Wentworth Institute of Technology offers six different residential areas. Each area is different, consisting of either rooms, suites, or apartments. First year students live in Evans Way/Tudbury Hall or Baker Hall. Upperclassmen and transfer students live in 555 Huntington Avenue, 610 Huntington Avenue, the Louis Prang/Vancouver Apartments or Edwards/Rodgers Hall.
Tudbury Front Entrance
Located directly on Huntington Avenue, Triple 5 is home to 364 residential students, the Resident Director and the Center for Community and Learning Partnerships. This new building is designed with 58 suites ranging in occupancy from 5 to 9 residents in single, double and triple bedrooms. Many suites boast fabulous views of the Longwood Medical area, and the downtown and Emerald Necklace areas. There are even a few rooms with a view of Fenway Park's Jumbotron. Apartments include a living room/dining room, kitchen, and one or two bathrooms depending on size. Some suites have both a dining area and a breakfast bar with stools. There are student lounges on each floor for studying, projects, programs, and recreation. Each floor's lounge has a different arrangement, some with drafting tables, small round tables or a pool table. Triple5 also features state-of-the-art laundry facility in the basement, with access to Garment Valet, and a vending area.
Although residents have a full kitchen, they are also required to have one of three meal plans offered by OHRL. Unless otherwise noted, students in 555, 610, and the apartments will automatically be given the lowest level plan of $300 per academic semester, as noted on the Housing Agreement Contract. For more information about meal plans, Fenway Cash, and increasing/decreasing a meal plan visit the Current Students section.
The residents are supported by 8 live-in paraprofessional Resident Assistants (RAs). It is their job to make sure that the residential experience enhances the academic experience. They create and implement educational and social events with the help of the residents in order to foster community connectedness and social networking. The RAs also do nightly rounds of the building to address any behavioral incidents. They are overseen by a live-in professional Resident Director Loren Glaser, who, in addition to supporting community development, is also responsible for the day-to-day operations of the facility and enforcing any policy violations that may occur.
As per any student residing on campus, residents of 555 are subject to Health and Safety Inspections each semester. Residents should familiarize themselves with all Housing Policies as well as items not allowed in the residence halls. For information about registering your suite as a Wet Suite, contact the Housing Office.
Triple5 looks to its residents to provide the energy and enthusiasm for the ideal residential experience. For students that want to be involved in their residential community, the RD hires Office Assistants to help with the daily operations of the building and provide a student perspective. RD Office Assistants are Federal Work Study positions and are typically filled during the first two weeks of each semester. If you are eligible for Federal Work Study and are interested in working for Loren, email her at email@example.com or visit Student Employment and Work Study for more information.
Click here to view the 555 Huntington Avenue Community video (created by the Resident Assistant staff).
610 Huntington Avenue, located behind Baker Hall, is just a short walk from Wentworth's administrative and academic buildings. 610 Huntington Avenue, commonly called ‘Six Ten,’ is a suite-style residence hall that houses upper class and transfer students. Opened in the Fall of 2001, 610 Huntington Avenue consists of four and six resident suites. Outside doors and suite doors are secured by an electronic access system 24 hours a day. 610 Huntington Avenue is the largest upperclass residential community at Wentworth, offering a comfortable home for 475 students.
The suites are equipped with a full kitchen including a full size refrigerator/freezer and stove along with cabinet space for dishes and a pantry for canned goods. Regardless of having a kitchen, students are required to have a campus meal plan (please review the Housing Agreement Contract for additional details).
Bedrooms in 610 Huntington Avenue are furnished with demountable bunk beds. Beds will only be debunked if the student provides a doctor's note with a relevant reason. Bedrooms are further outfitted with a desk, a desk chair, and a large wardrobe with shelving and hanging space for each student. Internet/network connections are provided for every student, and each room is equipped with cable provided by Comcast and factored into the cost of living at WIT. The furniture provided by Wentworth may not be removed from the rooms, and students are expected to leave the rooms in their original condition when they move out or they will be subject to pay damages.
610 Huntington Avenue offers the following amenities:
- Game room and pool tables - Basement level
- Laundry washing & drying facilities - Basement level
- Garment Valet laundry & dry cleaning services - Basement level
- Vending machines - Basement level
- Resident Assistant office - 1st floor
- The 610 Lobby - 1st & 2nd floors
- Ping Pong, Air Hockey, & Foosball - 2nd floor
- 610 Huntington Ave & Baker Mail facilities - 2nd floor
- Resident Director's office - 2nd floor
- Drafting and Design room - 3rd floor
- Conference room - 4th floor
- The Casella Fitness Center - 5th floor
- Study lounges - 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th floors
- Building-wide high-speed internet & WiFi access
610 Huntington Avenue is staffed by one full-time Residence Director, Matt Heiser, and ten Student Resident Assistants. The staff strives to create a welcoming, engaging, and safe community for residential students. 610 also employees approximately 60 work study students in various locations throughout the building. Students that qualify for Federal Work Study are able to work as a Game Room Attendant in the basement, Fitness Center Attendant on the 5th floor, Drafting and Design Room Attendant on the third floor, and Office Assistant to the Resident Director. Typically, positions are filled within the first two weeks of each semester. For more information about opportunities in the 610 community contact Matt by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Student Employment and Work Study for more locations.
Click here to view the 610 Huntington Avenue Community video (created by the Resident Assistant staff).
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Baker bedrooms are furnished with a bed, a desk, a desk chair, and a large wardrobe for each student with shelving and hanging space. Internet/network connections are provided for every student, and each room is equipped with a cable jack and cable stations from Comcast.
If students would like their beds lofted or bunked, they should speak to their Resident Assistant upon arrival to campus.
The furniture provided by Wentworth may not be removed from the rooms, and no extra furniture may be brought in, with the exception of a desk chair. Students are expected to leave the rooms in their original condition when they move out and may be charged for any damages. Students may bring a small refrigerator (4.0 cu ft) and/or microwave, but cooking is not allowed in the rooms. If your student is interested in renting a refrigerator or microwave for the academic year, Wentworth partners with Microfridge for rentals and room accessories.
Baker residents are required to purchase Wentworth's A meal plan. The A meal plan will provide $2,320 per semester, used with swipe access on the WIT ID card. Meal plan dollars can be used in the Wentworth Cafeteria, Mass College of Art Cafeteria, Mass College of Pharmacy Coffee Shop, and Peet's Coffee Shop located at the Mass College of Art Cafeteria. Meal plan dollars left over after the Fall semester will carry over to the Spring. However, money left on the card at the end of the Spring semester will expire at the conclusion of finals week.
Each Baker floor is divided into wings; women live on two west wings (2nd and 4th floor) and men on the rest of the wings. Baker students share common bathrooms with the other residents on their wing; they also share a centrally-located sitting lounge with the other students on their floor. All Baker residents also share a study room, laundry room, mail area, and a lobby with vending machines, and a television.
Baker is staffed by one full-time Residence Director, AJ Andreucci, and nine Student Resident Assistants. The Baker staff strives to create a fun, but respectful community that is particularly sensitive to the personal and academic needs of first-year students as they make the transition to college life.
For students that qualify for Federal Work Study, the RD hires Office Assistants during the first week of each semester. There are also positions for Study Room Attendants available. Applications will be available after floor meetings on September 4th. For information about Baker work study jobs email email@example.com . Visit Student Employment and Work Study for more work study opportunities within OHRL.
Edwards and Rodgers Hall will not be available for the Fall 2014/Spring 2015 academic year.
Edwards/Rodgers Hall is a five story apartment building on Huntington Avenue in the heart of the Wentworth Campus. Built in 1924, this unique building houses 208 students living in 88 apartments. The apartments are mostly studio style for two people, or one-bedroom style for three people. Each unit is equipped with a kitchen and bathroom to provide its residents with a sense of independence while living in an environment that allows for personal growth and socialization.
Both studio and one-bedroom apartments include a full galley-style kitchen. A small breakfast nook furnished with a table and chairs, a bathroom, and closets round out the general furnishings. Outside doors are secured by an electronic access system 24 hours a day. Internet/network connections are provided for every student, and each apartment is equipped with a cable jack for cable service from Comcast built into the cost of living.
A typical studio apartment includes a main room (some of which feature a bay window), a bathroom and a kitchen. This room is furnished with a demountable bunk bed set, two desks, two desk chairs, and two dressers. Students can arrange the apartment any way they wish, but may not remove furniture from the apartment.
A typical one-bedroom apartment (for two or three students) consists of two 14' x 14' rooms. As in the studios, each student is provided with a bed, desk, desk chair, and dresser. Students can arrange this furniture any way they wish, but it must be returned to its original condition when they move out.
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The Louis Prang and Vancouver Apartments are located just off Huntington Avenue, between Evans Way and Edwards/Rodgers Hall. These six brick buildings house students in apartments designed for 1 to 9 residents. Outside doors are locked 24 hours a day, and both exterior and interior doors are key access only.
The Louis Prang and Vancouver Apartments are also home to our Three Semester Housing Program. Students in Three Semester Housing live in the same housing assignment for Fall, Spring & Summer semesters. They are also allowed to stay in their assignments during breaks. This option is ideal for students who want to live on-campus for a full calendar year. It is especially ideal for students that obtain Co-Ops in the Boston area as they are permitted to stay in their assignments during breaks.
The Louis Prang and Vancouver apartments are geared primarily toward upper class students that are looking for a more independent living environment. The apartments vary in size and shape. They include bedroom(s), a kitchen, and a bathroom. Some also include a living room. All students are provided with a bed, desk, and desk chair. Some apartments include bureaus, while others have large closets. Larger apartments contain a kitchen table and chairs. Students may bring additional items to the apartments, including extra furniture; however, Institute owned furniture cannot be removed from the rooms or common areas and students must remove all of their personal belongings at the end of the contract period. Lofts or stilts for beds are not permitted, but the beds provided may be bunked. Students have access to the laundry facilities located next door in the Evans Way complex. Internet/network connections are provided for every student, and each apartment is equipped with a cable jack. Cable and internet are provided via Comcast and are factored into the cost of living. Refer to the floor plans below for more specific layout information.
The Louis Prang and Vancouver apartments receive oversight from the Apartments Resident Director, Kelly DeSisto. Additionally, two Resident Assistants and 1 Senior Resident Assistant live in these buildings. Our goal is to promote a sense of community and to optimize our residents' academic and professional success while also creating an independent living environment. If you are eligible for Federal Work Study and want to become part of the apartments staff contact the RD at firstname.lastname@example.org or learn about more opportunities at Student Employment and Work Study.
Three Semester Housing
The Apartments are also home to our Three Semester Housing Residents. Three Semester Housing residents live in their assignment for three consecutive semesters, starting in the fall. Three semester residents are allowed to stay in their assignments during winter break and summer break. This option is perfect for students that know they are going to live on campus for three consecutive semesters. It's also ideal for students that wish to live on-campus during winter break. Students that do not plan to live on campus during all three semesters should not choose the three semester housing option.
Three talented, friendly and helpful Resident Assistants support the residents of the Louis Prang & Vancouver Apartments. Along with their Resident Director, Kelly DeSisto, the Resident Assistants work to build a strong residential community through programming and upholding community standards. Resident Assistants are trained student leaders and can assist students with any questions they have about Wentworth and are very knowledgeable of resources on campus. Click here for the Apartments Resident Assistant Directory.
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The Evans Way Tudbury Residence Hall includes the Housing and Residential Life Office, the Resident Director's Office, Resident Assistants' Office, game room, study room, mailroom, auditorium, laundry facilities, and vending areas.
A typical suite consists of a living room, two bathrooms, and several bedrooms. The living rooms are furnished with love seats, lounge chairs, and coffee and end tables. Bedrooms are furnished with a bed, desk, desk chair, bureau, and closet for each student. Internet/network connections are provided for every student, and each suite is equipped with a cable jack in the suite's living area providing cable free of charge. Students can live in suites ranging from 4-14 people, with bedroom options of singles, doubles, triples or quads.
The furniture provided by Wentworth may not be removed from the suites and no additional furniture is allowed into the building as it poses a fire hazard. Students are expected to leave the rooms in their original condition when they move out, or they could be subject to pay for any damages. Students may bring a small refrigerator (4.0 cu ft) and/or microwave, but cooking is not allowed in the suites. If your student is interested in renting a refrigerator or microwave for the academic year, Wentworth partners with Microfridge for rentals and room accessories. Click here for a complete list of items not allowed in Evans Way Tudbury.
Residents of Evans Way Tudbury are required to purchase an A level meal plan of $1,160 per semester. Meal plan dollars can be used in the Wentworth Cafeteria, Mass College of Art Cafeteria, Mass College of Pharmacy Coffee Shop, and Peet's Coffee Shop located at the Mass College of Art Cafeteria. Meal plan dollars left over after the Fall semester will carry over to the Spring. However, money left on the card at the end of the Spring semester will expire at the conclusion of finals week.
Evans Way is staffed by one full-time Resident Director, Ryan DePesa, and eleven Student Resident Assistants. Our staff's mission is to provide a healthy and comfortable living environment as well as a supportive community so that all residents may thrive academically and socially.
Ryan DePesa can be reached at email@example.com or (617) 989-4060.
Evans Way Tudbury has approximately 60 Federal Work Study positions available each semester. Students that qualify have the option of working as a Gym Attendant, Game Room Attendant, or Office Assistant to the RD. For more information, contact the RD or visit Student Employment and Work Study.
Evans Way Floor Plans
Tudbury Floor Plans
The Apartments at 525 Huntington Residence Hall will be the new home of the Housing and Residential Life Office, the Resident Director's Office, Resident Assistants' Office, a conference room and meeting rooms, study room, mailroom, auditorium, laundry facilities, and vending areas.
A typical suite consists of a living room, kitchen, two bathrooms, and several bedrooms. Bedrooms are furnished with a bed, desk, desk chair, bureau, and closet for each student. Internet/network connections are provided for every student, and each suite is equipped with a cable jack in the suite's living area providing cable free of charge. Students can live in suites ranging from 4-5 people, with bedroom options of singles or doubles.
6 Resident Assistants and 1 Senior Resident Assistant will be supporting this new community. Along with the Resident Director, Kelly DeSisto, these students will be fostering a safe, fun, and inclusive community within our apartments.
Introducting our 525 Apartments
Check out this video of our students talking about the development of 525, our newest building!