Wentworth Institute of Technology is committed to creating a supportive learning and social environment for all members of the campus community. Wentworth depends on members of the community to identify and share information so the University can provide the appropriate support and resources to those who are impacted and/or who may need additional assistance. Please utilize the forms below to submit a formal report or request. We take seriously these submissions because the health and well-being of everyone is a priority here.
As a reminder, if there is an immediate concern for the safety of yourself or others, please contact the Department of Public Safety at (617) 989-4444.
Absence Notification Request
Students who are going to be absent from class for an extended period of time (hospitalization, serious illness or injury, bereavement, jury duty) may submit an absence notification form. The Dean of Students Office will notify your faculty and assist you with your return to campus.
Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)
Wentworth Institute of Technology prioritizes the safety and security of our campus community. As members of that community, we each hold a responsibility to share information about our students and colleagues when we become concerned for their safety or wellbeing or the safety of others. The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) responds to each of these concerns. Through a collaborative process, the purpose of BIT is to mitigate targeted acts of violence and intervene in situations that may impact the well-being of our campus community.
- Learn more about the Behavioral Intervention Team
- Questions about the Behavioral Intervention Process, contact Peter Fowler
- For concerns related to a student, please use this reporting form
For concerns related to a faculty or staff member or contractor, please use this form
- For immediate concerns for someone’s safety call Public Safety at (617) 989-4444 or 911.
Wentworth does not tolerate incidents of bias and discrimination. Bias incidents may take many forms and target an individual or group based on a perceived identity. Individuals who have knowledge of a bias incident on campus or involving a member of the Wentworth community are encouraged to report that information to the Bias Incident Response Team.
COVID-19 Non-Compliance Reporting
If you observe others not following the policies and procedures, it is important that you appropriately remind them of their responsibility to promote social solidarity and ensure the health and safety of others. If a member of our community's non-compliance with policies and guidelines persists, you may report using the COVID non-compliance form.
General Incident Reporting Form
Any member of the community can submit a report if they, in good faith, believe that a student’s behavior is in violation of the Student Code of Conduct and/or is adversely impacting the campus community. These reports are viewed by members of the Dean of Students Office.
Sexual Misconduct and Sex-Based Discrimination
This form is used to provide information necessary to report a concern pursuant to the Sexual Misconduct and Sex-based Discrimination Policy for Students and Employees.
- Questions about this form or the Sexual Misconduct and Sex-based Discrimination Policy should be directed to the Title IX Coordinator
- Sexual Misconduct and Sex-Based Discrimination Reporting Form
Student Emergency Fund Request
This form should be used by students who would like to make a request for financial support through the Student Emergency Fund. The Student Emergency Fund assists students with the expenses of life as a college student. The Student Emergency Fund may be used for the purchase of books, supplies for projects, or food, as well as unexpected expenses related to a personal or family emergency.
Student of Concern
Any members of the campus community can submit a CARE Report when they are feeling concerned for a student. This may include students who are exhibiting unusual or unhealthy behaviors, significant mood changes, or disruptive behaviors. CARE Reports are not to be used in an emergency. If you have a concern for someone’s safety, call Public Safety at 617-989-4444 or 911 immediately.
Students may speak with a counselor 24 hours a day/7 days per week by calling 617-989-4390 (press 2 at the prompt).