While there’s plenty of overlap between work and play at Wentworth, there’s enjoyment to be found in taking a step back and connecting with one another. Wentworth’s 60+ clubs, organizations, and activities offer rich opportunities to leverage your network—and your impact.
We have an array of different clubs. We have diversity and social justice organizations, we have special interest clubs, academic based organizations, and clubs sports teams.
Wentworth is part of the Colleges of the Fenway. So basically, we're part of a five school consortium or a family, as we like to say. And basically we can cross register at each of those colleges and take a class over there if we'd like. Say, I wanted to take an art class over at Mass Art, I can do that no problem.
Wentworth offers over 70 clubs for students to participate in. And if for some reason, none of those are for you, you can always start your own club. And I think being involved in campus has been the best thing for students like me, and anyone I talk to about involvement, they're really glad they did it because you just meet so many more people. If you get a chance to become involved you see all the moving parts of a university as an institution. It really grows your school spirit, and it's definitely a lot of fun.
I think students get a lot of enjoyment from being part of clubs on campus. I think when it comes down to it, academics is why students are here and it's what they're here for. But I think it's the extra stuff that really gives them skills and experiences and friendships that they're going to take beyond Wentworth, and I think that's just very important, and I think that's why a lot of students really enjoy getting involved on campus.