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Mark Coen, Associate Registrar
Office of the Registrar
Williston Hall 103
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Boston, MA 02115
Admissions to Wentworth
UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS: FIRST-YEAR, FULL-TIME DAY TRANSFER, AND THE ARIOCH CENTER
All applicants are accepted on a rolling admissions basis, which means completed applications are reviewed as soon as all the required documents are received. When application information has been received, the appropriate admitting office will notify the applicant concerning status of eligibility in the program chosen.
All applicants for admission must present an official transcript of record from a recognized high school or a preparatory school of equal grade. The high school equivalency diploma of a state education department or of a high school may be substituted for high school graduation. Official G.E.D. scores should be sent to the appropriate admitting office.
Students applying for financial aid are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the financial aid priority filing date of March 1. For more information about financial aid, refer to page 319 of this catalogue.
Wentworth accepts only full-time students in the day program majors, either as first-year or transfer students. Students seeking to study part-time and who are over the age of 22 should apply to The Arioch Center’s evening and week-end programs. Please see below for specific requirements for applying to first-year, full-time day transfer, and The Arioch Center.
Wentworth accepts international students into full-time day programs only as first-year or transfers. International students should refer to page 306 for specific requirements regarding international student admission. A TOEFL score of 525 (paper-based) or 197 (computer-based), or higher, is required for all programs.
Wentworth Institute of Technology reserves the right to be the exclusive judge of the acceptability of any applicant for admission to its programs of study.