Plan Your Visit to Campus

Thank you for your interest in visiting Bryant University! Select the day you would like to visit from the calendar below, then select the link that appears for the event you are interested in attending. Once you click on the event link, details and event registration will appear. Please enter student information, hit submit, and a confirmation with arrival details will be sent to the email provided.

Contact the Office of Admission at or 800-622-7001

Information Sessions & Campus Tours: 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 28, April 18, April 20): 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 perspectives on the University. A campus tour is included. 

Club & Intramural Sports Day (March 28): Join us for an opportunity to learn more about club and intramural sports at Bryant. Bryant representatives will be sharing information about admission, academics, and student life. Coaches and players will be available to talk about their programs and answer your specific questions. There will be a tour of campus including the Chace Wellness Center, the Bulldog Strength and Conditioning Center, and the Indoor Practice Facility. 

Day with Class (February, March, April ): What's it really like to be a student at Bryant University? Spend some time with us and find out! We will personalize a schedule just for you. You'll be paired with one of our student ambassadors, sit in on a class, enjoy lunch in our dining hall, and have the opportunity to tour the Bryant Campus.

Bryant 360 (February 21 and April 10): Join us on campus for an interactive open house for admitted students. Experience a simulated class, take a campus tour, and attend sessions on the first-year curriculum, student life, and career services. 

Admitted Student Days (March 23, 25, 27, 30 and April 1, 3, 6, 8): Whether it's your first visit to campus or your fourth, Admitted Student Days are a great way to learn even more about Bryant. This event includes a presentation for admitted students, a campus tour, and lunch in the dining hall with a current Bryant student.

Admitted Student Open House (April 4): Meet the people, see the facilities, and learn more about the programs that can help you achieve your personal best in your life and career. The program includes academic overviews, a student organizations fair, lunch in our dining hall, and a campus tour.

Transfer Information Sessions & Campus Tours (most Fridays): Interested in transferring to Bryant from another college or university? Learn more about the university and the transfer admission process by attending a 45-minute information session and a 1-hour campus tour. Residence halls are not typically included in this tour.

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. 

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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