The WPI Office of Undergraduate Admissions is continuously monitoring the evolving situation relative to the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on university visits, admissions, and enrollment. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions for answers to your admissions-related questions and to learn more about WPI's overall response.
Meet our Admissions Team
The Admissions staff looks forward to connecting with you! Learn more about us, and get in touch with any questions you have about the admissions and application process, engagement opportunities, or any other questions you might have.
The WPI Office of Undergraduate Admissions is open Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.– 4:30 p.m. ET at the contact information listed below.
At this time, the Admissions office has returned to hosting on-campus visitors. WPI is closely monitoring the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Pre-registration is recommended given capacity limitations. Learn more about the available options here.
Parking Information and Directions
We look forward to welcoming you to the WPI campus! We encourage you to arrive 15–20 minutes prior to your scheduled visit time or appointment in order to locate parking and the Office of Admissions in Bartlett Center. Visitors should place a WPI admissions visitor parking pass in their car dashboard while on campus. Pre-registered visitors will be provided a parking pass via email print out. Passes are also available in the Bartlett Center when arriving on campus.
WPI is located at 100 Institute Road, Worcester, MA 01609. Handicap accessible parking is available adjacent to Bartlett Center accessible via the main entrance located at the intersection of West Street and Institute Road. Free visitor parking is available in the Park Avenue parking garage (all spaces) accessible via Park Avenue or Salisbury Street (for GPS: 151 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609) and the West Street Lot (corner of West Street and Institute Road) in designated visitor spaces.
Please note: You should park in a designated WPI lot or garage since many surrounding streets are limited to resident parking which is enforced by the City of Worcester.