Weather in Central Florida can be unpredictable, so plan accordingly. For your safety, and that of our Student Ambassadors, the campus tour portion of your visit may be canceled in the event of inclement weather. Don’t worry, though — you’ll still receive the same valuable information from our Student Ambassadors through a virtual tour and Q&A panel.
How many stops are included on the campus tour?
During your campus visit, Student Ambassadors will lead you on a 90-minute walking tour around campus, making 10 stops. You’ll take a walk through Memory Mall, stroll by the Reflecting Pond, and visit the Student Union in the center of campus.
How should I plan for a campus visit?
The best time to experience UCF is when classes are in session.
Consider visiting our campus:
- On Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays
- In January, February, May, June or November
Avoid Holidays & University Breaks
Avoid visiting the campus on holidays or during special campus events — you’ll miss out on important features.
UCF is closed on the following holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Veterans Day
- Thanksgiving Day (and the day after)
Tours may also be canceled or limited during university breaks when classes are not in session:
- Winter Break (3rd week of December – 2nd week of January)
- Spring Break (varies, but typically 2nd week of March)
- Fall, Spring & Summer Intersession (period between semesters)
Pets are not permitted on campus except as authorized by the university or when a disability requires the presence of a service or support animal that is both necessary and reasonable under the circumstances.
UCF is a Smoke-Free Campus.
Where can I park for a campus visit, and will I need a pass for my vehicle?
When you arrive on campus, stop by the Visitor and Parking Information Center to purchase a daily parking pass ($5) before parking in any student lot, including spaces reserved for guests with disabilities. You can also purchase a parking pass at one of the daily permit dispensers located in all student parking facilities. Cashless short-term parking spaces are available adjacent to the Welcome Center and require the Passport App to be downloaded onto your smart device. Parking is available in student lots B-4, B-5 and B-6, all of which are in close proximity to the Duke Energy University Welcome Center.View Interactive Campus Map
Who can I call if I get lost on my way to campus?
A hotline with directions to campus is available 24/7 by calling 407-882-0909.