Virtual Visit

Join us for a virtual visit or event and check out our library of resources! We offer workshops to help with your college search and opportunities to hear from faculty, current students, and college leaders. You can also sign up for a live virtual visit or information session and browse our video library for recordings of past sessions and alumni interviews.

Reedies Reflect: Student Panel

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Hear from the People Who Know Reed Best

On Friday, March 1, at 2:30 p.m. PST, current students will tell you about learning, living, and thriving at Reed—from clubs and language houses to paper conferences and Gray Fund. Assistant Dean of Admission Alex Harris ’22 will moderate this session. Join to ask your questions live!

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Virtual Events for Prospective Students

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Multiple Dates

Reed in 20 Minutes

Just starting to explore Reed? Join Milyon Trulove, Vice President and Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, for a 20-minute session that will break down everything that makes our community distinctive.

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Multiple Dates

International Student Drop-ins

Drop in to this session to meet Associate Dean of Admission Dev Devvrat and ask your questions about applying to Reed. Learn more about the application process and how financial aid works for international students.

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FEB 29 AT 5 P.M.

Faculty Spotlight: Computer Science, Political Science, and Psychology

Professors Erica Blum (Computer Science), Fathimath Mustaq (Political Science), and Kris Anderson (Psychology) will answer questions about their classes, research, and teaching at Reed.

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MAR 1 AT 2:30 P.M.

Student Panel

Hear from the people who know Reed best: our students! Current Reedies will discuss academics, residence halls, student life, clubs, organizations, and Portland.

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MAR 6 AT 4:30 P.M.

Faculty Spotlight: German and Comparative Literature, History, and Math-Statistics

Professors Jake Fraser (German and Comparative Literature), Margot Minardi (History), Zajj Daugherty (Mathematics and Statistics) will answer questions about their classes, research, and the Reed community.

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MAR 7 AT 5:30 P.M.

Students of Color Panel

Current students of color will talk about their time at Reed and answer your questions. This event is intended for those who identify as students of color to connect with each other in an inclusive space.

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MAR 11 AT 4 P.M.

Faculty Spotlight: Economics, Linguistics, and Political Science

Professors Felipe Carrera (Economics), Kara Becker (Linguistics), and Tamara Metz (Political Science) will answer questions about their classes, research, and teaching at Reed.

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MAR 13 AT 6 A.M.

What is the Waitlist?

Wondering how the waitlist works? Join Associate Dean of Admission Dev Devvrat as he explains the waitlist process and timeline, as well as what items you can submit to strengthen your application.

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MAR 13 AT 7 P.M.

What is the Waitlist?

Wondering how the waitlist works? Join Associate Dean of Admission Dev Devvrat as he explains the waitlist process and timeline, as well as what items you can submit to strengthen your application.

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MAR 19 AT 4 P.M.

Faculty Spotlight: French, GLAM, and Mathematics

Professors Ann Delhanty (French), Nigel Nicholson (Greek, Latin, and Ancient Mediterranean Studies), and Angélica Osorno (Mathematics) will answer questions about their classes, research, and teaching at Reed.

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MAR 20 AT 3 P.M.

Virtual Campus Tour

Explore our campus as two student tour guides take you on a live virtual tour and share stories from some of their most memorable moments at Reed.

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MAR 20 AT 4 P.M.

From the Midwest to the PNW

What’s it like to transition to Reed as a student from the Midwest? Hear from admission counselors and current students about cultural differences; the academic and social environment at Reed; and all that Portland has to offer, including great food, music, and green spaces.

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MAR 21 AT 4 P.M.

From New England to the PNW

What’s it like to transition to Reed as a student from New England? Hear from admission counselors and current students about cultural differences; the academic and social environment at Reed; and all that Portland has to offer, including great food, music, and green spaces.

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MAR 23 AT 11 A.M.

A Conversation with President Audrey Bilger

Reed President Audrey Bilger will sit down with Milyon Trulove, Vice President and Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, to answer your questions and discuss the value of a liberal arts education.

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MAR 26 AT 4 P.M.

Student Panel

Hear from the people who know Reed best: our students! Current Reedies will discuss academics, residence halls, student life, clubs, organizations, and Portland.

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MAR 30 AT 2 P.M.

From the South to the PNW

What’s it like to transition to Reed as a student from the South? Hear from admission counselors and current students about cultural differences; the academic and social environment at Reed; and all that Portland has to offer, including great food, music, and green spaces.

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View our On-Campus Events

Virtual Visits

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Ongoing - Juniors Only

Interview

An interview is a casual conversation with an admission counselor, an alum, or a student intern. This is an opportunity for us to get to know you better and for you to get some of your questions about Reed answered.

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Ongoing

Financial Aid Appointments

Do you have questions about applying for financial aid? Book an appointment to meet with a staff member to find out how financial aid works at Reed.

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ONGOING

High School Visits

Admission counselors are visiting schools all over the world to tell you about Reed and answer your questions. Find out when they will be visiting your area!

Reed in Your Area

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Ongoing

Ask the Faculty

Do you have questions about specific majors? Curious about the curriculum in Reed's conference-style classes? Submit your questions here to be connected to Reed professors.

Submit your Question

See Campus Online

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Campus photo album

Look through dozens of photographs showing Reed's campus, classrooms, nuclear reactor, and dorms.

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360º views of campus

Explore on your own by clicking through pictures from all around campus.

See Reed on Google Maps

Virtual Event Recordings

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Faculty events

Faculty members give a general overview and answer questions about their department.

Watch a recorded faculty event

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Panels

Watch what happens when faculty members get together to discuss their departments, classes, students and so much more.

Watch a recorded panel discussion

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Academic Virtual Sessions

Learn more about Reed's academic programs through our virtual office hours and overviews of some of our majors.

Explore our recorded academic sessions

For questions about virtual visit options and for accessibility requests, including real-time captioning, please please email us at campus.visit@reed.edu. For accessibility requests, please contact us at least one week prior to the event. Some accommodations may require time for the college to coordinate and having advance notice will help us to provide seamless access.