Students who are interested in living on campus should submit the appropriate deposit.
Summer 2015 Only
$450.00 due at the Student Service Center
Summer housing students will be staying in 610 Huntington Avenue and 555 Huntington Avenue
Fall 2015/Spring 2016
$500.00 due at the Student Service Center
Three Semester Housing- Fall 2015/Spring 2016/Summer 2016
$750.00 due at Student Service Center
Three Semester Housing will be located in The Apartments@525 for Fall 2015-Summer 2016
Students who need housing for both Summer 2015 and Fall 2015 need to pay both deposits by the deadline.
Ways to make a payment:
Online through Lconnect
1. Log into Lconnect
2. Enter Leopardweb
3. Select the Student Tab
4. Select Online Payment Central
5. Select Continue
Made out to Wentworth Institute of Technology
Please deliver checks to the Student Service Center
Please include the full name of the student as well as their ID number. Please also indicate which semester you are depositing for housing.
at the Student Service Center or by phone 617-989-4020
Please see the attached document for answers to your Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: How much is the housing deposit?
- Summer 2015 Deposit: $450.00
- Fall 2015/Spring 2016 Deposit: $500.00
- Three Semester Housing Deposit Fall 2015/Spring 2016/Summer 2016: $750.00
Note: If you are applying for Summer 2015 as well as Fall 2015/Spring 2016 or Three Semester Housing, separate deposits must be made for each.
Question: How can I pay my housing deposit?
Answer: You can pay your deposit in one of the four following ways:
- 1. Pay online through Leopard Web on Lconnect.
- Log into Lconnect
- Enter Leopardweb
- Select the Student Tab
- Select Online Payment Central
- Select Continue
- 2. Pay with a credit card over the phone with the Student Service Center (SSC). The SSC can be reached at 617-989-4020.
- 3. Bring a check to the Student Service Center. Please make checks payable to Wentworth Institute of Technology.
- 4. Checks can also be mailed to the Student Service Center at:
Wentworth Institute of Technology
c/o Student Service Center
550 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115
For checks being sent through mail please indicate the student’s full name and student ID number in the notes section. Please also indicate to which semester the deposit should be applied.
Question: Can you tell me what happens to my housing deposit once it is submitted?
Answer: The deposit you submit to signal your interest in campus housing for the Summer 2015 semester is applied directly to your housing bill for the Summer 2015 semester.
Deposits submitted for the Fall 2015/Spring 2016 or Three Semester Housing are all applied for the Fall 2015 semester housing charges.
- Selection Dates
Question: How do I know where I will be living for the Summer 2014 or Fall 2014/Spring 2015 semesters?
Answer: Students will select their own housing online. The dates for housing selection are:
- Summer Housing Selection-Wednesday, March 4, 2015.
- Three Semester Housing Selection-Wednesday, March 18, 2015.
- Fall 2014/Spring 2015 Housing Selection- Monday, March 23 through Friday, March 27, 2015.
Additional information about housing selection will be sent to students in the month of February.
- Summer 2015 Housing
Question: Where will students be able to live for the Summer 2015 semester?
Answer: Students will be housed in 610 Huntington Avenue and 555 Huntington Avenue for the Summer 2015 semester.
Question: Do I have to fill a suite in order to select housing for the summer.
Answer: No. For summer housing, you do not need to fill an entire suite. However, students can form groups in order to live together. Spaces not filled by your group are available to be selected by other students.
- Three Semester Housing
Question: What is Three Semester Housing?
Answer: The Three Semester Housing program allows students who plan to live on campus in the Fall 2015, Spring 2016 and Summer 2016 to select a single housing assignment in which to remain for all three semesters.
This housing option is only available in this semester sequence. No other combination of semesters is eligible for Three Semester Housing.
Question: Where is Three Semester Housing Located?
Answer: The Three Semester Housing program will be located in the Apartments@525 for the Fall 2015, Spring 2016, and Summer 2016 semesters.
Question: Can I live with my friends who are not part of three semester housing?
Answer: No. Only students who are part of Three Semester Housing may live in suites/apartments designated as part of the Three Semester Housing program.
Question: Do I have to fill an entire suite/apartment during the selection process?
Answer: No, students who are part of the Three Semester Housing selection process do not need to fill an suite/apartment. However, students can form groups in order to live together only with other students in the Three Semester Housing program. Space that are not filled by your group are available to be selected by other students.
Question: If I don’t like my selection, can I leave Three Semester Housing and join the Fall/Spring selection Process?
Answer: No. Students who have selected a space in Three Semester Housing will have completed their selection process and will not be able to request a different space until all students have had an opportunity to select housing. Requests will be reviewed on or after April 1.
- General Selection Questions (Fall 2015/Spring 2016)
Question: How much does housing cost?
Answer: Housing costs for the 2015/2016 academic year have not yet been set. Once they are set, you can find them on our website at www.wit.edu/reslife
Question: What buildings will be available as part of the selection process?
Answer: 610 Huntington Avenue, 555 Huntington Avenue, the Apartments@525, and the Louis Prang/Vancouver Apartments.
Edwards/Rodgers will not be available for selection.
Question: How is the housing selection order established?
Answer: Students are sorted by their class year. Then the number of completed credits and the student’s G.P.A are the two biggest factors in determining selection priority.
Question: What do I need to do before I select?
Answer: Once your deposit is made, you will receive an email directing you to complete your housing agreement online. You must complete a housing agreement before you will be entered into the selection process.
You will then need to organize a group of students you would like to live with for the academic year.
Question: How big does my group have to be?
Answer: While suites vary in size, the most common sized suite we have is 6 people. We strongly recommend that all students aim to form groups of 6. An email with specific suite sizes will be sent out prior to selection.
Question: If I decide I don’t like my housing assignment, can I change where I am assigned?
Answer: Students may request a room change, however, no requests will be considered until after all students have had an opportunity to select. Requests will be reviewed on or after April 1.
- How Does COOP Affect My Housing?
Question: I am going to be on coop outside of the Boston area for the fall. Should I put my housing deposit in for the spring 2016 semester now?
Answer: No. You do not need to submit a deposit now. Beginning in October 2015 we will begin accepting deposits for the Spring 2016 semester.
Question: I am supposed to be on coop in the fall, but I’m not sure if I will be near Boston or not. Should I put a deposit in now?
Answer: Yes. Please make sure you submit a deposit for the Fall 2015 semester. If you ultimately leave the Boston area for coop, you can request your deposit be refunded, or be applied toward Spring 2016 housing.
Question: I need housing for Fall 2015, but will be on coop spring 2016. Do I get part of my housing deposit refunded for the spring?
Answer: No. The housing deposit you make for the fall is applied in full toward your fall housing charges. There is no partial refund if you leave for the spring semester.
Question: What advice does the Office of Housing and Residential Life offer to students heading into the selection process?
Answer: We have several pieces of advice for students prior to selection:
- 1. Please speak to your requested suitemates to make sure you are all in agreement about where you want to live. Decide ahead of time who in the group will be direct roommates.
- 2. Check your WIT email often for updates on the selection process.
- 3. Always have a backup plan. Students often set their sights on a specific building and suite configuration. In the event that that space is not available when your selection time comes, always discuss with your group what your second and third choices would be.
Detailed information about the actual selection process will be sent to your WIT email account over the next few weeks. Please check your email regularly.