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Johnson & Wales University-Providence

Enrollment - 2014

  Enrollment - Fall 2014  
Total Enrollment 9,955
Undergraduate Enrollment 9,173
Graduate Enrollment 782
Percent of undergraduate enrollment by gender
Men 40.8 %
Women 59.2 %
Percent of undergraduate enrollment by race/ethnicity
White non-hispanic 55.6 %
Black non-hispanic 10.3 %
Hispanic 10.6 %
Asian or Pacific Islander 1.0 %
American Indian or Alaskan Native 0.2 %
Race-ethnicity Unknown 6.4 %
Non-resident alien 9.8 %
Percent of undergraduate enrollment by attendance status
Full time 93.0 %
Part time 7.0 %

The above information was obtained via the publicly-available Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), operated by the U.S. Department of Education, which compiles self-reported information provided by colleges and universities, for the purpose of making such information openly available to students and parents.

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9/11/2015 11:23:52 PM

ESSAY My Goal and Ambition My name is asif mehmood. I am a young boy of 21 years having good physique. A am a student of 2nd years pre_engneering group at the quaid-e-azam collage in province of Khyber pukhtoon khwa Pakistan.i belong to a respectable family of the said province of Pakistan.we are four brothers and four sisters all of my family are well educated and have studuied upto university level. My three sister and one brother have been married and the last one sister as a student of M.A final and B.Ed (bechlor of education). We are living together as a joint family and entertaining happy life.reading news paper, magazine and net use are include in my hobby.my father in a relation fellow from education department. He is receiving very little pension, which is not enough to meet these expances of our family in these hard time. I am very fond of reading. In SSc exam I have obtained 904 marks out of 1050 marks and thus I have got A-1 grade. After passing F.SC I want to approve my knowledge more and more and for this purposes I am thinking day and night to join a suitable university of the Europe countries. But my poverty as a big stone in my way of the devolpment of my education. But I am hopefull that one day my fortune will join us and I will succeded in my mission.GOD wishes,and I met a chance for higher education in the foreign countries, quench my education thirst and hope that I will show brilliant result insha allah.

Katie F.  on 2/20/2014 7:27:44 PM

I currently attend Johnson & Wales for Sport/Entertainment/Event Management. I LOVE this school! The staff is knowledgable and are all industry professionals. The professors and staff are always encouraging us and providing us with opportunities in our industries. The professors go above and beyond to get to know their students. I have received several jobs and internships through my professors' connections. The school does a great job preparing its students for the business world. My friends that attend other colleges say that they wish they got the same guidance and training that I did when it came to business interviews, resumes, and financial responsibility.Another thing that I love about this school is that it is extremely diverse. You can meet all kinds of people there, and be accepted for who you are. The students are all very friendly and welcoming. This school goes by a trimester system which is AWESOME! The courses are just long enough to cover the material thoroughly (11weeks) without overkill. As a student, I receive two weeks off at Thanksgiving, two weeks off for winter break, and two weeks off at the end of February because of trimesters (...6 weeks of vacation where semester schools only get 4 for winter and one for spring = only 5 weeks). This University is a culinary school, so all of the food in the dining halls is DELICIOUS. I love this school, and would recommend it to everyone! **PLUS THERE'S NO SCHOOL ON FRIDAYS!** (They leave Friday's open for culinary labs, and for the rest of the students to "go out into the business world for experience" ...or just have Fridays off!)

Brittney W.  on 1/18/2010 1:25:08 PM

I went and visited this school and got to experience cooking in the kitchens. This school is amazing! It's hands on learning and has a low ratio of students to teachers. I've been accepted to this school and I can't wait to attend.

Ashley H.  on 7/31/2009 3:50:20 PM

Gorgeous School!