North Miami Campus

JWU's North Miami Campus offers undergraduate degree programs in arts and sciences, business, culinary arts, engineering and design, and hospitality management. Additionally, the campus offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a variety of concentration options.

The City

Miami is a major center of finance, commerce, culture, media, entertainment, the arts, international trade and tourism. Situated between Fort Lauderdale and Miami, our 28-acre North Miami Campus is a close-knit community where everyone knows each other and sunny skies are the norm.

For more information about JWU’s North Miami Campus, contact

Admissions
1701 NE 127th Street
North Miami, FL 33181
1-866-JWU-FLORIDA (598-3567)
305-892-7000

Academic Facilities & Administrative Offices

The UNIVERSITY CENTER at 1701 NE 127th St. is home to offices for Student Academic & Financial Services, the College of Culinary Arts, Accounting, Purchasing and Campus Dining. All offices are located on the first floor. This building is also home to lab and classroom space for the College of Culinary Arts and The Mix, the campus' dining center. The top three floors of the building are home to Flamingo Hall, a residence hall primarily for first-year students.

The ACADEMIC & STUDENT CENTER at 12900 NE 17th Ave. houses classes for the College of Engineering & Design, College of Business, College of Hospitality Management, and John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences, as well as several administrative and student service offices. The first floor is home to computer labs, Experiential Education & Career Services, the e-lab and the bookstore. The second floor is home to classrooms, Facilities Management, Health Services, Counseling Services, Wellness Center and the offices for the John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences. The third floor is home to classrooms, the TLS Faculty Center, the Fashion Merchandising & Retailing Lab and the English Language Institute. The fourth floor includes classrooms and offices for the College of Business, College of Engineering & Design and College of Hospitality Management. The fifth floor includes administrative offices and meeting space for the President's Office, Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, Communications & Media Relations, Administration, Human Resources, Instructional Design & Technology, Admissions, Center for Academic Support and Talent Advancement Program.

The LIBRARY at 12800 NE 17th Ave. includes a collection of books, journals, magazines, newspapers, full-text databases and other resources to serve the research needs of all JWU students. The facility also includes a general use computer lab that's open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The WILDCAT CENTER at 1600 NE 126th St. contains a fitness center, gymnasium, and office and meeting space for student organizations. The first floor includes athletic spaces, the gymnasium and an events center. The second floor includes offices for Athletics and New Student Orientation & Campus Events. The third floor contains offices for Residential Life, Student Involvement & Leadership and Community Standards and Conduct.

Residential Life

First-year students are primarily housed in either Tropical Pointe or Flamingo Hall. These accommodations contain the following:

Tropical Pointe

  • 220 residents
  • Reserved for upper-class students (sophomores, juniors, seniors)
  • Swipe card access
  • Private bath
  • Laundry facilities and vending
  • TV lounge
  • Gaming lounge
  • Study lounge with internet access
  • Wireless internet
  • Community kitchen

Flamingo Hall

  • 265 residents
  • Reserved for first-year students
  • Conveniently located near classrooms and dining center
  • Code and swipe access
  • TV/gaming lounge
  • Study lounge with computer access
  • Community kitchen
  • Showers, laundry and vending facilities on every floor
  • Wireless internet

Upper-class students reside in Biscayne Commons, Emerald Lake Hall, Arch Creek Place, Lakeside Towers or Palm Gardens. These accommodations contain the following:

Biscayne Commons

  • 192 residents
  • Reserved for first-year students
  • Swipe card access
  • Private bath
  • Laundry facilities and vending
  • TV lounge
  • Wireless internet access
  • Community kitchen
  • Immediate access to adjacent pool

Emerald Lake Hall and Arch Creek Place

  • Two students per apartment
  • Reserved for upper-class students (sophomores, juniors, seniors)
  • Laundry facilities
  • Full kitchen in each apartment
  • Private bathrooms
  • Outside entrances
  • Wireless internet access

Lakeside Towers

  • 165 residents
  • Reserved for upper-class students (sophomores, juniors, seniors)
  • Efficiency, 1- and 2-bedroom apartments
  • On-site laundry and vending facilities
  • Full kitchen in each apartment
  • Private bathrooms
  • Study lounge with computer access
  • Outdoor TV/gaming lounge
  • Waterfront view in some rooms
  • Wireless internet access 

Palm Gardens

  • 88 residents
  • Reserved for upper-class students (sophomores, juniors, seniors)
  • Apartment-style living
  • Swipe card access
  • All rooms equipped with kitchenettes (small refrigerator, sink and stove top)
  • On-site laundry facility
  • Wireless internet access