Undergraduate Campus Visit

Discover FSU

We understand that students’ lives have been impacted due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In an effort to support you during your college search, we’re offering a variety of ways to experience campus from wherever you are in the world.

Once our on campus visit programming resumes, we will update this page and notify students that complete our Undergraduate Admissions Inquiry Form.

Campus Visit Application Fee Waiver

We feel so strongly about the importance of experiencing campus, that we will reward your interest in FSU by waiving your Undergraduate Application Fee. To qualify, all you need to do is participate in either a Remote Information Session or Remote Campus Tour hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions before the preferred application deadline, and submit your application by the deadline.

Attend a Remote Information Session

These hour-long remote information sessions are for prospective first-year and transfer students. Our counselors will provide an overview of academics, student life, and the application process. You will have a chance to ask an admissions counselor as well as a current student any questions you might have.

Tour FSU’s Campus Online

Get to know campus hot spots in more ways than one. Register for an hour-long remote campus tour and hear from current FSU students to learn about campus life. Bring any questions you may have and get them answered live. 

Want your campus tour on demand? Watch a YouTube video narrated by current students to see key campus locations.

Living on Campus

Living on campus is a great way to save time and money. Take a look inside some of FSU’s residence halls and learn about what makes each of them unique. Hear from our students about what life is like living on campus.

Dining on Campus

At FSU, food is the foundation for fun. Flip through the Dining Services brochure to learn more about the many food options available on campus.

Study Abroad

Where will your education take you? Whether it's a week abroad or a full academic year, FSU offers a variety of options to discover the world around you.

Office Closures

While FSU’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions operates year-round, there are times we need to close due to holidays. This means that campus visit programming will not be available on the following days during the 2020-2021 academic year.

  • September 7 - Labor Day
  • October 12 - Columbus Day
  • October 14 - PSAT Day, office is open but programming is reserved for Explore FSU only
  • November 11 - Veterans Day, office is closed but programming will be offered
  • November 26 - Thanksgiving Recess
  • December 25 - Winter Break
  • January 1 - New Year's Day
  • January 18 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • February 15 - Presidents' Day
  • April 19 - Patriots' Day
  • May 31 - Memorial Day
  • July 4 - Independence Day