COVID-19 Update

Updated March 25, 2020.

The Culinary School of Fort Worth continues to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak on a daily basis. We are following all CDC and Tarrant County recommendations to keep our students and our staff healthy.

We know how challenging this time is for our students and our entire community. Please continue to take all necessary precautions for keeping yourself, and everyone around you, safe and healthy during this time. If you would like more information about COVID-19 and what you can do, please follow the link below to the Q&A section of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website.

Please see below for updates on our online classes, tours, and student accounts/billing.

Online Programs

Classes will continue to run online through Zoom calls with our chef-instructors through April 3. If this date needs to be extended, CSFTW will reach out prior to April 6 to inform all students of any changes. If you are a student and having any issues with your online classes, please contact James Creange at 817-737-8427 or by email at


Since our campus is closed, we are offering virtual tours at this time for all prospective students.  Please reach out to Amy Jewell at 817-737-8427 or by email at to get the link to our virtual tour or to set up a Q&A session about the school with her. You can also use the following link to set up that session:

Student Accounts and Billing

We understand that this is a difficult time for everybody, and we are empathetic toward our students and graduates who have lost their jobs as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. If you are struggling to make your payments or your Federal Student Loan obligations, please reach out to Peter Ramos at 817-737-8427 or by email at We have also provided links below to the Department of Education’s response to COVID-19.