NEIT tech nite open house set for Feb. 6
New England Institute of Technology will hold its Tech Nite event, open to the public, Tuesday, February 6 from 3 to 7 p.m.
Event attendees are invited to the East Greenwich, RI, campus located at One New England Tech Boulevard where tours of this campus, as well as the Post Road and Access Road Warwick campuses, will depart. Tech Nite follows a guided tour format allowing individuals interested in studying at NEIT the opportunity to tour any of its three campuses as well as to speak with faculty who have significant industry experience, meet with admissions staff who can help walk them through the application process, and hear from the Career Services director on why employers hire New England Tech graduates.
While at Tech Nite, prospective students and their families will have the opportunity to sit with Financial Aid officers who will personally help them complete their 2018-2019 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). High school students and adults who are seeking to earn their degree can learn about college affordability and financial aid options including scholarships for which they may qualify.
Visitors are invited to tour the new housing facilities in the “smart technology” residence hall as well as the sprawling student center fully equipped with an 8,000-square-foot fitness center, expanded dining options and high-tech gaming areas. Prospective students will have the chance to get an inside look NEIT’s industry-specific labs to learn about the latest technology and equipment used as part of the institution’s practical and experiential approach to teaching.
For individuals seeking an advanced degree, NEIT offers a wide range of master’s degree programs with flexible schedules for the working professional. The two newest degree programs are the Master of Applied Design, an innovative program for all fields, and the Master of Science in Engineering Management, a specialized engineering leadership degree. Other Master’s degree programs include Construction Management, Information Technology, Occupational Therapy, and Public Health. Learn about the associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree classes being offered in March for the spring term.