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Meal Plans

All residential students will enjoy their experience eating in our dining areas at Wentworth and within the Colleges of the Fenway. Residential students have the opportunity to select from a variety of meal plan options. Please check out the WIT's dining website for more information.

Please note:

  • All first-year students and residents of Baker Hall or Evans Way/Tudbury are required to choose the Platinum, Gold, or Silver plans. 
  • Second- through fourth-year students or transfer students who reside in 555, 610, Louis Prang/Vancouver or 525 will choose from Platinum, Gold, Silver, Ruby and Emerald when completing their Housing Agreement.
  • Meal plans are purchased by semester. Any dining points leftover from the fall semester will be added to the spring semester balance. If a student is living on campus for the summer, any dining points leftover from the spring semester will be added to the summer semester balance. All dining points for the academic year must be used by last day of finals in August of that year. Meal swipes do not rollover from semester to semester.
  • Students may alter their meal plan choice by clicking here. Changes to meal plans after the first four weeks of the semester will not be accepted. 
  • More information on Wentworth’s meal plans can be found at here.
  • Students can check their meal plan balance here.

Fenway Cash

Fenway Cash is a separate form of payment attached to your WIT ID card. It can be preloaded by debit/credit card. It is accepted at all six Colleges of the Fenway, including bookstores and cafeterias. Fenway Cash can also be used at over 80 businesses in the Boston area, including retail stores, restaurants, and pharmacies. A complete list of accepting locations.

Laundry Services

Each residential student has access to laundry services available for use. Laundry services in community laundry rooms accept payment via credit card (including Apple Pay, Google Pay, etc.) as well as payment through mobile app. Students are encouraged to utilize the mobile app as it provides additional amenities such as creating an account, adding money to your account balance, receiving "wash complete" notifications, and viewing machines available for use. 

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Laundry Locations

  • Evans Way, Tudbury Hall, and Louis Prang/Vancouver Street residential students: Evans Way Ground Floor
  • Baker Hall residential students: Laundry rooms are available on each floor
  • 555 Huntington Avenue residential students: 555 Huntington Avenue Ground Floor
  • 610 Huntington Avenue residential students: 610 Huntington Avenue Ground Floor
  • Apartments@525 residential students: In-unit laundry

Tips and Tricks for successful laundering:

  • Use the mobile app, Laundry Connect Pay! Instructions to download are available in laundry rooms
  • Read and follow the instructions available in laundry rooms, which include:
    • Washing Instructions
      • Load clothes loosely into washer and close door firmly
      • Laundry Detergent
        • If using tide pods, add the pod directly to the drum, prior to beginning the cycle. Tide pods do not dissolve well if placed in the detergent tray
        • If using liquid detergent, be sure to use 1/4 cup of High-Efficiency (HE) detergent
    • Drying Instructions
      • Clean the dryer lint screen prior to beginning your dryer cycle. 
  • Machine not working? Use the mobile app to report an issue with a certain machine

Housing Accommodations

To request a medical housing accommodation, you must be a full-time student in good academic, judicial and financial standing with the University; have paid the housing down-payment and have needs that necessitate such an accommodation. You must submit a request to the Accessibility Services unit within the Success Studio stating the accommodation you are seeking and include medical documentation supporting the request. You must reapply for accommodations each time you go through the housing selection or re-assignment process. For more information, please visit the Housing and Residential Education Policies and Procedures page for specific information about housing accommodations.

Responsible Use of Alcohol Policy

The Responsible Use of Alcohol in Residential Living Policy allows students of legal drinking age to attain Responsible User status and possess a limited amount of beer or wine in their living space. Hard alcohol is not permitted anywhere on campus.

The Responsible Use of Alcohol in Residential Living Policy applies to students who are 21 years or older and reside in The Apartments@525, 555 Huntington Avenue, 610 Huntington Avenue, Louis Prang and Vancouver Apartments.

  • Students under the age of 21 cannot consume alcohol no matter where they reside on campus.
  • No alcohol is allowed in Baker Hall, Evans Way Hall or Tudbury Hall at any time.

In suites/apartments, the students who are 21 years or older and meet the responsible user criteria are permitted to have only one of the following:

  • Six (6) 12 oz. beers
  • Six (6) prepackaged/premeasured 12 oz. beverages such as “Mikes Hard Lemonade”
  • One (1) 1.5-liter bottle of wine
  • Any alcohol that a Responsible User student possesses must be stored in the student’s bedroom.
  • To be able to possess and store alcohol in a bedroom, all residents of that bedroom must be 21 years or older.

To be eligible under this policy:

  • 66% of the residents of the suite or apartment must be at least 21 years of age. · Each resident of the suite 21 years or older must review the Responsible User PowerPoint presentation.
  • Each resident of the suite 21 years or older must earn a score of 80% or higher on the Responsible User Module, now available on Brightspace
    • If you do not see the course or do not have access, email

Once all the students who live in suites meet the Responsible Use of Alcohol in Residential Living Policy criteria have successfully completed the Responsible Use of Alcohol in Residential Living Quiz with a score of 80% or better, they will receive a Responsible User Certificate good for the academic semester they are in.

  • The Responsible User Certificate will have the names of only the Responsible Users residing in a suite/apartment and must be posted on the inside of the suite/apartment door at all times.
  • Violations of the alcohol policy that occur in a suite or apartment where there are Responsible Users, all Responsible User certificates will be confiscated and the Responsible Users in that suite will immediately lose that status.
  • IMPORTANT: Students who are found responsible for providing alcohol to minors may be placed on Institute Probation.
  • If a new resident who is not 21 years or older moves into a Responsible User suite or apartment and the suite falls below the 66% 21-year or older eligibility criteria, the Responsible Use of Alcohol certificate will be rescinded.

Xfinity on Campus

All Wentworth residential students have access to Xfinity on Campus. Click the link to learn more about setup details.