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Undergraduate Admissions

At Wentworth Institute of Technology, impatience is a virtue. When we see problems, we don't want to wait. We want to test and fix and collaborate with others who share the same drive. Our hands-on, project-based curriculum lets students solve real-world problems in labs and studios on our Boston campus. Choose from majors in engineering, computing, architecture, design, math, sciences and management. Your future starts now. Are you ready? 

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Wentworth at a Glance

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)

Getting Jobs You Want
96%

Full time Class of 2019 Wentworth graduates accepted a job in their field (86% knowledge rate)

Payscale ROI
Top 6%

Payscale.com's ranking of Wentworth for University ROI

How to Apply

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Key Dates & Deadlines

  1. Oct 01
    FAFSA form submission deadline

    Complete the free FAFSA form or apply online at fafsa.ed.gov

  2. Dec 01
    Priority deadline for applicants

    All applicants are automatically considered for merit scholarships. Admission applications received by the priority deadline will get first consideration.

  3. Feb 15
    Deadline for regular applications

    Wentworth practices rolling admissions, which means we review applications as they are received. After the Feb. 15 regular deadline, please check with the Office of Admissions for space availability in the area of your interest.

  4. Mar 01
    Priority deadline for financial aid applications

    Typically, if you filed your FAFSA in January, your financial aid award letter will arrive at the end of March.

Virtual Tour

Want to find out more? Explore Wentworth from home with one of our virtual experiences designed to  connect you with the campus and help you understand why the university is a great fit for prospective students that are motivated and driven to get things done. 

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Speak to an Admissions Counselor

You have questions. We have answers. Send us an email or schedule an appointment and we'll guide you through what's next.

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