Campuses & Sites

Boca Raton Campus

Boca Raton Campus Main Entrance

FAU Boca Raton
777 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431

GPS: 26.365668,-80.106093

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More than 70 percent of FAU's 30,000 students take classes at FAU's first and largest campus and the majority of the University's 175+ degree programs are based here. Located just three miles from the Atlantic Ocean and the beautiful beaches of Boca Raton, the campus features everything you expect from a modern university -- suite-style housing for nearly 4,000 students, brand-new athletics and recreational facilities, art galleries, a cafe/movie theater complex and so much more -- all in a vibrant, tropical setting with a student body that is the most diverse of all of Florida's public universities.


Broward Campuses

Dania Seatech Campus

FAU Dania Beach (SeaTech)
101 North Beach Road
Dania Beach, FL 33004

GPS: 26.0548311,-80.1132756

The Dania Beach facility is home to ocean engineering research and technology development in the areas of acoustics, marine vehicles, hydrodynamics and physical oceanography, marine materials and nanocomposites. Dania Beach builds on five decades of excellence at FAU as home to one of the nation's first ocean engineering programs.



Davie Library Campus Building

FAU Davie
3200 College Avenue
Davie, FL 33314

GPS: 26.083006,-80.235892

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More than 5,000 students take classes at FAU's second-largest campus. Conveniently located (central Broward County) with Broward College as part of the South Florida Education Center, FAU Davie offers coursework in 30 degree programs through the colleges of Arts and Letters, Business, Design and Social Inquiry, Nursing, and Science. The campus features more than 300,000 square feet of labs, classrooms and faculty, staff and student offices. It also hosts the innovative Teaching and Leadership Center and is the base of operations for FAU's Everglades research and restoration efforts.



FTL HEC Building

FAU Fort Lauderdale
111 East Las Olas Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

GPS: 26.1198199,-80.1413683

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Located in downtown Fort Lauderdale, the campus provides a "real life" urban laboratory for students pursuing an accredited degree in architecture and is the location for the College of Business' Executive Master of Accounting program. The campus also is home to MetroLab, a collaborative exhibition and event space for FAU's engagement with the community.


Northern Campuses

HBOI Building

FAU Harbor Branch
5600 US 1 North
Fort Pierce, FL 34946

GPS: 27.535369,-80.360334

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FAU's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute (HBOI) is dedicated to exploring the world's oceans and integrating the science and technology of the sea with the needs of humankind. As a base of operations for a host of research and academic programs -- such as coral reef and estuary studies, marine mammal rescue and rehabilitation, semester-at-sea programs and a variety of research positions and internships -- undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty find HBOI's high-tech facilities and dynamic environment perfect for their varied pursuits.



Jupiter Building

FAU Jupiter
5353 Parkside Drive
Jupiter, FL 33458

GPS: 26.887837,-80.11818

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The John D. MacArthur Campus at Jupiter offers nearly 1,500 students coursework in programs from the colleges of Arts and Letters, Design and Social Inquiry, Education, and Science. It is home to the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College -- which provides 300 students with a live-in, all-honors educational experience -- as well as the Center for Environmental Studies, the Hibel Museum of Art and research facilities for two of the world's leading research organizations, the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience and Scripps Florida, a division of The Scripps Research Institute. Just four miles from the beach, students at FAU Jupiter enjoy the resources of a large research university and the advantages of a small campus setting.


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