Located in Glen Cove, NY on the Long Island Sound, Webb Institute is a top-ranked undergraduate institution offering one academic option, a double major in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. It is also the only four year full-tuition scholarship private undergraduate program of its kind in the country.
With 100% job placement, all of our graduates move on to successful careers in the engineering industry.
- Full-tuition scholarship for every accepted student who is a US citizen or Permanent Resident
- All students graduate with a dual BS in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
- Paid Internships for all students in every academic year
- All students live on our 26 acre campus located off the Long Island Sound
- 100% job placement to graduates every year
- Student-to-faculty ratio 8:1
- Students are governed by an Honor Code System
Experience the beauty of our campus first-hand. Contact admissions to schedule a tour, sit in on classes, and spend the night. Tours are conducted by the Office of Admissions Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm and select Saturdays during the school year starting at 10 am (except holidays).
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Date for Spring Open House TBD
Come learn more about Webb at our annual Spring (April) and Fall (October) Open House events! Prospective students and their families will have the opportunity to learn more about Webb’s unique academic experience, take a tour of our beautiful waterfront campus, and meet with current students, faculty, and admissions.
If you are unable to attend Open House, please contact our admissions office to schedule a visit. Tours are conducted by the Office of Admissions Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm and select Saturdays during the school year starting at 10 am (except holidays).
Regardless of AP scores or previous college coursework, all students enter Webb as freshmen. Selection is made without regard to race, religion, gender, or geographic origin.
The required standardized tests (no older than two years old at time of application) are the SAT’s, SAT II’s,
- Webb Institute Application
- A non-refundable application fee of $60
- A copy of your birth certificate, valid US passport, or US Permanent Resident Card
- Official High School Transcript
- Secondary School Report Form (to be filled out by College/Guidance Counselor or other School Official)
- The Following Official Standardized Tests
- SAT* OR ACT
- SAT II in Physics OR Chemistry
- SAT II in Math, Level 1 OR Level 2
- Two Teacher Recommendations
- If applying for Financial Aid, the FAFSA must be submitted within two weeks of the application deadline
(Deadline: October 15)
In order to be considered for Early Decision, you must complete your application by October 15th. Incomplete applications will be rolled over into the Regular Decision pool. In early November, finalists will be invited to spend an overnight on campus, during which they will be interviewed by our President and a faculty member. Finalists will also be asked to take a short math test and respond to a writing prompt.
We offer an Early Decision option for those of you whom have decided that Webb is your first-choice school. If accepted to Webb under our Early Decision plan, you must withdraw all applications from other colleges and universities. If you are seeking financial aid for Room and Board, you do not need to withdraw your other applications until after you have received notification from Webb regarding your financial aid package.
Final admissions decisions will be mailed to each applicant by mid-December.
(Deadline: February 1st)
In order to be considered for Regular Decision to Webb Institute, you must complete your admissions application by mid-February. By the beginning of March, finalists will be selected to spend an overnight on campus, during which they will be interviewed by the Webb Institute President and a Webb faculty member, and be asked to take a short math test and respond to a writing prompt.
Final decisions will be mailed to each applicant by early April.
Our College Board SAT code is 2970. Our ACT code is 2987
Please visit our Eligibility & Requirements page for more details.
Webb has been successful in insuring the admission and continuation of education for all students in financial need, as long as all academic requirements are met.
Students needing additional funds to meet the necessary expenses are requested to consult the Director of Financial Aid Josie Wilson prior to the start of each academic year.
Internal Scholarships are available to students who have completed a FAFSA and meet all academic and financial eligibility requirements.
Webb is the only private engineering college in the country that provides full-tuition scholarships, covering all four years at Webb for all accepted students who are U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents.
The tuition cost for foreign students for the 2017-2018 academic year is $48,350.
There are no laboratory, library, or other course fees charged. This unique arrangement is testimony to the generosity of our founder.
However, you will encounter some expenses, and some students may require financial aid.
Cost of Attendance 2017-18
|Room and Board||$14,750|
|General Fee||$ 425|
|Laptop Fee*||$ 2,850|
|Total Cost of Attendance||$ 69,075|
For your budgeting purposes this is our estimate of what you can expect to spend in a school year. Travel expenses vary depending on the students’ distance from Glen Cove. The $200 registration fee freshman pay will be applied against the Room and Board cost.
* The Laptop Fee is charged in the first year only. This cost is inclusive of sales tax and is billed in 2 installments.
If you need additional financial assistance, we recommend pursuing federal grants and loans-and we’ll help you do so.
For government grants and loans, you must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) (www.fafsa.ed.gov). Our federal school code is 002900.
We’re happy to help you secure financial aid. Feel free to call us at 516-671-8355.