Monday, October 20, 2014

Six Flags Fun

Not even a steady rain could dampen NSO students’ Six Flags spirits on Saturday, Oct. 4. Forty-nine students traveled from JWU to Agawam, Mass., ready to tackle Goliath, Bizarro, and more. After enjoying lunch and getting a couple of rides in, students had to re-board the buses when the park closed due to weather. Fortunately, all received a voucher to return under sunnier skies.

In these photos taken at Six Flags, NSO students Jacqueline Lynch, Dani Pluskalowski, and Brianna Portelli pose with new friends while taking cover from the rain

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Want to take a trip to New York City?

We have extended registration till Oct. 9th and reduced the rate to just $150 for NSO members!
Don't miss out on this great oppurtunity! 

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Dues Reminder

To guarantee your NSO scholarship's renewal, you are required to contribute$75 for membership dues each year.  Membership dues help support the valuable activities offered by NSO.  They entitle you to automatic membership in our organizations and free or discounted rates on NSO- related activities, including travel. 
How to Make Your Payment:
Option 1:  Visit Student Financial Services (Downcity or Harbobrside) to pay in person.
Option 2: Call Student Financial Services at 1-800-343-2565 or 401-598-1468 and pay with a credit card.
*NSO dues payment cannot be combined with tuition payments
*NSO scholarship recipients who do not pay their dues by the end of the first term jeopardize their scholarship awards will incur a late fee.  

Monday, August 25, 2014

This is Going to be a Great Year for JWU NSO!

NSO Kick-off Informational Meetings-
Find out how NSO works at JWU. Enjoy an opportunity to network with new & old friends, NSO faculty advisors and staff. Refreshments will be provided.  

Sunday, Sept. 21
6:30 p.m. Wildcat Center (Harborside Campus)
Tuesday, Sept. 23
4:00 p.m. Pepsi Forum, Wales Hall (Downcity)

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Congratulations to Beau Cobb!

NSO would like to congratulate our own Beau Cobb for being named PBL National President for the upcoming year!

Community Action Association's Adventure in Sustainability

This summer five students from NSO's Community Action Association traveled abroad to Sydney, Australia to learn more about sustainability and all that Sydney's culture has to offer. Click the link below to learn more about their adventure.


Monday, May 5, 2014



Competing against more than 1,200 peers from across the country and around the world, 38 Johnson & Wales Providence students proved they are among the best at this year’s Collegiate DECA International Career Development Conference. This 53rd annual event, dedicated to leadership, professional development, and competition, was held April 23rd-26th in Washington, D.C. While all student participants are winners, we recognize the following national finalists:


First place:
         Alexa Duquette: Fashion Merchandising & Marketing         
Robert Santa: Restaurant & Food Service Management
Second place:
Alicia Casiano & Brandon Hill: Business to Business Marketing
Top 10:
James Cobb: Sales Management Meeting
Emily Hattub & Rebecca Scarpato: International Marketing
Patrick Rhodes & Robert Richards: Sports & Entertainment Marketing      
Nicole Sigal & Todd Lind: Business to Business Marketing
Louis Collado & Emmanuel Marseille: Financial Statement Analysis
Tyler Guy: Banking Financial Services
Kathleen Sands: Travel-Tourism (High Test Score)
Congratulations to all!


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