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Engineering tours are now available!

UNF is now offering virtual live events and in-person campus tours for prospective students and families! Check out our events website to see what all we have to offer. We can’t wait to show you what being an Osprey is all about. During this time, UNF Admissions is also bringing campus tours to you! Follow UNF Admissions on Instagram and Facebook for Campus Tour Takeovers, posted every Tuesday. 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.edu/coronavirus

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

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. In Fall 2021, the School of Engineering will start offering a new degree in Advanced Manufacturing 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. 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 virtual tour you will:

  • Hear from the Director of the School of Engineering
  • Meet current students
  • See the labs and projects that students are working on
  • Hear about dozens of ways to get involved outside the classroom

If you would like to schedule an in-person regular campus tour, please visit our In-Person Tours page.