Visits & Tours

The College of Law encourages applicants and prospective students to visit the campus at any time. Visitor parking is available at the College of Law. For more information about South Florida and University community visit our About South Florida page.

Tours and Class Visits

Tours, class visits, Admissions information sessions and student-life panels are available to visitors during the fall and spring semesters. Visitors are always welcome to visit St. Thomas Law but we encourage you to contact the Admissions office at admitme@stu.edu or (305) 623-2310, for an appointment or RSVP for Admissions events whenever possible. Tours and panels are unavailable to the public during the Admitted Students Open Houses. Students may schedule a private visit, including a tour and class visit by contacting admitme@stu.edu or (305) 623-2310.

Open House

St. Thomas Law Open Houses provide prospective and admitted students an opportunity to visit St. Thomas Law to learn about the exciting opportunities available as a student. Prospective and Admitted students will learn about the services provided at St. Thomas Law and experience the St. Thomas Law community. We look forward to seeing you on campus!

Preview Days

Come spend the day at St. Thomas Law. Take a law school class and then join students and faculty as they share their experiences with the myriad of academic programs and activities offered at St. Thomas Law.

Admitted Students Day

The goal of the Admitted Students Day is to provide accepted students an opportunity to visit campus, meet current students and faculty, and hear about the services, financial aid, and other resources that are important in finalizing your law school decision. Students will also learn about programs and opportunities available at St. Thomas Law.

Saturday, March 6, 2021

          • 9:45 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.
          • Virtual via Zoom (contact us for more information)

Getting to the Law School

St. Thomas Law Campus

The College of Law campus features new classrooms, seminar rooms, and moot courtrooms; a two-story library with a private study rooms and an expansive reading rooms that are open 24-hours for law students; student organizations offices; and a Center for Professional Development. The campus is surrounded by an elegant, tree-lined lawn, a setting that promotes an intellectual community within a beautiful environment that fosters learning and personal growth.