Plan Your Visit to Campus

Currently, there are no known cases of coronavirus on the Bryant campus.

Bryant University’s Admission team enjoys welcoming visitors to our stunning campus and we believe there’s no better way to learn about Bryant than to experience it firsthand. For now, however, in-person visits and events have been postponed in order to protect the health of our visitors and community. We understand that you may be eager to discover more about our academic programs and vibrant student life, and are sorry for this necessary change of plans.

To help you learn more about what sets Bryant apart as an exceptional place to live and learn, we’ve created a variety of virtual events and extra web features, replicating much of the information of an in-person visit. Until we are able to return to our previously scheduled programs and activities, we hope you will find this format helpful. Please see all of the options and opportunities that are listed under the accordion navigation below.

You can also visit emergency.bryant.edu as the source for the most current information.

Questions?
Contact the Office of Admission at admission@bryant.edu or 800-622-7001

Virtual Admitted Student Days (Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 1:00 pm): These virtual sessions for admitted students and their families will connect you with a student life representative, admission counselor, and current student to answer your remaining questions about life at Bryant. Use of Zoom conferencing is required. Register for the date of your choice through the events calendar above.  

Meet Bryant's Vice President of Student Affairs & Dean of Students (April 8 at 2:00 pm): During this session for parents of admitted students, Dr. Inge-Lise Ameer, Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students, will discuss student life at Bryant and our commitment to educating the whole person.  

Why Bryant? A Multicultural Perspective (Monday, April 6 at 6:00 pm): Join current students, the Coordinator of the Intercultural Center, and two of our admission counselors for an hour long virtual panel discussion to learn more about life at Bryant from a multicultural perspective. Discussion topics will include why they chose Bryant, academics, campus involvements, support services, and more.  

Virtual Q&A Session: Meet Our Students! (Friday, April 10 at 11:30 am): Our Student Ambassadors are here for you (virtually) to talk about their lives at Bryant and what made them choose Bryant in the first place! Admitted students, join us for this question and answer session to ask them about their classes, clubs and activities, internship and study abroad experiences, living on campus, and anything else you'd like to learn more about. 

Virtual Day with Class (April): If you're an admitted student and interested in experiencing a live virtual classroom with faculty and current students, register here.    

Virtual Academic Forums (more coming soon): Join our faculty members in 60-minute virtual forums as you explore your academic interests and learn more about our programs and curriculum.  

Finance: April 6 at 3:00 pm
Modern Languages: April 7 at 1:30 pm
Communication: April 7 at 3:00 pm
Data Science: April 8 at 9:00 am
Honors Program: April 9 at 12:00 pm
Mathematics: April 9 at 3:00 pm
International Business: April 9, 16, 23 at 3:00 pm
Accounting: April 10 at 3:00 pm
Economics: April 15 at 4:00 pm
Management: April 16 at 3:00 pm

Virtual Information Sessions (Monday - Friday at 10:15 am): Join one of our admission counselors for a 45-minute live virtual information session on Zoom to learn more about the academics, student life, and application process at Bryant University. This session is intended for high school sophomores and juniors (and their families), and requires the use of Zoom conferencing. Register for the date of your choice through the events calendar above.   

Virtual Campus Tour: Explore all the main locations of the Bryant campus from the comfort of your own home! View our virtual campus tour here.

Transfer One-on-One Sessions: Schedule a virtual meeting with one of our transfer counselors to learn more about the transfer admission process, merit based scholarships, and how credits will transfer from another college or university. Morning and afternoon time slots are available on most Mondays and Fridays. Please email our transfer counselors directly with any questions: Brenda Doran at bdoran@bryant.edu or Tabitha Marsden at tmarsden@bryant.edu.

Virtual Transfer Interviews: Meet virtually with a transfer counselor to learn more about the transfer admission process and to give us an opportunity to get to know you better. You will have a chance to ask questions about transfer credits and merit based scholarships. Any notes taken during a virtual interview are added to your file and used during the application review process. Register for a time slot here.

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. Once you have registered for an event on the calendar below, 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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