Ways to Connect

Three students walk by the Boston Conservatory theater

Boston Conservatory at Berklee offers students and their families several ways—both in-person and virtual—to connect with our community and learn more about the Conservatory’s top-ranking undergraduate and graduate programs, the admissions and audition process, campus facilities and services, living in Boston, building a career in the arts, and so much more. Learn more about the different ways you can engage with us below.

We want all of our campus guests to feel welcomed, comfortable, and safe. At Berklee we embrace difference and celebrate the rich diversity of our students, faculty, staff, and prospective students and families. We ask that all of our visitors join us in respecting and valuing this principle.

Explore Campus

On-Campus Student Information Sessions and Campus Tours
Boston Conservatory offers in-person campus tours led by current students. These tours walk through various campus buildings and provide valuable information and insights about facilities and services, and include a general information session about Boston Conservatory. 

Self-Guided Experiences—In Person and Virtual
Boston Conservatory offers both a virtual campus tour and a self-guided campus street tour, which can be done virtually or in-person.


Attend an Admissions Event

Open House
This annual fall event immerses students in Boston Conservatory’s unique community. It includes dynamic student performances, information sessions about the Conservatory's admissions process, a campus tour, and opportunities to meet division representatives. 

Virtual Admissions Sessions
Participate in a series of webinars, information sessions, college fairs, and Q&As with our admissions representatives to learn more about our programs and how to apply and audition. View the schedule of events by month and details on how to participate.

On the Road Series
This fall, meet in-person with Boston Conservatory at Berklee admissions representatives as they travel across the U.S. and abroad to attend college fairs, clinics, conventions, and more.