We wish the New England Patriots the best of luck as they vie for yet another Super Bowl championship on Sunday, February 1st at 6:30pm. We’ll be watching and hope you will be too.

 Also, if you’re still hung up on deflate-gate, watch Wentworth’s Assistant Physics Professor James O’Brien’s take here.

Go Pats!

As chilly temperatures encourage many of us to hunker down at home with hot chocolate and Netflix, our winter athletes are just beginning to ramp up their quest for NCAA Division III victory.  Help us cheer them on in a new blog feature we’re calling Winter Athletics Roundup.  First up, their skills are as cold as ice, [pun intended] meet freshman forwards Brian Farkas and Christopher Sattler from Wentworth’s Ice Hockey team.


Brian Farkas

Brian hails from Seattle, Washington and studies Interdisciplinary Engineering and scored the shootout winner in the Salem State tournament earlier this season.  He notes that “the best part about being a student athlete at Wentworth is the opportunity to earn a great education while continuing to play the sport he loves.” He is most excited for the “final stretch of the season and a deep playoff run.” He encourages prospective athletes to “manage your time well, Wentworth is not an easy school and it is important to balance your time with school and sports.”

Chris Sattler

From Springfield, Massachusetts, Chris studies Construction Management and his hometown team, Western New England University, didn’t know what hit them when Chris scored two goals in less than 26 seconds against them earlier this season.  He enjoys the camaraderie of the team, especially the opportunity to befriend upperclassmen studying Construction Management because they help inform him of future expectations of the major and how to excel in classes.  Chris encourages prospective freshman athletes to “go for it, Wentworth is a great school and in the end you will graduate with great job opportunities.”


 Both Chris and Brian hope to win the ECAC Northeast and make the NCAA playoffs. Their current record is 6-6-2 and their next game takes place on Wednesday, January 14 against UMass Boston at 7:30 PM.  We wish them the best of luck. Go Leopards!

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Happy New Year blog-o-sphere! On January 1, 2015 the FAFSA (the Free Application for Federal Student Aid) became available for the class of 2019. For tips and tricks from Wentworth’s financial aid experts check out Wentworth’s Financial Aid Blog.


As we look ahead to the Spring 2015 semester we are thrilled to welcome our incoming class of transfer students.  Since many transfer students choose to commute to Wentworth, we asked Mallory Pernaa, Coordinator of Commuter Student Programs to create a short vlog for us with resources for commuter students.  Check it out HERE.

Resources for Commuter Students

Sorry we haven’t written in a while, we’ve been busy reviewing your applications for the Fall and Spring 2015 semesters. If you’re not sure about the status of your application, don’t panic! Please give us a call  at 617-989-4000 and we’ll be happy to help.

Please note, Wentworth will be closed on Wednesday, December 24 through Monday, January 5 for Winter Break.

The Leopard makes a winter friend as applications abound in the Admissions Office.

Sending warm wishes for a happy, healthy, holiday season.

-The Wentworth Admissions Team

Wentworth Admission’s fall travel season has come to a close and we are thankful to be able to wake up in our own familiar beds and eat delicious home-cooked meals.  Admittedly though, we’re a little nostalgic for You-Pick-Two lunches and plush hotel bedding.

All kidding aside, we want to thank you the students and families that we’ve met at high school visits and college fairs across the country and around the world. You energize us with your passion, welcome us to unfamiliar places with your smiles, and warm our hearts with your kindness.

Seniors, as we begin to review your applications it’s nice to meet some of you all over again. We are awed by your talents and accomplishments. Thank you for sharing your stories with us.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.


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From Long Island to Lady Liberty, counselor Adina loves all the sights and sounds that New York has to offer!

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Views From The Road: New York

Are those the gorgeous rolling hills of Vermont? No, they’re not! Admissions Counselor Abby took this serene shot of a field in the Nutmeg State on her way to a college fair!


Views From The Road: Connecticut

Rachel appreciates the great eats her Mid-Atlantic territory has to offer, including Philadelphia style cheesecake and Baltimore’s famous crab cakes. The views aren’t so bad either—check out a sunset over the Baltimore city skyline and Robert Indiana’s LOVE statue in Philadelphia. 


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Views From The Road: Mid-Atlantic

Application FAQs

October 27, 2014 — Leave a comment

It’s October, overeager fall leaves are beginning to crunch underfoot and most high school seniors and transfer students have college applications on the brain.  In this entry, you’ll find answers to a few of our most commonly asked questions about Wentworth’s application process.

When you’ve clicked “Send” on whichever application you choose to apply with we hope you’ll feel this great:

If any of your questions aren’t answered below, feel free to post your questions in the comment section or email us at admissions@wit.edu.

Which Application is Best?

While visiting high schools in the Fall prospective students always have questions about the best way to apply to Wentworth. The short answer is that all of the applications are weighted equally, it’s all about which application is the best fit for your needs. If you plan to apply to several schools, the Common Application might be best for you, but if you only plan to apply to Wentworth, filling out our application is the best option. 
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