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Institutional Scholarships

ARIOCH AND PRESIDENT’S SCHOLARSHIPS
The Arioch and President’s Scholarships are awarded each year to a premier group of incoming students. These awards are granted to those students who have demonstrated excellent academic achievements, and have actively involved themselves in both their school and extended community. The aim of these scholarships is to assist meritorious individuals in their study at Wentworth and to recognize in a tangible way the leadership potential which these students demonstrate.

Applicants must be first-time freshman or transfer applicants for admission to Wentworth. First-time international applicants may also apply. Applicants must have a minimum SAT (Critical Reading, Math, and Writing) score of 1,600 or an ACT Composite score of 24. Scholarship applicants must have already received their acceptance to Wentworth.

Scholarships may be renewed and applied toward tuition as long as the recipient maintains a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 and is a full-time student. Arioch scholars must also live in Wentworth’s residence halls. (Please note for tax purposes that the Arioch Scholarship is a tuition scholarship.)

In addition to the application form, an official high school and college (for transfer applicants) transcript must be submitted. Transcripts received for Wentworth’s Admissions application cannot be used towards the scholarship application. Scholarship applications must be postmarked by February 15, 2010. Scholarships can only be awarded to students who have been accepted to Wentworth prior to February 15, 2010.

Access this link for additional information and an application.

MERIT AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS
This scholarship is available to all new (freshman and transfer) applicants. Admitted students are automatically considered for this merit-based scholarship. No separate application is required. Eligibility is based on a combination of factors: SAT scores and grades. Students must maintain a 2.5 institutional cumulative GPA as determined by the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy to retain eligibility for these scholarships in subsequent years and be enrolled full-time. If conditions are not met in any year, the scholarship is no longer renewable. Merit award scholarships are applied toward tuition charges. Visit Wentworth’s website at www.wit.edu/ssc/ aid/finaidhome.htm for information on scholarships.

WENTWORTH COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP
Applicants must have demonstrated the highest level of commitment to the Wentworth Community through involvement in social, administrative, charitable, and athletic activities while excelling in academics. Students who have completed four (4) semesters and earned 60 semester credit hours with a GPA of 3.0 or better are eligible to apply for this $2,500 per year scholarship. Students need to reapply each year and be enrolled full time. Funds from this scholarship are applied toward tuition charges. Visit Wentworth’s website at www.wit.edu/ssc/aid/finaidhome.htm for information on scholarships.

FEMALE STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) SCHOLARSHIP
Wentworth offers two of these merit-based scholarships annually to deserving new female students.

In order to be considered for this scholarship, students must satisfy the following eligibility criteria:

  • Be a female student entering Wentworth as a newly enrolled fulltime student for the 2009-2010 academic year
  • Be accepted into one of Wentworth’s seven STEM academic majors: Civil Engineering Technology, Computer Science, Computer Networking Systems, Computer Engineering Technology, Electromechanical Engineering, Electronic Engineering Technology, or Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Maintain a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.5

All female STEM applicants are automatically considered for this scholarship, no additional application is necessary. This is a full-tuition scholarship after the applicant has applied for federal need-based aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The scholarship evaluation is determined by the Admissions Office and begins in mid-January. The scholarship may be renewed for up to five years, depending on the length of the recipient’s bachelor’s degree program.

ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIPS
Additional scholarships are offered at Wentworth. Students need only to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for these scholarships. You will be automatically considered for all scholarships for which you are eligible.

Supplemental Scholarship Application
Several scholarships have selection criteria and require Wentworth’s supplemental Scholarship Application. The scholarships in this group are the Altschuler, Anderson, Bohm, Charbonnier, Chryssis, Cox, Crowley, Ely, Flatley, SAME/Tuskegee Airmen - Fortune, and Foster scholarships. If a student, or prospective student, believes that he or she is eligible for one or more of these particular scholarships, please contact the Student Service Center and complete a supplemental Scholarship Application. (Please refer to the footnote below).

GEORGE I. ALDEN SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship has been established by the George I. Alden Trust and Wentworth alumni for a student who demonstrates financial need, preferably enrolled in engin- eering and from Boston Tech high school or Metro-Worcester. Income from the fund is credited toward the tuition.

CHARLES F. ANGELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Mrs. Charles Angell and various staff and students of Wentworth Institute of Technology have established this scholarship in memory of former Professor Charles F. Angell. For a deserving student enrolled in one of the majors offered by the electronics department and recommended by the faculty of that department.

SAMUEL AND NANCY ALTSCHULER SCHOLARSHIPS IN ELECTROMECHANICAL ENGINEERING
For third, fourth, or fifth-year students majoring in Electromechanical Engineering, having earned and maintaining a G.P.A. of at least 3.00. Two annual scholarships of $5,000. Interested students must complete an application available through the Department of Electronics and Mechanical.

*WALTER C. AND CONSTANCE E. ANDERSON SCHOLARSHIP
Established by the family, friends, and colleagues of Walter and Constance Anderson. Mr. Anderson was chief financial officer at Wentworth for nearly 20 years; he also served as president of Wentworth Technical Schools, Inc. The purpose of the scholarship is “unrestricted for needy or worthy students.” Preference is given to students enrolled from Plymouth County. The award is credited to the student’s tuition.

WILLIAM A. BERRY AND SON’S, INC. SCHOLARSHIP
William A. Berry and Son’s, Inc. established this scholarship to support two students in their second/or third year who have demonstrated their ability to succeed; preference is given to women and minorities. Scholarships will be awarded to students who have maintained an overall (GPA) of 2.75 or higher, are majoring in Construction Engineering Technology, Construction Management, Civil Engineering, and Architectural Engineering Technology and are interested in pursuing a career in Construction Management. This scholarship is more than a financial award, the recipients will have an opportunity to connect with this company for mentoring, co-op opportunities, and potential permanent employment.

LT. KEVIN M. KELLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Candidates of the Lieutenant Kevin M. Kelley Memorial Scholarship must be a full-time undergraduate students entering their first, second, third, or fourth year at Wentworth Institute of Technology. Candidates must be in good academic standing at either Wentworth Institute of Technology or their graduating high school. Preferences will be given to eligible recipients in the following order: the son or daughter of a member of the Boston Firefighters Local 718; a son or daughter of a member of the Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts; any worthy or deserving student or prospective student as determined by the Office of Financial Aid. The scholarship may be renewed in succeeding years, if no other student meets the above criteria, as long as the student maintains good academic standing and continues to have financial need as determined under policies of the Institute.

APPLEDORE ENGINEERING INC. SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Appledore Engineering, Inc. of Newmarket, New Hampshire to increase opportunities for young men and women in the fields of mathematics and science. Preference is given to engineering students.

GEORGE T. AND PAULETTE M. BALICH SCHOLARSHIP (The Arioch Center)
For part-time matriculated students in any of the undergraduate degree programs in The Arioch Center. Established to encourage students from Massachusetts cities with populations of 25,000 or more to enroll in the prescribed number of courses each semester as a part-time student and to successfully complete published degree requirements. Requirements: completion of supplemental The Arioch Center scholarship application form to demonstrate financial need and academic promise; C (2.0) grade or higher in each course.

RANDALL CLARK BEAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship was established to honor the memory of Randall Clark Bean, Class of 1975, by members of his family and friends. The scholarship is awarded to junior or senior students and is credited to the student’s tuition.

H. RUSSELL BEATTY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Established by family, friends, and colleagues in memory of Dr. H. Russell Beatty, first President of Wentworth College of Technology, for students who demonstrate excellence in scholarship and character. Awards are made to junior and senior students.

WILLIAM A. BERRY AND SON, INC. SCHOLARSHIPS
Awarded to third and/or fourth year students who have demonstrated their ability to succeed at Wentworth; preference is given to women and minorities. Scholarships will be awarded to students who have maintained an overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.75 or higher, are majoring in Architecture, Construction Management, or Civil Engineering Technology, and who are interested in pursuing a career in Construction Management.

*RALPH CHRISTIAN BOHM SCHOLARSHIP
Established through the generosity of Mr. Ralph Christian Bohm in 1972, this scholar- ship is awarded to a student of Protestant faith, demonstrating financial need, from Lynn, Lynnfield, Nahant, Peabody, or Saugus, Massachusetts.

BOND BROTHERS SCHOLARSHIP
The Edward A. Bond Foundation of Everett, MA established this endowed scholarship fund in 1999 to support students majoring in Civil Engineering.

ROBERT BOSCH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Established by the Wentworth Alumni Association for worthy and needy students. Funds for the award are obtained from the Alumni Association. The scholarship awards are credited to the student’s tuition.

BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS SECTION OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS (BSCES/ASCE) SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Awarded to a student enrolled in a major offered by the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environment who is deserving based on scholastic excellence, extra- curricular activities, and financial need.

GEORGE AND MAUREEN CHAMILLARD SCHOLARSHIP
Established by George (Class of ‘58) and his wife Maureen.

*MARK S. CHARBONNIER SCHOLARSHIP FUND
A gift from the family of Mark S. Charbonnier, Class of 1985, matched by the Wentworth Alumni Association, established this endowed scholarship fund in his memory in 1999. After graduating from Wentworth, Mark Charbonnier became a Massachusetts State Trooper. He was killed in the line of duty in 1994. The Charbonnier Scholarship provides support for permanent Massachusetts residents who are close family relatives of active or retired law enforcement officers.

*GEORGE C. CHRYSSIS SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Established by George C. Chryssis, a graduate of the Class of 1969 EET, in appreciation of the opportunities a Wentworth education gave him. Mr. Chryssis is a prominent businessman, a member of the Wentworth Corporation, a Trustee of the Institute, and the vice president of executive affairs at the Institute. The Chryssis scholarship is awarded annually with preference given to a student of Greek descent. The award is credited to the student’s tuition.

THOMAS J. CONROY SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Amelia R. Conroy in memory of Thomas J. Conroy, AC ’24 with preference given to students who demonstrate financial need and who are enrolled in the design or construction disciplines.

*HAROLD AND HELEN COX SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Mrs. Harold L. Cox in memory of Harold L. Cox, SEPP ’33, to provide scholarship assistance to graduates of Hanover, Massachusetts High School. If no candidates from Hanover qualify, then students from Pembroke, Massachusetts High School will be considered before any others. Awards are to be applied to the student’s educational expenses. Candidates must provide evidence of financial need.

*ELIZABETH ANN CROWLEY SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Established by the Boston Edison/NSTAR Electric Company, Boston Edison/NSTAR Electric employees and family and friends, in memory of Elizabeth Ann Crowley of Braintree, Massachusetts. A graduate of the Weekend College in 1984 with a degree in Computer Science, Mrs. Crowley was employed for twenty-six years at Boston Edison as a Municipal Sales Representative. Preference is given to Boston Edison/NSTAR Electric employees and their dependent children who show financial need and/or scholastic achievement. Awards are applied to the student’s tuition.

ALBERT DACKO SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Established by family and friends of Albert Dacko, Class of 1954. Preference for students enrolled in architecture program who demonstrate financial need.

ARTHUR L. DAVID SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Preference for students from Middlesex County. Financial need may be considered but should not be the determinant factor.

CHARLES C. ELY SCHOLARSHIP
Provides funds “for young men from Boston with clear-cut financial need.”

PHILIP A. EYRICK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Grace L. Eyrick in memory of her brother, Philip A. Eyrick, MC & TD ’23, whose high regard for Wentworth was reflected in his lifelong commitment to the school. Scholarships are awarded to deserving students and are credited to the student’s tuition. Preference given to students enrolled in mechanical engineering technology program.

*JOHN J. AND MARGARET M. (O’BRIEN) FLATLEY SCHOLARSHIP
The Flatley Foundation established the Flatley Scholarship in 1999, in memory of the parents of Thomas J. Flatley. Preference is to provide support for residents and/or graduates of South Boston and Charlestown High Schools, or students enrolled in MassPep. This endowed and renewable scholarship provides funds for students major ing in fields associated with design and build, including: architecture, civil engineering technology, construction management, facilities planning and management, interior design, and industrial design.

*FLATLEY - CHARLESTOWN SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is for residents of Charlestown, MA and/or graduates of Charlestown High School, who are attending or seek to attend Wentworth. It is a $10,000 annual award. Applications are available at Wentworth or c/o the Charlestown Community Council, and are to be submitted to the Charlestown Community Council by March 31.

*TUSKEGEE AIRMEN/M. ROBERT FORTUNE SCHOLARSHIP, BOSTON POST, SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS
Established by members of the Tuskegee Airmen and by members and friends of the Boston Post, Society of American Military Engineers, this (now-combined) scholarship commemorates the Tuskegee Airmen and is in memory of M. Robert Fortune, Jr. CHE ’69. Awards are made to students enrolled in engineering curricula, who demonstrate academic achievement and financial need and who participate in extracurricular activities. Recipients must be American citizens living in either eastern Massachusetts or Worcester County, and must have completed one academic year. Preference is given to students indicating an interest in ROTC, the military, or military engineering.

Awards are presented at the SAME Annual Spring Meeting.

RAYMOND P. FOSTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Established by Raymond Foster ’17 for a student from New Hampshire who demonstrates financial need.

*WILLIAM E. FOSTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Mrs. Alta Whitehouse Foster, in memory of her husband, William E. Foster, for students who demonstrate an interest in journalism. Scholarship awards are made to junior and senior students and are credited to the student’s tuition.

LEONA AND JOHN GHUBLIKIAN EDUCATION FUND
Established by Leona and John Ghublikian, long-time friends of Wentworth. John Ghublikian served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees from 1985 to 1992. Income from the fund is used for scholarship aid to deserving students enrolled in a degree program. The award is credited to the student’s tuition.

CHARLES L. GUILD SCHOLARSHIP
Established by friends, colleagues, and associates of Charles L. Guild, Class of 1931, income from the scholarship endowment shall be awarded to needy and deserving students. Priority shall be for students with a particular desire to work in foundation engineering or in the construction industry after graduation. Residents of Rhode Island and Massachusetts will be given preference.

CHARLES HAYDEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS (FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS)
Established by the Charles Hayden Memorial Foundation for worthy students whose parents are unable to finance the entire cost of their tuition. Students must be graduates of high schools located in the metropolitan area of Boston or New York City. The metropolitan area of Boston includes the following cities and towns: Arlington, Belmont, Boston, Braintree, Brookline, Cambridge, Canton, Chelsea, Dedham, Everett, Lexington, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Milton, Needham, Newton, Quincy, Revere, Somerville, Stoneham, Waltham, Watertown, Wellesley, Weston, Weymouth, Winchester, and Winthrop.

HENRY R. HESSE SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Mrs. Henry R. Hesse in memory of her husband, Henry R. Hesse, a member of the Class of 1953. The scholarship is awarded annually to deserving students of good character who are residents of Wilmington, Massachusetts. The award is credited to the student’s tuition.

MARC ERWIN HOLT MEMORIAL FUND
Established in memory of Marc Erwin Holt, AET ’72 by his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Bradford Holt. The award is made annually to a student with financial need who has completed the freshman year. It is credited to the student’s tuition.

OSCAR B. KEITH SCHOLARSHIP
Established by the family of Oscar B. Keith, AC ’25, a former member of the Wentworth Corporation. Income from the fund will be awarded to a student who demonstrates financial need. The award is credited to the student’s tuition.

EDWARD T. AND BARBARA J. KIRKPATRICK SCHOLARSHIP
Established by the family, friends, and colleagues of Dr. Edward T. and Barbara J. Kirkpatrick in recognition of nearly two decades of service to Wentworth and its subsidiary schools. Dr. Kirkpatrick, a mechanical engineer by training and educator by profession, served for a total of 19 years as President of Wentworth, from 1971 to 1990. The award is made to a student or students annually, with preference given to students enrolled in engineering and technology. Particular emphasis will be given to students enrolled in Manufacturing/Mechanical Engineering Technology. The awards will be credited to the students’ tuition.

LEROY G. LAMONTAGNE, IE ‘47 SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship has been established by LeRoy G. LaMontagne, a member of the Class of 1947, Industrial Electronics. Income from the fund is to be used to support a student or students who demonstrate(s) financial need and for whom such assistance will provide an opportunity to benefit from a Wentworth education.

HANS AND ERIS LANGHAMMER SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Eris G. Langhammer in honor of her father, the scholarship is limited to Connecticut residents. Preference will be for students with an interest in affordable housing.

LOUIS F. LARREY SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Louis F. Larrey, PL ’20. Income from the fund will be credited to deserving students’ tuition.

LUFKIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Lufkin Trust and Foundation with preference for minority or female students enrolled in mechanical or electronic engineering technology.

DOUGLAS S. MAC LEAN FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
Established by the family and friends of Douglas S. Mac Lean, AC ’25, income from the fund is available for students who are academically motivated and have demon- strated financial need. Preference will be given to a student from Gloucester, Massachusetts. The award is credited to the student’s tuition.

MARION CAMPBELL AND NEIL JAMES MACLEOD SCHOLARSHIP
Established through the generosity of Orwell P. MacLeod, AC ’18 in honor of his parents. Awards are made to a student who is a U.S. citizen of Scottish descent. Funds are credited to the student’s tuition.

FREDERICK D. MAC NEIL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Established by bequest from Frederick D. MacNeil, ’25, AC ’30. Awarded to a student who has demonstrated financial need. Income from the fund is credited to the student’s tuition.

A. J. MARTINI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Established by William and Carolyn Creelman in memory of Al Martini, a Boston area contractor who possessed outstanding personal traits of integrity and leadership, and who was recognized as an outstanding builder. Mr. Martini was the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate in Engineering Technology from Wentworth in 1988 and served on the Institute’s Board of Trustees. Awards are made to students who express a sincere interest in entering the construction field.

ALBERT A. NAPLES SCHOLARSHIP
This award has been established by Lenore A. Naples in memory of her husband, Albert A. Naples, MC&TD ’42. Income from the fund is available for students who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to a student in the mechanical engineering or technology field. The award is credited to the student’s tuition.

JOSEPH W. ODLUM SCHOLARSHIP
Established in honor of Joseph W. Odlum, a member of the Class of 1925, by his wife, Margaret L. Odlum, and his sons, Joseph W. Odlum, Jr., Frank A. Odlum, and Robert J. Odlum. This scholarship is awarded to a deserving and needy student in a Mechanical Engineering Technology program who is from New England. The award is credited to the student’s tuition.

WESLEY J. PACKARD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Wesley J. Packard, a member of the Classes of 1923 and 1925, to assist a worthy and needy student enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering Technology program. For many years, Mr. Packard served Wentworth as the head of the mechanical technology department. The scholarship is credited to the student’s tuition.

SALVATORE PESATURO SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Salvatore Pesaturo, Printing ’37, founder of Colt Press, Inc. in grateful recognition of Wentworth’s contribution to his success in the printing industry. The award is made to a student attending Wentworth who is working to pay for his/her education and could improve his/her scholastic standing by reducing employment time. The student must be of good character and reside in Greater Boston. The award is credited to the student’s tuition.

MICHAEL J. PICCARINI ’98 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Established by the family and friends of Michael Piccarini.

PAUL E. PRITZKER, P. E., SCHOLARSHIP
Established by the Massachusetts branch of the National Society of Professional Engineers in honor of the election of Paul E. Pritzker to the National Society’s Presidency. The scholarship will be awarded annually on the basis of meritorious scholarship and character. Preference for an engineering student. Student must attend one MSPE Board meeting to accept award.

FRANCIS A. AND EDITH V. SAGAN SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Francis A. Sagan, AM ’33, and Edith V. Sagan. Income from the Sagan fund will be used to assist those students showing a motivation to excel and who demonstrate financial need.

CHESTER H. SANFORD FUND
Established by Mr. and Mrs. Chester H. Sanford. Mr. Sanford was a member of the Class of 1916. Income obtained from the fund will be used for scholarships. Scholarships are to be granted yearly to assist worthy average students attaining an education. Funds for awards are obtained from the Wentworth Alumni Association.

DOUGLAS D. SCHUMANN, ELECTROMECHANICAL ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to U.S. citizens. To be eligible, students must be majoring in Electromechanical Engineering, demonstrate resourcefulness in problem-solving and a “can-do” attitude, and maintain a G.P.A. of 2.25 or better.

DOUGLAS D. SCHUMANN, P. E., SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Douglas D. Schumann, P.E., a member of the class of 1964. Award is based on financial need. Preference may be given to a student enrolled in Mechanical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Technology and who has maintained a grade point average of 2.5 or better. Students are also expected to demonstrate positive, goal-oriented attitudes.

JOSEPH C. SCIMONE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Established by the Builder’s Association of Greater Boston, members and friends of Joseph C. Scimone, in memory of his high principles and contribution to the building industry. The annual scholarship will be awarded to a needy student in design and construction who is working to pay for his/her education and could improve his/her scholastic standing by reducing employment time.

Students must be of good character and reside in Massachusetts. Awards are credited to the student’s tuition.

EDWARD SEGEL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship has been established by the family and friends in memory of Edward Segel, BC ’55. Income from the fund will be awarded to students who demonstrate financial need and who are enrolled in the design/build discipline.

DONALD B. SINCLAIR SCHOLARSHIP
Established by Willona G. Sinclair in memory of Donald B. Sinclair, a prominent engineer and long-time member of the Wentworth Corporation. Income from the fund is awarded annually to a student who is of good character, has demonstrated financial need, with preference for students enrolled in engineering and technology. The award is credited to the student’s tuition.

ERNEST C. SOULE SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Established by Ernest C. Soule, Class of ’22. Income from the fund awarded to a student with preference for enrollment in architecture or construction programs.

STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is awarded to students interested in applied science, mathematics, or general technology. Preference is given to minority students who are graduates of the Boston Public Schools.

NORMA N. TEAGUE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Established by Norma N. Teague. Awards for students in need of financial assistance with preference for students in building construction technology department.

TUSKEGEE AIRMEN (N.E. CHAPTER) SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Established by Tuskegee Airmen to be awarded to a student who demonstrates financial need, after mutual agreement of the N.E. Tuskegee Airmen Chapter and Wentworth.

JOHN A. VOLPE SCHOLARSHIP
Established through the generosity of John A. Volpe, AC ’30, former Governor, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

WOMAN IN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP
Established to benefit financially needy women, with preference given to those enrolled in Electronic Engineering Technology. In the event that there are no women candidates, income may be used for financial assistance for qualified men. This scholarship award is credited to the student’s educational expenses.

If you have any questions about financial assistance at Wentworth, or need more information, contact the Financial Aid staff in the Student Service Center, Monday through Thursday, 8:15 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m at 617-989-4020.

*Eligibility for selected scholarships (marked by an asterisk) cannot readily be determined from information that is provided in applications to Wentworth or on the FAFSA report. Therefore, if a student, or prospective student, believes that he or she is eligible for one or more of these particular scholarships, he or she should contact the Student Service Center and complete Wentworth’s Supplemental Scholarship Application form.

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