Tuition & Fees

Wentworth's Board of Trustees reviews, determines and announces tuition, room and board rates approximately 6 months prior to the upcoming academic year.

Annual Costs for 2020-2021

Costs listed below are based on two semesters of full-time enrollment unless otherwise stated.

At the discretion of the Institute, tuition and fees are subject to change at any time

Undergraduate Day Students: 2020-2021

  • Tuition: $35,970
  • Room & Board: See Residential Life's detailed Room & Board rates
  • Health Insurance Fee: $2,409*
  • Technology Fee: $600
  • Tuition per credit: $1,128

Graduate Day Students: 2020-2021

  • Master of Architecture: $38,600; per credit $1,070
  • Master of Civil Engineering: $34,050; per credit $1,135
  • Master of Project Management: $34,050; per credit $1,135
  • Room & Board: See Residential Life's detailed Room & Board rates
  • Health Insurance Fee: $2,409*

*Coverage is determined by the first term of the academic year in which the student enrolls in nine or more credits, including Co-Op. See the Health Insurance page for more information on coverage, enrollment, and waivers, which are subject to change.

Professional and Continuing Education: 2020-2021

  • Undergraduate Tuition per credit rate: $475
  • Undergraduate Tuition per credit in a Day Course*: $1,128
  • Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering per credit rate: $1,135
  • Master of Science in Construction Management per credit rate: $1,135
  • Master of Science in Facilities Management per credit rate: $1,135
  • Master of Science in Technology Management per credit rate: $1,135
  • Master of Science in Applied Computer Science per credit rate: $1,135
  • Master of Science in Project Management per credit rate: $1,135

*Professional and Continuing Education students who choose to take Undergraduate Day program courses will be charged the Undergraduate Day program rate.

Cost of Attendance

Each school determines its own Cost of Attendance. This figure includes direct costs like tuition, room, and board/meal plan, and indirect costs such as travel expenses, books, and personal expenses. The amount will vary depending on whether students live on campus or commute from home. Because each school has a different cost of attendance, financial need will vary from school to school. Indirect costs may vary by the individual student and can be viewed on Leopardweb.

Indirect Costs

  • Books & Supplies $1,500
  • Transportation $1,000
  • Miscellaneous $2,750