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Current Off–Campus Students

Students currently living off–campus that contract to move on–campus for a future semester are assigned priority in the order in which they contract for housing along with incoming first–year and transfer students.

As long as these students graduated high school at least 1 year in advance, they are eligible to preference one or more of our upper–division apartment–style facilities (Ragans, Traditions, McCollum, and Rogers) when completing the housing contract. Students are forewarned that preferences cannot be guaranteed and completion of the contract creates a financial responsibility for the entire contract period regardless of the room assignment or the date that the room assignment is made.

Residence Halls

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University Housing's 17 residence halls provide housing for 6,387 undergraduate students on the main FSU campus.

Facilities Resources

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University Housing's Custodial and Maintenance staff strives to maintain a safe, clean, and healthy environment for its residents.


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View all rental rates for FSU's Residence Halls, learn how you can use your Florida Prepaid for University Housing and review all payment instructions.

Tips and Resources/Helpful Links

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Moving on-campus? Review frequently asked questions, important dates for FSU Residence Halls, and what to bring when moving on-campus.

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Division of Student Affairs at Florida State University


University Housing Department
Division of Student Affairs
109 Askew Student Life Building
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306

Phone: 850–644–2860
Fax: 850–644–7997

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