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Visit Campus Today!

There is nothing like visiting our beautiful campus.

We are excited to host you for your campus visit to Bay Path University. Click here to register!

All tours must be scheduled at least 24 hour hours in advance. Walk-in guests cannot be accommodated. Due to COVID-19 concerns, we are limiting each tour to one prospective student and no more than three immediate family members living in the same household.  On-campus, we require that you wear a mask, maintain appropriate social distance, and complete a COVID-19 symptom tracking form in order to participate.

Visitors from "high-risk states" and all international visitors will need to comply with the latest Massachusetts COVID-19 Travel Orders. Due to Massachusetts state guidelines, we can only welcome visitors from states deemed low risk. If you are from a state that is not currently considered low risk by the Massachusetts state guidelines and have been in the state of MA for more than 14 days, have quarantined for 14 days in MA, or are able to produce a negative COVID-19 test that was administered within 72 hours of arrival in MA, we will welcome you to visit campus. Per the state's order, we cannot permit you to visit without these precautions. We also kindly ask that if you reside in a low-risk state but have traveled to a high-risk state you wait 14 days before you visit campus.

Please meet at Empsall Hall no more than 10 minutes prior to your tour’s scheduled start time. Designated guest parking is available on the west side of Empsall Hall.

At the start of your visit, an admissions counselor will welcome you to our campus, share expectations for your visit, and share information. Next, you and your guests will be led on a campus tour stopping at select areas of campus while following COVID-19 safety protocols. For safety reasons, buildings visited during the tour may be limited. Science labs may be included on a limited basis for Friday and Saturday tours. While we cannot guarantee that visitors to campus will not be exposed to COVID-19, we are strictly following all guidelines from the Commonwealth and CDC to try and ensure your safety. 

If you need to cancel & reschedule your tour for any reason, please email as soon as possible.

Virtual Tour

Virtual Visits:

Take a virtual tour of campus then "meet" with an admissions counselor and other members of the Bay Path community related to your interests. Available Monday through Friday at 9am, 11am and 3pm. Please click here to register for your virtual experience. Please register 24 hours in advance if possible.

Virtual Open House Series:
We invite you and your family to join us for our virtual Fall Open House Series. Through a series of virtual events, you will have the opportunity to meet with faculty, members of our admissions, and our student financial services teams, our athletic recruiter, and current students, hear more about Bay Path and have your questions answered. Click here to view dates and times.

Virtual Athletic Sessions:
We invite you and your family to join us for our virtual Athletics Sessions. Get all of your questions answered about our athletic program and teams. What you can expect:
hear from our Athletic Director and Athletic Recruiter, meet student-athletes, and learn about the NCAA DIII Association. Click here to view dates and times. 

Virtual Transfer Information Sessions:
You are invited to join us for a presentation about applying to Bay Path as a transfer student. During this program, you will have the opportunity to meet with your transfer counselor, learn about our academic programs, the financial aid process, and our transfer credit policy. Click here to view dates and times. 

When I got there, I had a lot of assumptions based on other college trips. Bay Path made me feel very comfortable and at home. Personally, I had no frame of reference for college and I was unsure of what I wanted to do. It seemed like everything I wanted in a college was at Bay Path. It was small, local and very welcoming."