Apartments Near FSU College of Law

FSU College of Law

If there's one thing we know for sure, it's that legal dramas like Suits and Law & Order don't accurately portray our legal system or the realities of attending law school. Everything looks easy on TV, but that's because they leave out things like late-night study sessions, mounting student loans and actual legal precedent. Though you're bound to face challenges throughout your college career, finding an apartment near FSU's College of Law shouldn't be one of them! Home to a large student demographic, Tallahassee has a wide-variety of student-friendly apartments geared to meet the needs of law students at FSU.

Amenities for FSU Law Students

One of the best parts of renting an apartment near Florida State University is the resort-style amenities at your disposal. As a law student, a quiet space to meet for study group or to review before presenting a case is especially important. Head to the business center, a hammock in the courtyard or your own private bedroom for distraction-free studying. While we're not denying how valuable quiet study time is, we know relaxation is equally important. When you need a break from your flash cards and LSAT prep books, head to the sparkling swimming pool for some well-deserved water fun. Need to release some bottled-up energy? Shoot some hoops at the basketball court, invite a few friends over for a round of pool in the game room, or take your furry friend for a walk at the community dog park.

Apartments near the FSU Law School also make getting to and from campus a breeze with complimentary transportation via the Seminole Express. Flash your student ID to the driver and hop aboard! If you have plans in town, students also ride free on the StarMetro city bus with valid FSU ID.

4 Budgeting Tips for Your New Apartment Near FSU's College of Law

  • Saving money while in college can be hard, especially when you're facing up to 7 years of academic expenses. Living with roommates can be a great way to cut down on costs, with the added bonus of meeting new people. Several apartments near Florida State University's College of Law offer roommate matching services to connect individuals with similar interests and lifestyles. With an individual lease you can share the rent and chores without sharing any of the liability.
  • Merge your utilities and your rent with an all-inclusive apartment. The benefits of combining your bills into one monthly payment are three-fold: you can avoid expensive set-up fees charged by utility companies when initiating services for electric, water and cable, your monthly bill will remain consistent preventing expensive overages, and it eliminates the stress of separate payment due dates.
  • Go green to save green. A ‘green' apartment with energy efficient appliances will add to the overall value of your apartment, as it will trim down your monthly utility bill while cutting down on waste.
  • Cancel your monthly membership to the gym, cash in your quarters for the laundromat and forget about your car's date with soap and suds at the car wash. With amenities like an in-unit washer and dryer, or an on-site car wash or fitness center, you can avoid unnecessary expenses and take care of business without even leaving home.
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