Early Action Admission (First-Year Applicants for Fall Semester)
Johnson & Wales University offers Early Action Admission, a non-binding application program for students who view JWU as one of their top choice schools. The application deadline for Early Action is November 1; decision notification is released mid-November.
The Regular Admissions policy of the university makes it possible to notify students of the admissions decision, their acceptance or any additional conditions necessary for admission on a rolling basis, soon after all of their academic records have been received and reviewed. The application deadline is May 1 for the fall semester. For the spring semester, students are encouraged to complete the application process as soon as possible before the semester start, preferably 30 days prior. Admissions may choose to extend these deadlines.
The $300 reservation deposit for U.S. citizens or $500 for international applicants is payable upon acceptance to the university and is credited towards the student's tuition. The university observes the May 1 reservation deposit deadline and encourages students to research all schools prior to placing a reservation deposit. Reservation deposits received after May 1 will be accepted on the basis of space availability. Reservation deposits received prior to May 1 are refundable. The student's account must be cleared by Student Financial Services by the payment deadline to receive a room assignment. To best ensure consideration for on-campus housing, it is important to meet all deadlines throughout the enrollment process.
Requests for deposit refunds will be granted upon written request to University Admissions prior to May 1. After May 1, the reservation deposit of $300 for U.S. citizens, or $500 for international applicants, is nonrefundable.
* The university may revoke any student’s acceptance or subsequent enrollment at any time if any information provided by the student is false, misleading or incomplete, or if the university learns of any past or present misconduct by the student that, in the university's sole judgment, would affect the student’s ability to represent and uphold the standards of the university.