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2023-2024 Graduate Bulletin

Graduate Housing

Executive Director of University Housing: Shannon Staten, 109 Student Life Building

Residence Halls

The Office of University Housing is responsible for all on-campus housing facilities. The office provides living accommodations for full-time, degree-seeking, fee-paying students. All assignments are made without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, or national origin. Some rooms and apartments are adapted for residents who have physical disabilities.

University facilities on the main campus include four apartment buildings with varying bedroom/bathroom and roommate configurations that are available for unmarried students. Most residents are undergraduates, but a limited number of rooms are reserved for single graduate students.

Halls Apartment Type Students per Bedroom
McCollum 2 bedroom / 1 bath 2
1 bedroom / 1 bath 1
Ragans 3–4 bedroom / 2 bath 1
Rogers 1 bedroom / 1 bath 2
Traditions 2 bedroom / 1 bath 1

For the security of the residents, entrances to residence hall apartments are locked at all times. Residents must use keys to enter, and visitors must be escorted by a resident at all times in the building.

Costs

McCollum, Ragans, Rogers, Traditions Halls

Semester rate includes utilities, mail service, wired and wireless Internet, and a refrigerator. Rental rates and payment due dates are provided on the University Housing Website at https://housing.fsu.edu/.

Note: All housing rental fees are established by Florida State University and are subject to approval by the State Board of Education. University Housing is a self-supporting auxiliary, and rental rates must reflect operating costs.

Contracts

Students may submit a contract for housing after notice of admission. The housing contract is available at https://housing.fsu.edu/.

As space is limited, interested students are urged to submit their contracts as quickly as possible. Assignments are made on a priority basis: 1) returning residents–based on the number of completed credit hours on file in the Office of the University Registrar and 2) all new residents–based on the date the contract is submitted. Although graduate student spaces are typically in the buildings listed above, an assignment could be made in a different building based on space available.

The terms and conditions of occupancy are for the contract period for the semester(s) for which the student contracts. All students who submit the Housing Contract and enroll in the University are rent obligated for the period of the contract. Academic year contracts include both Fall and Spring semesters and are not eligible for cancellation except as stated in the contract terms and conditions.

Other Options

Students who are unable or choose not to live in University housing have several housing options. A considerable number of apartments and homes located near campus are available for rent through local real estate agencies and private owners.

The Southern Scholarship Foundation provides free rent housing in a cooperative living environment for a limited number of students who have excellent academic records and financial need. The eligibility requirements are a GPA of 3.0 or higher and a FAFSA EFC of 7500 or lower. Students share all household duties and each foundation house is supervised by a House Manager upper-level student who resides with the students. Online applications are due on November 1st for Spring applicants and on April 1st for Fall applicants. All applicants, including those reapplying, must be 25 years or younger on or before their first day of school of the semester they are applying. The application is available on the SSF Website. Southern Scholarship Foundation, 322 Stadium Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32304; (850) 222-3833; https://www.southernscholarship.org/.

The Off-Campus Housing Office, a Student Government funded agency, serves as an information center, assisting students who seek off-campus housing. The office maintains a list of area houses, apartments, and private residence halls. The information available includes rental cost, deposit, distance from campus, lease terms, and amenities.

FSU Panama City On-Campus Student Housing

Seminole Landing Residence Hall is a public/private partnership between FSU Panama City, Zimmer Development, and Asset Living Management providing affordable rates for on-campus luxury student apartments.

The FSU Panama City Office of the Dean and Asset Living Management are responsible for all on-campus housing facilities. The Asset Living Management office provides living accommodations for full-time, degree seeking, fee-paying students. All assignments are made without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, or national origin. Some rooms and apartments are adapted for residents who have physical disabilities.

Apartment Type Students per Bedroom
1 bedroom / 1 bath 1
2 bedroom / 1 bath 2
2 bedroom / 2 bath 2
4 bedroom / 2 bath 4

For the security of the residents, entrances to residence hall apartments are locked at all times. Residents must use keys to enter, and visitors must be escorted by a resident at all times in the building.

Costs

For cost information, please contact the Seminole Landing Leasing Office at (850) 640-3031.

Seminole Landing

Semester rates include utilities, mail service, wired and wireless Internet, cable, in-room kitchens, and a refrigerator. Rental rates and payment due dates are provided on the Seminole Landing website at https://www.seminolelandingfsu.com/.

Note: All housing rental fees are established by Florida State University, Zimmer Development, and Asset Living and are subject to approval by the State Board of Education.

Contracts

Students may submit a contract for housing after notice of admission. The housing contract is available at https://www.seminolelandingfsu.com/.

As space is limited, interested students are urged to submit their contracts as quickly as possible. Assignments are made on a priority basis: 1) returning residents – based on the number of completed credit hours on file in the Office of the University Registrar and 2) all new residents – based on the date the contract is submitted. Although graduate student spaces are typically in the buildings listed above, an assignment could be made in a different building based on space available.

The terms and conditions of occupancy are for the contract period for the semester(s) for which the student contracts. All students who submit the Housing Contract and enroll in the University are rent obligated for the period of the contract. Academic year contracts include bother Fall and Spring semesters and are not eligible for cancellation except as stated in the contract terms and conditions.

Other Options

Students who are unable or choose not to live in University housing have several housing options. A considerable number of apartments and homes located near campus are available for rent through local real estate agencies and private owners.