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Admissions & Aid

What you do right now is what defines the future—it's a mantra that's echoed throughout Wentworth Institute of Technology. That means diving in head first. It means breaking things just to fix them, embracing failures because it leads to successes. That unique mindset is what makes Wentworth such a unique place to learn. It's not a university of yesterday or of tomorrow, but of today. It's a University of Now. And when it comes to improving your world, The University of Now is where it all begins.

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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.

In Demand Degrees
66%

Faster growth rate of jobs associated with Wentworth's degrees

Superior Earning Potential
$64k

Median starting salary for Wentworth graduates (National Avg - $50k)

Women Leaders
50/50

Ratio of women students in leadership roles

Getting Jobs You Want
97%

of the class of 2019 were employed or in graduate school within 6 months of graduation

Tuition and Financial Aid

Here at Wentworth, we’re committed to helping students reach their full potential regardless of their socioeconomic background.

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Cost

Financial Aid

Approximately 85% of Wentworth students receive some type of financial aid (federal, state, Wentworth, and private). Wentworth offers both merit scholarships and need-based financial aid. In 2019, 99 percent of accepted students received a merit scholarship. The FAFSA is required to be considered for federal aid.

Virtually Explore the Wentworth Experience

We have created a number of ways for you to learn about the Wentworth experience (while following public health physical distance guidelines). Check out these virtual opportunities and get a feel for what it’s like to be a Leopard!

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