How To Apply to The CSFTW
1. Complete the Online Admissions Form. A $25 registration fee is required in order to submit the Online Admissions Form. (This fee is credited toward total cost upon enrollment and is non-refundable. The registration fee is normally $100, but we are currently offering a $75 waiver.) A pdf version of the form is available here.
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. Current Food Handler’s Certificate
Next Cohort Begins July 26, 2021
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Enrollment is limited and applications are accepted on an ongoing basis
Upcoming Enrollment Dates
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: July 26, 2021
Priority Date: June 15, 2021
Classes Begin: October 4, 2021
Priority Date: August 24, 2021
Classes Begin: February 21, 2022
Priority Date: January 11, 2022
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