Levin College of Law

Explore UF Law

At UF Law, we offer tours during the Fall and Spring semesters every weekday starting at 12:00 pm, typically lasting 30 to 45 minutes.

During the summer semester starting Friday, June 7th, tours will be offered once a week on Fridays at 12:00 noon.

These tours are hosted by our current Levin Ambassadors and allow you to explore the various resources and facilities available to law students. You’ll have the chance to visit our state-of-the-art trial advocacy center, hi-tech classrooms, the law library, study areas, moot courtrooms, law clinics, and other specialized spaces that are essential for your legal education. Seeing these resources firsthand can help you assess if they align with your academic needs and aspirations. During the tour, our Ambassadors will offer their insights and experiences, providing valuable perspectives on what it’s like to study at UF Law. You can ask questions, seek advice, and gain a better understanding of the student life here. A guided tour also allows you to absorb the atmosphere, values, and traditions that define UF Law. This can help you determine if the school’s culture aligns with your personal and academic goals. Finally, you can get the true law school experience by sitting in on a live class (don’t worry, you won’t get “cold-called”).  Class visits are available when in session.

Please see below for tour/class visit registration information. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Register for In-Person* Tours/Class Visits

*You can learn about virtual tours on our Connect with UF Law pageVirtual tours are suspended during the summer.