The McCollum Hall Campus Apartment is something a Florida State University student either loves or hates. There’s really no gray area in between.
McCollum Hall provides pretty much what a student looks for in off campus housing while still having the benefits of living on campus that would help you succeed as a student. You get a pretty good amount of living space here that you share. On top of that you get a balcony and pretty big common area for having a good number of people over. Also, storage problems you had in the smaller dorms are no longer an issue here as you have much bigger closet space and more rooms to store your stuff.
Despite that off campus feel at McCollum Hall, you won’t need to deal with a landlord and necessities like the library and cafeteria are just a short distance away. However, you still have to be careful and follow all the on campus rules and regulations.
You pretty much get the best of both worlds living in a McCollum Hall Campus Apartment. Still, a lot of people prefer to live in Tallahassee apartments near FSU.
What say you? On campus or off campus FSU apartments – which is the better choice? Leave your comments below.
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McCollum Hall Floor Plan (courtesy housing.FSU.edu):
McCollum Hall FSU Apartments
Number of Units: 199 students
meal plan: optional
Room Types: Single “Efficiencies”, two-bedroom apartments
Special Features: Air conditioning, ice machine, laundry facilities, dining rooms and full kitchen in each unit, living rooms, rec room, self-regulated visitation, TV lounge, vending machines.
McCollum Hall FSU Campus Apartment in Tallahassee FL