Admissions Office Coronavirus Information

Last updated August 18, 2020

Wentworth Institute of Technology is closely monitoring the spread of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and following the lead of public health officials to do everything possible to keep our community safe and healthy. (You can view Wentworth’s Coronavirus Information page here). 

Wentworth is a community of care and we are here to support you. Below you’ll find answers to some of the questions and concerns you might have, which include the measures we are taking to allow for flexibility on requirements, deadlines, and more. We hope this helps alleviate some of the stress and worries as you continue through your college exploration and decision process.

Have other questions? We invite you to connect with us! Your personal Wentworth admissions counselor is available to answer any questions. You can find their direct contact information here or call 617-989-4000.

On Campus Visits & Events

Is Wentworth still open?

Can I still come visit campus?

Important Information for Accepted and Enrolled Students

I was signed up for one of the Accepted Student Days, will those still be happening?

I have specific questions about financial aid or my financial aid package – how do I get in touch with Student Services?

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, my family or I need more financial assistance, what options do I have?

Do I still have to make my decision by the May 1st National College Decision Day?

Will orientation be taking place this summer?

Will Wentworth Institute of Technology honor Project Lead the Way courses without a End of Course assessment score?

For Applicants

Is Wentworth still accepting applications?

Because of school closures, I now can’t get my official transcripts.

Because of school closures, I won’t be able to get a teacher recommendation.

For Prospective Students

I had to finish my 2019-2020 coursework on a Pass/Fail basis. Will this impact my ability to enroll in fall 2021?

If my spring 2020 semester grades dropped due to the disruptions caused by COVID-19, will that impact my admissibility?

SAT/ACT Testing

The SAT/ACT I was planning on taking has been canceled.