Campus Tours and Information Sessions
You're thinking about attending Bristol Community College... but what's next? Learn all about the college by taking a virtual tour of our locations. Familiarize yourself with the important places on campus, scope out a future study spot, explore the beautiful grounds, state-of-the-art labs, and much more — all with the click of a button!
-Click on the tour below to get started.
Virtual Information Sessions
Info sessions are a great way to learn about life at Bristol. Attend a presentation from an admissions counselor about the programs and services offered at the college and learn about the admissions process. You can either sign up for an upcoming info session and meet live with a counselor or watch the recorded info session below on your own time.
For the safety of students, faculty, staff, and the community during the Coronavirus pandemic, Bristol is currently not holding in-person tours or information sessions.
The good news? The college’s Admissions team is here to help with a virtual alternative!
Check out the schedule of admissions events below and register for one that interests you.
We offer a variety of information sessions:
- Information Sessions: These general presentations are great for potential students that are considering enrolling at Bristol, but need more information before starting the enrollment process. If you can’t attend a scheduled info session, take a look at the recorded information session below.
- Q & A Sessions: These interactive discussions with Admissions and Financial Aid are great for students that need help with the enrollment process or have some additional questions about Bristol before starting the enrollment process.
- Health Science Information Sessions: These presentations are focused on health science certificate and degree programs. These are required for students applying to Clinical Lab Science, Dental Hygiene, Nursing, and Occupational Therapy Assistant.
- Culinary Arts Information Sessions: Presented by the Culinary Arts Program Coordinator, these events are required for students applying into one of the Culinary Arts programs to introduce them to program requirements and expectations.