Visit Campus

Select the day you would like to visit from the calendar, then select the link that appears for the event you are interested in attending. Once you click on the event link, event details will appear. Enter student information, hit submit, and a confirmation with arrival details will be sent to the email provided.

If you have any questions or issues registering for an event, please contact the Office of Admission at admission@bryant.edu or (800) 622-7001.


Current options include:

Information Session & Campus Tour: Offered most days Monday-Saturday,information sessions last approximately 45 minutes. You will meet with an admission staff member who will present you with important information about Bryant. Campus tours last approximately one hour and are led by members of our Student Ambassador program.

Bryant 101 (March 30 & April 15): 
Bryant's staff will provide information and answer your questions about the admission process, financial aid, and student life. Bryant alumni, faculty, and current students will also share their perspective on the University. A campus tour is included. 

Group Visits: 
Group Visits are available for schools and organizations who would like to bring a group of students to tour Bryant. Please submit the Group Visit Request Form and a member of the Admission staff will review the details of your request and assist you in planning your visit. Please note that we are only able to host 10th grade students and above, and we do not host any group visits in April. 

Additional options for students who are transferring from another college or university:

Transfer Information Session & Campus Tour (most Fridays):Interested in transferring to Bryant?  Learn more about the university and the transfer admission process! This event includes a 45-minute information session for students interested in transferring to Bryant from another college or university and a 1-hour campus tour. Residence halls are not typically included in this tour.
 
Transfer Credit Evaluation Events (December 10): Transfer counselors will be available for one-on-one appointments to review and discuss how previous credit could potentially apply to a Bryant University degree program, and answer any questions pertaining to the application process or the university in general.


Travel Reimbursement Program:

If you are a high school senior or a prospective transfer student and you need to travel to Rhode Island by plane, train, or bus to visit Bryant, we will reimburse you for half the cost of your ticket (up to $150). If you enroll as a full-time student at Bryant, you’ll receive the remainder of your travel fare up to a total of $300. Please submit the Travel Reimbursement Program Application and a member of the admission team will assist you in planning your visit.

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