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Student Life

Our students are relentlessly curious, and their passion carries well beyond the lab. From robotics clubs to design collaborations, there is no shortage of opportunity to challenge yourself in pursuit of a better tomorrow.

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Center for Student Engagement

The Center for Student Engagement is dedicated to providing educational, experiential and social opportunities that enhance students' development as engaged members of their communities and professions.

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Activities, Clubs & Organizations

With over 70 student organizations at Wentworth, you are bound to find something that interests you. Jump on a podcast with Wentworth Internet Radio + Entertainment (WIRE), get into the scrum with our Men’s and Women’s Club Rugby teams, take a hike in the White Mountains with Outing Club or build and test a concrete canoe with American Society of Civil Engineers. Whatever your interests, you will be able to Find Your FIT at WIT! 

A female student adjust the robotic-like costume modeled by a male student.

Dean of Students' Office

The Dean of Students Office acts as a resource, referral agent, and advocate for students so they may live and learn successfully throughout their Wentworth experience. Whether you need advice or support on academic or personal matters, we can help you access the resources and solutions you need.

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Flanagan Campus Center

Located in the ground floor of Beatty Hall, the Flanagan Campus Center is a fun, safe, and inclusive space for students to meet, relax, study, play, work out, or buy tickets or books. Open from early until late seven days a week, it’s always bustling with activity.

The sign on the glass outside of Beatty Hall that reads "Beatty Hall. The William H. Flanagan Campus Center"

Health & Wellness

Wentworth is your home while you attend classes, and we know your health, wellness and safety are an important part of bringing your best to all you do. Our support services provide resources and events to help you be your best self. 

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Housing & Residential Life

At Wentworth, you'll enjoy small college comforts and big-city excitement. Our 31-acre campus in the heart of Boston boasts a tree-lined quad, modern and traditional residence halls, and diverse campus amenities such as a dining hall, bookstore, convenience store, the rich resources of the Douglas D. Schumann Library & Learning Commons, computer center, a 24-hour Department of Public Safety, and numerous social activities. 

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Military-Connected Services

Wentworth Honors the Military-Connected Community:  Actively Serving, Veterans, ROTC and Family Members.

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Public Safety & Parking

Public Safety's services range from patrolling campus to providing safe escorts to managing parking. 

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Student Handbook & Code of Conduct

 All members of the Wentworth community are expected to uphold the Wentworth Creed, the Leopards Oath, The Student Code, its policies and all local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Students who fail to uphold each of these standards are subject to a disciplinary sanction. 

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Student Service Center

The Student Service Center is a one-stop-shop where you can get help for everything from registering for your classes to paying your bills. We are made up of the Registrar’s staff, the Financial Aid staff, the Billing staff (Student Financial Services), and International Student Services. 

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