START YOUR APPLICATION
At the Johnson & Wales University College of Professional Studies, we take the guesswork out of how to apply for college. Just follow the simple steps below to complete your undergraduate application. If you have any questions along the way, our undergraduate admissions staff is more than happy to help.
BEFORE YOU APPLY
Go to the Undergraduate Degrees page, click the program you’re interested in, and review your program’s complete admission and course information. In addition, it’s a good idea to check the Computer & Browser Requirements to ensure that you can fully participate in online learning at JWU.
Contact us at [email protected] or 1-855-JWU-1881 if you have any questions regarding the prerequisites required for admission.
HOW TO APPLY
Step 1: Submit Your Free Application
Step 2: Submit Your Academic Transcript(s)
Applicants have two options to submit their official academic transcripts:
- Request your Own Transcript: Applicants should contact their previous institution(s) or visit the Registrar’s Office website at their previous institution(s) for instructions on how to request academic transcripts. Transcripts should be mailed directly to 115 Cedar Street, Providence, RI 02903. For institutions with online request options, please use [email protected] as the recipient.
- Allow JWU to attempt to request on your behalf: Applicants can also work with their dedicated online admissions associate to complete a Transcript Request Form via Formstack, which will allow JWU to request transcript(s) on their behalf.
Please note that it is not a guarantee that JWU can collect transcript(s) as some schools require requests or additional authorization forms to come directly from the student.
DON’T FORGET TO FILE YOUR FAFSA
If you are applying for FAFSA, apply as soon as possible. Filing is free and it’s easy — and it’s the only way to check your availability for federal student aid.
- FSA ID. This will allow you to sign your FAFSA electronically.
- Submit your FAFSA. You’ll need your FSA ID (see above), SSN, driver’s license, your Federal tax return, and JWU’s school code: 003404
Through the JWU College of Professional Studies, students may register for courses without applying for degree status in an eligible program. Undergraduate students may register for a maximum of 18 credits (6 courses), while graduate students can register for a maximum of 9 credits (3 courses) on a non-degree basis.
STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?
Applying for college is a major decision. Don’t hesitate to contact our admissions staff at [email protected] or 1-855-JWU-1881 at any point during the application process.