Take a look back at our universitywide Centennial Convocation celebration - four campuses and a whole lot of fun:
Class of 2017 students enjoy words of wisdom from President Mim Runey LP.D.Four culinary students are eager to start the academic year.
President Loreen Chant '89 addresses the Class of 2017.Students from the Class of 2017 leave their mark on their class rock in front of the University Center.
President Robin Krakowsky, Ed.D., advises students to maintain strong relations with their families and to take the time to explore the city of Denver and the Rocky Mountain west.Students stand and pledge to uphold the highest degree of character, honesty and integrity as they pursue their JWU degrees.
It is a Charlotte Campus tradition to end Convocation with a class photo. Welcome Class of 2017!New students show their JWU pride as the program begins.
From Business School to Junior College
“Inexhaustible team” leads J&W to new heights — and national accreditation.
‘Students Come First’
Student life and athletics expand along with academics.
Changing Times, Changing J&W
The 1970s bring 4-year degrees and a focus on accessibility.
Culinary Arts and Career Services
Two fledgling programs quickly become JWU signatures.
New Programs for a Thriving Campus
Increasing enrollment fuels campus expansion and academic growth.
Unique Education with Global Reputation
JWU becomes a university and expands beyond Providence.