We have Men's Soccer and compete in Division III. The college is an active member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (www.njcaa.org) and participates in Region XXI comprised of two-year colleges from the New England region. We are the BFIT Chargers.
Yes. The Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology offers housing through the Stuart Street Hostel. Additional fees apply.
Stuart Street Hostel
Yes. We accept credits from regionally accredited colleges or universities. Credits will be awarded for course work completed at other accredited colleges and universities that is equivalent in content and credit hours to BFIT courses and in which at least a grade of "C" was earned. Transfer students must complete 51% of their program's courses at BFIT in order to earn their degree.
All applicants are required to submit an application. You may contact the admissions office to request a paper application or apply online. We strongly encourage students to apply online. When you apply online, we waive the $25 application fee!
Applicants are required to submit an official high school transcript or GED. We do not require students to submit SAT or ACT scores, but we do encourage students to take one of those. For transfer students, you must submit a copy of any and all college transcripts.
Upon completion of your admissions application, it will be reviewed and you will be notified in writing of the decision.
Prior to enrolling, students must partake in the Accuplacer placement testing process. The Accuplacer helps us determine a student’s level of English, Math and Computer skills and is used to place students into the appropriate level of courses. In addition, prior to enrollment, students must also supply a copy of their immunization records.
Tuition for the 2015-2016 academic year is $16,950 for the Associate’s degree programs and most certificate programs. The Bachelor of Science program costs $18,190 for the academic year.
Yes financial aid is available if you qualify. Please visit the Financial Aid page for additional information.
If you did not pass the MCAS, you must contact the Office of Admission.
Please click here for the immunization form. If you have additional questions, please contact our office at 617-588-1368.
We offer 14 different programs including: Automotive Technology, Biomedical Engineering Technology, Building Technology & Design Computer Engineering Technology, Computer Technology, Electrical Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Health Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Ophthalmic Assisting and HVAC&R.
We offer Bachelor and Associate degrees and Certificates in Industrial and Engineering Technology.
Our address is 41 Berkeley St., Boston, MA 02116. We are conveniently located in the South End of Boston, easily accessible by public transportation. The nearest T stops are Back Bay (Orange Line and Commuter Rail) and Arlington (Green Line). Click for Directions