Virtual Experiences at Bradley


Sunday, February 19, 2023
Be You. Be Bradley. Spring Webinar Event
Your college should be the place that allows you to Be You. This one-hour Livestream highlights unique student experiences and shows you how to build and develop your own path at Bradley.
6:00 PM until 7:00 PM - Central Time
You won't be on camera, however we will have the Q&A and chat open for you to talk with other students and ask questions of our admission counselors during the program.

Register Online

If you have questions about these online programs, or our on-campus visit opportunities, contact our Campus Visit Coordinator at (309) 677-1000 or at

Talk to a Counselor

Have a question about Bradley? We are available if you would like to receive enrollment guidance or just to talk about Bradley.

Talk to a Counselor

Talk to a Student

Talking to a current student can be a big help in learning more about Bradley or deciding if it’s the right college home for you. That’s why our STARs are available to talk on the phone. All you have to do is request a call!

Talk to a Current Student

Talk to a Professor

Just ask and we’ll find a professor to call or email you to answer your questions about the major or program you are interested in.

Talk to a Professor

Campus Tour

Can’t make it to campus? Take a quick tour of the Hilltop.

Facility Tours

Get to know some of the best spots on campus with these facility tour videos.

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Housing Tours

Take a closer look at where your new home on the Hilltop could be.

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Bradley Bound Blog

Learn more about Bradley University by exploring our blog.

Learn More

Interactive Map

Use our interactive map to see where things are on campus and what our facilities look like. You can filter by building type (academic, administrative, athletic, dining, and residence hall), and take a virtual tour.

Get to Know Peoria

Bradley and Peoria share much in common — a diverse population, world-class research facilities, outstanding fine arts and entertainment, and a great sense of community. In this regard, Peoria — the state’s second-largest metropolitan area — simultaneously offers the urban benefits of a big city and the personality of a small town.