Welcome to WPI Admissions!
WPI is a top-ranked university with more than 50 undergraduate degree programs in science, engineering, technology, math, business, and the humanities and arts.
Here, you can pursue your passions at a world-class research institution with an innovative project-based curriculum where you combine theory and practice.
Whether you are just beginning your college search, making your final enrollment decision, or somewhere in between, the WPI admissions team is here to help you along the way.
Look at our interactive image below to learn more about a WPI education, then scroll on to learn more about the WPI experience.
Ready, set, apply! Learn more about the application process, requirements, and important deadlines, and then get ready to apply. The final deadline to apply to WPI is February 1.
We want each and every student to have an opportunity to get to know WPI on a personal level and learn more about the inclusive, close-knit community you'll find in the heart of Massachusetts. Learn more about our community in the interactive widget above and virtual tour below, and follow the link to see how to experience WPI on campus, on the road, or online.
beloved mascot, Gompei
of Money Magazine's Most Transformative Colleges (2019)
graduates employed, in graduate school, serving in the military or volunteer service 6 months after graduation (all degree levels)
of students receive a Global Scholarship to complete life-changing project work
Come to WPI in the summer for Frontiers: a two-week, academic program for juniors and seniors in high school. Students explore the outer limits of their knowledge with current laboratory techniques and exploring unsolved problems across a wide spectrum of disciplines. Application open January-May.
A senior uses his experiences to promote cultural diversity and help the community.
Naomi's work in WPI's Quantitative Neurotechnology and Education Psychology labs gives her the problem-solving skills she'll need to excel as a surgeon.
Through WPI's project-based curriculum, this mechanical engineering student has traveled around the world and gotten a kick start toward her dream career.