FAU Boca Raton
Florida Atlantic University was founded in 1964 in Boca Raton on an 850-acre site located near the Atlantic Ocean. The campus is conveniently located half way between Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale and offers a broad range of academic programs, activities, and services.
The Boca Raton Campus provides an exciting and supportive learning environment for students. The Student Union hosts student activities and meetings. In addition, its 2,400-seat Carole and Barry Kaye Performing Arts Auditorium enables students to enjoy performances ranging from rock groups to the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra. The campus supports two cafeterias and has an attractive array of accommodations for its residential students. The Boca Raton Campus is also the home of FAU's Division I Intercollegiate Athletics program and facilities. Its recreation complex includes an aquatic center, gymnasium, tennis courts, wellness center, track, and a variety of fields for club and intramural sports competition.
The five-story S.E. Wimberly Library houses a large collection of monographs, serials, and other academic resources. Computer labs, study lounges, a media center, and tutoring services also provide valuable academic support for students. The Boca Raton Campus hosts art exhibits, theatre productions, and concerts in its two galleries and theatre. Visiting performers and speakers add to the artistic and intellectual vibrancy of the campus.
I-95 : Exit at Glades Road and go east approximately 1/2 mile. The entrance to FAU will be on the left.
Florida's Turnpike: Exit at Glades Road and go east approximately 4 miles. The entrance to FAU will be on the left, approximately 1/2 mile east of I-95.
Above is a rendering of FAU's Innovation Village — a development currently underway that will bring more residential, recreational and retail activities to the campus. The main elements of the village include the Marleen and Harold Forkas Alumni Center, student wellness center, apartment-style housing, and dining and retail stores all centered around a new 30,000-seat football stadium. Read more >