Information Sessions & Campus Tours

An excellent way to get a firsthand feel for life at WPI is with our information session and campus tour. These visits last for just over two hours and include an overview of WPI and our undergraduate academic programs, details of the application and admissions process, and a guided tour of campus and the chance to ask current students your important questions.

Information sessions and campus tours are held on weekdays throughout the year and on select Saturdays in the Fall and Spring. Please check our calendar for an current schedule of dates and times and to reserve your spot.

Scheduling Your Visit

In order to accommodate you on your preferred date and time, we encourage you to register well in advance of your visit. Check out our calendar of upcoming dates and times and register now for a session that suits your schedule. If a date is not available, the session is either at capacity or not being offered at that time.

Visits for School Counselors

We welcome visits from school counselors throughout the year for our scheduled information sessions and tours. If you will be visiting WPI, please contact for more information and to confirm a date and time.

What to Expect

Your day starts with an information session led by an admissions staff member and student intern. We'll discuss an overview of WPI, as well as important details of the undergraduate academic program and details on the application and admission process. 

Following the information session, you will go on a walking tour of our campus led by current WPI students. On tour, you'll see academic buildings, classrooms, the library, a residence hall, the dining hall, our Sports & Recreation Center, and the Rubin Campus Center. Your tour guides will talk about their experiences as WPI students, and you may ask them questions about what it is like to attend WPI.

Animals on Campus

Please note: WPI has an Animals on Campus policy, and appreciates guests following the policy. In short, animals are not permitted in the Bartlett Center (housing the Office of Admissions, and Financial Aid) or other buildings on campus with the exception of approved Service or Assistance Animals for individuals with disabilities.