#62 in the “Regional Universities (North)” category
#35 in “Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs Whose Highest Degree is a Bachelor’s or Master’s”
#70 in “Best Value Schools”
Ranked among top 7 for occupational earnings power (score 100/100 places Wentworth among schools like CalTech, Harvey Mudd, & New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Among top 2% of U.S. schools for value-added earnings (score of 92/100)
One of the lowest student loan default rates at colleges in the state—and lowest in the country among four-year private colleges
#21 in relation to 20-year net return on investment, including both private and public (with out-of-state tuition) institutions
Named a “Hidden Gem” due to Wentworth being among schools that provide the greatest value-added boost to their alumni in the occupational earnings power category
Ranked among top 8% of universities by return on investment
#106 in College ROI Report and #93 in College Salary report
Listed in “Best Colleges: Region by Region" category for the Northeastern United States for the 12th year in a row
Also listed as one of 11 “featured” schools in this category
Listed in the 2017 edition of the "Guide to Green Colleges." Universities must achieve a score of 80+ (out of 99 possible points) to make the guide, and Wentworth earned a score of 86.
Ranked Wentworth's Construction Management program #2 nationally
National Center for Education Statistics
#5 nationally in Construction Management
Wentworth earned 2015 Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll
Earned in 2014 (the highest federal recognition institutions of higher learning can receive for community service, service learning, and civic engagement)
Ranks Wentworth #5 on the list of best starting salaries for graduates of Mass. schools ($55,500)
Colleges of Distinction
Among 19 listed colleges and universities in Massachusetts
Wentworth is listed at 443 among 706 schools nationwide. MONEY ranks colleges on a combination of educational quality, affordability, and alumni success. MONEY also adjusts some the success measures for the demographics of each school’s student body.
The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal’s college rankings place Wentworth at #495. The Journal's rankings focus on student experience and alumni success (after accounting for the student body’s demographics). They do not take tuition prices or generosity of financial aid into consideration.
Wentworth Institute is listed at number 3 on the list of top colleges and universities in the region for career preparation, according to a survey conducted by The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education.
Times Higher Education
Times Higher Education and The Wall Street Journal released overall college rankings that “place a heavy weight” on student outcomes, including the educational debt they accrue and the salaries graduates, earn. Wentworth was placed in the top 500 (#478). For college “outcomes,” the Institute earned a spot at #284.
Named Wentworth to its “Safest Colleges in Massachusetts 2016” list
Best Value Schools
Wentworth is ranked #5 nationally among the 50 Best Value Schools for Construction Management 2016