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: https://explore.bryant.edu/portal/visitcampus
Until we are able to return to our previously scheduled programs and activities, we hope you will find this format helpful.
All events and sessions through the Graduate Programs Office will take place as scheduled and are currently available for registration.
Existing virtual information sessions, webinars and virtual one-on-one appointments with Graduate Programs Office staff are available as normal, and we encourage prospective students and visitors to explore these opportunities to connect with staff and students.
To protect the health of our community and visitors we are:
Suspending large group Admission events through the month of April, including Admitted Student Days, Bryant 101, Club & Intramural Sports Day, Bryant 360, and Day with Class. We are in the process of notifying people who have registered for these events about alternate arrangements. Admitted Student Open House scheduled for April 4 has been postponed and we are exploring options for a future date.
Closing the Admission office on Saturdays, April 4, 11, 18.
Temporarily suspending campus tours and on-campus information sessions.
Creating virtual events and web features, replicating much of the information of an in-person visit. Notifications on these offerings will be sent through email and posted on our website.
With the exception of designated experts including Health Services and Residence Life staff, Bryant employees should not attempt to answer individual queries but should instead refer constituents to emergency.bryant.edu as the source for the most current information.