The Disability Services Office coordinates services and provides advocacy and support to students with documented physical, learning, and psychological disabilities.
Student Development and Counseling
The Student Development and Counseling Center (SDCC) is located in West Street House (157 West St.) and provides educational programming and training as well as counseling, referral, and crisis intervention services free of charge to all WPI students. Student confidentiality is always respected.
The goal of WPI's Center for Communication Across the Curriculum is to develop and teach effective communication strategies through a variety of workshops and tutoring sessions across the WPI campus. Located on the second floor of the Project Center, the CCAC is directed by WPI faculty and includes a staff of specially-trained student writing tutors.
Graduate Student Professional Development Program
WPI is committed to providing our students with the best possible graduate education. Our Professional Development program provides resources so that our graduates – masters and doctoral - are fully prepared and confident as they assume their chosen careers whether in academia, government, industry or non-governmental sectors. Learn more…Maintained by firstname.lastname@example.org
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