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Student Involvement

Center for Student Engagement, Center for Diversity & Social Justice Programs, and More
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There are many inspiring ways to get involved at Wentworth from joining a club or organization, playing sports, or attending one of the many social and educational events offered. 

The Center for Student Engagement

This center connects our community by providing students with resources for success, helping students to explore their interests and celebrating their achievements.

  • New Student Orientation (NSO) and Wentworth Opening Week (WOW) welcome students to the Wentworth community.
  • 70+ Clubs and Organizations give students the opportunity to engage in co-curricular activities and connect with students who share similar interests.
  • The Wentworth Leadership Institute enhances students' academic experience through leadership development programs that are career-centered and develop a student's identity as a leader.
  • Our Commuter Programs offer commuter parking permits, discounted MBTA Semester passes, free lockers and commuter support with events throughout the year.

Center for Diversity & Social Justice

This center promotes cross-cultural perspectives, inclusivity, leadership development and personal growth among the Wentworth community, fostering a welcoming, brave and safe environment. They host exciting, educational and fun events throughout the year, including an Annual Social Justice Week, Diwali & Lunar New Year Celebrations and a Coming Out Week Drag Show. 

Center for Learning & Community Partnerships

This center enables prospective and current Wentworth students, staff and faculty, and our external partners to participate in a wide range of proven early college opportunities and transformative community-driven experiences. 

Leadership Education

The Center for Student Engagement is committed to enhancing the academic experience of Wentworth students through offering leadership development programs that are career-centered and purposefully designed to develop a students' identity as a leader.

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Commuter Support

Here you will find a wide range of useful information and resources for commuter students.

• Commuter Parking
Discounted MBTA Semester Passes
Free Lockers

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New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation (NSO) is a two-day, overnight introduction to the Wentworth community where you will have the opportunity to meet other first-year students, staff, and faculty.

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Wentworth Opening Week (WOW)

Wentworth Opening Week (WOW) is our official welcome program for all first-year and transfer students at Wentworth. Whether you are living on campus or commuting from home, every new student at Wentworth participates in this 3 1/2 day introduction to college life during the first days of September.

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The Center for Diversity & Social Justice Programs

The Center for Diversity & Social Justice (CDSJP) programs at Wentworth promote cross-cultural perspectives, inclusivity, leadership development and personal growth among the Wentworth community. They foster a welcoming, brave and safe environment for all students with a specific focus on underrepresented populations and their allies through social and educational opportunities such as student organizations, trainings, and more.

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