Meet your guide for today's tour of the University of Florida, Connor! Connor is finishing his freshman year (class of 2021) and is majoring in Mechanical Engineering. He is from Southern New Jersey and plays on the club Rugby and the club Wrestling teams! FROM THE EDITOR Are you looking to study at University of Florida but not entirely convinced if it's the right place for you? Rest assured as we present University of Florida campus tour videos to answer all of your questions related to University of Florida. Explore and experience the university from the comfort of your home through this University of Florida campus virtual tour made by a REAL UF student – This video series is a complete guide to University of Florida’s campus and life, and we’ll cover hundreds of places, questions and ideas such as the Swamp, Union Lawn, Lake Alice, and more. What’s the University of Florida campus really like? What are the best parts of University of Florida’s campus? How beautiful is the UF campus really? All of these questions, and more, will be answered in these University of Florida virtual tour videos. Every year thousands of students begin their college journeys at this university. Now you can watch them share their stories, showing how it has been for them exclusively in this University of Florida campus tour. Deciding which university to go for can be a challenging decision to make as a lot depends on it. Plus, before you spend a lot of money and time visiting a school, you need to be positive it is worth it. In this UF campus tour, you can find the information that matters most, including the pros and cons of University of Florida and things to do around University of Florida. These are insights on things you cannot find through a normal online website or a printed brochure. The UF campus virtual tour holds information including but not limited to University of Florida campus size and its surrounding views, housing, social life, dining halls, and more. All this information is made accessible to you at all times. University of Florida has a lot to offer to it thousands of enrolled students, including administrative accessibility and other amenities. The University of Florida campus virtual tour provides you with an opportunity to experience what a typical day is like at the university, and also provides additional crucial information to prepare yourself for living and studying at one of the finest institutes in the world. Check out the University of Florida campus virtual tour now and bookmark this page to visit later to watch exciting campus and tour videos. Stay up-to-date with meaningful insights to help yourself make the right choice.
Students are here from the time it opens to the time it closes. You can always find a quiet part of the library to study and its such a great resource to use on campus.
Saturday in Athens! UGA vs University of Tennessee

Emma Kathleen.

University of Kansas (UK)

Hi everyone! My name is Emma Starks, I am a sophomore at the University of Kansas. I am studying broadcast journalism and theatre. I am so excited to show you what life is like here at KU. Rock Chalk!

Emma Kathleen.

University of Kansas (UK)

My friends Lucy and Mallory give us a quick tour of their two person suite in Self Hall. Self Hall is located on Daisy Hill along with six other dorms. Most of the dorms are located on Daisy Hill except for Downs, Corbin and GSP.
Ceaser Rodney is my favorite dining hall out of the 3 dining halls on campus! With over 13 different stations, 2 delis, 2 salad bars,  bakeries and more you will be sure to find something you love! My favorite part about the dining hall is UDairy, UD’s handmade ice cream made from the milk of the cows at the UD farm on campus!

Stephanie Rodriguez.

University of Florida (UF)

Living in a dorm can be difficult at times due to sharing all your personal space but is honestly a way to meet new people.

Anna Albitz.

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

A Look into Centennial hall and other freshman dorms/ housing.
One of my favorite parts of Miami is the skyline. This was taken in Key Biscane at the Rusty Pelican. It's the Brickell skyline and all inside of the city people are always buzzing.
Take a look at what it is like to volunteer with a sorority! My Sorority paired up with a fraternity to put this philanthropy event that aimed to feed children across the world!. Anyone on campus was welcome to join us and we ended up packing over 60,000 meals, which is enough to feed 167 kids a meal every day for a year!
Hey guys! Wanted to take a quick minute to introduce myself to you. My name is Alwin Sheriff and I am junior at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at College Park! I take all my classes at the Universities at Shady Grove. I hope you enjoy this tour!

Jada Jameson.

University of Miami (UM)

How I think I got into the University of Miami!

Lauren Critelli.

University of Maryland-College Park (UMD)

Meet Lauren at the University of Maryland! She is a junior broadcast journalism major and is so excited to give a tour of UMD.

Frances Miller.

University of Kentucky (UK)

The JSB is one of the most popular buildings on campus (my personal favorite besides the library) and if you are a science major like me, you will have lots of classes in here! It is a very open space with lots of light, so if you are in here all day you can have nice study areas, complete with high tech equipment and natural light, and if you get hungry the JSB has a Wildcat Pantry (for snacks) on the second floor, as well as a Freshii restaurant (more of a grab-and-go meal place) on the first floor for some healthier options. This building has lecture halls, personalized study rooms, laboratories, small scale classrooms for recitations and smaller classes, and open study spaces. This is all around my favorite building and has a multitude of purposes for all students, even if they don't have a science-related major. Later in the video, I discuss workload and what classes are like (excuse me if I sounded weird; I had a pretty bad cold). Being pre-med, the workload is pretty heavy but it is not too heavy that I have no free time or room for any activities, it is exactly the opposite (lots of activities and time) when you find a happy balance between maintaining grades and putting studying first, and also letting yourself have a good time in college as well.

Jessica Tiburcio.

University of Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV)

Snow days at UNLV are not common, so this was very exciting for me especially since I lived on Maui before moving here. Watch the entire video on my youtube channel: http://bit.ly/2ma5opz Where I go: I am walking onto campus from the Tropicana Parking Garage (by the Thomas & Mack Center). The lawn area is near the front end of campus and id directly in front of the John S. Wright Hall. I then go onto the top floor of the John S. Wright Hall. When I am on the stairs I show the Lied Library (the large glass building). I go to the top floor in the hospitality hall (William F. Harrah College of Hospitality) and show you the view, from left to right is the Carol Harter Classroom Complex (it consists of 3 buildings), and a better view of the Lied Library. You can see a foggy view of the strip. I show a quick clip of what the hospitality hall looks like on the first floor.
Meet your guide for today's tour of the University of Florida, Connor! Connor is finishing his freshman year (class of 2021) and is majoring in Mechanical Engineering. He is from Southern New Jersey and plays on the club Rugby and the club Wrestling teams! FROM THE EDITOR Are you looking to study at University of Florida but not entirely convinced if it's the right place for you? Rest assured as we present University of Florida campus tour videos to answer all of your questions related to University of Florida. Explore and experience the university from the comfort of your home through this University of Florida campus virtual tour made by a REAL UF student – This video series is a complete guide to University of Florida’s campus and life, and we’ll cover hundreds of places, questions and ideas such as the Swamp, Union Lawn, Lake Alice, and more. What’s the University of Florida campus really like? What are the best parts of University of Florida’s campus? How beautiful is the UF campus really? All of these questions, and more, will be answered in these University of Florida virtual tour videos. Every year thousands of students begin their college journeys at this university. Now you can watch them share their stories, showing how it has been for them exclusively in this University of Florida campus tour. Deciding which university to go for can be a challenging decision to make as a lot depends on it. Plus, before you spend a lot of money and time visiting a school, you need to be positive it is worth it. In this UF campus tour, you can find the information that matters most, including the pros and cons of University of Florida and things to do around University of Florida. These are insights on things you cannot find through a normal online website or a printed brochure. The UF campus virtual tour holds information including but not limited to University of Florida campus size and its surrounding views, housing, social life, dining halls, and more. All this information is made accessible to you at all times. University of Florida has a lot to offer to it thousands of enrolled students, including administrative accessibility and other amenities. The University of Florida campus virtual tour provides you with an opportunity to experience what a typical day is like at the university, and also provides additional crucial information to prepare yourself for living and studying at one of the finest institutes in the world. Check out the University of Florida campus virtual tour now and bookmark this page to visit later to watch exciting campus and tour videos. Stay up-to-date with meaningful insights to help yourself make the right choice.
Students are here from the time it opens to the time it closes. You can always find a quiet part of the library to study and its such a great resource to use on campus.
Saturday in Athens! UGA vs University of Tennessee

Emma Kathleen.

University of Kansas (UK)

Hi everyone! My name is Emma Starks, I am a sophomore at the University of Kansas. I am studying broadcast journalism and theatre. I am so excited to show you what life is like here at KU. Rock Chalk!

Emma Kathleen.

University of Kansas (UK)

My friends Lucy and Mallory give us a quick tour of their two person suite in Self Hall. Self Hall is located on Daisy Hill along with six other dorms. Most of the dorms are located on Daisy Hill except for Downs, Corbin and GSP.
Ceaser Rodney is my favorite dining hall out of the 3 dining halls on campus! With over 13 different stations, 2 delis, 2 salad bars,  bakeries and more you will be sure to find something you love! My favorite part about the dining hall is UDairy, UD’s handmade ice cream made from the milk of the cows at the UD farm on campus!

Stephanie Rodriguez.

University of Florida (UF)

Living in a dorm can be difficult at times due to sharing all your personal space but is honestly a way to meet new people.

Anna Albitz.

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

A Look into Centennial hall and other freshman dorms/ housing.
One of my favorite parts of Miami is the skyline. This was taken in Key Biscane at the Rusty Pelican. It's the Brickell skyline and all inside of the city people are always buzzing.
Take a look at what it is like to volunteer with a sorority! My Sorority paired up with a fraternity to put this philanthropy event that aimed to feed children across the world!. Anyone on campus was welcome to join us and we ended up packing over 60,000 meals, which is enough to feed 167 kids a meal every day for a year!
Hey guys! Wanted to take a quick minute to introduce myself to you. My name is Alwin Sheriff and I am junior at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at College Park! I take all my classes at the Universities at Shady Grove. I hope you enjoy this tour!

Jada Jameson.

University of Miami (UM)

How I think I got into the University of Miami!

Lauren Critelli.

University of Maryland-College Park (UMD)

Meet Lauren at the University of Maryland! She is a junior broadcast journalism major and is so excited to give a tour of UMD.

Frances Miller.

University of Kentucky (UK)

The JSB is one of the most popular buildings on campus (my personal favorite besides the library) and if you are a science major like me, you will have lots of classes in here! It is a very open space with lots of light, so if you are in here all day you can have nice study areas, complete with high tech equipment and natural light, and if you get hungry the JSB has a Wildcat Pantry (for snacks) on the second floor, as well as a Freshii restaurant (more of a grab-and-go meal place) on the first floor for some healthier options. This building has lecture halls, personalized study rooms, laboratories, small scale classrooms for recitations and smaller classes, and open study spaces. This is all around my favorite building and has a multitude of purposes for all students, even if they don't have a science-related major. Later in the video, I discuss workload and what classes are like (excuse me if I sounded weird; I had a pretty bad cold). Being pre-med, the workload is pretty heavy but it is not too heavy that I have no free time or room for any activities, it is exactly the opposite (lots of activities and time) when you find a happy balance between maintaining grades and putting studying first, and also letting yourself have a good time in college as well.

Jessica Tiburcio.

University of Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV)

Snow days at UNLV are not common, so this was very exciting for me especially since I lived on Maui before moving here. Watch the entire video on my youtube channel: http://bit.ly/2ma5opz Where I go: I am walking onto campus from the Tropicana Parking Garage (by the Thomas & Mack Center). The lawn area is near the front end of campus and id directly in front of the John S. Wright Hall. I then go onto the top floor of the John S. Wright Hall. When I am on the stairs I show the Lied Library (the large glass building). I go to the top floor in the hospitality hall (William F. Harrah College of Hospitality) and show you the view, from left to right is the Carol Harter Classroom Complex (it consists of 3 buildings), and a better view of the Lied Library. You can see a foggy view of the strip. I show a quick clip of what the hospitality hall looks like on the first floor.

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