Visit Campus

The best way to experience what it’s like to live and study at Bryant University is to visit our Smithfield, Rhode Island campus.

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Whether you live across the country or down the street from our stunning 428-acre campus, Bryant University is something special. In fact, College Consenus named Bryant one of the "Top 30 Most Beautiful College Campuses in the Fall."

Come gain a true sense of what it means to be a Bryant Bulldog. We invite you to join us on campus October 21 or November 11 and learn more about why Bryant students achieve a return on investment ranked in the nation's top 1%.

Hear directly from students about academics and campus life. Meet the world-class faculty and staff who will become your lifelong mentors. Learn about Bryant's student-centered focus and approach to experiential learning.

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Contact Us

Select the day for a visit to our beautiful campus! Information Session & Campus Tours led by our admission team are offered most days Monday-Saturday.
(800) 622-7001
1150 Douglas Pike
Smithfield, RI 02917

Campus Tour and Information Sessions

Learn more about Bryant's innovative curriculum and career-focused programs and discover why our students are so passionate about their Bryant experience.

We look forward to meeting you on-campus during a 20-minute admission information session followed by a 60-minute student-led campus tour.

Campus Tour and Information Sessions

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Virtual Tour

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Virtual Tour

Want to check out Bryant from the convenience of your couch? Take the narrated self-guided tour to see 360° views and videos of our amazing campus, classrooms, lab spaces, residence halls, our athletic complex and more.

Providence, R.I. and Beyond

The rich history, stunning architecture, and Fortune 500 businesses around Providence are just 15 minutes from campus. Rhode Island earns its designation as The Ocean State with beaches, dunes, and seafood restaurants in the southern part of the state. A quick drive north will take you to Fenway Park, Gillette Stadium, and the many businesses, attractions, and restaurants in Boston, Massachusetts. You can be at the beach, a great restaurant, or a Boston attraction in about 45 minutes. You can be in scenic Cape Cod, Massachusetts in under two hours, and travel to New York City in three hours. 

Providence, R.I. and Beyond

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A photo of Dana Jurgielewicz

Dana Jurgielewicz '23

“One of the reasons I came to Bryant was because of the small class size. I wanted to get to know my professors and I wanted them to know who I am.”
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Bryant Brown '22

“My favorite thing about Bryant University is all of the opportunities that exist to find what you’re passionate about.”
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Julia Di Natale ’22

“Everybody cares about everybody here. I can’t walk anywhere on this campus without seeing familiar faces. It's really comforting, but it’s also just very Bryant.”

First-Year Student Interviews

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First-Year Student Interviews

Interviews are not required, but they provide a great opportunity for you to ask questions and advocate for yourself. An interview is also a chance for a member of the undergraduate admission team to learn more about you in a one-on-one setting.

The Bulldog Experience

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The Bulldog Experience

Get a taste of what it’s like to be a Bryant Bulldog. Sit in on a class, meet faculty, take a campus tour, eat lunch with a Student Ambassador, and interview with Admission staff all while visiting campus.

Opportunities for Transfer Students

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Opportunities for Transfer Students

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.