JWU News

No Butts About It: All 4 JWU Campuses Now Tobacco Free

7/5/2016 | As of Friday, July 1, 2016, all 4 of Johnson & Wales University’s campuses are officially tobacco free. Faculty, staff and students assembled on the lawn in front of the Yena Center on JWU’s Providence campus to celebrate becoming the first university in Rhode Island to become tobacco free. JWU joins approximately 1,100 other colleges and universities across the country.

Topics: Providence Denver North Miami Charlotte Campus Life

Two Wildcat Teams are NCAA Tournament Bound

3/1/16 | Both JWU Providence men’s and women's basketball teams have officially advanced to the NCAA tournament.

Topics: Providence Campus Life Athletics

Men's Basketball Debuts in NCAA Regional Rankings

2/16/16 | Providence men's basketball earned the program's first NCAA ranking earlier this month.  Johnson & Wales' men's program is currently ninth in the Northeast Region. The Providence women's program, which is currently tied for first place in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC), also made the cut and is currently ranked seventh. Johnson & Wales is one of only 4 schools to have both of its women's and men's programs in the rankings. 

Topics: Providence Campus Life Athletics

VIDEO: Wishing You a Wildcat Holiday

12/17/15 | As the entire Johnson & Wales University community heads into a much-welcomed holiday break, we’d like to give thanks for a successful year.

We asked Wildcat Willie and a choral supergroup made up of members of the JWU Players and the JWU Vocal Ensemble to set a festive mood with a special JWU version of “Winter Wonderland.”

Topics: Campus Life

Wildcats Win Two GNAC Championships

11/10/15 |November 7 was an exciting day for JWU Providence Athletics as women’s volleyball and men’s soccer both won their respective Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) championships.

Topics: Providence Campus Life

JWU Campuses Welcome their Big Cats

Last year, JWU’s Providence Campus installed its newest symbol of spirit, a massive bronze Wildcat sculpture. Now the university’s regional campuses — North Miami, Denver and Charlotte — are gearing up to welcome their own big cats.

Topics: Campus Life