Campus Visit

Please Note: The Admissions Office will be closed on Monday, August 22; Friday, August 26; and Monday, September 5 (Labor Day).
 
Studying at Boston Conservatory at Berklee places you in the heart of Boston, the cultural epicenter of New England. Here you will be surrounded by some of the most prestigious performing arts organizations and artists in the world—with campus located just minutes from the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Ballet, the Museum of Fine Arts, Fenway Park, and much more. 


Students on campus

Come visit us, and take a campus tour! Visiting campus is one of the best ways to decide if Boston Conservatory at Berklee is the right school for you. Our tours are led by current students, giving you the opportunity to hear about their experiences.


Please follow the link to our Campus Tour Registration Form to schedule your tour at least two to three weeks prior to your visit, so that we may best accommodate your preferred date and time. You will receive an email confirmation shortly after scheduling your tour with directions to our campus. Tours are not offered on holidays or weekends.

The tours last about one hour and a half, and meet in our main building, 8 Fenway, at our brand new Welcome Center.

Due to new student orientation and the start of the fall semester classes, campus tours will resume the week of September 19.  Please check back soon for an updated campus tour schedule.

Register for a Tour Photo Gallery

Meet with Faculty



During the fall and spring semesters, there are also opportunities to meet with a faculty member for a lesson, or to sit in on a scheduled class. If you are interested in meeting with faculty, you should email them directly at least two weeks prior to your visit. Our Admissions counselors can provide a list of available classes to observe.  



Unable to attend a tour, but want to stop by?


Please feel free to stop by our Welcome Center at 8 Fenway during normal business hours and meet with an Admissions staff member if you are unable to attend a tour. He or she will give you materials and answer any questions you may have. We look forward to your visit!





Plan Your Visit