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In-Person Guided Walking Tours

Join us for a general admissions information session and walking tour of campus. On this tour, our student Ambassadors will take you through our beautiful campus stopping along the way to see a variety of buildings, a model residence hall room, student dining options, and more.

Although we consider many factors when making an admission decision, visiting campus is not one of them.

Tips for in-person walking tour

  1. Please register for a campus visit before making your travel plans. Our tours tend to fill quickly, and we may not be able to accommodate you on your desired date. We do not have a waitlist, but we encourage you to monitor our calendar for spaces that may come open.
  2. Our campus walking tour is a three-mile walk covering much of our Tallahassee campus. We suggest wearing comfortable shoes and clothing that is appropriate for the weather and the 1.5 hours walking tour.
  3. Florida weather can be unpredictable; we suggest you closely monitor the weather to assist in your preparation for this visit to campus. Our tours will go out in the rain so be sure to bring a raincoat or umbrella. Tours are subject to cancellation due to severe weather.

Virtual Admissions Information Sessions

We hope you will join us for one of our upcoming virtual sessions. Our admissions staff and student ambassadors look forward to connecting with you virtually. We offer First-Year and Transfer admissions information sessions.

Self-Guided Tour

If you're unable to join us for an in-person-guided tour, we invite you to explore campus on your own using our Self-Guided Tour App.

Self-Guided Tour Information

Virtual Campus Tour

Take a virtual tour of campus from anywhere. Select a pre-made tour or create a personalized tour of campus.

Virtual Campus Tour Information

Group Tours

Group Tour requests should be submitted for organizations that consist of more than 10 people traveling together.

Group Tour Information

Additional Tours and Meetings

The following academic colleges and departments offer visit opportunities. If the college or department you are interested in is not listed here, you are welcome to contact them to ask about visiting while you are on campus. Please note some of our academic colleges may not be able to accommodate your request.

  • College of Business: In-person tours are offered during the fall and spring semesters, for more information visit;
  • College of Engineering: The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering conducts tours of our engineering building complex located at 2525 Pottsdamer St., Tallahassee, FL. Tours are offered on Mondays and Fridays at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm, excluding holidays. All guests are encouraged to register at least two business days in advance;
  • College of Motion Picture Arts: Offers virtual and in-person events, for more information visit;
  • College of Music: Offers virtual and in-person events, for more information visit;
  • College of Nursing: Offers virtual and in-person information sessions during Fall and Spring semesters, for more information visit;
  • International Programs: New Noles can participate in a transformative first-year experience by studying abroad with FSU International Programs through the renowned First Year Abroad (FYA) program. FYA participants benefit from small classes, lifelong friendships, and the opportunity to earn an out-of-state tuition waiver (non-FL residents) or up to $3,000 in scholarships (FL residents). Prospective students and families interested in learning more about the FYA program can book in person and virtual information sessions with International Programs here:
  • University Honors Program: Offers virtual and in-person information sessions, for more information visit;
  • The Seminole Experience: The Seminole Experience takes fans on a 90-minute walking tour through some of Florida State's most historic athletic venues. Experience Guides deliver the story of the program's rich history and traditions through stops that include Doak Campbell Stadium, Dick Howser Stadium, the Sod Cemetery, JoAnne Graf Field, The Seminole Soccer Complex, and Dunlap Indoor Practice Facility. For more information visit;

Discover the state capitol and the beauty of north Florida. We encourage you to consider exploring the city beyond campus during your visit if time permits. The Visit Tallahassee website is a great place to learn more about all the things to do in Tallahassee.

*Upon registering for an in-person campus visit, your confirmation email will provide a list of hotel discounts.