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.
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 email@example.com.
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. Continue Reading…
Interested in learning more about Wentworth from the comfort of your own home? Stop by our Fall Online Chat tomorrow, September 17. This is a great opportunity to ask questions about our programs and scholarship opportunities, speak to current Wentworth student about campus life, and hear directly from Admissions Counselors about the application process.
1. Go to
2. Enter as a guest
3. Fire away with your questions!
If the September 17 date doesn’t work for you, chat with us on October 21 instead.
We hope to see you in Cyber Space.
After his last high school visit of the day, Brendan enjoys taking in the ocean views of Northern New England.
More Views From The Road coming soon!
The Admission staff is hard at work traveling throughout the country (and world) to reach out to prospective students. Join our staff on their journeys in a series of posts we’re calling “Views from the Road.”
This evening, Wentworth will be at Saint Michael’s College for the New England Association for College Admission Counseling fair. Check back next week to see some photographs from our staff’s travels to and from high schools and college fairs throughout Northern New England & Cape Cod.
Our newest Admissions Counselors Abigail and Adina love to travel. After reading about their European adventures, help us welcome them to our team by posting a comment, below!
Adina Goodman, Admissions Counselor
Adina’s travel and reading territories are New York state and Western Massachusetts. She is originally from Connecticut and is new to the Boston area so she’s still learning about all of the fantastic things Boston has to offer. Adina is most excited to travel and meet prospective students as visiting new places is one of her favorite things to do. Additionally, Adina loves gymnastics and is an avid gymnast!
Abigail Kim, Admissions Counselor
Abby will be traveling in and reading applications from her home state of Connecticut as well as Lowell, Concord, and Wellesley in Massachusetts. Abby really enjoys cooking and eating delicious cuisine. An avid traveler, as an undergraduate she studied abroad in Madrid, Spain and her travels around Europe also took her to Paris. Her favorite spots in Boston include Newbury Street “for some great shopping and the Charles River Esplanade when the weather is nice!” Joining our staff just on the heels of the opening of Wentworth’s newest Residence Hall, 525 Huntington Avenue, Abby can’t wait to check it out. She says, “ looks absolutely beautiful and I can’t wait to take a peek inside now that the building is complete.” Check out the final touches happening to 525 HERE.
To the WIT Class of 2018,
Congratulations, you DID IT! You survived some of the toughest decisions of your young adult life and have chosen to attend Wentworth for Fall 2014. We cannot be more thrilled to have you join our campus one week from today.
You might be a bit nervous, but we hope that most of those nerves come from a place of excitement. In fact, we hope that you’re THIS excited:
Know that we, at Wentworth, will be there to support you every step of the way. We cannot wait to see how you grow, what you learn, and how you’ll make a positive impact within our campus community and in the world at large.
See You Soon!
Kaila Gibbons, Admissions Summer Intern, Class of 2016
Kaila, our summer intern has been an incredible asset to our team. In addition to leading campus tours and sharing her Wentworth experience with prospective students and families, she collaborates with Admissions’ full time staff on a variety of key administrative projects.
Kaila has really made the most of her time at Wentworth. She notes,”I transferred to Wentworth for the smaller classes and co-op program, but what I didn’t anticipate was how easy it would be to get involved in leadership activities on campus. My favorite role is the Community Outreach Chair for Society of Women Engineers. In this role, I am responsible for planning STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education events as well as coordinating community service opportunities. I am also a Resident Assistant, a member of the LEAD team that plans innovative leadership training for students, an Orientation Leader, and an Alternative Spring Break participant”.
When asked about her favorite Boston spot, “My Boston pastime is wandering around the city and discovering new things. Currently, my favorite place to relax and read is a small garden in the Fenway neighborhood that I stumbled upon one day. It features a gorgeous terrace, shady trees and a fountain where little birds often splash around”.