Welcome to the University Housing website! Here you should be able to find all the information about the multiple on-campus housing options available to students at Florida State University. While there is no residency requirement, those of us who work with college students firmly believe that living on campus has a positive effect on students' academic success and successful transition to college. There is longstanding research which shows that students who live in a residence hall for at least one year do better academically, are more likely to graduate on time, and look back on their total experience more favorably than those who never lived on campus.
Those admitted students who apply earliest will have the most flexibility in their choice of housing options. With an enrollment of over 40,000 students, we cannot house all who request housing. So apply for housing as soon as you are admitted to ensure a place on campus. If you search the website and have questions that remain unanswered by the information provided, please contact our office for assistance. We look forward to serving you through your on-campus experience.
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Have a say in who advocates for you during the academic year. Voting is open from Wednesday, September 14th at 10am to Thursday, September 15th at noon.
For FSU students looking for a place to cool off, relax, or charge your phone, the following locations will be open on campus
Based on the latest storm prediction information, the Florida State University main campus will close at noon today, September 1, 2016. Classes are canceled for this afternoon and Friday
New for 2016, the FSU Police Department has released the new SeminoleSAFE app for iOS and Android. In it, you will find the Housing Move–In Guide which provides you: Direct turn–by–turn directions to your designated unloading zone
This is the earliest you can move into the residence halls. Once the residence halls open, you may check in and pick up your key at any time afterwards. When you arrive to your residence hall, you must have a picture ID (FSUCard or Driver’s License) available. You must be present to sign for and receive your room key. Find your assignment on the myHousing portal. Don’t forget classes begin on Monday, August 29th.
The RSO Lounge Request form must be submited at least 10 days in advance of your event. A hall representative will contact you to inform you if space has been made available for your organization. We strongly recommend that no publicity be issued with the requested venue mentioned until a representative has contacted your organization. All hall government and staff functions are given priority for common area usage.Submit a Request »
The following guidelines contain FSU Residential Student Experience’s policy on distribution of promotional fliers and the solicitation to students in the residence halls. Upon approval, these fliers will be placed in common areas of residence halls by University Housing staff. Commercial solicitation, sale of goods, sale of services, or any material that can be considered promotion of a commercial business is prohibited by Residential Student Experience.
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