Gilchrist Hall FSU Review
Similar to Broward Hall, Gilchrist Hall is one of the ideal dorms to live in for students on Florida State University’s campus. It’s popular. Most likely due to the fairly recent renovations. Students, especially freshmen, go crazy trying to apply and gain access to live in Gilchrist Hall dorm.
Gilchrist Hall and its resident assistants are also known to provide a lot of amenities for their students. With its clean and welcoming environment, it’s pretty obvious why so many students who live in this dorm only say good things about their living experience here. Many reviews about Gilchrist Hall consist of former students saying how much they loved living there.
If you are a student who would much rather live in a wild dorm that is all about big social events on any night of the week, then you should look elsewhere, such as DeGraff Hall. Nevertheless, Gilchrist is one of the best overall dorms on FSU’s campus.
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Gilchrist Hall FSU Dorm Details
Number of Occupants: 229
Meal Plan: Required
Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
Room Types: Single, Double, and Triple Suites
Special Features: Community kitchens, ice machine, in-room sinks, laundry room, furniture you can move, rec room, self-regulated visitation, study lounges, TV lounge, vending machines.
Gilchrist Hall Floor Plan (courtesy: housing.FSU.edu):
Gilchrist Hall FSU Address
702 University Way
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4177
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