Living in Tallahassee

The campus of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University sits atop one of the highest of seven hills in Tallahassee, Florida.

While at FAMU, students and faculty should take advantage of the area’s benefits — and the view. Here’s what Florida’s state capital has to offer.

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Get to Know FAMU

Students are thrilled with their decision to attend college in Tallahassee.

"I love my HBCU" - Jane Rattler 
"FAMU has helped me bocome the person I am today!" - Joe Rattler
"I love being a part of the FAMUly" - John Rattler 

 

 

Talking Tallahassee

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As a center for government services and institutions of higher education, Tallahassee benefits from high job growth, and our Career and Professional Development Center will help connect you with openings in your field. (link page for Career center)

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Tallahassee is in the Florida panhandle, which means great conditions for outdoor activities all year. And the beach and wildlife refuges are one hour away.

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When you’re not watching the FAMU Rattlers, or hanging out on the set, take in one of the local art exhibits or concerts.

Talk to Our Students

Consider visiting the FAMU campus and asking our students what they think of Tallahassee.

Plan a Campus Visit!