Johnson & Wales University-Providence Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (3)
Going to school for a degree in the culinary field is something that needs to be considered carefully. Often cooks and even lower level managers are paid very low wages so that paying college debt becomes nearly impossible. J &W charges students a large amount of money, and I haven't had any raises or job offers because of my education, so I am not sure it was worth it.
I went to JWU for two years in their Sports, Entertainment and Event management program. While I did not spend a lot of time on campus, I was impressed with nearly all of my professors and learned an incredible amount while I was there. Providence also has a lot to offer if you are into exploring cities and enjoy that atmosphere. Classes tend to cap around 40 students as well, offering a more personalized schooling experience overall.
Johnson & Wales looks good on your resume but as far as criminal justice it doesn't help you get a job in less you are trying to be a police officer and not everyone goes with criminal justice to be a officer. Other than that it is a great school! I wish i had more money so i wouldn't be in so much debt.