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COVID-19 Center

Current Status

Last Updated: 3/24/2021

JWU began the first day of classes on Tuesday, January 19, 2021. To accommodate this delayed start, the university has canceled spring break. Limited on-campus activities will be permitted with approval.

Following CDC guidelines, individuals on university property will be asked to practice physical distancing, wear masks and use hand sanitizers available in high traffic areas. Students and faculty must wear masks when on campuses for classes.

The following students were welcomed to campus for the spring semester:

  • Students with classes that require a laboratory component
  • Students on local internships
  • Seniors who wish to come to campus
  • New students, regardless of major (except Denver and North Miami)
  • Returning first-year students who began classes this fall (except Denver and North Miami)

Students enrolled solely in lecture, non-lab academic classes will be taught remotely for the spring semester, as well as all graduate students (with the exception of those enrolled in Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, Occupational Therapy Doctorate, and Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership programs).

Each day, all faculty, staff and students reporting to campus are required to screen their current health conditions by answering the daily COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire, which can be accessed in the JWU Mobile app, jwuLink, or HRpulse. If you receive a green check mark, you will be cleared to be on campus. Students should be prepared to present results from their daily COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire upon request. If a faculty or staff member receives a red check mark, they will need to consult their health care provider and notify their supervisor. Students who receive a red check mark will be asked to reach out Health Services to determine their next steps.

Health & Safety

Johnson & Wales University remains committed to mitigating the risks of COVID-19 and maintaining a positive campus community and online environment for living, learning and working. 

Learn More About Health & Safety

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Support The Overall Well-being of JWU Campuses

All JWU community members must follow these guidelines each and every day.

Read the COVID-19 Conduct Protocol

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“We have found many creative and fun ways to stay connected and engaged ... Let’s do our part to keep our campuses open and keep each other safe."

- Chancellor Mim L. Runey, LP.D.

Read the Chancellor's Message

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Universitywide FAQs

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What is the status of Commencement ceremonies in 2021?

In just a matter of weeks, we will come together in different forms and formats to honor the graduating classes of 2020 and 2021. Please visit JWU's commencement website: commencement.jwu.edu and select your campus to learn the details regarding the commencement plans for each campus.

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What is the status of spring break?

Like so many other colleges, we are also cancelling spring break. This will allow us to complete the academic year as planned.

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Who are first-year students? Who are first-year transfer students?

First-year students are considered to be new students who have enrolled at JWU and began their studies here this fall or spring. First-year students are welcome to live on campus. This includes the new students who had enrolled at either the North Miami or Denver campuses, and decided to campus transfer to either Providence or Charlotte.

First-year transfer students are students who attended another institution after high school before coming to JWU. First-year transfer students are also welcome to live on campus.

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Will I be receiving a reduction in my tuition if I 'm enrolled in remote classes?

JWU’s learning environments and appropriate support services are now available in synchronous and/or asynchronous formats. As a result, the full-time tuition for the spring semester remains the same for all undergraduate students.

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How are the courses on my schedule being delivered? Remote, online or in-person?

Log in to link.jwu.edu > go to the Academics page > View Course Schedule (under the Course Registration section). Watch: How to Review My Schedule - Remote or In-Person. Please access ulearn regularly as a central location for course information for your classes and announcements from faculty.