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This page provides information on the Honors Program at Johnson & Wales University.
The mission of the Honors Program at Johnson & Wales University is to
provide academically advanced students with an Honors-caliber education,
enrich the university curriculum, and
build a diverse community of scholars.
Benefits of the Honors Program
The benefits of the Honors Program include:
academically rigorous curriculum
smaller class sizes
opportunity to work one-on-one with faculty on an Honors Thesis
designation of University Honors Scholar
Joining the Honors Program
Students join the Honors Program in two ways:
During the Admissions process, students who meet eligibility criteria are invited to apply to the Honors Program. These applications are reviewed by the Honors Council and acceptances are sent in the spring.
After matriculation, students may apply to the Honors Program if they have a 3.5 GPA and a faculty recommendation.