In order to request housing, all first-year students need to make the required housing deposit with their application. In the month of June, incoming students will receive an email directing them to the website that will allow them to complete the The Roommate Matching Questionnaire. This link will be sent to your Wentworth email.
The Office of Housing and Residential Life is working with the Simplicity Residence System this year. This will allow students to select their own roommates (if they wish), and ultimately select their own housing assignment for the fall. More information will be provided in June, with selection happening in the month of July.
In early August, you will receive your housing assignment packet. Included in the packet, you will receive your housing assignment, your roommate's name and Wentworth email address, the names of any suitemates you may have, and instructions for the move-in process.
Entering students who need housing accommodations in regards to their housing should follow the Housing Accommodation Process to make a request.
For questions, please call the OHRL at 617-989-4160 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Interest Housing
First year housing in Baker and Evans Way/Tudbury are living learning communities. Students share a common Wentworth Opening Week (WOW) group, housing areas, and seminar sections. They have an Resident Director, Resident Assistant, and an Advisor (the seminar instructor). Programming overlaps can capitalize on seminar syllabus and a connection with their instructor. There are two areas under the umbrella of Special Interest Housing.
All first year students are automatically placed in one of our first year residential learning communities. Residents will have the same WOW group and Seminar section passed on to their living area. Students will engage in the academic and social transition to Wentworth with mentorship from the New Student Programs Office and Residential Life staff members.
Special Interest Areas
Computers, Technology, and Society This community engages students interested in technology and its implications on our global society.
Wellness Living This community engages students interested in creating or maintaining a healthy lifestyle in college.