August 2016 Addendum
Students should note the following approved changes to programs, courses, and policies, effective 8/1/16, that occurred after the publication of the 2016–2017 Academic Catalog:
Wine and Beverage Graduate Certificate Program (WBGC)
Added new 30-week graduate-level certificate program.
Includes updates to Career Opportunities, Gainful Employment, Curricula, Course Descriptions, Admissions, Tuition and Fees, Financial Aid, and Academic Rules, Regulations, and Information.
Withdrawal Refund Policy, Residence Hall Fee Refunds (New York and California campuses)
Removed “moving off campus” from the third sentence.
Withdrawal Refund Policy (California)
Changed Tuition Refunds to Tuition and General Fee Refunds
Treatment of Title IV Aid When a Student Withdraws
Removed footnote about using current-semester financial aid in excess of current-semester institutional charges to pay other miscellaneous college charges.
Updated to include new meal plan offerings for students at the New York campus.
Added restriction of working no more than 20 hours per week while an active, full-time student.
December 2016 Addendum
Students should note the following approved changes to programs, courses, and policies, effective 12/16/16, that occurred after the publication of the 2016–2017 Academic Catalog:
Bachelor’s of Business Administration (BBA), Food Business Management Major
Added this degree and major in place of the BPS in Culinary Arts Management and BPS in Baking and Pastry Arts Management throughout the catalog.
Italian Cuisine: An Edible Journey from Traditional to Contemporary Concentration
Added this bachelor’s degree concentration, which is available to students in both the Food Business Management major and the Applied Food Studies major.
Program Learning Outcomes
Updated outcomes for all associate and bachelor’s degree programs.
Admissions: Junior-Year Applicants
Eliminated requirement for junior-year application to the culinary science bachelor’s degree program.
Clarified criteria for the Julius Wile Scholastic Achievement Award, Craig Claiborne Communications Award, and President’s Humanities Award.