Make the most of your interview
Although not required, Bryant offers interviews to prospective students. Interviews provide a great opportunity for you, as a prospective student or as an applicant, to ask questions and advocate for yourself. It is also a chance for an admission staff member to learn more about you in a one-on-one setting. Notes taken during an interview are added to your file, and we have that information available during the application review process.
To get the most out of your interview, here are some interview tips. To prepare for an interview, we also encourage you to take a campus tour or attend an information session.
During the interview, we hope to get to know you better, learn about why you are interested in Bryant, and answer any questions you might have.
In the fall, admission counselors are out of the office traveling to visit high schools and attend college fairs in your area. Admission fellows, a select group of upperclass Bryant students, conduct interviews for the Office of Admission. These interviews are conducted in the same manner as with professional staff members, and current students are able to give you a student's perspective as well.
Interviews in your area
During much of the fall, admission counselors travel throughout the world to high schools and college fairs to talk with students about Bryant. Although we certainly encourage you to visit campus, if you have already visited or are unable to visit campus and would like an interview, contact your admission counselor.
If an admission counselor will be in your area, you can schedule an appointment for an interview for a mutually convenient date and location.
We offer interviews conducted by University alumni in select areas. Within seven days of your registration, you will be contacted by the alumnus to schedule an interview for a mutually agreed date and location.
*Interviews are not conducted in March or April. Interviews resume May 1.
Skype interviews are offered Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. (EST). To schedule an interview, call (800) 622-7001.
Skype interviews are considered an official admission interview by the Office of Admission.