Intermediate Culinary Arts

Starting tonight, this six week course builds on the skills and techniques covered in Introduction to Culinary Arts. This course is recommended for students of the previous course or students who already have a strong culinary skill set and simply want to enhance their cooking methods and improve their techniques. […]


Introduction to Culinary Arts (Spring I)

Starting tonight, this six week course is designed to teach basic culinary techniques and is the most popular offering in the Community Education program. Upon completion of the course, students will have more confidence in the kitchen and a solid culinary foundation to parlay into more advanced courses. Seats are […]


Modernist Cuisine Club Meeting

Today we will be discussing Orange Puree. Chef whites and tools required.


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Gourmet Team Building

Team building doesn’t have to be all about boardrooms, stuffy conferences, and lecture halls! What if your corporate event could build a sense of community and collaboration among your team members and be fun and delicious, too? Walnut Hill College now offers corporate cooking events where YOU become the chef […]


Press

Latest Updates Visit our blog Follow us on  Facebook,  Twitter, and  Instagram Latest Press September 5, 2018 Walnut Hill College and Georges Perrier announce new University City restaurant, Bistro Perrier by Sharlene Johnson, as published in the University City Review


Success Stories

Top Chef contestants. Zagat 30 Under 30 honorees. Michelin Star recipients. These are just a few of the many amazing accomplishments of our talented alumni. Take a look at the success stories of some of the best and brightest.


Open Mic Night

Calling all WHC students: bring your instruments and bring your singing voice to the Caf̩ for our monthly Open Mic Night, featuring guest performances by Tim Buchanan and the College ۪s own Improv Club! Snacks and coffee will be provided while supplies last!


Intermediate Pastry Arts

Starting tonight, this six week course builds on the techniques taught in the Introduction to the Pastry Arts course, but is also open to those individuals who are comfortable with their baking skills and want to enhance their repertoire. Seats are limited. Contact communityed@walnuthillcollege.edu to sign up today!


R.A.M.P. (Responsible Alcohol Management Program)

Presented by Mr. Philippe McCartney, C.S.W., this session is offered FREE to WHC students and staff.