How to Book Your Fall ‘22 Move-In Appointment

July 15, 2022
How-to Book Your Fall ‘22 Move-In Appointment
Reserved Fall '22 residents are now able to schedule their Fall ‘22 Move-In appointment time via the Housing Portal.

Due to the overwhelming interest in attending FAMU and the desire of new and returning students to reside on campus we have reached our capacity. We sincerely apologize to all students who would like to live on campus. Financial aid can cover your off-campus housing. Freshmen who live off-campus will be allowed to register a vehicle.

Reserved Fall '22 residents are now able to schedule their Fall ‘22 Move-In appointment time via the Housing Portal. CLICK TO VIEW GUIDE

FAMU has developed a plan to assist enrolled first-time-in-college (FTIC) and transfer students who could not secure on-campus housing. Students under 18 and those with disabilities or who require ADA assistance will get priority. READ MORE:

We encourage you to seek alternative housing on the FAMU Off-Campus Housing Website. This site provides a variety of options for you to explore. Additionally, the Office of Student Activities will host an off-campus housing fair on July 27, 2022 at the Grand Ballroom on the Set, to further assist those looking for viable options. The Office of Student Activities can be reached at 850-599-3400.

Upperclassmen seeking to cancel to move off

Thank you for your interest in the taking part in the off-campus assistance program for Upper Classmen students who have reserved housing for Fall 2022. Please be advised that you will need to submit a cancellation request at Request for Housing Agreement Cancellation (

NOTE: You must have a current reserved space on campus for Fall 2022 to qualify for this program. Being on the waitlist does not qualify you for the program.

Be advised, students are responsible for locating and securing their own off-campus housing space and should contact financial aid to determine how this decision affects awards. Once you have decided to cancel, go to the cancellation form, and complete it. For “Question 10, Reason for Cancellation” type “OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.” After this is completed, you will be contacted within the coming days with information on receiving the proposed funds.

Scholarship Students

If you are a first time in college or a returning sophomore/second year university scholarship recipient, you are required to reside on campus and should have your accommodations secured as scholarship students had priority housing registration beginning December 2021. You may not cancel scholarship housing as you are not eligible for the off-campus subsidy. Canceling on campus housing will forfeit your scholarship eligibility. If you have additional questions, as a scholar, please contact Ms. Dedra O’Neal or Ms. Melony Washington via email. She can be reached at Once you cancel housing, we cannot reverse that process.

Links & Resources

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