Take some time to learn more about Bryn Mawr while we learn about you.
While interviews are not required for most applicants*, we strongly encourage you to interview if you can. Interviews help us learn more about you beyond your transcript and your essays. It’s also a great time to ask questions about Bryn Mawr from a member of the community.
Interviews must be completed by the deadline under which you are applying. Due to the volume of requests for Regular Decision interviews, all on-campus and virtual interviews for that application plan must be requested by December 15.
*Interviews are required for homeschool, cyber school, and early admission applicants.
Interview With Us
There are a few ways you can interview with us, but you can only interview once. All interviews are treated equally in the review process.
You can schedule an interview as part of your campus visit. Click the link to plan your trip to campus.
Interview with us from the comfort of your own home -- or wherever! Click the link to schedule a virtual interview.
Alumnae/i Virtual Interview Days
Interview virtually with an alum! Alumnae/i Interview Days for the 2022-2023 application cycle will take place on Sept. 28, Oct. 16, Nov. 12, Dec. 3, and Jan. 8.
Some Admissions Officers offer interviews while they are traveling. See if an AO is coming to your town and offering interviews by clicking the link.
Transfer and nontraditional applicants should email email@example.com to schedule an interview.
Important Note for Applicants in China
Because of the volume of requests, Bryn Mawr cannot accommodate alumnae/i or virtual interviews in China. As an alternative, you may arrange an interview with InitialView. We realize there is a cost for this service. While interviews are strongly encouraged, they are not required.
Being Your Best Self at Your Interview
Interviews can seem daunting, but they don’t have to be! Read this advice from two senior tour guide interviewers to help calm your nerves before your next interview.
Cindy Chea '22"Bryn Mawr interviewers simply want to have a conversation with you. They genuinely want to learn who you are and why you’re interested in being a part of the Bryn Mawr community."