Our vertical urban campus is composed of a cluster of buildings near the intersection of Boylston and Tremont streets that overlooks the historic and pastoral Boston Common. The buildings house state-of-the-art teaching, production, and performance facilities, as well as several clinical laboratories. We offer general campus tours, personalized campus tours, and individual meetings. We can also coordinate a faculty meeting or class visit. Advance notice is much appreciated in scheduling your visit.
Campus Visit Options
General Campus Tour
Experience first-hand our impressive facilities and get insight into graduate student life at Emerson College. Each tour is approximately one hour long and is led by a current graduate student. These tours can be scheduled anytime during regular operating hours (Monday through Friday, 9:00 am–5:00 pm EST). Please note that the tour may be led by a student in a different program from your program of interest. Request a visit time online »
Personalized Campus Tour
Led by a current student in your program of interest, these tours last approximately one hour and are a great opportunity to familiarize yourself with the campus and ask questions. You can learn why the current student chose Emerson, hear about his or her experience in the program, and get tuned into life in Boston. The tour will focus on the facilities related to your program, and after the tour you will have the opportunity to discuss program specifics with your tour guide. Request a visit time online »
Get a tour of the Emerson campus.
One-on-One Information Sessions
Led by a Graduate Admission staff member, an individual meeting presents the admission and financial aid process to prospective students. In addition, you will have the opportunity to ask questions about Emerson, graduate student life, and your program of interest. Request a visit time online »
Faculty Meetings and Class Visits
With advance notice, we are happy to coordinate a faculty meeting and/or class visit. This is your chance to ask detailed academic questions of the program director or another faculty member. Sitting in on a class provides you with further insight so you can fully understand the Emerson classroom experience. Request a visit time online »