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Visit NSU Florida

NSU places the highest priority on the health and safety of its students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all campus visits for the month of August have moved to a virtual format - sign up to attend below.

At this time, we are assessing CDC recommendations for our on-campus visits. Please continue to monitor this page for any updates to our in-person experience.

Meet Our Admission Ambassadors...Virtually

Joshua Austin

Joshua Austin
Year: Junior 
Major: Behavioral Neuroscience 
Hometown: Jonesboro, GA

Misha Brahmbhatt

Misha Brahmbhatt
Year: Senior 
Major: Public Health
Hometown: Boynton Beach, FL

Molly Marrinan

Molly Marrinan
Year: Junior
Major: Speech-Language Pathology 
Hometown: Narragansett, RI

Rhea Kanwar

Rhea Kanwar
Year: Junior 
Major: Biology 
Hometown: Edison, NJ
Eva Ducanis

Eva Ducanis
Year: Sophomore 
Major: Accounting
Hometown: Davie, FL

Kasey-Elise Jureidini

Kasey-Elise Jureidini
Year: Junior 
Major: Exercise and Sports Science 
Hometown: Kingston, Jamaica
Tara Seychel

Tara Seychel
Major: Marketing 
Hometown: Troy, MI

Brandon Valerio

Brandon Valerio
Year: Junior 
Major: Biology 
Hometown: Miami, FL

Register for an Undergraduate Visit

Select Month:



  • Upon registration, you will receive a link to the virtual webinar. When it’s time for your virtual visit, simply click your link to open the webinar.
  • Your virtual experience will include a presentation and virtual campus tour with an Admission Officer.

On Campus

  • Your visit will last approximately 2 hours, which includes a group admissions presentation with an Admission Officer and a campus tour with an Admission Ambassador.
  • The walking tour is indoors and outdoors. We recommend wearing comfortable shoes and dressing for the weather accordingly.

This online resource was originally designed for admitted students participating in the Virtual Shark Preview experience and Premier Program interviews in March and April.

Even if you're not interviewing for Premier Programs, Future Sharks who have been admitted to Nova Southeastern University can find a virtual campus tour and many videos about the Shark Life. We know it's not quite the same as being on campus, but it's the next best thing!


Oceanographic Campus Tours have been temporarily suspended.

Learn more about the Oceanographic Center virtually.

The Halmos College of Natural Science and Oceanography also offers a daily tour of the NSU Guy Harvey Oceanographic Center. You must request your tour at least 24 in hours in advance.

To best maximize your visit to NSU, we recommend selecting the 10 a.m. undergraduate campus visit on NSU's main campus, followed by the afternoon Oceanographic Campus tour. Please allow at least 30 minutes of drive time to get from main campus to the Oceanographic Center.


Oceanographic Center Overview:

As an Oceanographic Center student, you can anticipate remarkable experiences. You will train, study, learn, and interact with students living and working around the world. A leader in marine biological research, with a focus on coral reef science and marine fish conservation, the Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center has been at the forefront of marine science education and oceanographic research for nearly 50 years. Situated at Port Everglades in Hollywood, Florida, the 10-acre campus is located on the water within John U. Lloyd Beach State Park. Our large marina affords immediate boat access to coastal and open ocean environments and ecosystems.

An ideal location for students, scientists, and faculty members of oceanography, the Oceanographic Center is also home to
several institutes:

Also located at the campus is the Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Ecosystems Science Research Facility. Students, scientists, and faculty members come to the Oceanographic Center from all corners of the globe, with the common goals of learning from the ocean's living classrooms and protecting its resources.

Thank you for your interest in bringing your students to Nova Southeastern University!

High School Group Visits can be requested from June through December. January through May is our busiest time of year for our admissions team, therefore no group visits will be hosted in those months.

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is pleased to host group visits for 15-40 people. We pride ourselves on our small and engaging campus tours, and intimate campus visit experience – to that end, we will not be able to accommodate any groups that exceed the 40 guest limit. We try to accommodate large groups, but please be aware that our ability to accommodate requests is dependent on the availability of our Admissions Ambassadors, Admissions Representatives, and space on campus.

We ask for at least TEN (10) business days advance notice prior to your campus visit.

Please email the following information to our Group Visit Coordinator listed below:

Primary Contact for Group Tour

Name (First and Last):


Phone Number (Day of Event):

Mailing address:

Group Information

Group Name:

Brief description of group:

Total number of students and chaperones:

What is the age range of your group?

Choose 2-3 possible dates and times for your visit.

We must also obtain your group’s Certificate of Liability prior to confirming your reservation. Please attach a copy on your email response to request your group visit.

If you have any questions please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at or 954-262-8000.

If you are experiencing an issue registering for a visit, or a visit says "Full" that you would like to register for, please send the following information to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at

Date of Visit:
Time of Visit (10:00 am or 2:00 pm):
Student's Name:
Email Address:
Home Address:
City, State, Zip:
Cell Phone Number: 
Intended Major:
High School Graduation Year:
Number of Additional Guests:

Need assistance?



Jessica Perez
Senior Associate Director, Campus Visit Experience

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