On-Campus Visits and Events

Be surrounded by the buzz of intellectual curiosity and scholarly inquiry by visiting Reed's campus. Prospective students are welcome to join us for a campus tour and Introduction to Reed, an informative session where an admission counselor will talk about our academic philosophy, the value of a liberal arts education, our approach to grading, typical student life experiences, exploring Portland, and more.

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February 18 and March 24

Junior Visit Days

Come meet with us, experience Reed, and gain the tools you need to ace the college search and application process. Our admission team will lead sessions about navigating selective admission, writing your personal statement, and understanding financial aid. Your full visit will include additional sessions, special campus tours, and a reception where you’ll meet admission counselors and current Reedies.

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Campus Tour and Introduction to Reed (2 hours)

Campus visits are generally offered on weekdays and select Saturdays throughout the year, excluding Holidays and Special Events. High school seniors will also have the opportunity to interview when they visit campus. 

Register for a campus tour (five guests or fewer)

Request a group visit (more than five guests)

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Group Visits

Do you have a class, community group, or other large group that would like to visit our campus? We're happy to arrange a special visit for groups of up to 50 people.

Request a group visit

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Counselor Visits

Are you a high school, independent, or CBO counselor interested in learning more about Reed? We invite you to visit campus to get to know us in person. You can take a tour with a current student, attend an information session, and meet with an admission counselor. 

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For accessibility requests, please contact prior to your visit. Some accommodations may require time for the college to coordinate and having advance notice will help us to provide seamless access.