Educator Information

With two campuses in Providence, R.I. and Charlotte, N.C., 100-plus undergraduate and graduate programs of study, and defined academic excellence in communications, food, health, STEM, and sustainability, Ƶ has a lot to offer your students.

In addition to our incredible professors and experiential opportunities, Ƶ students and alumni will tell you that their time here was transformative. We have resources in place to meet students where they are, and we can't wait to help you and your students discover why Ƶ may be the best choice for them.

Did You Know?

  • Ƶ considers all four years of academic performance and extracurricular activities.
  • Students can apply via the university’s no-fee or the .
  • All we need is a complete application and transcripts (official and unofficial).
  • Ƶ considers applications under rolling admissions. The sooner your student applies, the sooner they can learn their decision!

5 Things to Know About Applying to Ƶ

Quick Educator Links

  • Do you know a student who is a great fit for Ƶ? Refer them using our Educator Referral Form (PDF).
  • If you would like to request a live/virtual or recorded culinary demonstration to share with your students, complete our .

Helpful Resources


1. Further your education

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Ƶ offers a variety of traditional and online masters and doctoral degree programs. Search our graduate program offerings to find the right one for you.

2. Faculty experts to assist you

Our skilled faculty bring expertise beyond the classroom. Many have years of industry experience and are dedicated to sharing what they know have learned, whether through teaching, research or staying active in their field. Looking for some assistance from Ƶ faculty? Email Thomas Gauthier, director of educational partnerships, today.

3. Join Ƶ’s mailing list and explore social media

Complete the Request Information form at the bottom of this page to join the Ƶ mailing list and stay in the know about Ƶ news, new programs and events. You can also follow us on social media:

4. Find Your Local Admissions Rep

Johnson & Wales has full-time admissions reps who are available to answer your questions. for your city and state.

5. Visit Ƶ


See for yourself what makes Ƶ different. Contact Admissions Offices to set up a specialized tour tailored to your interest:

Providence (800-342-5598; providence@admissions.jwu.edu)
Charlotte (866-598-2427; charlotte@admissions.jwu.edu)

6. Additional information 

Educators Guide

Educator’s Guide (PDF)


7. Ƶ Alumni

Don’t lose touch with Ƶ as an alum. the resources available to you.

8. Need Ƶ gear?

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Culinary Educators

1. Virtual culinary demonstrations

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You can request an individual virtual classroom presentation by reaching out to Admissions Appointment Setter, Mari Kate Connolly, to schedule a visit at marikate.connolly@admissions.jwu.edu. Please include your high school name and location when reaching out so we can better assist you. 

2. In-person culinary demonstrations

Our demonstrators can visit your classroom in accordance with university, state, local and school-issued guidelines. Reach out to Admissions Appointment Setter, Mari Kate Connolly, to schedule a visit at marikate.connolly@admissions.jwu.edu. Please include your high school name and location when reaching out so we can better assist you.

3. Summer 2024 Food Innovation Educator Summit

Designed exclusively for culinary educators like you, Ƶ offers this hands-on, two-day summer programming. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to update yours skills and encounter new methods and ideas you can bring back to your students.

4. Faculty experts to assist you

Our culinary arts, baking and pastry, and hospitality management faculty can provide support in a multitude of areas including lesson planning, skill development, recipe development and competition assistance. Email Thomas Gauthier, director of educational partnerships, today.


1. How to Apply

about application options and requirements.

2. Scholarships

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Your students may be eligible for thousands of dollars in scholarships.

3. Early Enrollment Programs

Students can save time and money by simultaneously completing their senior year in high school and enrolling as a freshman Ƶ, all while still taking part in high school activities. Learn more about Ƶ’s Early Enrollment.

4. College Credit

  • Ƶ will give transfer credit for Advanced Placement (AP) exams with a score of 3 or better (and a passing grade).
  • Students transferring from other colleges may be eligible for course credit.

5. Plan a visit

With visitor programs from Open House to Daily Tours and experience programs, students have a variety of options when planning a campus visit. Can’t make it to a campus? Then check out the virtual tour.

6. Explore Academics

From undergraduate through graduate, explore our academic offerings today.

7. National Student Organizations

Students participating in DECA, FBLA, FCCLA, SkillsUSA, BPA, JA, FFA, TSA, and HOSA and other National Student Organizations (NSO) are able to continue that interest at Ƶ. Not only can students participate in these organizations at the collegiate level, but they may also be eligible for scholarships based on their high school activities. To learn more about National Student Organizations at Ƶ, contact us at 401-598-2345.

8. Internships and Study Abroad

Through Ƶ’s award-winning internship program, more than 2,600 students interned in 2019. This is just one of the reasons Ƶ has a Career Outcomes Rate of 96.8%*, and why, historically, the Ƶ rate is above the national average. But at Ƶ students can truly make the world their classroom. With a wide range of study abroad programs, students have a variety of options to pursue their passion.

9. How to Finance a Ƶ Education

Student Financial Services, part of our Student Academic & Financial Services team, helps students and their families create a plan to pay for college by providing each student with a financial planning representative from Day 1.

10. Submitting transcripts or letters of recommendation for a student who has applied:

We accept transcripts via the following methods:

  • through the mail (Admissions Processing Center / 8 Abbott Park Place / Providence, RI / 02903)
  • Naviance
  • Common App
  • online
  • Other electronic sources including: Parchment, Clearinghouse, Scribbles, escripts, SCOIR

For an explanation of the career outcomes rate and other information, visit Ƶ Student Consumer Information.

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