Make the Most of Your Summer

Looking for small, structured classes to help you catch up, get ahead, or try something new? 

What about ones taught by the same renowned WPI faculty who teach during the regular WPI academic year? 

Or maybe a breadth of high-quality classes that allow you to immerse yourself in everything from discrete math and graphic design to chemical thermodynamics and social psychology? 

WPI’s undergraduate summer courses offer all of the above at $2,415 for a three-credit classthat's a 50% savings for you. Available online and on campus, our 100+ courses are designed to work around your schedule. Whether you’re a current WPI student or a visiting student from another university, you’ll enjoy the same quality courses and professors from the regular academic year all while experiencing everything WPI has to offer and setting yourself up for future success. 

WPI offers two, five-week summer sessions:

Session 1: May 20-June 25, 2024
Session 2: July 8-August 9, 2024

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Current Students

Already a student or have been admitted? These resources are for you.
Proud Goat Summer Campus

Visiting Students

Online or on campus, you'll feel at home during summer courses at WPI.
Frontiers Students Summer 2023

High School Students

Get a head start on your college credit! Us goats are go-getters!

Meet WPI Faculty Through Their Research

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Drone Innovations

Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering Raghvendra Cowlagi and his research teams are focused on engineering unmanned aerial vehicles, more commonly known as drones, to fly autonomously while accomplishing complex tasks related to emergency response and disaster management, rather than just traveling from Point A to Point B.

Ocean Bubbles

Monitoring Contaminants in Ocean Waters

Researchers Nikolaos Gatsonis and Michael Demetriou have been awarded nearly $350,000 by the U.S. Navy to develop a computational model that will use data from a network of autonomous underwater vehicles to estimate in real time the concentration and source of a contaminant liquid or gas plume as it moves and diffuses through ocean waters.

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Improving Education Accessibility

Crystal Brown, assistant professor in the Department of Social Science and Policy Studies, is co-PI on a project focused on funding a scholarship program for computer science students from low-income backgrounds. The project, known as the Path to Achieving Success and Sense of Belonging in Computer Science (PASS-CS), is funded by a $2.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation.