New Student Orientation
Orientation provides you with the basic knowledge of the campus community as well as the resources and services Wentworth offers. Orientation Leaders provide outreach throughout the summer to new students to help you have a smooth transition to Wentworth.
Online Orientation Modules
Information about academics, co-curricular opportunities at Wentworth, and campus resources will be available through our Online Orientation program. Students will access online orientation in Blackboard. After logging in, click on your orientation program listed under "My Organizations" and then click on "Course Material" in the menu on the left side of the page.
Family members can access our online Family Orientation program by clicking here.
Each student has an assigned Orientation Leader (OL) who will lead group conversations with you and other incoming students. Your OL will also be in touch with you throughout the summer to answer any questions you may have.
Identity Based Group Discussions
The Center for Diversity & Social Justice Program (CDSJP) is committed to promoting inclusion and a welcoming community to students of various races, ethnicities, sexual identities, gender identities and expressions, socio-economic classes, religions, spiritual traditions, ages, abilities, and many others.
In the spirit of Inclusive Excellence, CDSJP is excited to host meet-ups during during July to begin the process of building community among members of the incoming class of 2020. The meet-ups will provide the opportunity for students to engage in conversations about life at Wentworth (opportunities, resources, etc.). Returning students will participate in these meet-ups to share their personal experiences as individuals who are currently in the process of their Wentworth journeys. These students will also answer questions from new students to give their perspective on various aspects of campus and off-campus life. The following meet-ups will be offered: Interfaith Communities, First Generation Students, Queer Students, Students of Color, and Wentworth Women.