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  1. 1. 2011–2012 PRoVIDENCECatalog CaMPUS
  2. 2. Johnson & Wales University Providence Campus 2011-12 Undergraduate Day School Catalog 8 Abbott Park Place Providence, Rhode Island 02903 Phone: 1-800-DIAL JWU or 401-598-1000 Fax: 401-598-2948 (Business/Hospitality/Technology) or 401-598-4787 (Culinary Arts) www.jwu.edu Academic Calendar ........................................................................................2 Programs of Study (listing) ..............................................................................4 Accreditations and Affiliations .........................................................................7 More than Career Success ............................................................................13 About Johnson & Wales University..................................................................18 The Providence Campus ...............................................................................21 Additional Programs .....................................................................................27 JWU Campuses ............................................................................................28 Applying for Admission .................................................................................30 Financing Your Education ..............................................................................43 Academic Information ...................................................................................57 Student Services ..........................................................................................70 Student Activities .........................................................................................75 Programs of Study (curricula) ........................................................................77 Technical Standards ...................................................................................158 Course Numbering System...........................................................................160 Course Descriptions ...................................................................................161 University Directory ....................................................................................228 Index .........................................................................................................249This catalog is an official publication of Johnson & Wales University. As such, it is subject to revision at any time.The university reserves the right to add, withdraw or revise any course, program of study, provision or requirementdescribed within the catalog as may be deemed necessary.Occasionally, program requirements will vary by the printing date of the catalog. Requirements stated in the editionpublished closest to the September enrollment date will take precedence.Students should read and fully understand the rules, regulations and policies described in this catalog. Additionally,all enrolled students are expected to be familiar with the contents of the Providence Campus Student Handbook.The Providence Campus Student Handbook contains important information concerning the academic performance andpersonal conduct of students as well as university grievance procedures. It also outlines the conditions under which studentsmay be placed on probation or suspension from the university. The Providence Campus Student Handbook is availableonline at www.jwu.edu. Copies of the handbook are also available at Student Academic & Financial Services.
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  5. 5. Programs of StudyJohn Hazen White School of Arts & SciencesBachelor of Science DegreeCounseling PsychologyCollege of BusinessBachelor of Science DegreeAccountingCreative AdvertisingCriminal JusticeEntrepreneurshipEquine Business Management2Equine Business Management/Riding2Fashion Merchandising & Retail MarketingFinanceFood Service EntrepreneurshipInternational BusinessManagementManagement (accelerated B.S. degree)MarketingSecurity ManagementStrategic AdvertisingPrograms for Undecided Students (track into bachelor’s degree program)Business Administration (one-year program; tracks into College of Business bachelor’s degree)Undeclared (two-year program; tracks into College of Business bachelor’s degree)College of Culinary ArtsThe following associate in science degrees can track into any of the bachelor of science degrees listed to the right.Associate in Science Degree Bachelor of Science DegreeBaking & Pastry Arts 2 Baking & Pastry Arts 1, 2Culinary Arts 2 Culinary Nutrition 1, 2 Food Service Entrepreneurship 2, 31 Student may apply for entrance into these programs by submitting an application to the program director during their sophomore year.2 Program has technical standards. Students with disabilities should contact the Center for Academic Support.3 Offered through the College of Business.4
  6. 6. College of Culinary Arts and The Hospitality CollegeThe following associate in science degrees (College of Culinary Arts) can track into the bachelor of science degrees listed to the right.Associate in Science Degree Bachelor of Science DegreeBaking & Pastry Arts 2 Baking & Pastry Arts and Food Service Management2, 4Culinary Arts 2 Culinary Arts and Food Service Management2, 4The Hospitality CollegeBachelor of Science DegreeHotel & Lodging Management 2International Hotel & Tourism Management 1, 2Restaurant, Food & Beverage Management 2Sports/Entertainment/Event Management 2Travel-Tourism & Hospitality Management 2Programs for Undecided Students (track into bachelor’s degree program)Undeclared 2 (two-year program; tracks into Hospitality College bachelor’s degree)1 Student may apply for entrance into this program by submitting an application to the program director during their freshman year.2 Program has technical standards. Students with disabilities should contact the Center for Academic Support.4 Offered jointly through the College of Culinary Arts and The Hospitality College.School of TechnologyThe following associate in science degrees can track into the bachelor of science degrees listed to the right.Associate in Science Degree Bachelor of Science DegreeComputer Programming Software EngineeringComputerized Drafting Engineering Design & Configuration ManagementRobotic Engineering Technology Electronics EngineeringBachelor of Science Degrees Business/Information Systems Analysis Electronics Engineering Graphic Design & Digital Media Network EngineeringNOTE: Other programs and options are also offered at Johnson & Wales campuses in N. Miami, Fla.; Denver, Colo.;and Charlotte, N.C.Online Learning: The university offers a limited number of online courses. Courses with an online option are identi-fied in the Course Descriptions and Programs of Study sections of the catalog. Policies pertaining to online coursesare available in the Providence Campus Student Handbook. This catalog does not apply to students enrolled in theonline-only degree programs.IMPORTANT NOTE: Certain programs of study at Johnson & Wales University, including equine programs andprograms in the College of Culinary Arts and The Hospitality College, include technical standards in the academicrequirements essential to the program. Students with disabilities should contact the Center for AcademicSupport at 401-598-4660 for information about and descriptions of the applicable technical standards. Also seepages 158–159 for descriptions of the technical standards. 5
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  8. 8. Accreditations & Affiliations Johnson & Wales University (JWU) is accred- • Food Service Education & Secondary Specialited by the New England Association of Schools & EducationColleges, Inc. (NEASC), through its Commission on The following triple certification requiresInstitutions of Higher Education. This accreditation additional fieldwork and an additional eight weeksencompasses the university’s four campuses in of student teaching:Providence, R.I.; North Miami, Fla.; Denver, Colo.; • Elementary Education & Elementary Specialand Charlotte, N.C. Inquiries regarding JWU’s Education & Secondary Special Educationaccreditation status should be directed to the JWU, its faculty, and members of theDirector of Academic Accountability & Initiatives, administrative staff hold affiliations with numerousUniversity Provost’s Office, Johnson & Wales organizations, including:University, One Cookson Place, Sixth Floor,Providence RI 02903; or at 401-598-1345. General University AffiliationsIndividuals may also contact: Commission on Academie FrancaiseInstitutions of Higher Education, New England Academy of International Business Academy of ManagementAssociation of Schools and Colleges, American Association for Higher Education209 Burlington Road, Bedford, MA 01730-1433, American Association of Collegiate Registrars617-271-0022, e-mail: cihe@neasc.org. and Admissions Officers Legal control is vested in the Board of American Association of Presidents ofTrustees of Johnson & Wales University. Independent Colleges and Universities American Association of University Women The university is approved for the training American Bar Associationof veterans. JWU is an institutional member of American Booksellers AssociationService Members Opportunity Colleges. American College of Healthcare Executives The university is authorized under federal law American College Personnel Associationto enroll non-immigrant alien students. American Corporate Counsel Association American Council on Education JWU is listed in the Education Directory American Counseling Associationof Colleges & Universities issued by the U.S. American Culinary FederationDepartment of Education. American Dietetic Association The State of Rhode Island has chartered American Educational Finance AssociationJohnson & Wales University as a nonprofit American Educational Research Associationdegree-granting institution of higher learning. American Hotel & Lodging Association American Hotel & Lodging Education Foundation Johnson & Wales University will make American Institute of Architectsavailable for review to any enrolled or prospective American Institute of Certified Public Accountantsstudent, upon request, a copy of the documents American Institute of Wine and Fooddescribing the institution’s accreditation, approval American Library Associationor licensing. This information may be obtained by American Management Association American Marketing Associationcontacting the Director of Academic Accountability American Payroll Association& Initiatives, University Provost’s Office, Johnson & American Planning AssociationWales University, One Cookson Place, Sixth Floor, American Psychological AssociationProvidence RI 02903; or at 401-598-1345. American Society for Curriculum Development The Providence Campus Culinary Nutrition American Society for Training and Development American Statistical Associationprogram is accredited by the Commission on American Wine SocietyAccreditation for Dietetics Education (CADE) of ASIS Internationalthe American Dietetics Association, 120 South Associated PressRiverside Plaza, Suite 2000, Chicago, IL 60606- Association for the Advancement of6995, 312-899-0040 ext. 5400. The Providence Computing in EducationCampus Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) meets Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE)the standards of education set by CADE. Association for Institutional Research The Master of Arts in Teaching program is Association for Multicultural Counselingaccredited by the Rhode Island Department of and DevelopmentEducation. Graduates of the M.A.T. may apply for Association for Student Judicial Affairsdual certification in one of the following: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)• Elementary Education & Elementary Special Association of College & Research Libraries Education Association of College & University Facility Officers• Elementary Education & Secondary Special Association of College & University Education Telecommunications Administrators• Business Education & Secondary Special Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges Education 7
  9. 9. Association of Independent Colleges & Universities National Association of College & University of Rhode Island AttorneysAssociation of International Education National Association of Administrators College & University Business OfficersAssociation to Advance Collegiate Schools of National Association of Business (AACSB) International College Admissions CounselorsBetter Business Bureau National Association of College StoresBoard of Bar Overseers National Association of Colleges & EmployersBread Bakers Guild of America National Association of Educational ProcurementBusiness Professionals of America National Association of Female ExecutivesBusiness Volunteers for the Arts NAFSA — Association of International EducatorsCampus Compact National Association ofCareer Counselors Consortium Independent Colleges and UniversitiesCenter for Academic Integrity National Association of Social WorkersClub Managers Association of America National Association ofCoalition of Library Advocates Student Financial Aid AdministratorsThe College Board National Association ofCollege & University Professional Association Student Personnel Administrators for Human Resources National Business Educators AssociationConfrerie de la Chaine des Rotisseurs National Commission for Cooperative EducationConsortium of Rhode Island Academic National Conference for Community and Justice & Research Libraries National Council of Teachers of EnglishCooperative Education Association National DECA Inc.Council for the Advancement and Support National Education Association of Education (CASE) National Restaurant AssociationDowntown Security Network National Restaurant Association EducationalEastern Association of Colleges and Employers Inc. FoundationThe Education Partnership National Society for Experiential EducationEducause National Society of Fundraising ExecutivesEmployment Management Association National Staff Development CouncilEscoffier Society New England Association for College AdmissionEuropean Council of Hotel Restaurant Counseling & Institutional Education New England Association for Cooperative EducationEuropean Council of Independent Schools and Field ExperienceFamily, Career and Community Leaders of America New England Association ofForum of Education Abroad College Admissions CounselorsFuture Business Leaders of America New England Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions OfficersFuture Farmers of America New England Association of SchoolsGreater Providence Chamber of Commerce and Colleges Inc. (NEASC)Higher Education Library Information Network New England Board of Higher EducationHigher Education Marketing New England Business Educators AssociationThe Honorable Order of the Golden Toque New England Faculty Development ConsortiumHospitality Resource Partnership of the Downtown New England Innkeepers’ AssociationImprovement District New England Inns and Resorts AssociationInstitute for International Human Resources New England Library AssociationInstitute of International Education New England Library NetworkInstitute of Management Accountants New England Museum Association (NEMA)International Association of Assembly Managers New England Regional Council of Hotel,International Association of Business Communicators Restaurant and Institutional EducationInternational Association of Campus Law New England Resource Center for Higher EducationEnforcement Administrators Northeast Association for Institutional ResearchInternational Association of Culinary Professionals Phi Delta KappaInternational Association of Hotel School Directors Professional Organization & Development NetworkInternational Career Counselors Public Relations Society of AmericaInternational Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Research Chefs Association Institutional Education Rhode Island Association ofInternational Food Service Editorial Council Admissions Officers (RIAAO)International Food Service Executives Association Rhode Island Association of Institutional ResearchersInternational Hotel & Restaurant Association Rhode Island Association ofInternational Special Events Society Student Financial Aid AdministratorsJames Beard Foundation Rhode Island Association of Colleges forJunior Achievement Teacher EducationLandmark Restaurants Advisory Board Rhode Island Bar AssociationLeadership Rhode Island Rhode Island Business Educators AssociationMalaysian American Commission on Rhode Island Campus Compact Education Exchange Rhode Island Catholic Diocese Advisory Board forModern Language Association the Protection of ChildrenMulticultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance Rhode Island Counseling AssociationNational Alliance for Business Rhode Island Criminal Justice Policy BoardNational Association for Counseling and Development Rhode Island Department of EducationNational Association for Developmental Education Rhode Island Higher EducationNational Association of Catering8
  10. 10. Rhode Island Higher Education Telecommunication Organization of American Historians Association Organization of Ancient HistoriansRhode Island Hospitality Association Popular Culture AssociationRhode Island Hospitality Education Foundation Rhode Island Association of Women in EducationRhode Island Library Association Rhode Island Council for the HumanitiesRhode Island Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Rhode Island Foreign Language Association Commission Rhode Island Mathematics Teachers AssociationRhode Island Payroll Association Rhode Island Natural History SurveyRhode Island Registrars Association Rhode Island Teachers of PsychologyRhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants Sigma Xi Scientific Research SocietyRhode Island Student Loan Authority Society for College Science TeachingRhode Island Supreme Court Society for Industrial and Applied MathematicsRhode Island Technology Council Society for the Study of Symbolic InteractionRhode Island Telecommunications Association Society for Technical CommunicationSkills–USA South Asian Literary AssociationSmall Business Development Center Teachers of English to Speakers of Other LanguagesSociety for College and University Planning Teaching English in the Two-Year CollegeSociety for Human Resource Management (SHRM) World History AssociationSociety Organized Against Racism in Higher Education College of Business AffiliationsSociety of Wine Educators Academy of Criminal Justice SciencesUnited States Department of Education Ad Club of BostonUniversity Continuing Education Association (UCEA) Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal JusticeUniversity Risk Management and Insurance Honor Society Association American Accounting AssociationWomen Chefs & Restaurateurs American Advertising FederationWomen’s Foodservice Forum American Collegiate Retailers AssociationWorld Association for Hospitality & Tourism Training American Horse Council American Production and Inventory Control SocietyThe John Hazen White School of Arts American Society of Women Accountants& Sciences Affiliations Association for Enterprise OpportunityAmerican Anthropological Association Association of American CollegesAmerican Association for the Advancement of and Universities Science Association of Certified Fraud ExaminersAmerican Council on the Teaching of Association of Collegiate Entrepreneurs Foreign Language Association of Government AccountantsAmerican Historical Association Association of Private Enterprise EducationAmerican Mathematical Association Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO) of Two-Year Colleges Corporation for Enterprise DevelopmentAmerican Physical Society Costume Society of AmericaAmerican Political Science Association Decision Sciences InstituteAmerican Psychological Association Delta Pi EpsilonAmerican Society for Microbiology Direct Marketing AssociationAmerican Sociological Association Financial Management Association InternationalAssociation for Business Communication Information Systems Audit and Control AssociationAssociation for Educators in Journalism & Institute for Supply Management Mass Communication Institute of Internal AuditorsAssociation for the Study of Food & Society International Textile and Apparel AssociationAssociation for Teachers in Mathematics in Kappa Omicron Nu New England National Association of Tax PreparersAssociation of Psychological Science National Retail FederationAssociation of Teachers of Technical Writing New England Direct Marketing AssociationCollege Composition and Communication Northeastern Association of Criminal JusticeEastern Communication Association SciencesEstuarine Research Federation Providence Downcity Merchants AssociationEuropean Union Studies Association Purchasing Managers Association of Rhode IslandInternational Leadership Association Rhode Island Association of Accounting ProfessorsInternational Phycological Society Sales and Marketing Executives InternationalInternational Visual Sociology Association Small Business AdministrationLabor History Society Society for Human Resource ManagementNational Association of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Society for the Advancement of Management Counselors Society of Governmental Accountants and AuditorsNational Association for Multicultural Education Southeastern New England Ad ClubNational Council of Social Studies United States Dressage FederationNational Council of Teachers of English United States Equestrian FederationNational Council of Teachers of MathematicsNational Science Teachers Association College of Culinary Arts AffiliationsNational Writers’ Guild Académie Culinaire de FranceNew England Education Assessment Network American Academy of ChefsNew England Resource Center for Higher Education American Dietetic AssociationNortheast Association for Clinical Microbiology American Institute of Baking and Infectious Disease American School Food Service Association 9
  11. 11. The Bread Bakers Guild of America National Association of Real Estate AppraisersChaîne des Rôtisseurs: National, R.I. National Committee on Planned Giving and New England Chapters National Council of Compulsive GamblingEuro Gastronomy Societe National Environmental Health AssociationFederation of Dining Room Professionals National Recreation and Parks AssociationFrench Master Chefs Association National Society of Minorities in HospitalityInstitute of Food Technologists National Tour AssociationInternational Food Service Manufacturers Association New England Club Managers AssociationLes Amis d’Escoffier Society New England Educational Assessment NetworkLes Dames d’Escoffier Society New England Franchise AssociationL’Ordre Mondial North American Case Research AssociationNational Association of College Professional Convention Management Association and University Food Service Directors Professional Testing InstituteNational Certification Commission Registered Maine Guide AssociationNational Registry of Food Safety Protection Research Chef’s AssociationNutrition Council of Rhode Island Resort and Commercial Recreation AssociationResearch Chefs Association Roundtable for Women in Food ServiceRetail Bakers Association Society for Advancement of Food Service ResearchRhode Island Dietetic Association Society for Food Service ManagementRhode Island Restaurant Association Society of Parks and Recreation EducatorsServSafe Alcohol Travel Industry Association of AmericaSociete Culinaire PhilanthropiqueWSET Association (Wine & Spirit Education Trust) School of Technology AffiliationsWomen Chefs and Restaurateurs AIGA – The Professional Association for DesignWomen’s Food Service Forum American Conference of Academic DeansWorld Association of Cooks Society American Math Association of Two-Year Colleges American Society for Engineering EducationThe Hospitality College Affiliations Association for Computing MachineryAdventure Travel Trade Association Association of Information Technology ProfessionalsAmerican Camping Association College Art AssociationAmerican Canoe Association Corporate Design FoundationAmerican Society of Association Executives Help Desk InstituteAmerican Society of Travel Agents Industrial Technology Education AssociationAssociation for Casino Educators Institute of Electrical and Electronic EngineersAssociation for University Women International Association of Science and TechnologyAssociation of Luxury Suite Directors for DevelopmentAssociation of Quality Control International Technology Education AssociationClub Managers Association of America Internet Society Academy for Information TechnologyCornell Hotel Society National Business Education AllianceCouncil for Aid to Education National Business Education AssociationCruise Lines International Association New England Association of Technology TeachersDestination Marketing Association NERCOMP – Northeast Regional Computing ProgramEcotourism Society Novell Users InternationalEducational Foundation of the Phi Delta Kappa National Restaurant Association Project Management InstituteEUHOFA (International Association of Providence Macromedia User Group Hotel School Directors) Rhode Island Business Educators AssociationFederation of Dining Professionals Rhode Island Economic Policy CouncilFood Service Consultants International Rhode Island Greater Chamber of CommerceHospitality Finance and Technology Professionals Rhode Island Information Technology AcademyHospitality Information Technology Association Rhode Island Shorthand Reporters AssociationHospitality Sales & Marketing Association International Society for Applied Learning TechnologyInstitute of Behavioral & Applied Management Society of Manufacturing EngineersInstitute of Certified Travel Agents Tech CollectiveInternational Association of Venue Managers Technology Educators Association of New JerseyInternational Food Service AssociationInternational Gaming Institute The Alan Shawn Feinstein GraduateInternational Society of Franchising School AffiliationsInternational Society of Meeting Planners American Association of Colleges forInternational Society of Travel and Tourism Educators Teacher EducationInternational Ticketing Association American Association of School AdministrationLicensed Beverage Education Consortium American Council on Technical EducationMaine Guide Association American Economic AssociationMassachusetts Dietetic Association American Evaluation AssociationMassachusetts Farm Association American Human Resource AssociationMassachusetts Lodging Association American Society for Training & Development —Master Brewers Association of America Bay Colonies ChapterMeeting Professionals International Association for Educational CommunicationsNational Academy Foundation and TechnologyNational Association for Experiential Education Association for Supervision andNational Association for Student Activities Curriculum DevelopmentNational Association of Food Equipment Association of School Business Officials Manufacturing10
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Central and Eastern European Management Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers Development Association (CEEMAN) Eastern College Athletic ConferenceCouncil for Exceptional Children Employment Managers AssociationCouncil for Opportunity for Education FBI National Academy AssociatesCouncil of Graduate Schools Great Northeast Athletic ConferenceEastern Academy of Management Hospitality Resource PartnershipEastern Economic Association Institute for Recruitment of TeachersEducational Finance Association International Association for Property and Evidence Inc.Educational Institute of American Hotel & International Association of Campus Lodging Association Law Enforcement AdministratorsGraduate and Professional School Enrollment International Career Counselors Management Corporation International Law Enforcement EducatorsHospitality Sales & Marketing Association and Trainers Association International Leading Women, Southeastern New England (SENE)International Council on Education for Research Learning Assistance Association of New EnglandInternational Reading Association Learning Disabilities AssociationInternational Society for Technology in Education Massachusetts Council for Learning DisabilitiesMassachusetts Restaurant Association Middle Atlantic Career Counseling AssociationNational Association for Business National Academic Advising Association and Teacher Education National Association for the Advancement of ColoredNational Association of Elementary School Principals People (NAACP)National Association of Graduate Admissions National Association for Campus Activities Professionals National Association of Campus Card UsersNational Association of Secondary School Principals National Association ofNational Association of State Directors of College Admissions Counselors Teacher Education and Certification National Association of College Auxiliary ServicesNational Council of Teachers National Association ofNational Society for the Study of Education Collegiate Directors of AthleticsNew England Assessment Network National Association ofNew England Educational Research Organization Collegiate Women’s Athletic AdministratorsNortheast Human Resources Association National Association of Colleges and EmployersRhode Island Association for Supervision National Association of Division III and Curriculum Development Athletic AdministratorsRhode Island Hospitality Association National Association of Social Workers,Russian Association of Business Education Rhode Island ChapterSociety for Technical Communication National Athletic Trainers AssociationToastmasters International National Basketball Coaches Association National Collegiate Athletic AssociationStudent Affairs/Student Services Affiliations National Criminal Justice Training CouncilAdministrators Promoting Parent Involvement (APPI) National Intramural and Recreation Sports AssociationAmerican Baseball Coaches Association National Organization of WomenAmerican College Counseling Association National Orientation Directors AssociationAmerican College Health Association National Self-Defense Institute — S.A.F.E. ProgramAmerican College of Sports Medicine National Soccer Coaches AssociationAmerican College Volleyball Association National Wellness AssociationAmerican Council on Exercise National Women’s Studies AssociationAmerican Foundation for Suicide Prevention National Wrestling Coaches AssociationAmerican Hockey Coaches Association NCAA Division III Wrestling Coaches AssociationAmerican Society for Law Enforcement Training NCAA/Jamie Benton Men’s BasketballAmerican Volleyball Coaches Association New England Association of CollegeAsperger’s Association of New England and University Housing OfficersAssociated Locksmiths of America Inc. New England Collegiate Wrestling AllianceAssociation for International Educators New England Community Police PartnershipAssociation for Student Conduct Administration New England Holistic Counselors AssociationAssociation of College Administration Professionals New England Library AssociationAssociation of College & University New England Peer Tutor Association Housing Officers International New England Women’s Basketball AssociationAssociation of College & University Mail Service New England Women’s Volleyball AssociationAssociation of College Personnel Administrators North American Association of CommencementAssociation of Fraternity Advisors Officers (NAACO)Association of Higher Education and Disability Northeast Association of College – New England (AHEAD – NE) & University OfficersAssociation of Higher Education Northeast Colleges & Universities Parent/Family Professionals Security Association Inc.Association of Southern Baptist Campus Ministers Northeast Collegiate Volleyball AssociationAssociation of University and College Northeast Multicultural College Administrators Counseling Center Directors AssociationAthletic Publishing Professional Association for Volleyball OfficialsCatholic Campus Ministry Association Providence Human Relations CommissionCollege Athletic Trainers Association Providence Foundation’s Downtown ProvidenceCollege Media Advisors Security NetworkCollegiate Sports Information Directors of America Rhode Island Association forCrisis Prevention Institute Intercollegiate Athletics for Women 11
  13. 13. Rhode Island Association of Sportswriters, Sportscasters and Sports Publicists (Words Unlimited)Rhode Island Career Counselors GroupRhode Island College & University Public Safety DirectorsRhode Island Crime Prevention AssociationRhode Island Hospitality & Tourism Security AssociationRhode Island Police Chiefs AssociationRhode Island Psychological AssociationRhode Island Town/Gown PartnershipRhode Island Women in Higher EducationTrade Show Exhibitors AssociationUSATF/AAU Track & Field/Cross CountryWashington Park FoundationWomen in SportsWomen in Technology InternationalWomen’s Basketball Coaches AssociationWorld Association for Cooperative EducationA description of written arrangements that theuniversity has with other organizations to provide aportion of any university program of study is avail-able upon request. For more information, pleasecontact Student Academic & Financial Services.12
  14. 14. More than Career SuccessTHE JWU DIFFERENCE CAREER-FOCUSED PROGRAMSJohnson & Wales University is a recognized JWU’s educational approach is designed toleader in career education for driven students help students identify a field of interest andseeking a competitive advantage in the acquire the knowledge, skills and experience toglobal economy. Our pioneering education excel in that field. Students develop academicmodel combines academics with hands-on schedules and work experience plans relevantlearning, related work experiences, leader- to their career goals, starting in their firstship opportunities and career services. Our term. To learn more about our undergraduateindustry-experienced faculty brings real-life programs of study in business, hospitality,knowledge to the classroom, adding culinary arts, technology, and arts and sciences,mentorship, networking opportunities and see pages 77–144 or visit www.jwu.edu.current business practices to the academicexperience. The John Hazen White School of Arts & SciencesFounded in 1914, JWU is a nonprofit, private, Today’s employers want employees who,accredited institution with distinct campuses along with specialized job skills, have thein Providence, R.I.; North Miami, Fla.; Denver, ability to think critically, communicate clearly,Colo.; and Charlotte, N.C. More than 17,000 manage ethically and contribute to thestudents from all 50 states and 93 countries community. To meet these needs, JWU offers aare pursuing accredited undergraduate and wide selection of liberal arts courses includinggraduate degrees in business, hospitality, logic, psychology, communication skills, lead-culinary arts, technology and education. ership studies, environmental science andOur graduates join a network of more than ethics. Our students take at least one-third83,000 alumni from 140 countries. of their credits in arts and sciences to help develop the skills necessary for long-termA variety of undergraduate degree programs career progression.permit students to select the educationalpath best suited to their career interests Many courses offered by the School of Artsand objectives. Graduate programs leading & Sciences are designated writing intensiveto the degrees of master of arts in teaching, (WI). The Writing Across the Curriculum pro-master of education, master of business gram at JWU was developed to integrate theadministration and doctor of education are “writing to learn” concept across all majors.also offered at JWU’s Providence Campus. Students are encouraged to use writing bothFor details on these programs, request to learn and to communicate, and as a toolthe graduate and doctoral catalogs or visit to develop and refine skills needed forwww.jwu.edu/graduate. professional success.Other features of the JWU difference include The School of Arts & Sciences offers twoour career-focused programs, hands-on minors (22.5 credits) that are designed tolearning, a suite of career services and a enhance the qualifications of graduates:variety of opportunities for students to build Environmental Sustainability and Technicaltheir leadership skills. Communications. Real-world applications are incorporated in each of these minors, which give students opportunities to develop exper- tise in an area that complements their major. 13
  15. 15. Students at JWU may study a subject in more Three-Term Scheduledepth by electing concentrations. See Page While most schools’ academic calendars are63 for a complete list of the concentrations divided into two semesters, Johnson & Walesoffered. Concentrations vary by campus. University’s academic year is divided into three terms. These 11-week sessions enableTo learn more about the School of Arts & students to take three or four classes at aSciences at JWU, including honors courses, time, instead of the usual four or five.cultural events programming, internships,study abroad and degree programs, visit Upside-Down Curriculumwww.jwu.edu. JWU students take classes in their major from day one. From their first term they areStudy Abroad and International Programming immersed into courses and experiencesJWU responds to the increasingly global directly related to their field of study, whichnature of business by fostering multicultural- also means getting a head start on theirism and providing an international educational career choice.experience. An important component of thisexperience is the opportunity to study abroad. Academic SupportStudents choose from a range of options The Center for Academic Support is dedicatedincluding four-week summer programs, three- to providing students every opportunity formonth spring term programs or four-to-five success by offering tutoring and workshops.month independent exchanges. Each has Students with disabilities can also find assis-its own academic focus and prerequisites. tance with reasonable accommodations atAfter selection into a study abroad program, the center. Certain accommodations requirestudents engage in orientation and academic more time to arrange; students are urged topre-departure work before embarking on their provide as much advance notice as possibleimmersion into foreign cultural and business to the center. These services are availablesettings. In some cases, JWU faculty lead the without extra charge to all Johnson & Walesprogram and travel with students. In other students.cases local hosts lead the program, but inall programs students participate in a rigor-ous study and travel experience. These study LEARNING By DOINGabroad experiences increase students’ global Experiential education plays a major roleawareness as they explore their program’s in every student’s JWU education. Throughspecific academic focus. Course delivery hands-on learning and work experiences relatedconsists of lecture, industry visits and cultural to their field of study, students may learnexcursions. Study Abroad guides eligible stu- more about their chosen field, gain on-the-jobdents to register for the appropriate course(s) experience and develop networking contactsspecific to their program. for future employment. Examples of hands-on learning include internships, study abroad,Visit www.jwu.edu/studyabroad for program community service-learning relevant to theirinformation and applications. Interested field of study, and directed work experiences.students may contact Study Abroad at Applying classroom knowledge to real-life401-598-1406 for personal study abroad settings advances students toward careers bycounseling. developing self-confidence and the skills and knowledge necessary to hit the ground running.In addition to study abroad, students canparticipate in on-campus experiences that Work Experience Programsadd an international component to their Through the types of work experience programseducation. Opportunities vary by campus. described below, JWU students gain valuableContact your campus international advisor career skills by integrating their classroomfor more information. studies with practical work experiences in a field related to their academic and career goals.14
  16. 16. INTERNSHIPS The R.I. SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENTInternships are term-long work experiences CENTER, located in the Richmond Building,in a student’s field of study for which the houses a resource center for students, entre-student earns academic credit. Internships preneurs and small businesses. The center• are conducted in a university-approved, provides small businesses space, technology professional setting under supervision and access to business professionals and students. Projects range from developing• meet specific educational objectives based websites to creating marketing plans to on the academic program requirements full-scale business strategy planning.• are generally administered and monitored by Experiential Education & Career Services The JOHNSON & WALES INN, located in• may be paid or unpaid nearby Seekonk, Mass., and open to the• provide an in-depth work experience in a public, provides culinary, hotel and restau- professional role at the employer’s organi- rant interns with experience in all areas of zation. Students have the opportunity to hotel operations. Culinary and hotel interns develop professional skills and positive are also exposed to food service operations work-related habits while gaining first-hand in Audrey’s Restaurant and in banquet and insight into an organization’s operation. room service departments.DIRECTED WORK EXPERIENCES Equine students study horse care andDirected work experiences provide an oppor- management at the CENTER FOR EQUINEtunity to apply newly acquired skills and STUDIES, a JWU-owned stable, paddock andknowledge in a supervised, non-paid industry ring in Rehoboth, Mass., reserved for thesetting. The experience focuses on a specific university’s exclusive use, with limited spaceindustry-based or functional area-based project. for students to board their own horses.Refer to specific programs of study on Pages In SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY LABS including77–144 for examples of the work experiences the Feinstein Center for Technology & Design,that JWU provides its students. Opportunities students perform graphics, Web, programming,to participate vary by campus. networking, database and other technology- based services for a number of clients.University-owned or -operated PracticumEducational Facilities In UNIVERSITY FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING,Unlike other colleges and universities, JWU is accounting students have the opportunity toin a unique position to offer students hands-on gain experience in a variety of accounting andlearning in a variety of industry-related busi- financial functions including student payroll,nesses. The following practicum educational accounts payable, accounting clerk functionsfacilities are owned or operated by JWU and in inventory and sales reporting, generalprovide students with internships in their field ledger, financial reporting and budgeting,of study. and accounting cycle functions.The RADISSON HOTEL PROVIDENCE AIRPORT, The food service industry spans a range oflocated in Warwick, R.I. near T.F. Green State operational facilities and outlets. Johnson &Airport, offers internships in restaurant, food Wales University provides a variety of foodservice and lodging operations. service outlets that serve as practicum edu- cational facilities for students participatingIn the T.F. Green State Airport, the university’s in internships. The spectrum of food serviceINFORMATION BOOTH helps travelers to operations varies from high quantity, volumeRhode Island find their way to the state’s production to specialized coffee and retailbest attractions, as well as lodging and trans- outlets. Some of the practicum educationalportation options. Staffed by travel-tourism facilities available for internships include:internship students, this facility serves thepublic in a unique way. 15
  17. 17. CITY BURGER, located at the corner of Experiential Education & Career ServicesChestnut and Pine streets, is the best place components includeto grab a fresh-ground hamburger, hand-cut • a career capstone course for juniors andfries and a milkshake. seniors that prepares them to navigate the job search process.HARBOR VIEW at the Harborside Campus is a • career workshops that allow students toquantity-food facility. It serves a wide variety select specific skill-building topics.of fresh foods daily. • networking opportunities with industry professionals through on-campus recruitingMARKET PLACE is located in the John Hazen events.White Center at the corner of Pine and Chestnutstreets. It serves great food cooked to order, • career coaching resources providingand features Nature’s Bounty Grill, where all personalized advising on a variety ofitems are sustainable, all natural or organic. career-related topics. • work experience programs designed toRED SAUCE PIzzA & PASTA, located in the provide practical experience in a student’sAcademic Center at the Harborside Campus, chosen field of study while they earnis the new lunch, dinner and late-night dining academic credit.option. The menu features made-to-order • online job postings by employers who arepastas, grilled pizzas, calzones, sandwiches looking to hire students for part-time andand farm fresh salads. full-time jobs (on and off campus) as well as internships. Go to http://link.jwu.edu >SNOWDEN DINING CENTER is located on Careers > Find a Job.Weybosset Street, and specializes in a • hundreds of employers, representing thevariety of grilled and made-to-order items business, hospitality, culinary and technol-and signature sandwiches. ogy fields, that visit campus each year to participate in recruiting events and serveSTARBUCKS® store, operated by Johnson & as guest lecturers and classroom speak-Wales University pursuant to a license fromStarbucks Corporation, is located next to City ers. These activities provide students withBurger at the corner of Chestnut and PIne a real-world view of industry as well asstreets. A second Starbucks store is located opportunities to connect with industryon the Harborside Campus. Menu items professionals and career options.include coffee, tea and pastry selections. LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIESThe WEYBOSSET STREET CAFÉ, located onthe corner of Page and Weybosset streets, Clubs and Organizationsfeatures a variety of sandwiches, personal Student Activities provides many ways forpizzas, juices and energy drinks. students to connect with their campus. More than 110 clubs and organizations rangeCAREER SERvICES from cultural arts, academic and community service to leadership programs, studentAt JWU, we’re dedicated to building careers. government and Greek life.Unlike other universities, our approach isdesigned to help students identify a field of Participating in a student club or organizationinterest and acquire the knowledge, skills helps students build their leadership skillsand experience to excel in that field. and career-related experience while making friends and taking part in activities they’reExperiential Education & Career Services passionate about. See Page 75 or visitoffers a variety of internship programs and www.jwu.edu/studentlife and click on Getcareer services to assist students in building Involved to find out more.career skills to obtain employment and inde-pendently navigate their careers.16
  18. 18. Leadership Development Center In addition, the center helps oversee andIn addition to academic courses, one of the implement the universitywide Communityuniversity’s priorities is to equip students to Leadership Initiative, designed to developbe strong, ethical leaders in industry and in students into community leaders and totheir communities. Working with the Feinstein model community leadership as an institutionCommunity Service Center to develop leader- in alignment with the university’s strategicship initiatives on the Providence Campus, initiatives.the Leadership Development Center providesopportunities for students to complementtheir classroom education with the leader-ship knowledge, skills and abilities necessaryto succeed in a competitive workplace. Thecenter also provides leadership training tointernal and external constituents.Community Service-Learning (CSL)Community service is integral to oureducational philosophy; students at theProvidence Campus performed more than100,000 hours of community service workduring the 2009–10 academic year. Thecampus has been named to the President’sHigher Education Community Service HonorRoll and has also been recognized by theCarnegie Foundation for the Advancementof Teaching for its work in the Rhode Islandcommunity.As part of the Feinstein Enriching AmericaProgram, undergraduate students participatein CSL. CSL applies career skills and class-room concepts to real-life challenges facedby community-based organizations and localschools.The Feinstein Community Service Center• offers support for student-initiated service effort and volunteerism• implements co-curricular programming for staff and students in conjunction with Student Activities, National Student Organizations and the Leadership Development Center• encourages volunteer and in-kind assistance for community-based organizations and local schools• develops civic initiatives to address community needs. 17
  19. 19. About Johnson & Wales UniversityHISTORy OF THE UNIvERSITy A new career emphasis was introduced at JWU in 1972 and 1973, when the universityThe special approaches to career education announced the addition of new associateat Johnson & Wales University (JWU) have degree programs in the fields of hospitalityevolved for more than 90 years and continue and culinary arts. This proved to be one of theto adapt as the university responds to the most far-reaching changes in the educationalchanging needs of business and industry. expansion of the university, leading toJWU was founded as a business school in additional two- and four-year degree programs1914 in Providence, R.I. by Gertrude I. Johnson in the hospitality and food service fields.and Mary T. Wales. From its origins as aschool devoted to business education, JWU In 1984, a JWU campus was established inhas grown to a junior college, to a senior Charleston, S.C., which offered a variety ofcollege, and ultimately to university status. two- and four-year programs in food service, hospitality and travel-tourism. A JWU campusThe university is well established because opened in Norfolk, Va. in 1986. It offeredof its strong commitment to specialized one- and two-year food service programs.business education and the high ideals ofits founders. In 1993, JWU received regional In 1985, graduate degree programs wereaccreditation from the Commission on Institu- introduced at the university. Today the Alantions of Higher Education of the New England Shawn Feinstein Graduate School offers anAssociation of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). MBA degree program with optional concentra-Accredited since 1954 by the Accrediting tions in accounting and hospitality, as well asCouncil for Independent Colleges and Schools an M.S. degree program in criminal justice.(ACICS), the university consolidated its insti- It also offers an M.A.T. in Teacher Educationtutional accreditation efforts under NEASC on leading to certification in business education,June 30, 2000. culinary arts, food service education, elemen- tary education, elementary special educationIn 1963, the State of Rhode Island granted or secondary special education, as well as ana charter which authorized the university M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning and an Ed.D.to operate as a nonprofit, degree-granting in Educational Leadership.institution of higher learning and to awardassociate degrees in the arts and sciences. In 1992, a joint educational agreementIn 1970, the State of Rhode Island approved allowed the university to begin programsa revision in the university’s charter to award on the campus of the Institute of Higherbaccalaureate degrees. In 1980, the governor Marketing (IHM) Business School in Göteborg,and General Assembly of the State of Rhode Sweden. JWU established a formal, indepen-Island granted a legislative charter to dent learning site there from 1994–2004,the university, authorizing the awarding of giving business and hospitality students theadvanced degrees. opportunity to complete one year of study in Sweden and finish their degrees at one of theThe charter was amended in 1988, changing university’s domestic campuses.the institution’s name to Johnson & WalesUniversity. In 1992, the governor of the State Also in 1992, JWU opened a campus in Northof Rhode Island signed into law a new legisla- Miami, Fla., offering two- and four-year foodtive charter with university status. service, business and hospitality programs.18
  20. 20. That year also marked the university’s formal In keeping with its tradition of focusing on theestablishment of the College of Business, best interests of students and respondingThe Hospitality College, the College of to industry, it was determined in April 2006Culinary Arts and the School of Technology. that beginning with the 2008–2009 academicA new emphasis on general studies was intro- year, JWU’s College of Business and The Hos-duced in 1992 as well, with the development pitality College would move away from offeringof the School of Arts & Sciences. associate degrees and instead have students customize their education through specializa-The university’s School of Technology also tions or concentrations at the baccalaureateoffered courses in Worcester, Mass. from level alone. This decision did not impact the1992–2002. College of Culinary Arts and the School of Technology where the two-year degree contin-In 1993, JWU opened a campus in Vail, Colo., ues to be relevant.which offered an accelerated associate degreeprogram in culinary arts to college graduates. In 2009–2010 JWU recruited, admitted andThat year also marked the beginning of a four- enrolled the entering class for the onlineyear bachelor’s degree offering in culinary arts. bachelor’s degree programs in Culinary Arts and Food Service Management and Baking &In 1995, the university created an International Pastry Arts and Food Service Management. InHotel & Tourism Management program which September 2010 students started in the fullyoffers unprecedented opportunities in interna- online programs.tional hotel management education. Studentsfrom around the world may choose from a JWU’s Denver Campus also launched its Adultvariety of options both at JWU and abroad. & Continuing Education program in September 2010.Technology programs offered by the universityinclude Engineering Design and Configuration Each year the university grows in programManagement, Graphic Design & Digital Media, offerings and physical facilities. At the sameNetwork Engineering, Robotic Engineering time, JWU also grows in recognition and pres-Technology and Software Engineering. tige, making contributions to the community, government and industry.September 2000 marked the opening of theDenver, Colo. campus, which offers two- andfour-year degrees in baking & pastry arts,culinary arts, hospitality, business and criminaljustice, as well as the “Garnish Your Degree”accelerated associate degree program origi-nally offered in Vail. In 2000, the Vail Campuswas merged with the Denver Campus.In 2002, the university made a strategic deci-sion to consolidate its smaller Charleston andNorfolk campuses to build a campus in Char-lotte, N.C. JWU’s Charlotte Campus opened infall 2004 and offers associate and bachelor’sdegree programs in business, culinary artsand hospitality. The Charleston and Norfolkcampuses officially closed in May 2006. 19
  21. 21. THE MISSION STATEMENT OF THE CORE vALUESUNIvERSITy Johnson & Wales University isThe mission of Johnson & Wales University Student Centeredis to empower its diverse student body to We are strongly student centered, stressingsucceed in today’s dynamic world by integrat- personal development as well as careering general education, professional skills management skills.and career-focused education. To this end,the university employs its faculty, services, Experientially Basedcurricula and facilities to equip students with We integrate hands-on learning with athe conceptual and practical tools required to career-focused curriculum, to enable ourbecome contributing members of society. students to gain real-world experience.PURPOSES OF THE UNIvERSITy Industry Relevant We are industry relevant, focusing both onJohnson & Wales University supports the the needs of our students and the needs offollowing purposes in accordance with the our students’ future employers.mission:•to enroll students with potential from varied Employment Focused backgrounds and to give them every opportu- Our business is developing employment-ready, nity to excel in their academic and profes- motivated graduates for world-class employers. sional lives;•to develop and assess sound programs and Globally Oriented curricula that allow students to attain profi- We respond to the increasingly global nature of ciencies in general education and relevant business by fostering multiculturalism and pro- professional disciplines; viding an international educational experience.•to evaluate and assess regularly the rigor of all academic programs; OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT STATEMENT•to provide experiential education opportuni- OF PURPOSE ties that are curriculum-driven and include practical experiences for students in every The definition of a well-educated college program; graduate will continue to evolve throughout•to support diversity in the curricula, this new millennium. In accordance with our activities and services for students, and in mission to empower students to succeed in the employment of faculty and staff; today’s dynamic world, and to become contrib-•to provide students with opportunities that uting members of society, Johnson & Wales support intellectual development, personal University integrates general education, profes- growth and civic engagement; sional skills and career-focused education.• to monitor the external and internal environ- ment of the university through regular and Johnson & Wales University is committed to effective planning and assessment; outcomes assessment. Faculty and students•to hold each academic, administrative and are therefore part of an ongoing effort to support department accountable for the determine and refine the effectiveness of achievement of the mission; instruction and learning.•to plan for and provide facilities and resources that meet the needs of students, faculty and staff.20
  22. 22. The Providence CampusTHE CITy The nearby Harborside Campus sits on 80 scenic acres along Narragansett Bay, andProvidence offers big-city sophistication on houses the College of Culinary Arts, thea welcoming scale, and is often voted one of Alan Shawn Feinstein Graduate School, thethe country’s best places to live. A historic Harborside Recreation Center (home of theyet fast-paced city, Providence is located NCAA Division III Wildcats), and the Culinarywithin the highest per capita concentration of Arts Museum at JWU. Residential facilities arecolleges and universities in the U.S., so it’s located throughout Providence and Cranston.alive with things to do. JWU provides free shuttle bus service between the campuses and residence halls.The major business, financial and retail dis-tricts of the city are all within walking distance Academic Facilities and Administrativeof the Downcity Campus, which is convenient Offices — Downcity Campusfor students who want to look for part-time THE ACADEMIC CENTER at 138 Mathewsonjobs. Also within walking distance are the Street houses the School of Technology andProvidence Performing Arts Center, Providence features classrooms; the media/graphicsPublic Library, Dunkin’ Donuts Center, Rhode department; computer, engineering and sci- ence laboratories; faculty offices; the dean’sIsland Convention Center, Trinity Repertory office, Alan Shawn Feinstein Technology &Company, Providence Place, outdoor skating Design Center, and the School of Technologyat the Bank of America City Center, the Rhode Presentation Room.Island State House, Rhode Island School ofDesign, Brown University and places of wor- THE CITIzENS BANK CENTER FOR STUDENTship of many major religious denominations. INVOLVEMENT at 232 Weybosset StreetRestaurants for every taste and budget, many houses Student Activities (including theowned or operated by JWU alumni, can be Campus Herald and Johnsonian yearbookfound throughout the city as well. offices), Greek Councils, New Student Orientation & Support Programs, ParentProvidence’s unique geographic location — Relations and Spiritual Life.only an hour’s drive from both Boston andCape Cod, and three hours’ drive from New COOKSON PLACE, located at One WeybossetYork City — makes it an inviting place to live. Hill, houses the central administration officeInterstate bus and train stations are within of the university on the sixth floor. It is alsoeasy reach of the Downcity Campus, and the home of the University Bookstore, locatedthe state airport in Warwick is only about 10 on the first floor.miles to the south. The Rhode Island PublicTransit Authority (RIPTA) provides free trans- 3 DAVOL SQUARE, located at the corner ofportation within Rhode Island to students Point and Eddy streets, contains Universitywith a valid ID. Alumni Relations, the University Creative Services Group, University Admissions and National Student Organizations.THE CAMPUS THE DEL SESTO BUILDING, located atThe Downcity Campus is anchored by Gaebe 274 Weybosset Street, houses InformationCommons, a popular hub of student activity, Technology Operations.and surrounded by a variety of shops, restau-rants, cafés, music venues and a picturesque The JOHN HAzEN WHITE CENTER FOR ARTS & SCIENCES, located at 30 Chestnut Streetriverfront. This campus is home to students (the corner of Pine and Chestnut streets),in the College of Business, The Hospitality contains the departments of English, EnglishCollege, the School of Technology and the as a Second Language (ESL), Humanities,School of Arts & Sciences. 21
  23. 23. Mathematics and Social Sciences, as well as The XAVIER COMPLEX, located at 259 Pinethe Language Laboratory and Arts & Sciences Street at Broad and Claverick streets, housesclassrooms. It also houses the Market Place classrooms, faculty offices, a variety ofcampus dining facility, Inactive Records, the computer and word processing labs, andCenter for Academic Support for the Downcity Xavier Auditorium. This complex also housesCampus, the Leadership Development The Hospitality College and most of theCenter, Experiential Education & Career College of Business.Services for the Downcity Campus, the dean’soffice and faculty offices. The Hospitality College deans, chairs and faculty reside on the lower three floors.JOHNSON HALL, located at 59 Chestnut The Statler Dining Room, a hospitality kitchenStreet, includes the Accounting department, lab, is on the first floor.faculty offices, several accounting classrooms,City Burger (a snack bar and grill for students, The College of Business deans, andfaculty and staff) and Starbucks®. chairs and faculty for the Equine Studies, Management, Marketing and Legal StudiesThe RICHMOND BUILDING is located at departments reside on the upper three floors.270 Weybosset Street. It currently housesInformation Technology, Campus Dining Xavier Hall in the Xavier Complex includes(including Student ID cards), the Employee an interdenominational chapel and theDevelopment Institute, and the Rhode Island Intercultural Center, Online Learning, as wellSmall Business Development Center. as a residence hall with laundry facilities.The administrative and operations headquar- THE YENA CENTER, located at 111 Dorranceters for CAMPUS SAFETY & SECURITY are Street in Downcity Providence, houseslocated at 264 Weybosset Street. the Office of the President and Providence Administration, main library and library admin-The STUDENT SERVICES CENTER, located at istrative offices, Admissions (except Culinary),274 Pine Street, houses Student Academic Alumni Relations for the Providence Campus,& Financial Services, International Student Advancement Relations for the ProvidenceServices and Study Abroad. Campus, Communications and Media Relations, Catering and Special Events, andThe TACO CENTER FOR BUSINESS AND ARTS the university’s Accounts Payable, Accounting& SCIENCES, located at 10 Abbott Park Place, and Procurement.houses classrooms and faculty offices for theEconomics department, the Science depart- Academic Facilities and Administrativement and the Larry Friedman International Offices — Harborside CampusCenter for Entrepreneurship. The Alan Shawn THE CUISINART CENTER FOR CULINARYFeinstein Community Service Center and the EXCELLENCE, located at 333 ShipyardHonors Program office are on the fifth floor. Street, is where the College of Culinary Arts is based. This also includes College ofWALES HALL, located at 8 Abbott Park Place, Culinary Arts faculty offices, the deans’ andhouses the fitness center, shower and locker administrative offices, the Coors Brewingrooms on the lower level; the Pepsi Forum Laboratory and the International Baking &auditorium, Student Payroll, Health Education Pastry Institute.and the Gender Equity Center on the first floor.The second floor houses the Chancellor’s The center includes hot and cold kitchens,Office, Counseling Services and Community bakeshops and pastry shops, dining rooms,Relations. The third floor houses Health meatcutting and meat processing rooms,Services for the Downcity Campus. The fourth receiving and storeroom, an oenology andand fifth floors are home to JWU’s Human beverage service laboratory, and culinaryResources and Payroll. purchasing offices.22
  24. 24. The DAVID FRIEDMAN CENTER, located at THE FRIEDMAN CENTER, located at 3211 Washington Avenue, includes College of Harborside Boulevard, houses several studentCulinary Arts faculty offices, hot and cold services that have been located together forkitchens, bakeshops and pastry shops, student convenience.a dining room, receiving and storeroom. These offices and their hours of operation areThe GRACE WELCOME CENTER at 120 Residential LifeHarborside Boulevard is the new location Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.for Culinary and Graduate Admissions. The Experiential Education & Career Servicesfacility includes a 70-seat presentation room, Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Galleria of Culinary Artifacts, conference room Student Academic & Financial Servicesand welcome area, as well as staff office Monday–Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.space. Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to noon (first Saturday ofHARBOR VIEW, located at 1150 Narragansett each month)Boulevard in Cranston, houses a large studentdining hall, kitchen and bakeshop labs and aresidence hall with laundry facilities. Also located in this building are the Alan Shawn Feinstein Graduate School, theThe HARBORSIDE ACADEMIC CENTER (HAC), Center for Academic Support, the Culinaryat 265 Harborside Boulevard houses depart- Arts Museum at JWU, the Harborside Campusment faculty offices for the John Hazen White Library, Printing & Mailing Services, theSchool of Arts & Sciences, as well as the Harborside Substation of Campus Safety &department chairs of culinary arts, food Security, the warehouse, the administrativeservice and academic studies. offices of Facilities Management, Facilities Engineering and Maintenance, two classroomsAcademic facilities include classrooms, and offices on the second floor.the chocolate and sugar lab, the baking tech-nology lab and the university’s Harborside THE ALUMNI HOUSE, at 1146 NarragansettBookstore (operated by Barnes & Noble Boulevard in Cranston, is utilized forCollege Bookstores Inc.). CAFE, the Culinary distinguished visiting professor lodging.Arts Foodservice Exposition, is an addition tothe Harborside Academic Center and features University Library Networkstate-of-the-art kitchens and laboratories, The Johnson & Wales University Librarybakeshops, a food science and product Network is comprised of the libraries of thedevelopment lab, and the Cintas Dining Room Providence, R.I.; North Miami, Fla.; Denver,used by culinary arts students. HAC also Colo.; and Charlotte, N.C. campuses.contains a Starbucks®, Red Sauce Pizza An important aspect of the network is the& Pasta, the University Office of Culinary access it provides to resources, servicesEducation, microbiology lab, a multimedia and facilities shared by the Higher Educationcenter, the H.A.C. Amphitheater, Culinary Library Information Network (HELIN), a consor-Special Services and the Harborside Computer tium of academic, law, and health sciencesCenter, containing 156 computers, five com- libraries in southern New England. Johnson &puter labs and an administrative staff area. Wales University Library is also a key partner with the university’s academic programs inThe HARBORSIDE RECREATION CENTER, the enhancement of student research skillslocated at 305 Shipyard Street, houses through the delivery of classroom instruction,Health Services for the Harborside Campus, online information literacy tutorials, Web-basedAthletics, two gymnasiums, student life pro- guides customized to the research outcomesgramming space, game room, fitness center, of specific courses and curricula, plus person-Student Activities, the Office of the Vice alized reference services delivered to studentsPresident of Student Affairs, Student Conduct in person, over the phone, through e-mail,and a convenience store. online chat, or SMS. In addition, the library hosts the Scholar’s Archive@JWU (http://scholarsarchive.jwu.edu), an open 23
  25. 25. access digital commons dedicated to preserv- Culinary Arts Museum at Johnson & Walesing and promoting examples of scholarly or Universityartistic works produced at or belonging to the Located in The Friedman Center atuniversity. 315 Harborside Boulevard on the Harborside Campus, the Culinary Arts Museum at JWUThe main Johnson & Wales University Library is an educational resource for Johnson &facility in Providence occupies the first two Wales University, the community-at-large, foodfloors of The Yena Center at 111 Dorrance scholars and the food service industry. TheStreet. It houses the largest of the University Culinary Arts Museum at JWU seeks to bothLibrary Network’s book, periodical and audio- preserve and interpret the broad culinary andvisual resource collections, as well as the hospitality heritage addressed by the univer-administrative offices of the university dean sity. It is a showcase for the work of students,of libraries. Other resources include access faculty, alumni and distinguished visiting chefs.to numerous online databases, computer Through exhibitions and special events, theworkstations, group study rooms, private museum strives to interpret the evolution ofstudy carrels, soft seating, an electronic food preparation and presentation, the devel-classroom and wireless Internet connectivity opment of culinary equipment and technology,throughout the facility. During the academic the diverse menus offered and the placesyear the library’s hours are Monday through where people dine.Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to midnight; Friday,7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to Current and upcoming exhibits include7 p.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. to midnight. “Diners: Still Cookin’ in the 21st Century,”Professional reference services are available “Serving the World with Worcester DiningMonday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Cars,” “Country Fair to Culinary Olympics,”Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and “Kitchen Stoves and Ranges: From the OpenSunday, 2 to 10 p.m. Note that schedules Hearth to the Microwave,” and “Dinner at theare subject to change during exam weeks, White House.”term breaks, holidays and over the summer. Operated by JWU, admission to the museum isLibrary collections and services at the free for JWU students, staff and faculty.Harborside Campus are located in TheFriedman Center at 321 Harborside Computer LaboratoriesBoulevard and primarily support the curricula Johnson & Wales University has computerfor the College of Culinary Arts, with ancil- labs available for students to use e-mail,lary resources available for the Alan Shawn Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, jwuLinkFeinstein Graduate School. Like its downcity and more. Additional labs are available toaffiliate, this facility provides access to online students enrolled in classes that teachdatabases, computer workstations, group specialty software or technology.study rooms and wireless Internet connectiv-ity, as well as numerous books, periodicals Students must have an active JWU e-mailand audiovisual resources. In addition, this account to access lab computers. Documentslibrary holds an important collection number- can be saved to student-acquired USB drivesing in the thousands of restaurant menus or documents can be attached to and sentfrom around the world. Hours of operation through e-mail. Students cannot save files ontoduring the academic year are Monday through computers in the labs.Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to midnight; Friday,7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to Lab hours and a complete list of software7 p.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. to midnight. installed at each location are available atProfessional reference services are available www.jwu.edu. Click on Student Life, thenMonday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.; select the Providence Campus.Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to3 p.m. and Sunday, 2 to 10 p.m.24