Visits to campus are now online. We have developed digital resources that will allow you to connect with the Reed community from afar. We invite you to get to know Reed during a virtual information session, a one-on-one virtual meeting or interview with a member of our team, and more virtual events.
Virtual Information Sessions
Attend a live session
Attend a virtual information session hosted in real time by a Reed admission counselor. Learn all about Reed—academics, student life, traditions, campus—and ask about anything else you'd like to know.
Jun 5 11:00 AM PT
The spectacle of death: gladiatorial combat in ancient Rome
Mock class with classics Prof. Ellen Millender
Jun 4 3:00 PM PT
How does registration work?
For incoming students
Connect 1:1 with faculty and alumni
Conference with a counselor
Meet one-on-one with an admission counselor to find answers to all your questions about Reed.
Meet with a current student
Connect directly with a current student in these casual, individualized sessions to learn more about life at Reed.
Request an interview
Speak individually for about 20 minutes with one of our admission counselors or student interns in a relaxed setting.
Individual financial aid appointments
Admitted students are invited to schedule an individual appointment with a member of our financial aid staff.
Admitted student hangouts
Admitted student hangouts, hosted by two current Reed students, are designed as casual conversations with current and potential Reed students.
See Campus Online
Live virtual tours
Campus photo album
360º views of campus
Virtual Events Recordings
Connect with Faculty
Faculty Office Hours
History, Humanities, and History-Literature
David Garrett and Michael Breen
Computer Science and Computational Biology
Mark Hopkins and Anna Ritz
Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology
Kelly Chacon and Sarah Schaack
Anand Vaidya, Betsey Brada, and Paul Silverstein
Classics and Religion Roundtable
Kristin Scheible, Ellen Millender, and Tom Landvatter
For accessibility requests, including real-time captioning, please contact Kelsey Platt, campus visit and event coordinator, 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.