Congratulations on your acceptance to Berklee!
Starting April 21, Berklee's Dean of Admissions Damien Bracken will host outdoor tours of our campus specifically for fall (September) 2021 accepted students. These tours will be outside only, and we will not have access to any of the Boston Conservatory at Berklee buildings.
Because the capacity for these tours is extremely limited, we ask that you do not elect to participate if you have seen our campus in the past. Groups will be limited to 20, and all participants will be required to wear a mask and receive a negative test result for COVID-19 within 72 hours prior to the visit. Admitted students are allowed one guest only. While you will not be able to access our buildings, you will at least have the opportunity to experience our vibrant urban campus and see how it is laid out.
Again, we ask that those who have seen our campus in the past not participate in this option in order to maximize availability for those who need it. We expect these tours to fill up quickly, and we know that we will not fully meet demand, so we ask for your understanding in the event that you are unable to secure a spot.
How to Sign Up
- To select a date and time, log in to your applicant portal.
- Go to "My Events" at the bottom of the first page, and click "Manage Your Audition, Interview, or Campus Tour.”
- On the following page, select "Invited" from the "My Events" list on the right. If you do not see any tours listed, then they are all at full capacity. Please feel free to check back regularly as spots may open up.
For those who can't make a tour with the Dean of Admissions, we have created a self-guided tour. Use our guide to navigate your self-directed journey through Berklee’s campus in Boston, which features spaces for both Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee students. This tour will take you past 12 unique spaces where current students live, learn, and turn their dreams into reality. This tour is outside only and does not provide access to any of the Berklee buildings.
We love our neighborhood, and we hope you have an opportunity to visit. For those who do not feel comfortable traveling to Boston, with the support of our 360 virtual campus tour of Berklee College of Music, you can also explore our facilities in a virtual setting.