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Coronavirus Update

WPI is closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. All on-campus Admissions activities, including information sessions and campus tours, are canceled until mid-JulyClick here for the latest updates and information for the WPI community.

It's one thing to read about WPI, but it's another thing entirely to experience it for yourself. We want you to have an opportunity to get to know WPI on a personal level, so we have put together many different options for you to connect with us one-on-one.

WPI is closely monitoring the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Starting in mid-July, the Admissions office will return to hosting on-campus visitors. Pre-registration will be required, and capacity will be limited to accommodate necessary social distancing. All visitors will be asked to follow university and Commonwealth of Massachusetts health and safety protocols, including wearing a mask or face covering while on campus.

  • Prospective students and one additional guest will have the opportunity to view a 30 minute pre-recorded information session, ask questions of Admissions staff, then depart on an hour long student-led tour of the campus.
  • Please note that the tour will be limited to campus grounds. Visitors will not be able to access any campus buildings beyond the Bartlett Center, including academic classrooms, labs, recreational and sports facilities, Foisie Innovation Studio, Rubin Campus Center and the residence halls.  
  • Registration for an on-campus visit will only be available to rising seniors (high school class of 2021) at this time. Registration will open after July 8 through the Admissions event calendar.

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