You simply won’t find a more vibrant, diverse, high-energy campus than Berkeley. Come experience it for yourself. We’d love to show you around.
During the COVID-19 closing of campus the Visitor’s Center wants to welcome you to UC Berkeley – virtually! They have a few offerings for you to join them to virtually visit campus, one specifically for engineering. You can learn all about the College of Engineering from a student campus ambassador perspective over the course of an hour on Zoom! Two ambassadors will present for 45 minutes and then answer your questions. Please note this session does not provide a general overview of our campus, but instead focuses solely on our engineering department. We’ll cover each of the 11 majors in the engineering department, as well as labs/makerspaces, libraries, research, and life as an engineering student.
Check out their site for the most up-to-date offerings and make sure you register for your virtual tour.
Berkeley Engineering is spread across campus, but the majority of our buildings are in the northeast quadrant. See our Maps page for online and printable maps for visitors, drivers, transit riders and more. If walking around campus, you can checkout our self-guided walking tour of the Berkeley Engineering quadrant.
Looking for a place to stay, or to grab lunch? Or maybe a nearby wireless hot spot? Find out what to see and where to go — both on and off campus — at the UC Berkeley Visitor Services website, or check out the Visit Berkeley gateway site.
The Navigating Berkeley web page from the campus Disability Access and Compliance office also offers maps and other resources for getting around the UC Berkeley campus.