The creation and implementation of the WPI Plan in 1970 demonstrated WPI’s commitment to quality and innovation in technologically-focused undergraduate education. Though revolutionary in its time, WPI’s focus on experiential project-based learning, flexible scheduling and curricula, global awareness, and technical literacy is now seen as exactly in step with the needs of US and global society today. The past 40 years have seen substantial change from the original form of the Plan, and evaluation and assessment of educational outcomes for our students is essential to sustained effectiveness.
University-wide Accreditation Reports
- 2012 Self-Study produced by WPI for the 10-year NEASC Review (.pdf)
- Report provided by the Visiting Team to WPI and the NEASC Commission (.pdf)
- 2012 NEASC Commissioners’ letter announcing re-accreditation, report summary (.pdf)
- 2006 NEASC Response to Five-Year Study (.pdf)
- 2006 NEASC Five-Year Self Study (.pdf)
- 2002-2003 Update of NEASC Self Study (.pdf)
- 2002 Letter of Re-Accreditation from NEASC (.pdf)
- 2001 Report from NEASC Visiting Team (.pdf)
- 2001 NEASC Self Study (all 11 sections)
Morgan Teaching and Learning Center
The Morgan Teaching and Learning Center supports faculty and teaching assistants in improving the teaching and learning environment at WPI.
Publications on Education
With WPI’s commitment to quality and innovation in undergraduate education, the faculty are active in publishing and presenting their work. A bibliography of these publications available.