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Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

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Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology
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TypePrivate non-profit
PresidentAnthony Benoit
Location, ,
42°20′45″N 71°04′13″W / 42.3457°N 71.0702°W / 42.3457; -71.0702
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The Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology (BFIT) in Boston, Massachusetts, is a non-profit private college of engineering and industrial technologies established in 1908 with funds bequeathed in Benjamin Franklin's will.

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The Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology owes its existence to the vision of Benjamin Franklin. In a codicil to his will, dated 1789, Franklin established a 200-year plan for a sum totaling £1,000 (about $4,400 at the time, or about $112,000 in 2010 dollars) that he gave to the city of Boston, where he was born. For the first hundred years, the money was to serve as principal for loans to young workmen; at the end of that period, the fund's managers would divide the money, using approximately three-fourths for public works and maintaining the rest as a loan fund.[2]

When the hundred-year interval had passed, Boston decided to use the money to establish a technical school. Aided by an additional gift from industrialist Andrew Carnegie and land donated by the City, BFIT opened its doors in 1908. A series of murals on campus were painted by Charles Mills.[3]

In 2019, the Institute announced plans to sell its 3-building 1908 campus and look for a 30% larger facility.[4]


According to the Institute website, the school's mission statement is:

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology offers education to students pursuing career-based paths. The College strives to develop technical and professional skills as well as individual values that help to create a foundation for success, civic responsibility, and life-long learning. The College adheres to the principles put forth by our benefactor Benjamin Franklin in his writings about education and citizenship.[5]


As of 2015, the school has approximately 525 students, with a 13:1 student-to-faculty ratio,[6] and offers 14 programs of study awarding certificates, associate degrees, and bachelor's degrees.[1][7]

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology is the only college in Massachusetts to offer Associate of Science degrees in Electrical Technology, Opticianry, Biomedical Engineering Technology, and Bachelor of Science degrees in Automotive Management and Health Information Technology.[7] The college's graduation rate is twice the national average.[8]

The college is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.[9]


  1. ^ a b "2013-2014 Academic Catalog". Retrieved 1 November 2013.
  2. ^ "Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology History". Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology. Archived from the original on 9 September 2011. Retrieved 21 September 2011.
  3. ^ "Dedham Historical Society Hosts an Exhibition of Paintings by Charles Mills". The Dedham Times. 25 (28). July 14, 2017. p. 17.
  4. ^ Benjamin Franklin Institute will sell South End campus, relocate school
  5. ^ Mission & Vision Statement. Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology official website. Retrieved 1 November 2013.
  6. ^ "Fast Facts". Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology. Retrieved 2018-01-03.
  7. ^ a b Landry, Lauren (2013-11-13). "Associate Editor". BostInno. Retrieved 3 February 2014.
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  9. ^ New England Association, of Schools and colleges. "NEASC". New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Retrieved 3 February 2014.

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