One of the best ways to determine if a university is right for you is to visit the campus. The Office of New Student Orientation offers campus tours to provide students and their families a better understanding of campus life. The tours are run by Campus Ambassadors, who are highly knowledgeable about the University, its academic programs and traditions. Your Campus Ambassador will point out places of interest, while providing insightful information about the student experience at FAMU. During your guided tour, you will observe the bustling activity of campus, from students chatting on the "Set", studying in the Quadrangle, or grabbing a bite at the "Orange Room."
Scheduling a Campus Visit
Campus tours are offered on weekdays throughout each semester excluding holidays and some blackout dates. If you would like to visit in the spring, particularly during the months of March and April, please schedule well in advance as these dates fill up quickly.Click here to schedule your campus visit now!
Engineering Campus Visits
The College of Engineering was established as a joint program serving two universities in Tallahassee, Florida: The Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, and The Florida State University. The College of Engineering is situated in Innovation Park; a neutral location in Tallahassee between the campuses of the two universities it serves. To schedule a visit of the College of Engineering Click Here!
Rattler Review Days
Review Days are academically focused visits that highlight specific colleges and schools as well as offer on-site admissions decisions (with proper documents). Review Days occur during the fall semester, and are reserved for juniors and seniors only. Each event is scheduled on a Friday prior to a home game so that prospective students have the opportunity to attend a college event and experience the "FAMU Spirit". Click Here To Register!
Friday, September 13, 2013
Friday, October 25, 2013
Friday, November 15, 2013
Open House Events
Florida A&M University will host its Annual Spring Preview on Saturday, March 29, 2014 from 8:30am – 2:30pm. This event for prospective high school students and community college transfer students will be hosted by the Division of Student Affairs.
The purpose of this program is to provide an opportunity for prospective students to learn about the Florida A&M University ’s outstanding degree programs, meet with faculty, administrators and current students, as well as tour our beautiful campus.
There is no cost to attend this program and reservations for groups, families or individuals may be made online by clicking the following link Spring Preview.
Accommodations for overnight stays must be made directly with the hotel of your choice. For your convenience, a partial list of local hotels is included in your confirmation email or click the following link Visit Tallahassee.