Thank you for your interest in touring the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science. As one of the world’s premier marine and atmospheric research institutions we offer dynamic interdisciplinary academics, and are dedicated to helping communities to better understand our planet.
Prospective undergraduate students should first visit UM’s main Coral Gables campus, where they will take the majority of their classes. A general tour of the main Coral Gables campus, offered by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, can be booked online by clicking here. The undergraduate Marine and Atmospheric Science Program office offers daily information sessions (Monday–Friday, 9AM) on the main Coral Gables Campus with faculty and/or peer counselors. Please contact the Undergraduate Office at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a session. Finally, general tours of the RSMAS Graduate campus on Virginia Key are offered Mondays and Fridays at 2PM during the academic terms (February 1-April 26, 2013); no reservations are necessary. Please meet in the RSMAS Library in the Science and Administration Building (SLAB), 10 minutes prior to the tour start time. Other days a map for a self-guided tour will be available in the library. There will be NO tours during Spring Break (March 11-March 15, 2013). Summer tours will be offered on a self-guided basis only.
Prospective graduate students are welcome to join the general tours of RSMAS as described above. You can learn about our graduate programs by visiting our website, http://www.rsmas.miami.edu/academics/graduate-programs. To set up meeting with faculty, email each individual faculty member: http://www.rsmas.miami.edu/people/faculty-index/.
Please note that RSMAS is going under significant construction. There may be days when it is not possible to have tour guides available. We apologize in advance but should this happen you will be provided with a self-guided map.
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