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MassArt has nearly one million square feet of gallery, classroom, studio and living space. We welcome visits from students, families, and the general public.
Tour MassArt from anywhere, at any time! View our world-class facilities and spaces, and imagine yourself on campus. Explore our Interactive Gallery to view student, alumni, and faculty work, learn more about student life at MassArt.
MassArt’s Visitor Information page will provide you information on Parking, Transportation, and Directions to the campus.
Please note, visitors should check-in at the College's main entrance at the Design and Media Center.
Undergraduate campus tours & Events
We encourage you to explore the many opportunities to meet with a representative from MassArt, virtually, on-campus and at events throughout the country.
Your visit will begin with a 30-minute information session led by an admissions staff person, followed by an approximately two-hour tour of campus with a current MassArt student. To register, please follow the link below:
If you have any tour-related questions, please email email@example.com.
Are you a prospective student looking for feedback on your in-progress portfolio? Do you have questions about the application process or your pathway to MassArt? Schedule a virtual meeting with an admissions counselor for individualized feedback:
MassArt's Office of Admissions offers online information sessions about the admissions process and about MassArt's academic and co-curricular programs. To register and learn more about the topics covered, please select a link below:
Contact the Office of Admissions.
graduate Events & Tours
Join us for a 30-minute webinar or a program specific information session and Q&A.
Limited on-campus tours are available for prospective Master's and Postbaccalaureate students. All visitors must comply with the health & safety protocols established by the College. Registration and approval is required. We cannot accommodate walk-ins.
Learn about when MassArt may be in your area! Representatives visit colleges, graduate school fairs, and Graduate National Portfolio Day events virtually and throughout the country.
Contact the Office of Graduate Admissions.