Tours

 

Engineering Tour Experience

The Engineering Ambassador program is pleased to offer tours for prospective UCLA engineering students and visitors to explore the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (HSSEAS). Visitors will be able to tour the Engineering and Physical Science buildings and interact directly with current HSSEAS undergraduate students to learn more about the school and its programs. Each of the tours will last approximately one hour with visits to labs, information about our over 30 engineering organizations, and our student-led projects.


INDIVIDUALS OR FAMILIES (5 OR FEWER)

Please click on the link below to sign up for a tour. Use the link below the sign-in boxes to create an account with our system.  Note: Tours must be made at least 48 hours in advance, and at most 30 days in advance.

LARGE GROUPS (10 OR MORE)

If your tour group is larger than 10 people, you must send a tour request via email to a minimum of 5 days in advance.  Tour groups larger than 10 people that are scheduled through the link for individuals or families instead of the above email may be cancelled if we do not have enough tour guides to accommodate the large group, so please request a tour by email.


Please note that during the school year our tours are only available Monday-Friday.  Tours during summer will depend on Ambassador availability.  During Summer Session A (June 20 – July 31), tours are only available on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 2:00pm.

Make sure to allot enough time to drive to the UCLA campus, find parking, and walk over to the meeting place in front of Boelter Hall.  The tours will leave promptly at the listed time.

NOTE: When creating a profile, please choose the LOS ANGELES TIME ZONE as all tour times and availability are listed in the local Los Angeles time.

The UCLA admissions office also offers general campus tours. To get the full UCLA experience, we highly recommend scheduling both an Engineering tour and a campus tour.  To register for a general UCLA campus tour, click here

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