Salley Hall

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Salley Hall isn’t one of the newly renovated dorms with the updated amenities that students flock to.

Regardless, students at Florida State University still love Salley Hall for its community and people. It is known as one of the more social dormitories at FSU, so if you like being around amicable people and hanging out, then this might be a great place to live for you.

The warm weather can really bring out the worst in this dorm, as the older, moldy walls and ceilings can start to smell. The rooms aren’t the biggest on campus either, although their closets do provide ample space for your belongings.

Despite these shortcomings, Salley Hall is still a memorable place to live for FSU freshmen of many years, as it has to do with the people there. Even though it does sound like a really social atmosphere, you can still work hard on your GPA at one of Salley Hall’s many study halls.

Did you do Salley?  No, no – get your mind out of the gutter.  I meant, did you live at Salley Hall?  If yes, write a review below.  Potential FSU freshman would love to hear your unbiased review.

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Salley Hall FSU Dorm Details
Floors: 8
Number of Occupants: 570
Bathrooms: Suite-style
Meal Plan: Not required
Coed: Yes
Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
Room Types: Suites (doubles)
Special Features: Community kitchens, ice machine, laundry facilities, furniture you can move around your room, recreation room, self-regulated visitation, study rooms, TV lounge, vending machines.

Salley Hall FSU Address

Salley Hall
1106 W. Call Street
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4177


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  1. Melanie Matthews says:

    Hi, I don’t know if you can answer this question, but what would be the cheapest, nicest and closest dorm to the main area at F.S.U? I’m going to be a freshman at F.S.U. and I need to review my housing options just in case.
    I don’t mind if the room is small, if the dorm is coed, or if it gets a little noisy.

    Your help will be much appreciated, thank you!

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