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U.S. News & World Report
- #71 in the “Regional Universities (North)” category
- #44 in “Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs Whose Highest Degree is a Bachelor’s or Master’s”
- 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 of 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 10th 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 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