How To Apply to The CSFTW
2. Provide a copy of your high school diploma, official transcripts or GED.
3. Submit a (1) page essay that includes: why you would like to attend The Culinary School of Fort Worth, your expectations of this program and what you hope to accomplish when you graduate.
4. Provide (2) different letters of recommendation stating why you would be a positive addition to the student body at The CSFTW. (Letters can be from family, co-workers, employer, teachers, friends. They do not have to be from within the culinary industry.)
5. Submit your $100 registration fee. (Due upon receipt of all of the above application materials and credited toward total cost upon enrollment)
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age when classes begin.
Next Semester Begins March 16, 2020
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Enrollment is limited and applications are accepted on an ongoing basis
Enrollment is limited and applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. If a course is full, you can be placed on a waiting list and we will notify you if space becomes available before the program begins, or within the first week of classes.
Classes Begin: March 16, 2020
Classes Begin: June 8, 2020
Classes Begin: September 28, 2020
Tuition & Fees
The Professional Culinary Program
The Professional Culinary Program (PCP) includes the following subjects: Professional Culinary Program I (PCP), Professional Culinary Program II (PCP II), Professional Culinary Program III (PCP III) and Professional Culinary Program IV (PCP IV).
|The uniform package includes (2) chef coats, (2) pairs of pants, (3) aprons, (2) neckerchiefs, (2) toques|
|The knife roll will include a chef’s knife, boning knife, paring knife offset serrated knife, slicer peeler, steel, melon baller, channel knife, citrus zester, corer, scissors, microplane, instant read thermometer, markers and a culinary ruler.|
|The pastry kit will include a candy thermometer, a chocolate thermometer, digital scale, piping bag, pastry tips, bench knife & squeeze bottle.|
|Textbooks will include: On Baking by labensky and Martel, On Cooking by Labensky and Martel, and servsafe Manager. 7TH ed, National Restaurant Association|
All supplies must be purchased through The Culinary School of Fort Worth and are required in order to participate in class.
The following must be purchased by the student and are not included in the calculated tuition.
- Black Non-Slip Closed-Back Shoes
Cost of Attendance for Title IV Purposes:
|Tuition||Books/Supplies||Reg. Fee||Other||Loan Fees||Room and Board||Personal||Transportation||Total|
|Dependent (living with parents)||$17,367||$1,033||$100||$0||$101||$3,942||$2,331||$1,503||$26,377|
|Dependent (living on own)||$17,367||$1,033||$100||$0||$101||$7,794||$2,331||$1,503||$30,229|
How To Pay For School
Perhaps one, if not the biggest question is “How do I pay for school?”. The answer is not simple and it’s different for everyone. While our recommendation and preference is to see our students work in the culinary industry, gain relevant experience, and pay for school from their earnings, we know this is not possible for everyone. We offer several options to make school more affordable according to your situation.
Below are some options available to assist in paying for your education:
Semester Payment Plans
Per Semester (4 Semesters)
- Semester 1: $5,400.05 (Covers Supply Costs)
- Semesters 2 – 4: $4,366.65/Semester
Monthly Payment Plans
Per Month (9 Months)
- Month 1: $2,974.16 (Covers Supply Costs)
- Months 2 – 9: $1,940.73/month
Federal Financial Aid
The Culinary School of Fort Worth participates in the federal Title IV student financial aid program. We are here to help guide you through applying and securing financial aid for which you are eligible for your education at The CSFTW.
Personal Loan Through A Bank
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This school has a Certificate of Approval from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC).
The TWC-assigned school number is: S2818.
The school’s programs are approved by TWC, as well as (name(s) of other Texas state agencies, as applicable) and (name(s) of any relevant accrediting bodies).
Students must address their concerns about this school or any of its educational programs by following the grievance process outlined in the school’s catalog. Schools are responsible for ensuring and documenting that all students have received a copy of the school’s grievance procedures and for describing these procedures in the school’s published catalog. If, as a student, you were not provided with this information, please inform school management.
Students dissatisfied with this school’s response to their complaint or who are not able to file a complaint with the school, can file a formal complaint with TWC, as well as with other relevant agencies or accreditors, if applicable.
Information on filing a complaint with TWC can be found on TWC’s Career Schools and Colleges Website.
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