Kellum Hall

kellum hall florida state university dormKellum Hall FSU Review

There are good things and bad things to be said about living at Kellum Hall.

Some of the bad things about the dorm really deal with the facilities themselves. This is one of the oldest buildings on campus, so in terms of how the place looks and your comfort, Kellum Hall doesn’t really score high.

However, for what this dormitory lacks in comfort and aesthetics, in more than makes up for in its community. Kellum Hall has one of the friendliest groups of students on campus, so if you are assigned to the dorm, you can pretty much consider yourself lucky. You’ll have a great experience living here, despite the living conditions. One student said that you pretty much have all your life to live in really nice living quarters, but only during your four years at Florida State University can you live with such a great community of people.

The decision is yours. You can either live in a recently renovated dorm or you can sacrifice your living conditions for the really awesome dorm community at Kellum Hall.

Have you lived at Kellum Hall?  Yes? Then leave a comment and a review below.

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Kellum Hall FSU Dorm Details
Floors: 10
Number of Occupants: 538
Bathrooms: Communal
Meal Plan: Optional
Coed: Yes
Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
Room Types: Doubles only
Special Features: Built-in furniture, community kitchens, ice machine, in-room sinks, laundry room, limited visitation, recreation room, study rooms, TV lounge, vending machines.

Kellum Hall Floor Plan (courtesy: housing.FSU.edu):

Kellum Hall FSU Floor Plan

Kellum Hall FSU Address

Kellum Hall
74 Chieftain Way
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4177

Kellum Hall FSU| Kellum Hall Florida State University Dorm

Comments

  1. I was a Boys State participant at the 2013 FL Boys State. I was on the 10th floor of Kellum hall and I never want to go back. My door never shut, the air conditioner leaked, the walls would sweat, I woke up with migraines from the mold, and it was cold in the rooms during the heat of summer. I don’t have anything really good to say about it and will consider this before ever thinking of going to school at FSU.

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