Credit transfer info

Considering JWU and wondering if your credits will transfer? Use the Transfer Evaluation System (TES) to find out.

Future Students

It all starts here

At Johnson & Wales University, we want you to imagine everything your future can be. And then we’ll help you work toward it — because when you work, so does your education. With campuses in Providence, North Miami, Denver, and Charlotte, each with distinct offerings, your options are as open as your potential.

Will my credits transfer?

Selecting a Major

Whether you know exactly what you are looking for, or want to explore different areas of interest, the JWU academic search tool will help you do both. With over 80 program options, there are infinite outcomes.

Majors & Degrees

Affording JWU

We work to ensure that your education is not just a valuable investment it's a financially attainable goal. Our financial aid team helps families invest in an experience that guides students towards success.

Paying for College

Submitting your Application

Building a life you'll love starts here. Begin your path towards a lifetime of success by completing your no-fee application now. JWU offers both early action and rolling admissions options. Whether submitting online or in print, the process takes less than 30 minutes to complete. Get started!

Apply to JWU

Application Requirements / Transfer
  1. Completed application  there is no application fee!
  2. Johnson & Wales is test optional but encourages submission of all test scores
  3. High school transcripts
  4. College transcripts if applying for transfer credits
  5. Home School Verification (PDF) (if applicable)
FAQs / Transfer

What do I need to apply?

Students must complete the standard undergraduate admissions requirements.

How much does it cost to apply to JWU?

There is no fee when applying to Johnson & Wales University.

What is the application deadline for admission?

JWU accepts applications on a rolling basis, so there is no deadline to apply. You are encouraged, however, to submit your application along with applicable high school and college transcripts as early as possible.

Do you require ACT or SAT scores?

ACT or SAT scores are optional for general admission. Scores from at least one of these tests however, are required for Honors admission.

What are the criteria for transferring credits?

Transfer credit evaluations are based on previous college work as it relates to your intended field of study. Credit is usually granted for courses completed with a grade of “C” or better (with a numeric value of 2.00) at another accredited institution (recognized by the U.S. Department of Education). Grades of “pass” are also acceptable for transfer if credit was awarded (and a grade of “P” has the numeric value of 2.00 or greater). Credits earned in developmental and remedial courses or CEUs are nontransferable.

How is the JWU school year structured?

We enroll classes in terms for:

  • September
  • December
  • March
  • Certain programs also accept applicants for the June term. Contact your campus of interest to inquire.

What financial information do I need to send?

Are you entering in any term other than September? If so, you must submit a financial aid transcript from every school you attended after high school – even if you did not receive aid at the other school(s). Contact the financial aid office at each school and request that they forward an official financial aid transcript to JWU’s Student Financial Services.

More Reasons to Choose JWU


Student Support Services

JWU believes every student should have the tools they need to get a great college education.

Student Support Services


Experiential Education

We connect you to employers and professional development opportunities for a successful career start.

Experiential Education


Faculty with industry experience

With JWU's unique approach to education, you work closely with faculty who have expertise in their own unique disciplines.

JWU Faculty

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Johnson & Wales University
8 Abbott Park Place
Providence, RI 02903

Yena Center (Undergraduate Admissions)
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Providence, RI 02903

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Denver, CO 80220


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Charlotte, NC 28202


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To inquire about the admissions process or general program-related questions, contact:

Katie Spolidoro

All Other Inquiries
Maureen Stenberg

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8 Abbott Park Place
Providence, RI 02903

Physical address
Center for Physician Assistant Studies
35 Claverick Street
Providence, RI 02903

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