As a transfer student, you may be eligible for need-based scholarship and loan funds from a variety of sources including WPI, the federal government, and some state government agencies. Financial aid is not available for part-time or international transfer students.

After you submit your application for admission to WPI, your next step is to file your Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form to determine your eligibility for federal aid and/or the College Scholarship Service (CSS) Profile to determine your eligibility for WPI-funded financial assistance:

  • For fall enrollment, the deadline is May 15

You will also need the following codes to submit your forms online:

  • FAFSA: WPI school code 002233
  • CSS Profile: WPI school code 3969

Non-Custodial Parents

If your parents are divorced, separated or were never married, both biological parents will need to complete a CSS Profile application.  Each parent will complete their own individual CSS Profile based on their household's information.

  • For fall enrollment: due by May 15

 

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship

WPI will award up to three $10,000 scholarships to students transferring to WPI from an accredited two-year college. A minimum GPA of 3.5 is required and candidates must have submitted their completed application and all supporting materials by the deadlines listed below. The scholarship committee will emphasize the rigor of the applicant's curriculum, required recommendations, and any demonstrated leadership ability or outstanding extracurricular and/or community involvement. Part-time students and students with previous baccalaureate degrees are not eligible.

Deadline for consideration is May 15.