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At 缅北强奸, we want you to imagine everything your future can be. And then we’ll help you work toward it — because when you work, so does your education. With campuses in Providence and Charlotte, each with distinct offerings, your options are as open as your potential.


Application Deadlines 

Fall Semester Deadlines For Domestic and International Undergraduate Applicants

Application Deadline Decision Notification
Early Action
November 1 by December 1
Regular (Rolling) January 15 (priority)
July 1 final
Within 2 weeks of complete submission
Transfer April 15 (priority)
July 15 final
Within 2 weeks of complete submission
Applicants for Spring Semester Start
(First Year and Transfer)
December 1 Rolling, within 2 weeks of complete submission

Early Action is a non-binding application program.
Admissions may choose to extend these deadlines.

Early Action Guide →

Use our guide to determine if Early Action is the right choice for you. 

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If you’re not ready to apply, fill out our form to learn more about JWU.

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Submitting your Application

Building a life you’ll love starts here. Begin your path towards a lifetime of success by completing your application now. 缅北强奸offers both early action and rolling admissions options. Whether submitting online or in print, the process takes less than 30 minutes to complete. Get started!


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Admissions Requirements / Undergraduate: U.S. Citizens/Permanent Residents

缅北强奸 holistically reviews all elements of a student’s application to identify those students most likely to succeed at the university.

For students applying as a first-year student, a completed application and high school transcript(s) are required, except in circumstances where a student is homeschooled or where the traditional high school transcript is, for various reasons, not available. For students applying as a transfer student, a completed application, high school and/or college transcript(s) is required for admissions review.

Successful candidates for first year admission have taken a high school, college preparatory academic program including English, mathematics, science, social science and foreign language. Admissions decisions may also consider individual experiences and particular circumstances unique to each student. Other considerations are made based upon recommendations, writing ability and extracurricular activities.

Visiting campus, both in‐person or virtually, and interacting with admissions staff are all valuable ways of assuring that 缅北强奸is the right university for you. 

For the most recent undergraduate admissions requirements, .

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Admissions Requirements/Undergraduate: Foreign Nationals

Application

缅北强奸 holistically reviews all elements of a student’s application to identify those students most likely to succeed at the university. Visiting campus, both in‐person or virtually, and interacting with admissions staff are all valuable ways of assuring that 缅北强奸is the right university for you.

  • An accurate, complete and legible application must be submitted, apply via or the . All schools attended must be listed with dates of attendance.

Application Requirements

Submit your application, academic document (such as a transcript/external examination), and bank statement* and you will immediately be assigned a 缅北强奸Admissions Concierge to partner with you in the process; you will also be fast tracked for a quicker decision.

*If your bank statement shows less than one academic year (the amount listed below), submit it anyway — your 缅北强奸Admissions Concierge will discuss your options with you. It is important to note that 缅北强奸awards substantial scholarships based on your academic record, which reduces your actual cost of attendance. So don’t be discouraged — send in your statement.

More details on requirements:

  • Secondary school transcripts showing subjects and marks received with your graduation date noted. Students who have not yet graduated from secondary school must submit for review a transcript showing all completed work, expected results and projected graduation date. Note that an Admissions decision can be made from copies; official documents must be submitted prior to enrollment in classes.
  • If transcripts are not in English, certified translations must be submitted with all non-English documents.
  • International transfer applicants must submit all secondary and college transcripts along with a certified course-by-course credential evaluation by a . Credential evaluation must be submitted prior to enrollment.
  • Proof of English proficiency, if applicable. We accept several English proficiency test scores, including Duolingo, IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, etc.

Requirements after admission for I-20 process:

  • Completed and signed Student Financial Declaration Form (PDF).
  • Certified bank statement or government sponsorship letter verifying financial support (Providence Campus: $68,000 USD; Charlotte Campus: $64,000 USD; Providence Campus, ESL only: $37,000 USD) for one academic year. Note that bank statements cannot be older than three months from the time of issue for the I-20 process.
  • Copy of biographical section (photo page) of your valid passport.

The submission of standardized test scores (SAT, ACT) is optional and students who do not submit scores will not be disadvantaged in the review process. Essays and portfolios are optional but may be submitted to supplement the 缅北强奸application.

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FAQs / Undergraduate

How much is the application fee?

There is no fee to apply to JWU.


What is the difference between Early Action and Regular Admission?

Early Action has a November 1 deadline for application submission and is only available for the fall entrance semester. It is a non-binding program.

Regular Admission has a July 1 final deadline for the Fall semester and July 15 final deadline for Transfer students. The Spring semester has a December 1 deadline. Admissions may choose to extend these deadlines.


How and when will I find out if I am accepted?

Early Action Fall Semester decisions are released by December 1. Regular Admission decisions are released within two weeks of complete submission in the 缅北强奸applicant portal. For the Spring Semester start, we begin releasing decisions within two weeks of complete submission.


What are the admission criteria?

缅北强奸 holistically reviews all elements of a student’s application to identify those students most likely to succeed at the university. Visiting campus, both in‐person or digitally, and interacting with admissions staff are all valuable ways of assuring that 缅北强奸is the right university for you.


Do I need to write an essay?

Students may wish to submit additional information beyond the required items if they would like to enhance their 缅北强奸 application. An example of this optional item includes an essay of 300 words or less answering the question “What brings you joy?” Once 缅北强奸receives and enters your application into our system, you will receive an invite to the 缅北强奸applicant portal and then you may upload your essay.


May I submit a portfolio of my work related to my program of choice?

In order to provide a more complete understanding of your capabilities, applicants may wish to submit an optional digital portfolio to supplement the 缅北强奸application. Some examples include: articles or opinion pieces written for student publications; creative works; or photos or video’s from clubs, activities or competitions. Once 缅北强奸receives and enters your application into our system, you will receive an invite to the 缅北强奸applicant portal and then you may upload your portfolio.


Does 缅北强奸require SAT/ACT scores or SAT Essay/ACT Writing?

No, the submission of standardized test scores (SAT, ACT) or SAT Essay/ACT Writing is optional and students who do not submit scores will not be disadvantaged in the review process.


What are the requirements for the Honors Program?

Students with a 3.5 GPA and in the top 20% of their class will be invited to apply for the Honors program. The applications will be reviewed for admission into the program and students will be notified of their status.


What is required of Home Schooled students?

Home-schooled students must be able to document that they have completed high school. Verification documents for home-schooled students include either a high school diploma/transcript recognized by their state department of education, or a high school equivalency exam.


I previously attended JWU, how do I re-enroll?

If you were previously enrolled at JWU, you do not need to reapply. Simply fill out the readmittance form to our or .


Are there special requirements for the Early Enrollment Program (EEP)?

Yes, please refer to our Early Enrollment page.


When will I receive my financial aid offer?

If you have already filed the FAFSA as part of the admissions process, financial aid offers may be available with your acceptance. If your FAFSA is completed after your acceptance, your offer will appear in your student portal approximately two weeks after we receive your completed FAFSA.


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Contact Us

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to our experienced Admissions staff:

Providence

1-800-342-5598
Fax: 401-598-2948

Undergraduate
401-598-1000
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855-598-1881
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Graduate
401-598-1015, 401-598-1853
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Mailing Address
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8 Abbott Park Place
Providence, RI 02903

Yena Center (Undergraduate Admissions)

Grace Welcome Center (Culinary & Graduate Admissions)

Charlotte

866-598-2427 or 980-598-1100
Fax: 980-598-1111
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Mailing address
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801 West Trade Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Online

855-236-8492
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