Information Sessions and Tours

Both Brown and RISD Admissions Offices schedule regular campus tours for prospective students.

Check out Brown Admission’s “Visit” section for a list of possible tours and information sessions. It is recommended that you register in advance to reserve a space.

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Visit RISD’s Admission’s page to see when information session and student led tours of campus are available. Since they are available on certain days and at a regularly offered time, it is recommended that you consider this when planning your visit.

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Observing a Class

If you are interested in attending a class while visiting Brown, you can also consider registering for the Experience Brown Program. This program will pair you with a Brown student for a class and lunch, giving you an opportunity to also dine on campus and potentially meet a few other Brown students in addition to your host. Space is limited but you can check out whether this is an option for one of the days you may visit. Brown also lists courses that you can attend on your own for observation.

RISD tours, through Admissions, offer a behind the scenes look at the RISD studio experience.   It is recommended that you consider the days that RISD tours are being offered when planning your visit.

Brown | RISD Dual Degree Specific

You are strongly encouraged to take the time to watch our Fall 2018 Admissions Information Webinar prior to your visit, as it provides detailed information about the Dual Degree Program and offers perspectives from current students.

If you have additional questions after viewing the webinar and our schedules align on the day of your visit, we may be able to find a time to meet and/or find a current BRDD student to correspond with you or meet with you in person on the day of your visit. Prospective students often find it helpful to be in contact with one of our current students to learn more about their experience in the BRDD Program.

*Meeting in person with the Dual Degree Advisor or a current student is informational in nature. It is not a component of applying to the BRDD Program and is not an interview.