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SECTION GUIDE LET NUMBERS LEAD THE WAY • STATS AND RANKINGS

THIS IS THE UNIVERSITY OF NOW • ABOUT WENT WORTH

IT’S NOT A SIMULATION • HANDS - ON LEARNING AT WENT WORTH

THE WENTWORTH EXPERIENCE • OUR CAMPUS & COMMUNIT Y

YOUR GUIDE FOR WHAT’S NEXT • KEY DATES & DEADLINES


YOUR WORLD IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT.


SEC T ION 1

LET NUMBERS LEAD THE WAY The value of an education has never been more important, and the need for problem solvers has never been more imminent. As the 21st-century workforce continues to evolve, so do we. From our commitment to preparation down to our curriculums, we're focused on preparing our students for what lies ahead.


#3

Ranked in Northeast for Career Preparation (The Wall Street Journal)

18:1

Student-toFaculty Ratio


State-of-the-Art Learning Laboratories, Studios, & Maker Spaces

66

%

FASTER:

96

%

The Growth Rate of Jobs Associated with Our Curriculums

of Students from the Class of 2019 Accepted Jobs in Their Fields

(U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2016-2026)

(2019 Career Outcomes Report)


Best Regional Universities (North)

(U.S. News & World Report)

(2019 Career Outcomes Report)

in U.S. for Earning Power (The Brookings Institution)

MOST INNOVATIVE

(U.S. News & World Report)


SEC T I ON 2

• • • • • • THIS IS • • • • • •

THE UNIVERSITY OF


T HE W ORL D W E L IVE IN WAS BU I LT BY PRO BL EM S O LV E R S , D R I V E N BY C U R I O S I T Y, A N D F U E L E D BY PAS S I O N . H E R E AT W E N T W O RT H , W E ' R E I N S P I R E D BY IMAGINATION BUT GROUNDED IN PRACTICALITY. WE RAL LY AROUND A COMM O N D E S I R E TO C REATE, S O LV E , A N D I M P R O V E . M O S T O F A L L , W E ’ R E A U N I V E R S I T Y D E D I C AT E D T O C R E AT I N G A N E W G E N E RAT ION OF PROB L EM S O LVERS T H AT E VE RY ORGANIZ AT ION W IL L ST RIV E TO H I R E .


WENTWORTH IS A HANDS-ON

ACTION-ORIENTED

F U T U R E–F O C U S E D

INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY

OF PROBLEM SOLVERS DEFINED BY 4,453 STUDENTS

FROM 36 STATES AND

70 COUNTRIES


SEC T I ON 3

IT ’S NOT A

At Wentworth, our distinct brand of hands-on, project-based learning makes our curriculum an authentic, real-world platform. We are the University of Now, passionately focused on immersing our students in the problem-solving environments of tomorrow.


THE UNIVERSITY OF


CO-OP PROGRAM

This is hands-on experience that will get you hired. It's as simple as that. Working with some of the largest, most innovative companies in the world, our students have the opportunity to earn while they learn and jump-start their careers. As a required, two-semester program within a four-year degree, it's one of the most comprehensive co-op programs in the country.

97

%

of students from the Class of 2019 accepted a job or enrolled in a graduate degree program within six months of graduation (2019 Career Outcomes Report)

Scan to learn more coopsandcareers.wit.edu


ACCELERATE wit.edu/accelerate/about

The Accelerate program was designed to push the boundaries of what’s possible. This entrepreneurial incubator allows our students to create, develop, and explore their ideas in ways that convert to real opportunity.


CAMPUS LABS & STUDIOS Our labs and studio spaces are places of common inspiration for our students. The Wentworth culture of learning and problem solving centers around our students’ ability to collaborate, innovate, and create with cutting edge tools they need to further their education.

Get an inside look with our students >

wit.edu/experiential-learning


BIOLOGY LABS

CIVIL ENGINEERING LABS

Aggregate • Concrete Geotechnical Hydraulics • Wastewater

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LABS

Additive Manufacturing • Fluid Mechanics Heat Transfer • Instrumentation Manufacturing Center • Materials Science Prototyping • Strength of Materials Thermodynamics

NUMEROUS ARCHITECTURE, INTERIOR DESIGN, & INDUSTRIAL DESIGN STUDIO & MAKER SPACES


STUDENT WORK

Luft Versatile N95 Mask

THE INSIGHT

THE PROBLEM

THE OBJECTIVE

Leif Johan Hauge, Class of 2018

N95 respirators are not designed for children or people with facial hair because a proper fit cannot be achieved.

California wildfires have become such a normal occurrence that residents must keep respiratory protection ready at all times.

Design a reusable N95 mask that is comfortable, versatile, and sustainable.

IN DUST R I A L DE SI GN

SEE MO R E O F H I S WO R K : behance.net/haugeld7d8


To enhance the user’s experience through nature motifs and repetition by incorporating natural light and prominent way finding features.

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Plymouth, Massachusetts

Healthcare Design Reimagining the Botanical Research Facility

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Figueres, Spain

• There are many considerations when designing the entry to an The research facility’s design respects the existing structure Emergency Department. Not only does the reception desk need to of the castle by engaging it in a respectful manner, but at the easily identified, but site lines are very important for both safety an same time clearly defines itself as something new. security.

Inspiration

A healthcare studio class assignment to design an emergency care unit that has moments of calm and peace, inspired by its coastal surroundings.

ARC HITEC TURE

Michael Morris, Class of 2013

cept:

• Easy and consistent way finding is really important through out th entire Emergency Department. It can help ease families and patients, as well as increase the efficiency of the department.

user’s experience through nature motifs and repetition incorporating natural light and prominent way finding features. Keara Washburn, Class ofby2020

issuu.com/kearawashburn/docs/ kearawashburn_portfolio

IN T E R I O R DE SIGN INS PIR ATION Inspiration

• Empathy while designing in healthcare is important for all users o the space. From patients and families, to nurses and doctors, the can be a very stressful and chaotic environment. It’s important to empathetic and think about what the user in the space is experiencing and how it could be improved.

Plan

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Keara Washburn | INTD 4000

Reception and Waiting Area Keara Washburn | INTD 4000

Keara Washburn | INTD The only architectural curves that you will find in this space are in the areas of important communication points such as the Care Teams and the Reception. The curves in these places juxtapose the otherwise surrounding linear elements for easy and consistent way finding.

Key In-Take

Care Team Areas

Radiology

ED Bed

Ambulance

Behavioral Health

Vertical Treatment

Staff Support

ED Core

Patient Toilets

Detail of Headwall

The custom headwalls have an LED light strip that is user controlled. It allows for the patient to have control of a small task light for a more comfortable experience.

Keara Washburn | INTD 4000

Rendering of Waiting Area

Rendering of Reception

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Skylights are used in the waiting area to provide a sense of natural light into a space that doesn’t necessarily receive direct daylight.

Wentworth Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (WUROV) is an interdisciplinary studentled effort operating within Wentworth’s student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Palette Electronics Engineers. The team’s goals are to design and construct an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) and to compete in the annual international Marine Advanced Technology Education ROV competition.

EN G I N E E RI N G

Rendering of an Exam Room

Each Care Team Area has it’s own color. The Exam Room colors correlate with it’s assigned Care Team.

Section Through Waiting Area

Keara Washburn | INTD 4000

Palette

Enlarged Plan

Elevation of an Exam Room with a Column

Process Sketches Keara Washburn | INTD 4000

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CAMPUS LABS & STUDIOS CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT LABS

Job Site • Projects • Aggregate & Testing • New Technologies Concrete & Heavy Construction • Virtual Design & Construction

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING LABS

Electromagnetics & Telecommunications • Electronics Nanotechnology • Power & Controls • Prototyping • Robotics


CHEMISTRY LABS

5 PHYSICS LABS

Including a Weather Station & an Interdisciplinary Experiments Space

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING LABS Bioelectronics & Biofluids • Medical Devices • Projects

COMPUTER SCIENCE NETWORKING LAB

BIODIESEL LAB

Features a Student-Built Biodiesel Reactor


SEC T I ON 4


Boston is an incubator for innovation, and we’re conveniently located in the center of it all. Our city has grown into one of the most vital, technologically advanced hotspots in the world. It could inspire you as much as it does us.


WELCOME TO

Boston’s most famous nickname, The Hub, was invented in 1858 to reflect the city’s central role in the nation’s intellectual and business life. Since then, the city has grown into one of the most vital cities in the world, recently voted the top global city for innovation—beating out San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York City, and Beijing with arts, cuisine, music, sports, and recreation to equal the renowned science, technology, and startup scenes. At Wentworth, you’ll be at the epicenter of it all.


MAP KEY

N E I G H B ORH O O DS

ALLSTON VILLAGE A young, diverse, food-centric area The Breakfast Club, Roxy's Grilled Cheese & Burgers, The Lone Star Taco Bar, Lulu's

ASSEMBLY ROW Recently developed outdoor shopping district Earls Kitchen + Bar, Southern Kin Cookhouse, Zo Greek, Style Cafe, Lucky Strike Arcade

BACK BAY A downtown hub of shopping & scenery Boston Common, Newbury St., Parish Cafe, Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar, Deluca's Market

CENTRAL SQUARE Where Cambridge locals go for food & fun

Redbones, Somerville Theatre

FENWAY/KENMORE Home of the iconic Fenway Park, bustling restaurants, & shopping Shah’s Halal Food, The Squealing Pig, Bleacher Bar, Yard House, Wahlburgers

Felipe's Taqueria, Harvard Art Museums, Clover Food Lab, Hokkaido Ramen Santouka

HYDE SQUARE Diverse eateries and vibrant nature Hyde Square Task Force, And Still We Rise Productions, Miami Restaurant, Blue Nile, The Old Havana Cuban Restaurant

JAMAICA PLAIN ("JP") Suburban gem on the outskirts of Boston El Oriental De Cuba, Exodus Bagels, Monumental Market, Soup Shack

COOLIDGE CORNER A small town, Main Street feel, right on Boston’s doorstep

KENDALL SQUARE An epicenter of technology & innovation

Zaftigs Delicatessen, Martin's Coffee Shop, Kupel's Bakery, Coolidge Corner Theatre

Cambridge Innovation Center, Area Four, The Friendly Toast, Meadhall

DAVIS SQUARE Eclectic mix of restaurants & nightlife

MARINA BAY Cool off in this coastal neighborhood of dining & entertainment

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Where everything's within reach.

MISSION HILL Small college neighborhood packed with character Milkweed, El Pelón Taqueria, Penguin Pizza, Lilly's Gourmet Pasta Express

HARVARD SQUARE How do you like them apples?

A4cade, 1369 Coffee House, Life Alive, Whole Heart Provisions

Rosebud, The Painted Burro, Saloon,

Squantum Point Park, Cream & Sugar, Waterclub Marina Bay

NORTH END Pizza, pasta, & Italian fare Trattoria Il Panino, The Daily Catch, Strega, La Famiglia Giorgio's Restaurant

SEAPORT A waterfront mecca of technology & dining Sea Green Park, Boston Sail Loft, The Smoke Shop BBQ, The Barking Crab

SOUTH BOSTON ("SOUTHIE") Historically Irish-American neighborhood with a vibrant nightlife Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant, Cafe Polonia, Doughboy Donuts & Deli

SOUTH END A corridor of quaint boutiques & fine dining in the heart of Boston South End Buttery, Blunch, Mike's City Diner, The Elephant Walk, Delux Cafe

UNION SQUARE A hip, bustling hub of food, music,

E N T ERTAI N M E N T

GROCERIES & NECESSITIES Stop & Shop 1620 Tremont St, Boston, MA Target 1341 Boylston St, Boston, MA Star Market 33 Kilmarnock St, Boston, MA College Convenience 281 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA

MUSEUMS

SHOPPING

SPORTS STADIUMS

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SKATEPARKS

BEACHES

BOATING

Walgreens Pharmacy 1630 Tremont St, Roxbury Crossing, MA Sunny Laundromat 1460 Tremont St, Boston, MA

MUSIC VENUES

R API D TR AN S I T: “T H E T”

The lifeline of Boston, connecting every corner of our city through 4 transit lines, 128 stops, and 170 bus routes

HOSPITALS Wentworth is located in the heart of the Longwood Medical Area with the best hospitals in the world.

GREEN LINE

RED LINE

BLUE LINE

ORANGE LINE


MEDFORD ARLINGTON MYSTIC RIVER RESERVATION MUSEUM OF BAD ART

THORNDIKE FIELD

MALONE PARK SUFFOLK DOWNS

TUFTS PARK

DAVIS SQUARE

CLAY PIT POND PARK

TOWN FIELD

RUSSELL FIELD

CHELSEA

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FOSS PARK

BELLE ISLE MARSH RESERVATION

SOMERVILLE

DANEHY PARK

SMALL PARK

GOLF COURSE

WINTHROP

FRESH POND KINGSLEY PARK

UNION SQUARE

CAMBRIDGE COMMONS

OAKLEY COUNTRY CLUB

LINCOLN PARK

THE SINCLAIR

MOUNT AUBURN HOSPITAL

EAST BOSTON SKATEPARK

HARVARD SQUARE

TORY ELD

HARVARD YARD MOUNT AUBURN CEMETERY

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ISABELLA STEWART GARDNER MUSEUM

BRIGHAM & WOMEN'S HOSPITAL

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ROGERS PARK

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BOSTON NATIONAL HISTORIC PARK

MUSEUM OF SCIENCE

DONNELLY FIELD CHARLES RIVER CANOE & KAYAK: ALLSTON, BRIGHTON

EAST BOSTON

MARINE PARK

FORT INDEPENDENCE

SOUTH BOSTON “SOUTHIE”

BOSTON MEDICAL CENTER

THOMAS PARK

COLUMBUS PARK

NEW ENGLAND BAPTIST HOSPITAL MISSION HILL

HAMMOND POND PARK BROOKLINE RESERVOIR DOWNES FIELD

SPECTACLE ISLAND

CARSON BEACH

HYDE SQUARE

BROOKLINE SOUTHWEST CORRIDOR PARK

ROXBURY

EXPO CENTER

ROXBURY SKATEPARK

LONG ISLAND

JAMAICA POND

BROOKLINE GOLF COURSE

BOSTON HARBOR ISLANDS

JFK MUSEUM

JAMAICA PLAIN SKATEPARK LARZ ANDERSON PARK SAVIN HILL PARK

DORCHESTER

JAMAICA PLAIN “JP”

THOMPSON ISLAND

VIETNAM WAR MEMORIAL

RAINSFORD ISLAND MOON ISLAND

RONAN PARK NICKERSON BEACH FRANKLIN PARK HOAR MEMORIAL SANCTUARY

SQUANTUM POINT PARK

ARNOLD ARBORETUM

MARINA BAY

QUINCY FRANKLIN FIELD

NATIONAL RECREATION AREA

HEMENWAY PARK

SQUANTUM MARSHES


CHECK OUT OUR LIST OF UPCOMING EVENTS

WIT.EDU/CALENDAR/UNIVERSITY-EVENTS

FIND MORE EVENTS AT THEBOSTONCALENDAR.COM


COLLEGES & MAJORS

The workforce of tomorrow requires specialties that spread far and wide, and we’re ready for it. From microscopes to hardhats, from blueprints to computer code, pick the tool best suited for you.

wit.edu/academics/program-finder


U N D E RG R A D U AT E D E G RE E P RO G RA MS Architecture • Concentrations in Adaptive Interventions, Emerging Technologies, or Urbanism • Architecture students can apply to a one-year Master of Architecture program

COLLEGE OF

Construction Management

Find the beauty in a blank canvas, understand the potential of a rendering, and be inspired by a deadline.

ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

• Optional Concentrations in Commercial Real Estate or Facility Management

Industrial Design Interior Design

Applied Mathematics

COLLEGE OF

• Option for three- or four-year program

ARTS & SCIENCES

Applied Sciences* Business Management

Search for questions with relentless curiosity and never stop asking.

• Optional concentrations in Entrepreneurship or Technology Project Management

Computer Information Systems

Biological Engineering* Biomedical Engineering*

COLLEGE OF

ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE

Civil Engineering Computer Engineering

Fall in love with the problem before finding a solution.

Computer Networking Computer Science • Option for three- or four-year program. Students can apply for a one-year Master of Science in Applied Computer Science

Electromechanical Engineering

Cybersecurity

Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

• Five-year program

MINORS

Aerospace Engineering • Applied Mathematics • American Studies • Architectural Studies • Biology • Business Analytics • Business Management (General Business, Entrepreneurship, and Technology Project Management) • Chemistry • Civil Engineering • Computer Networking • Computer Science • Construction Management • Cybersecurity Management • Data Science • Electrical Engineering Environmental Engineering • Financial Mathematics • Internet of Things • Manufacturing • Media, Culture, and Communications Studies Performing Arts (offered through Colleges of the Fenway) • Physics • Surveying • Sustainability (offered through Colleges of the Fenway)

*Major satisfies pre-med requirements.


GRADUATE PROGRAMS OUR GRADUATE PROGRAMS ARE DESIGNED FOR MOTIVATED, AMBITIOUS PROFESSIONALS & ARE OFFERED THROUGH ALL OF OUR COLLEGES. Wentworth offers many 4+1 programs (online, in-person, or hybrid) to allow undergraduates to transition smoothly into a Master’s program that can be completed in as little as a year, saving time and money. We also offer pathways to prepare prospective graduate students for study in one of our STEM fields, regardless of undergraduate major.

PROGRAMS • Architecture

• Facility Management

• Applied Computer Science

• Project Management

• Civil Engineering

• Technology Management

• Construction Management

wit.edu/admissions-aid/graduate-admissions


ON CAMPUS The Wentworth campus has a truly special place in our

hearts. Not because of the buildings or labs, but because of the student energy that permeates every square inch

of it. It’s a collaborative, diverse, and inclusive student experience unlike any other.


C O N N EC T

CREATE Accelerate Office

The Forum

Collaboration Space CEIS Building - 109

Douglas D. Schumann Library & Learning Commons

Ideation Space

Additive Manufacturing Center

Maker Space

Altschuler Computer Center

60+ Labs & Studios Spread Throughout Campus Electrical and Computer Engineering Labs Nanotechnology Dobbs - Ground Floor Electronics Dobbs - 2 Robotics Rubenstein - 1 Electromagnetics and Telecommunications, Power and Controls Wentworth - Ground Floor Mechanical Engineering Labs Additive Manufacturing CEIS - 1 Strength of Materials, Materials Science Dobbs - Ground Floor Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Instrumentation Kingman -1 Manufacturing Center Williston - Ground Floor Prototyping Thermodynamics Rubenstein - Ground Floor Civil Engineering Labs Concrete Annex Central - Ground Floor

Construction Management Labs Job Site, Projects, Aggregate and Testing, New Technologies, Concrete and Heavy Construction Annex Central & South - Ground Floor

The Commons A Virtual Art Gallery CEIS Building - First Floor Douglas D. Schumann Fitness Center F. Shawaf Terrace Meditation Room WIRE Radio Casella Gallery

Virtual Design and Construction Annex Central - 1

DISC OVER

Computer Science Networking Lab Wentworth Hall – Ground Floor

Info Hub

Biomedical Engineering Labs

Admissions Office

Medical Devices, Bioelectronics and Biofluids, and Projects CEIS - 2

Co-ops + Careers

Biology Labs CEIS - 3 Ira Allen - 1 Ira Allen - 2

Copy & Mail Center

Biodiesel Lab Ira Allen - 1

Office of Student Affairs

Tansey Gymnasium Cafeteria Campus Bookstore C-Store Center for Diversity & Social Justice Center for Student Engagement Pool Hall

Health Services at Mass Art Wellness & Disability Support Services

Student Service Center

Technology Services Help Desk Public Safety Office

Chemistry Labs CEIS - 3 Ira Allen - 3 Physics Labs Ira Allen - 2 Architecture Annex North Interior Design Annex South Industrial Design Annex East

Geotechnical, Aggregate, Environmental, Wastewater, and Hydraulics CEIS - 4

550 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115-5998 1.800.556.0610 or 617.989.4000 admissions@wit.edu | wit.edu/admissions @witadmissions /wentworthadmissions

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STUDENT CLUBS

Wentworth Costume Club

Our students are relentlessly curious, and their passion carries well beyond the lab. From robotics clubs to design collaborations, there's no shortage of opportunity to challenge yourself in pursuit of a better tomorrow.

ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group for Management Information Systems

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

American Institute of Architecture Students

Society of Manufacturing Engineers

American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology American Society of Civil Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers Biomedical Engineers Society Construction Management Association (CM Club) Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Freedom By Design Mechanical Contractors Association of America

Society of Automotive Engineers Student Association of Biomedical Sciences Student Association of Facilities Management Student Association of Interior Designers Student Association of Management Wentworth Aerospace Club Wentworth Architecture Club Wentworth Computer Science Society of Association Computing for Machinery Wentworth Design Collaborative Wentworth Game Development Club

National Association of Home Builders

Wentworth Math Club

National Electrical Contractors Association

Wentworth Robotics Club


DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE ORGANIZATIONS

Asian Student Association Cape Verdean Student Association Campus Crusade for Christ Catholic Student Association CROWNS Islamic Society of Wentworth Multicultural Student Association National Organization of Minority Architects National Society of Black Engineers Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Society of Women Engineers Wentworth Alliance WIT UNICEF Women’s Institute for Leadership Development Women's Integrated Task Force

SPECIAL INTEREST ORGANIZATIONS Anime Club Circle K Colleges of the Fenway Smash Club Costume Club League of Leopards Phi Sigma Pi (PSP) Honors Society Tabletop Alternative Gaming Wentworth Billiards Society Wentworth Chess Club Wentworth Competitive Video Gaming Club Wentworth Environmental Collaborative Wentworth Events Board WEB

wit.edu/student-life/student-orgs

Wentworth Internet Radio Experience (WIRE) Wentworth Outing Club Wentworth Rock Climbing Club Wentworth Ski and Snowboard Club Wentworth Student Government Wentworth Table Tennis Club Wentworth Veterans Club Wentworth Finance and Investment Club WIT Anglers Association WIT SHIELD


GET SOCIAL While there’s plenty of overlap between work and play at Wentworth, there’s enjoyment to be found in taking a step back and connecting with one another.

wit.edu/student-life

WOW (Wentworth Opening Week)

Women at Wentworth Program

Our official welcome program for all first-year and transfer students.

Find strength through campus clubs and leadership.

Wellness

The Green Team

Douglas D. Schumann Fitness Center, the Meditation Room, and more.

An organization of students who seek to improve campus sustainability and raise awareness about environmental topics.

WIRE Radio

Living On Campus

Wentworth’s award-winning internet radio station.

Students are guaranteed housing all four years.


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COLLEGES OF THE

FENWAY CONSORTIUM Wentworth Institute of Technology

Massachusetts College of Art & Design

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences University

Simmons University

Emmanuel College

We are a member of the Colleges of the Fenway Consortium (COF), an association of five Fenway-area institutions that allows you to cross-register for one course each semester at one of the schools listed above. The COF also offers access to social events, professional activities, libraries, and campus facilities at each of the colleges, all of which are within walking distance of one another. With 20,000+ undergraduate and graduate students, 700+ full-time faculty, and 2,300+ course offerings among the five schools, the opportunities are limitless.

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DIVERSITY & INCLUSION A diversity of perspectives is the foundation of building a strong community. It helps us solve problems and create stronger solutions. Since our founding, we’ve firmly believed that rallying around a common cause is the first step in creating the kind of world we’re proud to live in. After all, taking action is in our DNA.

wit.edu/diversity


NCAA DIVISION III PROGRAMS

ATHLETIC TEAMS Baseball (M)

Indoor Track & Field (M)

Softball (W)

Cross Country (M)

Outdoor Track & Field (M)

Volleyball (M,W)

Basketball (M,W)

Lacrosse (M,W)

Golf (M)

Rowing (M)

Ice Hockey (M)

Tennis (M,W)

Soccer (M,W)

CLUB SPOR TS Club Hockey

Marksmen Club (WIT Air Rifle)

Mountain Biking & Road Cycling

Rugby (M,W)

Sailing Team

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SEC T I ON 5

If you made it this far, you must be interested. Here’s a simple breakdown to get back to the basics on your path ahead.


AUGUST – SEPTEMBER

RESEARCH Top Choices | PLAN visits | COMPARE costs

OCTOBER – NOVEMBER

OPEN HOUSE: wit.edu/openhouse FINANCIAL AID: fafsa.ed.gov

DECEMBER – JANUARY PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE:*

December 1st

FEBRUARY – MAY

ESTIMATE COSTS:

wit.edu/netpricecalc

DECISIONS MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS

FINANCIAL AID AWARDS

ACCEPTED STUDENT DAYS:

February 15th

SUBMIT DEPOSIT:

REGULAR APPLICATION DEADLINE:*

wit.edu/witadmit May 1st

*Wentworth practices rolling admissions, which means we review applications as they are received. After the Feb. 15 regular deadline, please check with the Office of Admissions for space availability in the area of your interest.


ADDITIONAL INFO APPL I CAT I O N RE QU IREMEN TS

• Wentworth Application or Common Application • Official School Transcripts

• Recommendation (Teacher or Guidance Counselor) • Personal Statement / Essay • Any Extracurricular Activities • Wentworth is Test-Optional • Additional Information Is Required If You Are An International or Transfer Applicant Learn more at wit.edu/admissions/requirements

Who are the Wentworth faculty?

Wentworth faculty are experienced professionals who are passionate about passing on their knowledge and expertise to the next wave of accomplished workplace problem solvers.

What high school courses are required to apply? How big are classes?

Wentworth classes hold an average of 19 students under the hands-on instruction of industry-seasoned faculty in state-of-the-art labs and studios.

All students must complete a mathematics course through the Algebra II level, at least one laboratory science course (e.g., Biology, Chemistry, or Physics), and four years of English. Applied Mathematics, Applied Sciences, Computer Science, Cybersecurity, and Engineering applicants must also have completed or be currently enrolled in a Pre-calculus course.


LET’S TALK VALUE Talk with a Wentworth financial aid counselor about how these factors are important in calculating your ROI.

Career & Salary Major / Degree School Financial Aid

Involvement Network Student Loans

A student’s future is priceless and the possibilities are endless, so let’s make the most of it. Whatever the situation, if students are curious and driven, we are here to help make their dreams a reality.

$35,970 Tuition (2020-2021) • $14,970 Average Room & Board Scan here to calculate the cost of a Wentworth education, including federal loans, grants, work-study options, scholarships, and fellowships using our Net Price Calculator. wit.studentaidcalculator.com


NOTES

Any Other Questions?

Your personal Wentworth admissions counselor can help you successfully navigate the application and admissions process and answer any questions that may arise. Find the admissions counselor for your school or geographic area. wit.edu/admissions/counselors


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