Office of the Registrar
For information on academic courses available at WPI visit the Registrar’s Office website.
Student Development and Counseling Center
Sometimes, selecting a major or poor academic performance are tied to other issues going on in your life. If appropriate, we can refer you to the Student Development and Counseling Center so you can receive the supportive assistance you need.
Academic Resources Center
The Academic Resource Center provides academic support services that are designed to enrich and enhance the learning experiences of WPI students.
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