Use the name of the city where the campus is located, and not the state.Providence Campus, North Miami Campus,Denver Campus and Charlotte Campus
When referencing a single campus (e.g., the North Miami Campus), “campus” is capitalized.
When referencing two or more campuses (e.g., the Providence and North Miami campuses), “campuses” is lowercased.
When referencing multiple campuses, list them in the order in which they were founded (Providence, North Miami, Denver and Charlotte).
In charts and graphs, abbreviate the campuses as follows:
Refer to the North Miami, Denver and Charlotte campuses as regional campuses, or individually as a regional campus. Do not refer to these campuses as “branches” or “satellites.”
When referring to a campus by location, never use Johnson & Wales at Denver, at Providence, etc. Instead use:
Denver Campus of Johnson & Wales University, Johnson & Wales University’s Denver Campus OR JWU’s Denver Campus.
When listing the locations (city and state) for all four campuses, as is done on JWU letterhead, include “Colo.” after Denver.
When listing campus locations by city and state, do not use the postal abbreviations for the states (RI, FL, CO and NC). Use the correct state abbreviations (R.I., Fla., Colo., and N.C.). See the State and Postal Abbreviations section for more information. This rule should be followed in all cases, and exceptions should not be made even for design purposes.
JWU’s Providence Campus has two distinct locations: the Harborside Campus and the Downcity Campus (not the Downtown Campus).
Possessive Singular: When referring to one campus, use campus’.Providence Campus’ Snowden Hall
Plural: When referring to two or more of JWU campuses, use campuses’.The Denver and Charlotte campuses’ marketing programs