Housing Options

Our community consists of eight on-campus residence halls. Learn more about each one and find out which one works best for you.

Living spaces are not one size fits all. You can choose the peace and quiet of a single room, a traditional dorm or an apartment with or without roommates.

 

Suites & Apartments 

These halls offer a diverse and dynamic community to students and encourages a building community on each floor. 

FAMU Towers North and South
Co-Ed

Our newest building on campus provides students with "Hotel-Style" living. Offers 13 Living and Learning Communities, allowing students to live with someone who they share the same interests and academic majors with. Closest to our newest eatery "the rattler hub".

Palmetto Street South Apartments
Co-Ed

In these apartment-style residences, choose between living in a single or double room while enjoying amenities like a kitchen, courtyard and plenty of parking.

Palmetto Street Phase III Apartments
Co-Ed

In these apartment-style residences, choose between living in a single or double room while enjoying amenities like a kitchen, courtyard and plenty of parking.

Traditional 

These halls offer a traditional student-centered college experience.

Sampson Hall
Male

Near the library, this traditional-style residence hall offers single and double accommodations for a close-knit community of male residents. It sits directly beside its twin dorm Young Hall

Young Hall
Female

Near the library, this traditional-style residence hall offers single and double accommodations for a close-knit community of female residents. It sits directly beside its twin dorm Sampson Hall

Polkinghorne Village East & West
Co-Ed

Home to a diverse array of student programming, from 10 living learning communities to Battle of the Floors, you are always encouraged to engage with your fellow residents and build a community. Single rooms are available. 

Get Familar With Housing

 

Living Learning Communities
Uniquely-Designed 

Living-Learning Communities (LLCs) provide a holistic and diverse style to student growth and education.  Our residents live in housing facilities which support these ideals through academic partnerships, service-learning opportunities and in-hall education.

Residental Handbook
Live, Learn, Engage

University Housing is not just a place to live. It is an educational environment in which we are dedicated to helping you learn outside of the classroom and preparing you for life beyond college.

How To Apply For Housing?
Make that Move!

Once you have figured out where you’d like to live, fill out our Housing Application. Keep in mind that if you apply online, you’ll choose your own residence hall, and if you decide to fill out a paper application, you can rank your top three housing choices.

Move-In is a FAMULY affair!
Move-In is a FAMULY affair!

Contact Us

   
Office of University Housing E: famuhousing@famu.edu
1735 Wahnish Way Suite 305
P: 1-(850) 599-3651 | 
Tallahassee, FL. 32307 F: 850.561.2620