2021–22 Providence Campus Continuing Education Catalog

8 Abbott Park Place
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 1-800-342-5598 or 401-598-2300
Fax: 401-598-2948 (College of Business, College of Hospitality Management, John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences, and College of Engineering & Design)
or 401-598-4787 (College of Food Innovation & Technology) 

This catalog is an official publication of Johnson & Wales University. I agree to abide by this catalog and all other codes of conduct, handbooks, manuals, policies, procedures, regulations, rules, and any other publications applicable to students (collectively, “Publications”). I understand the university may, at any time and without prior notice, add to, amend, change, modify, revise, or supersede any of its catalogs, codes of conduct, handbooks, manuals, policies, procedures, regulations, rules, and any other publications (including, without limitation, marketing or promotional publications), and I understand the university may, at any time and without prior notice, add, cancel, change, modify, postpone, revise, supersede, or withdraw any policies, provisions, requirements, or rules in any Publications and may also at any time and without prior notice, add, cancel, change, modify, postpone, revise, supersede, or withdraw any classes, courses, activities, events, internships, laboratories, and programs (of study or otherwise); without limiting the generality of the foregoing, this includes, but is no way limited to, transitioning from in-person to remote classes, courses, activities, events, internships, laboratories, and programs (of study or otherwise). Occasionally, program policies, provisions, requirements and rules will vary by the publication date of the catalog. Provisions, requirements and rules stated in the edition published closest to the September enrollment date will take precedence. 

Students should read and fully understand the policies, provisions, requirements and rules described in this catalog and all other Publications. In particular, among other Publications, all enrolled students are expected to be familiar with their campus Student Handbook. The Student Handbook contains important information regarding academic performance and personal conduct of students as well as university grievance procedures. It also outlines the conditions under which students may be placed on probation or suspension from the university or may be expelled (among other disciplinary measures). 

The Providence Campus Student Handbook is available onlineStudents should check whether their program has an additional program-specific handbook and familiarize themselves with any such handbook.