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Mark Coen, Associate Registrar
Office of the Registrar
Williston Hall 103
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Boston, MA 02115
Offices and Programs of Interest
ATHLETICS AND RECREATION
Lee Conrad, Director
Tansey Gym 202A
Students are encouraged to participate in the varsity, intramural, club, and recreational athletic programs available at Wentworth. Specific information is available in the Athletic Department office in the Nelson Recreation Building office. Wentworth is a Division III member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and competes as a member of The Commonwealth Coast Conference (TCCC). It is also affiliated with Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC).
Wentworth offers students the opportunity to join one of its nine sports clubs: crew, cycling, mountain biking, outdoor club, men’s rugby, women’s rugby, sailing, track and field, and ultimate Frisbee. These teams offer training and compete at the collegiate level. Any student interested in participating in a sports club should contact the Office of Student Leadership Information Programs at 617-989-4080 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wentworth offers intercollegiate competition for men in baseball, basketball, golf, ice hockey, lacrosse, rifle, soccer, tennis, and volleyball. Women’s intercollegiate teams include basketball, rifle, soccer, softball, tennis, and volleyball. Schedules can be found in the Athletic Office, the Dean of Students’ Office, and on the Wentworth website.
Wentworth offers students the opportunity to compete in a number of sports through the College of the Fenway (COF) intramural program. Games are played in many sports including: basketball, flag football, indoor soccer, dodgeball, softball, volleyball and whiffleball. All Day division students enrolled at Wentworth who satisfy the conditions of eligibility may compete. Varsity athletes may not participate in intramural competition in those sports in which they are presently competing at the varsity level.
Tansey Gymnasium and Nelson Recreation Building
The Tansey Gymnasium and the Nelson Recreation Building contains three standard basketball courts and facilities for one-wall handball, volleyball, and similar sports. In addition, a full-size rifle range is located in the basement along with a fully-equipped fitness center on the third floor. Locker rooms for both men and women are available. The main athletic offices are located on the second floor.
Outdoor facilities include three tennis courts and an outdoor volleyball court. Sweeney Field, an outdoor athletic complex on campus, consists of regulation lacrosse, soccer, and softball fields with lighting for evening use. This facility is also available for
recreational and intramural uses.
CENTER FOR COMMUNITY & LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS
Sean Bender, Director
Doris Rubio, Office & Programs Manager
Christiana Fischer, Coordinator for Student Initiatives in Service
553 Huntington Avenue
The Center for Community & Learning Partnerships seeks to facilitate and strengthen partnerships that yield transformative educational experiences for students while addressing community interests. Students can engage in community-based work through classroom-based projects, organized student groups, or as individual volunteers. Further, students can initiate their own project ideas with guidance and resources provided by the Center. Resources available to students include education awards for service, community work study and stipends, community-co-op, training, and program support. Students who engage in extensive community-based work can also enroll to earn a Certificate for Community Learning as part of their degree. Information about the Center’s many projects, programs, and resources can be found on the web at www.wit.edu/clp or by contacting Christiana Fischer, the Coordinator for Student Initiatives in Service at 617-989-4993.