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Engineering tours are now available!

Come see what UNF's School of Engineering has to offer!

Important update regarding events and tours: In the interest of public health, the University has decided to cancel all large scale events and campus tours until further notice. Please continue to check our website and your email for more information about our tours.


During this time, UNF Admissions is bringing campus tours to you! Follow UNF Admissions on Instagram and Facebook for Campus Tour Takeovers, posted every Tuesday and Thursday. Follow along as UNF tour guides take you on a virtual tour of campus without leaving your home!


For other updates on UNF's protocol during this time, visit


UNF's School of Engineering has all the resources of a large state school, while maintaining the feel of a small college. You'll learn from the best of the best and get hands-on experience during every class. The School of Engineering houses three concentrations: civil, electrical and mechanical engineering. Every student has the opportunity to be a part of research. The possibilities are endless.

What is the difference between a campus tour and an engineering tour?

On a campus tour, students will hear about all of our colleges and see campus as a whole. It takes approximately two hours to complete. On an engineering tour, you will not only see campus as a whole, but also get to see what goes on inside the School of Engineering and get a more in depth look at what you will be doing as an engineering student at UNF. Since the engineering tour goes more in depth, it will take approximately two and a half hours to complete. 

During the tour you will:

  • Take a tour of our beautiful campus led by an experienced Swoop Squad member
  • Hear from engineering professors and learn about their research
  • Meet current students
  • See the labs and projects that students are working on
  • Hear about dozens of ways to get involved outside the classroom
  • See a typical residence hall room

Tour tips:

  • Wear comfortable walking shoes for your two and a half hour tour.
  • Check the weather forecast and plan for inclement weather.
  • Do not hesitate to ask questions during the tour.
  • Check our website for directions and local accommodations.
  • The safety of our tour guests is extremely important. If lightning is in the immediate area, the tour may be modified or rescheduled. If the University is closed due to extreme weather, tours will need to be rescheduled.


If you are interested in a large group tour, click the link below to register. Large group tours are reserved for groups with 10 or more people. 


Large Group Tour




If you need to reschedule an existing reservation, please call (904) 620-1183 or fill out the online form and we will be happy to assist you. We look forward to sharing our campus with you.