|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Johnson & Wales University-Providence Students||7%||29%||43%||29%||1%||3%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
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100% of students
Overall very nice
paying attention to how the school looks on the outside rather than providing for buildings inside
Johnson & Wales University is the ideal university if you want to be in the city and still get an excellent education.
The obligation of having a balance when it comes to socializing and academics.
I liked that the professors who were teaching the classes were passionate and showed great knowledge about what they were teaching. They also have backgrounds in the subjects they are teaching, for example, one of my professors owns multiple businesses and teaches us about business strategies on campus.
I didn't like the food because, for a culinary school, I would've preferred there to be more variety and accessibility.
I loved the way Culinary Labs were structured, and that it was hands-on learning. The class schedule allowed me time to not only complete work, but also have time for friends and to relax. The surrounding area for the Harborside Campus also offered a lot. I spent many afternoons by the harbor water and many weekend mornings at the nearby farmer's market.
You still have to take academic classes as a Pastry Major.
I loved the community, everyone is so nice and you will know everyone just after your first year.
The food is horrible. The dining hall has some of the worst food I have ever eaten.
That I can be creative and show what I can do.
The dorm process, the money it costs, the tuition increase, and dining halls are not good.