College Junior 2013-10-13T22:44:56Z
Academic flexibility at this school is pretty average.
College Junior 2013-10-13T22:43:42Z
I haven't taken any online courses at this school.
College Junior 2013-10-13T22:42:50Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Tuition and financial aid is not the greatest out there.
College Junior 2013-10-13T22:41:58Z
They are alright for the most part. Some are driven some are not.
College Sophomore 2013-10-10T13:50:14Z
I had some issues when trying to apply my AP French Language score to get credit. Mostly because the school only offers Spanish as a foreign language, but the main Johnson & Wales override them and granted me the credit I needed.
College Sophomore 2013-10-10T13:49:00Z
This campus is extremely diverse when it comes to students. The majority of students are either: Black or White. Latino/Asians have a noticeable presecence on campus. There are a lot of LGBT students and the school is pretty accepting when it comes to them.
School spirit lacks a bit, mostly because it's a small school and we don't have a football team. Clubs & Orgs try their best to get people involved, but it doesn't always work. People are generally friendly and are happy to help with any questions or issues.
College Sophomore 2013-10-10T13:42:31Z
Most professors really want to get to know you and see you succeed. I've never had a huge issue with any professor, other than their work ethic and explanations. It's very easy to follow the curriculum and register for classes. Depending on your teacher or class, workload depends all on those factors.
College Sophomore 2013-10-10T13:24:59Z
As a Hotel Major, I've been satisfied so far with my class choices. I've taken a few superb classes while others fell short. For this semester I'm taking mostly major related classes with a course in Sociology. I'm doing very well in that course and a Sales and Meeting Management course. However, some haven't been going well, such as Hospitality Accounting I. Mostly due to the professors lack of enthusiasm and a tough time understanding him. Students in the class either don't show up or don't pay a lot of attention.
College Junior 2013-08-14T19:56:31Z
there are plenty of computer labs, printers the wireless is very good even thou there are so many of us. I will say you will be able to get by with out a personal computer if you live on campus.
College Sophomore 2013-07-31T22:32:12Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
It sucks the cost is to much and even tho its private it should not be that price.
College Sophomore 2013-07-25T18:30:17Z
This will be my second year in Johnson and Wales, I haven't graduated yet. But the career center really does help a lot with helping students with internship. Or even getting other jobs off campus, they help with interviews and resumes.
College Sophomore 2013-06-25T20:44:05Z
If you want to have a connection with the teacher and not have as many students in your class that a school like UM(University of Miami) would have. This school is great. Besides the wonderful academic experience, the recognition of the school is easy to get you jobs.
College Junior 2013-06-21T00:38:20Z
The workload it is a lot put teaching you about multitasking.
College Junior 2013-06-21T00:35:41Z
I picked a B because sometimes the network does go down. But that can happen anytime. The overall access of wireless internet printing and use of computer lab is good.
College Junior 2013-06-21T00:33:22Z
it is a overall good school. It a private school so it expensive but its great.
College Junior 2013-05-22T06:37:51Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
It seems like they give you a lot of money but tuition is still burning a giant hole in my bank account.
College Junior 2013-05-22T06:36:27Z
The academic support and student success office has got to be one of Johnson and Wales' best ammenties available to students. so helpful.
College Junior 2013-04-29T17:07:19Z
the main reason i chose this school was because of the connections this school has.
College Junior 2013-04-29T17:02:45Z
They have a board listed with career and internship opportunities and if you go inside and talk to them they will sit down and help you find a job and get you what you want.
College Sophomore 2013-04-25T22:05:23Z
The very specific reasons I chose this university was because of how serious they take their academic department and how well they work with students individually. I am able to work around my work and personal schedule, which is fantastic. My dream was to actually come to this school in particular, they definitely know what I want and where I want to go when I'm done.
College Sophomore 2013-04-25T21:43:45Z
After I graduate from Jwu I should not have any trouble finding a job within my field. Why? So naturally, when ever a student go to the Career Center for help, as it is very much an asset to their post-graduation. Indeed, they will find help and not feel disappointed or like a number none the less feel like as if they were swept under the door after commencement. This is exactly what Johnson and Wales University motive is all about.
College Junior 2013-03-27T22:09:59Z
New beautiful fitness center. The library is spacious and a great place to study and do homework. The campus is like a small community where everything is walking distance.
College Junior 2013-03-27T21:54:14Z
The credits I had transferred were from AP courses. They are approved by college board so it was very simple. But I know that trying to transfer JWU credits to other schools is really difficult
College Junior 2013-03-27T17:30:02Z
We have two computer labs in the academic center, and one more in the library. Each has printers that we have access to. The computer lab in the library is open 24/7. We are able to print as much as we would like. Try to print what you truly need in order to save paper. We have wifi all around campus. Having a personal computer enhances your life due to the fact you get to do hw or study wherever you feel like. I personally have no laptop and have not found it difficult to complete my assignments.
College Junior 2013-03-27T17:24:41Z
We have a career fair every trimester.
Volunteer service organizations.
Internship as a gradiation requirement.
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