at Johnson & Wales through the Early Enrollment Program (EEP). This program allows students to apply for early enrollment at JWU during their junior year of high school. Then, at the beginning of their senior year, they’ll start attending classes at JWU — earning credits for high school and college courses while still participating in their school activities.
Undergraduate students looking to earn a graduate degree in less time can do so through our Accelerated Master’s programs. During their senior year at JWU, they can take one or two graduate-level classes at no additional cost, saving money on their grad tuition. After completing their bachelor’s degree, they’ll continue their education by taking the remaining graduate courses required for their program of interest.
Eligibility: High school seniors (program requirements must be met) Application deadline: During the spring of junior year Availability: All Johnson & Wales campuses Beneﬁts: Students graduate one full year earlier, save on tuition by paying half the regular tuition their first year at JWU, and more. Note: Students are eligible for JWU scholarships totaling up to 50% of any institutional aid they receive, but are not eligible for federal financial aid in the first year of EEP enrollment. For more information, visit jwu.edu/eep.
Accelerated Master’s programs include accounting, information technology, finance, hospitality and more. Visit jwu.edu/accelerated-masters-program for details.
CRE ATING A LIFE THEY’LL LOVE , ONE EXPERIENCE AT A TIME At JWU, opportunity becomes both a job and a passion for what students do — one of many building blocks for a life they’ll love.
We’ve spent years working to enrich the student learning experience by turning classroom theory into real world practice. Whether students want to jump right into working for a company or sample different industries to see what fits, we’ve got them covered — and we’re getting them to work.
OUR STUDENTS DON’ T JUST TAKE CREDIT, THE Y E ARN IT
WORLD - CL ASS OPPORTUNITIE S
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 students’ junior and senior year. They are just as important as any class, with full academic credit and the opportunity to learn valuable lessons, the kind students can only get through first-hand experience. Last year, 73% of JWU students received a job offer at the end of their paid internship. More than 2,890 JWU students interned at 1,654 companies worldwide.
No matter what major students choose to study, they have the ability to take it to the next level. Sometimes that level is halfway around the globe, and all they need to do is get there with the help of our study abroad programs. With programs in locations from Athens to Zanzibar in areas like community engagement and software engineering, the JWU global experience means students are sure to find something that makes them dig a little deeper, think a little broader, and venture a little outside their comfort zone. Beyond that, they’ll gain skills that employers value, like ﬂexibility and intercultural competence, and make professional connections that could last a lifetime.
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A DIFFERENT KIND OF EXPERIENCE Johnson & Wales University offers a supportive, caring environment where faculty and staff work together to help students adapt to college life and succeed academically, personally and professionally. Student support services include • Accessibility Services — JWU provides reasonable accommodations to give students with learning disabilities, physical challenges and chronic medical conditions the opportunity to succeed. Services and assistance for accessibility, academic, classroom and housing accommodations, among others, are available. • Academic Support Services — The university also offers a variety of services including peer and professional tutoring, online tutoring, writing labs and study skills workshops for topics such as time management, memory and test-taking tips and stress management. • S tudent Financial Services — To assist with the financial aid process and selection of a payment option, JWU provides each student with a financial planning representative. Throughout the process, they provide in-person loan counseling, education and strategies to make attending JWU financially possible for them and their families.
• Counseling, Health & Wellness — Inclusive confidential professional services are offered to provide support for students to manage their emotional and physical well-being through Health Services, Counseling Services and Health Education.
• Gender Equity Centers — Students will find a welcoming space for support, education and confidentiality around topics including sexual orientation, gender identity, violence prevention and more.
“We’re catering to more diverse learners, and our students are flourishing academically and socially. They feel so empowered and confident.”
–Joseph Barresi Jr., Ph.D., LICSW, LCDP Associate Dean of Students for Counseling
AFFORDABILIT Y A N D VA L U E We’re committed to making a quality education as accessible and affordable as possible. We know that college is an investment, and like any good investment, it should pay off in dividends. When calculating costs, discounts and other factors, the value and benefits of a JWU education make it more than competitive with other private and many public universities. Compared to a public university, there is a greater likelihood of graduation in four years, thereby reducing costs. We’re career focused and make every effort to help make students’ dreams a reality. Here they’ll find
Approximately 93% of all JWU on-ground students receive institutional scholarships and/or grants. We offer numerous academic, membership and curriculumbased scholarships including ProStart and Lodging Management, to name a few.
• Small classes — no lecture halls — with individual attention from faculty • World-wide reputation for leadership in experiential learning • Faculty with industry experience
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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 ( N S O ) AT J W U Johnson & Wales has a rich history of supporting National Student Organizations (NSO) and developing strong relationships with high school advisors. In fact, we’ve been doing it for more than 30 years. Our JWU representatives actively participate in state, regional and national conferences and mentor students as they navigate the transition to college. Last year, JWU awarded more than 4,700 NSO scholarships totaling more than $95 million over four years. More than 20% of all JWU students participated in one of these organizations while they were in high school and chose to continue their memberships at JWU. That translates into more than 2,600 NSO members across our four campuses. This community provides a strong network to assist students with their personal and professional growth. 6
This year, students from all campuses represented JWU at different competitions nationally and even internationally. In April, 59 NSO students took part in the 2019 DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC). Two JWU students, Drew Duboff ’20 and Max May ’21, were elected as national officers at ICDC. And in July, 14 JWU students competed or took part in leadership events at the SkillsUSA’s annual National Leadership & Skills Conference. Of that group, 10 competed and 7 placed in the Top 10 in various categories. And at that same competition, Daylan Torres ’20 secured a spot to represent the USA at the WorldSkills 2019 competition held in Kazan, Russia.
NSO organizations at JWU include • Business Professionals of America (BPA) • DECA/Collegiate DECA • Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) • HOSA - Future Health Professionals • Junior Achievement (JA) • National FFA (FFA) • Future Business Leaders of America/Phi Beta Lambda • SkillsUSA • Technology Student Association (TSA) For more information about scholarships, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
U N D E R G R A D U AT E P R O G R A M S ACCOUNTING
CULINARY SCIENCE & PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
INTEGRATED PRODUCT DESIGN
ACCOUNTING — CORPORATE ACCOUNTING
CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE & DEFENSE
INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES: DESIGN
AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS ADVENTURE, SPORT AND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM MANAGEMENT NEW ADVERTISING & MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS APPLIED FOOD SCIENCE BAKING & PASTRY ARTS BAKING & PASTRY ARTS AND FOOD & BEVERAGE INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT BAKING & PASTRY ARTS AND FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT BIOLOGY BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING NEW BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS STUDIES COMPUTER SCIENCE CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRUISE MANAGEMENT NEW CULINARY ARTS CULINARY ARTS AND FOOD & BEVERAGE INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT CULINARY ARTS AND FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT CULINARY NUTRITION
YOUR OWN MAJOR NEW
DIETETICS AND APPLIED NUTRITION
DIGITAL MARKETING & SOCIAL MEDIA NEW
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE — ESL (NON-DEGREE PROGRAM)
MEDIA & COMMUNICATION STUDIES
EQUINE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/
EQUINE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/RIDING
RESTAURANT, FOOD & BEVERAGE
EVENT MANAGEMENT NEW
FASHION MERCHANDISING & RETAILING
SPORT MANAGEMENT NEW
FOOD & BEVERAGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
SPORTS, ENTERTAINMENT, EVENT — MANAGEMENT
FOOD & BEVERAGE INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT
SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS NEW
GOLF MANAGEMENT NEW
TOURISM & HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
HEALTH SCIENCE HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT NEW HOTEL & RESORT MANAGEMENT HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
You can explore our undergraduate and graduate programs at jwu.edu/majors
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WHAT’S THE NEX T STEP? APPLYING TO JWU If you think any of your students are ready to learn more about JWU, we encourage you to help them take the next step and apply. There is no fee for applying to Johnson & Wales. Acceptance to the university is valid at any campus. Johnson & Wales offers Early Action Admission (for first-year applicants for fall semester), a non-binding application program for students who view JWU as one of their top choice schools. The advantage of Early Action is that applicants will learn of their admission decision sooner for planning purposes. Along with a decision letter, the applicant will receive scholarship notification (if applicable). The application deadline for Early Action is November 1. Early Action decisions will be released beginning November 15. Application and transcripts must be received by the deadline. Candidates for Early Action will be evaluated primarily on their high school record through their junior year. Students who apply but do not meet the deadline will be placed in the regular (rolling) admission applicant pool.
Applicants should follow these steps: 1. Complete the application for admission. 2. High school transcripts should be submitted to Admissions at the JWU campus where the student plans to enroll. 3. S tudents may apply online at apply.jwu.edu. Paper applications can also be downloaded online. Johnson & Wales is also a Common Application school.
As an educator, you have access to many resources that can help you further your education. For example, you can • Enroll in traditional and online graduate degree programs. • Attend workshops and educator programs hosted by JWU, including DECA Amp’d, a summer training conference for DECA advisors. • Speak with our faculty experts and local admissions representatives who can assist you with your work in the classroom. Visit jwu.edu/admissions-reps to find the JWU representative in your area. Do you know a student who is a great fit for JWU? Refer them using our Educator Referral Form. By submitting these referrals, you can help qualify your students for grants from JWU — making attending JWU more affordable for them. For details about what’s available to you, visit
jwu.edu/educators. Your JWU Contact Thomas Gauthier Director of Educator Partnerships and Scholarship Programs 1-800-DIAL-JWU (342-5598), ext. 2345 or 401-598-2345 email@example.com All statistics included in this brochure are the most current as of August 2019. NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION: Johnson & Wales University does not discriminate unlawfully on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expressions, genetic information, disability, status as a protected veteran, pregnancy or marital status, or any other unlawful basis in admission to, access to, treatment of, or employment in its programs and activities.
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