The Office of New Student and Family Programs provides resources and services for undergraduate new students and families to support a coordinated and collaborative transition to the Berklee community. Our student- and family-centered engagement approach presents undergraduate orientation as an educational process and as a launching event, with the introduction and discovery of the individual, relationships, and foundational routines serving as the bedrock of their artistry, scholarship, and leadership.   


At the beginning of the semester, Berklee welcomes new students and their families for orientation, during which you can learn about campus life, academics, and other experiences and opportunities available to students. Learn about student orientation, an introduction to Berklee's Boston campus.

Family Programs

Families are invited to attend Family Orientation, an opportunity to learn about the Berklee student experience through performances, workshops, and informational panels. Other programming includes Family Weekend (for Berklee College of Music families and Boston Conservatory at Berklee families).


The Center for Campus Life is in the lower level of 150 Massachusetts Avenue. 


Questions related to orientation and family programs for Boston Conservatory at Berklee and Berklee College of Music can be sent to