College Senior 2013-09-10T17:03:44Z
with tuition going up they obviously can afford to add and equip in areas to make the school more than impressive
College Senior 2013-09-10T16:56:09Z
This school is a good school problem is they keep going up in tuition and making it impossible to communicate to their students before their balance is too costly.
College Sophomore 2013-08-27T06:05:21Z
I am a fashion merchandising/retail marketing major and my classes have been great. Fashion classes i love, i have learned a lot. Since the trimester are 11 weeks and if you take 4 or + classes the workload can stress you out a bit but there is help sometimes. But I you get through it :)
College Sophomore 2013-08-27T05:57:35Z
I wish there were more activities for the fashion business program. There are always things going on for culinary but not much for the other majors.
College Sophomore 2013-07-20T05:31:59Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The tuition is well worth what I am getting at school. The financial aid is a bit trickier, but it is very easy to get financial aid. The financial aid office at JWU has a scholarship room that we can utilize, it may not always pertain to me, but it pertains to the students at JWU. Filling out the FASFA and taking with the financial aid office helps!
College Sophomore 2013-07-20T05:30:01Z
Registration is kind of a hit or miss, you either get how to register or you don't. The professors are well qualified to be instructing the classes. Our university has three different colleges, College of Culinary Arts, College of Business, and College of Hospitality, they include everything from culinary arts to criminal justice, to sports and entertainment event management.
College Sophomore 2013-07-20T05:27:37Z
The classes offered here make it totally worth while to attend. The culinary and baking courses are exactly what you need them to be and you also make great connections with chefs that can get you connect around the world. In the academic side of our campus, it is very hands on. If you are in an event planning class you will be planning various events throughout the course. We are required to do internships our second year and that in itself makes this university unique!
College Sophomore 2013-07-20T05:25:26Z
We have a wide variety of students. We have those who have families and have a job outside of school and those who came straight from high school. We have many programs around diversity and being mindful of other people. We strive to create a safe environment where students are safe to express themselves and not get judged. Inclusivity of the non traditional students and traditional students is very hard, due to the very different viewpoints of each student. We try though.
College Junior 2013-07-15T20:25:15Z
Have not yet attended therefore i cant give a review at this time
College Junior 2013-07-15T20:23:50Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Im a little upset that the school waited till a few days before the first payment was due to tell how much it was going to be a month. Its a large amount that i have to come up with on my own while still having to pay other large bills on top of it. They also just have told me about these other websites that i didnt know about to find other scholarships to help pay for my tuition.
College Senior 2013-05-29T19:07:41Z
The academics are very straight forward and do not interfere with the career based curriculum the university has to offer
College Senior 2013-04-28T02:18:08Z
The professors are really helpful if you're really willing to work hard and actually seek them out for help. If you are having trouble then you can go to CAS for tutoring and help
College Senior 2013-04-28T02:15:35Z
The school has really great professors, and of course your occasional bad ones, but overall good. They start you in classes for your career right off the bat so that you can decide if it's what you want to do or not early on.
College Sophomore 2013-04-09T01:19:21Z
I am enrolled in the college of Business. The reason I gave my school a B is because, our school is very culinary focused because majority of the students are in the college of culinary arts. With that said, I feel like they pay so much more attention to that college and it makes the college of business an after thought. They always have speakers come in for the culinary students but none for the college of business. Program wise, some of them are very helpful. The workload is not that bad, it's actually pretty medium.
College Sophomore 2013-04-09T01:13:03Z
The student body at my school is pretty diverse. We all came from different places, cultures, backgrounds. We have students from different states and even different countries. It's very interesting to meet people from different backgrounds because it gives other students the chance to gain knowledge from a different background. A typical student on campus however is a culinary or a baking and pastry student.
College Sophomore 2013-03-26T22:55:07Z
I love the gym, it has everything you need if you're not a crazy body builder. The library has many resources as a writing center and tutors.
College Senior 2013-03-11T20:32:09Z
We have a great gym, career services office, financial aid office, a library and have many campus activities to atten
College Senior 2013-03-11T20:30:06Z
There is many computer labs and computers on campus so if you don't have a computer or laptop there is no worries there
There are also many printers located around campus to use for free
The wifi works well but has occasional times where it will not work
College Sophomore 2013-02-28T22:01:59Z
At this school the majors are slim. It really depends on what you want out of the school. The Graduate classes can be difficult. Although if you are having trouble in a class there is a great support system at the school and a excellent faculty too help you succeed.
College Sophomore 2013-02-28T21:50:15Z
I am a baking major and the curriculum is just what the doctor ordered. This school is perfect if one is looking for a major that has a direct correlation to the real world job. The campus and college life is different from most because of its size and range of students. Most students come here to polish there degree and go out to the real world fast. The workload honestly depends on what the student takes on credited wise. Overall the school is overwhelming and easier than most.
College Senior 2013-02-25T18:30:14Z
I easily got a internship through the experimental education section at Johnson and Wales University.
College Senior 2013-02-25T18:10:47Z
Academic flexibility depends on how soon you are able to register for classes because they can fill up really quickly. Planning graduation requirements as well as what classes essential to graduating are a must to be able to get into the classes that you want. Being informed on how your grades and classes are going are good to be ready for when you are able to register. All of these factors will greatly improve the flexibility of your academics.
College Senior 2013-02-25T18:05:33Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The Tuition and Financial Aid process at Johnson and Wales University is really good for how expensive the school is. I received multiple grants and loans due to the diligence of the faculty and financial aid reps already and still have one more year to go. Living off of campus has seriously reduced my costs this year as well as the fact that I recently received more grant money. The process if easy if you are informed and get your FAFSA in on time.
College Senior 2013-02-24T03:58:52Z
The Culinary program is a well rounded program, and I am able to complete the classes in 9 months. They also help to set us up for internships, which is really helpful. Also, the nutrition program incorporates healthy cooking, which is one of the reasons why I elected to attend JWU.
College Senior 2013-02-24T03:57:00Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I think the tuition and financial aid process is good. I was surprised to receive a transfer scholarship, and be eligible for this "grant" for each year that I attend JWU. I also feel like it's easy to meet with the financial aid reps, and they are always friendly and willing to help. JWU is an expensive school, but I do feel like I am receiving a good education, and the degree I receive will definitely be worth it.
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