Applying for Admission

Please see the appropriate undergraduate or graduate section for information regarding applying.

How to Apply

Students are encouraged to apply online for quicker processing. Paper applications are also accepted. For either method, no application fee is required.

To submit your application on paper, you may request an application be mailed to you by contacting the Johnson & Wales Admissions office noted below.

Completed paper applications should be mailed to the following campus addresses:

Providence Campus

Admissions
Johnson & Wales University
8 Abbott Park Place
Providence, RI 02903

North Miami Campus

Admissions
Johnson & Wales University
1701 NE 127th Street
North Miami, FL 33181

Denver Campus

Admissions
Johnson & Wales University
7150 Montview Boulevard
Denver, CO 80220

Charlotte Campus

Admissions
Johnson & Wales University
801 W. Trade Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Be sure to complete your application in full, as an incomplete application could affect eligibility for Johnson & Wales scholarship programs. Additional information submitted after the initial application has been received will not be considered for additional scholarships. For U.S. students, eligibility for university need-based and federal aid is determined through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

In completing the application form, students must indicate the term in which they wish to enroll. Applications are accepted for terms beginning in the fall, winter and spring.

There is no deadline for submitting applications, but students are advised to apply as early as possible before their intended date of enrollment for full consideration, as some programs may become full.

Certain bachelor’s degree programs are selective and require submission of an application at the end of the associate degree program before acceptance into a program. Students should check program descriptions if they are interested in applying for both an associate and a bachelor’s degree program.

After completing the application form, students are responsible for requesting that their high school guidance office forward to the university an official copy of the secondary school record for admissions consideration.

When possible, Johnson & Wales University would prefer to receive the applicant’s high school transcripts at the same time as the application for admission. Transfer students must also submit official transcripts from all high schools and colleges attended. For the first year of any new program, acceptance of transfer credit is contingent upon course scheduling.

Students applying for admission to a continuing education program at JWU’s Providence or Denver campuses should refer to those catalogs for admissions information.

In accordance with the applicable federal and state law, for students entering JWU who will need to participate in a food service internship, the student must be 18 years old to participate in the internship, unless the student obtains an acknowledgement from the proposed internship site acknowledging that the student is not yet 18 years of age and stating that the student will not engage in any “particularly hazardous occupation.”

How to Apply

Students are encouraged to apply online for quicker processing. Paper applications are also accepted. For either method, no application fee is required.

To submit your application on paper, you may request an application to be emailed or mailed to you by contacting the Johnson & Wales Admissions office noted below.

Completed paper applications should be mailed to the following campus addresses:

Providence Campus

Graduate Admissions
Johnson & Wales University
8 Abbott Park Place
Providence, RI 02903

North Miami Campus

Graduate Admissions
Johnson & Wales University
1701 NE 127th Street
North Miami, FL 33181

Denver Campus

Graduate Admissions
Johnson & Wales University
7150 Montview Boulevard
Denver, CO 80220

Graduate programs are available at the Providence, Denver and North Miami campuses only.

Be sure to complete your application in full. For U.S. students, eligibility for federal aid is determined through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Applicants for the Physician Assistant program must apply through the Central Application Service for Physician Assistants (CASPA) application. By submitting a CASPA application, the applicant certifies to Johnson & Wales University that all information in their application and supporting documentation is true, correct and complete. Please note that Johnson & Wales University does not retain all application material submitted by the applicant through CASPA. All CASPA applications and supporting documentation on file will be destroyed upon matriculation of the current class.