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Have questions? Get answers!
Are you experiencing a mental health emergency and want to speak to someone right away?
Our BeWell@WIT program offers 24/7 support from a mental health counselor by phone, just dial (617) 989-4390 and select option 2.
Also available is the 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
Have a question or a concern and don't know who can help you?
Just email DOS@wit.edu and a staff member from the Dean of Students Office will assist you. They're available to listen to your question/concern, work with you to develop a plan, connect you to the right person/place, and support you in any additional way they can.
The staff is also available to meet with you in person, virtually, or over the phone; Just submit a Dean of Students Office Meeting & Outreach request and a staff member will get back to you.
Are you experiencing personal or academic difficulties? Do you need help accessing on-campus or off-campus resources?
Looking for the contact, or office location, information of a specific faculty or staff member?
Please visit our Faculty/Staff Directory where you can search by name, department, or college!
Not sure who your assigned advisors or counselors are?
Who Can Help @ WIT search engine
Use key terms from your question to find the individual or department that can assist you: WhoCanHelp.wit.edu
Questions regarding Financial Aid, scholarships, and financial education?
Contact email@example.com with your question and a member of the team will get back to you.
Are you experiencing financial difficulties that are causing food/housing insecurity or preventing you for accessing the learning materials you need?
Students experiencing financial hardship, unrelated to their student account balance, should contact Student Support Specialist Jesse Aparicio Correia, firstname.lastname@example.org, for assistance.
To learn about the resources and programs available to students experiencing financial hardship, please click here.
For support with financial difficulties that are impacting your ability to pay your student account balance or if there has been a significant change in your/your family's financial circumstance, please contact your designated Financial Aid counselor to speak with them regarding the options available or to have them conduct a 'Special Circumstance Review'.
Questions regarding your student account, billing, payment plans, and our Student Health Insurance (SHIP)?
Contact email@example.com with your question and a member of the team will get back to you.
Questions related to living on campus or a request you have for our Housing & Residential Education department?
If you have a request to make relating to your housing assignment, meal plan, or other housing related matters, please visit the Housing & Residential Education self-service portal to see if your need is listed.
If you didn't find what you needed or you still have a question, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the team will get back to you.
For general information about living on campus, meal plan and dining options, or Housing policies and procedures, please click here.
Looking for support with absences, changes to enrollment, or taking a Medical Leave of Absence?
You may contact the Dean of Student Office to connect with one of the Student Support Specialists for guidance on any of these matters and they will assist in referring you to the appropriate person/department.
- Students who are going to be absent from class for an extended period of time (hospitalization, serious illness or injury, bereavement, jury duty) may submit an absence notification form. The Dean's Office will notify your faculty and assist you with your return to campus. As a general reminder, absence notifications do not excuse absences and will not be sent after the fact.
- Visit the Academic Catalog to learn about the various changes to enrollment that are available to students.
- To discuss or take a Medical Leave of Absence, please contact Student Support Specialist Kayla Schneider, email@example.com.
Do you have concerns regarding discrimination, harassment, or retaliation?
Concerns with discrimination, harassment, retaliation, or violations of Wentworth’s Sexual Misconduct and Sex-based Discrimination Policy for Students and Employees should be referred to Catlin Wells in The Office of Institutional Equity, firstname.lastname@example.org. Students may also submit a report by clicking here.