COVID-19 Updates By Campus

Providence

The Providence Campus is the university’s original campus, with a diverse student body of students. The Downcity Campus, located in the heart of Providence, is home to the College of Business, the College of Hospitality Management, the John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Engineering & Design, and the College of Health & Wellness. A short distance south is the Harborside Campus, home to the College of Food Innovation & Technology.

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North Miami

The North Miami Campus was established in 1992 and is located in one of the world’s largest business, cultural and travel destinations.

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Denver

The Denver Campus was established in 2000 as the western anchor to JWU. The campus is set on 25.33 park-like acres just minutes from downtown Denver.

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Charlotte

In 2002 the city of Charlotte invited JWU to open a campus in uptown Charlotte. It would allow JWU to build academic facilities from the ground up. As part of the university’s continued evolution and strategic growth, JWU announced in 2002 that it would consolidate its two campuses in Charleston and Norfolk into a new one in Charlotte.

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