Reynolds Hall is another great overall place for freshman Florida State University students.
Reynolds has a low-key environment that is nothing like the ruckus at DeGraff Hall, so you can get some high quality study hours in the Reynolds Hall study areas. It’s another great experience for those students at Florida State University who want a solid balance between meeting new people and setting aside time to get some serious work for classes done.
This hall does host its own socials as well as campus-wide joint socials, so you can still have a great time when you’re not studying.
The only downsides to Reynolds Hall involve the need to clean your and your suite mates’ own bathroom. Also a lack of convenient parking. Parking spots for Reynolds Hall resident students is near the library, which is generally packed due to its high-traffic location. The library buys at FSU? Really? Who knew, right?
To sum things up, Burt Reynolds Hall is a great living space for students who want to study in peace while having a social life as well.
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Reynolds Hall FSU Information
Home to Wellness Lifestyle Program and Pre-Health Professions Learning Community
Number of Occupants: 243
Meal Plan: Required
Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
Room Types: Singles, doubles, triples suites
Special Features: Community kitchens, ice machine, in-room sinks, laundry rooms, moveable furniture, recreation room, self-regulated visitation, study lounges, TV rooms, vending machines.Reynolds Hall Floor Plan (courtesy: housing.FSU.edu):
Reynolds Hall FSU Address
134 Convocation Way
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4177
Reynolds Hall FSU Dorm on Florida State University Campus in Tallahassee FL