Regarded as the "most beautiful campus” in the nation, Florida Southern College is a popular site for people from all over the world because of its renowned architecture and natural surroundings.
Learn about the admissions process and academic opportunities and enjoy a walking tour of our 100-acre campus, guided by one of our Southern Ambassadors.
We are excited to welcome you and your group to Florida Southern College! To ensure that your group makes the most of your experience at Florida Southern, please review the following policies and procedures before requesting a visit.
Due to student tour guide and staff availability, we do not offer group tours on Saturday or Sunday.
We ask that all groups with students please provide one adult chaperone for every 15 students. Campus tours are led by Southern Ambassadors, and those chaperones visiting with your group are asked to accompany the tour to help your group stay together and organized.
Please submit your request two weeks prior to your proposed visit day. Your group’s visit will be confirmed by the Office of Admissions via email, and we will provide you with the date, time and arrival location for your group. Due to student tour guide and staff availability, Florida Southern reserves the right to cancel all group tours running 30 or more minutes late.
If your group would like to eat lunch on campus as part of their visit experience, please contact Bryan O'Connor 863.680.4910 for pricing and menu options.
When visiting Florida Southern College, we ask your group to respect our students, faculty, staff and grounds. Failure to do so may result in an early conclusion to the group tour and review of future visit requests.
We have restrooms and bottled water in the France Admissions Center. Face masks are currently optional on FSC’s campus. If anyone would like a mask, we do have disposable masks for use upon request.
We welcome High School Counselors to our campus and want to make sure you have the information you need for your college-bound students.
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As a student at FSC, I held internships at the 5E Oncology/Hematology department of MedStar Washington Hospital Center, where I enhanced my skills in tracheostomy care, chemotherapy, blood products, traumatic / emergent care.
— Hannah LiebmannNurse at Yale New Haven Hospital