The Lumberjack experience
Sure, we think SFA is pretty great — but don’t take our word for it. Come experience the awesomeness for yourself.
Join our student Jack Walkers — or “J-Walkers,” as we call them — on a guided tour of campus. You’ll see academic buildings and residence halls, learn about some of SFA’s unique landmarks and traditions, and have the opportunity to meet with representatives from our Office of Admissions.
You can expect your tour to take about 1.5 hours. We offer weekday and weekend tours, and we even have special tours for large groups.
Choose your tour
Planning a campus visit? Our J-Walkers can’t wait to show you around. First, you’ll need to decide which tour is right for you. Then, just contact us to schedule your tour!
Weekday tours give you the opportunity to see the campus in action and get a feel for day-to-day Lumberjack life. While you’re here, you can see one of our residence halls, check out our student organizations, and speak with representatives from admissions and financial aid. You can even make an appointment to meet faculty members from a variety of academic departments.
Weekday tour groups meet in the Rusk Building, Room 206. Campus tour sizes will be extremely limited. View our online calendar to confirm campus tour availability and make your reservation.
To ensure your safety, we will implement the following guidelines:
- Each tour will allow for only nine guests, plus our student Jack Walker.
- A maximum of two parents/guardians may join prospective students on their tour.
- Masks will be required inside all buildings.
- Physical distancing is strongly encouraged.
Can’t make it here during the week? No worries. Our J-Walkers offer guided tours most Saturdays during the fall and spring semesters.
Saturday tours are available at 10 a.m. and noon, and reservations are required.
Showcase SFA is designed for individuals or small family groups. This “open house” event happens throughout the academic year and gives prospective Lumberjacks an in-depth look at SFA. Meet with instructors and department representatives to learn more about available majors and areas of study, or tour a few of SFA’s residence halls. You also can speak with representatives from admissions and financial aid.