Apartments Near FSU College of Medicine

FSU College of Medicine

No matter your specialty, GPA or aptitude for memorizing medical terminology, studying to become a physician at Florida State University's College of Medicine program is sure to be an exciting adventure full of life-changing milestones and unique challenges. With your mind focused on career defining moments like the MCAT's and clinical rotations, the last thing you need to worry about is finding an apartment near FSU's College of Medicine. Luckily Tallahassee is home to a wide-variety of student-friendly apartments that are guaranteed to match your specific needs and lifestyle.

Amenities for Medical Students

Geared to accommodate the busy student lifestyle, apartments near FSU's Med School offer a variety of amenities and features to make life easier and more enjoyable. Relax poolside while you review notes, shoot some hoops at the basketball court or take a walk with your pup at the dog park. If you need to take a break from studying, head to the clubhouse for fun resident activities like movie night, bingo, food giveaways and costume contests.

With the rising cost of tuition, it can be difficult to save money for the future. One way to save is by cutting out unnecessary expenses; take advantage of convenient community amenities like on-site fitness centers, in-unit washers and dryers, and complimentary car and pet wash stations. Life is made even easier with all-inclusive options that bundle your rent and utilities into one monthly bill. With an all-inclusive apartment you won't have to dish out the dough for utility set-up fees or worry about expensive overages that you didn't budget for. Don't feel like hauling furniture or emptying your wallet for a decent bedroom set? Several apartments near Florida State University offer modern furniture packages that'll transform your apartment into the cozy home you've always dreamed of.

With an apartment near the Seminole Express, you can quickly get to school for class or to the hospital for rounds. Students ride for free with valid student ID, so hop aboard and enjoy the ride. If you're looking to journey away from campus, students receive complimentary access to Tallahassee's StarMetro city bus as well.

Sharing Your Space

Splitting your Tallahassee apartment with a friend or fellow student can significantly reduce costs, allowing you to put money away for student loans, that fancy stethoscope you've had your eye on or textbooks for next semester. Living with roommates is also a great way to meet new people. Many apartments near Florida State University's College of Medicine offer roommate matching services that pair students with similar lifestyles, interests and personalities. With an individual lease (by the bed) you can enjoy a cheaper cost of living without any of the liability.  

Med school students are notoriously short on time, which is where having a roommate can really come in handy. Create a schedule to rotate cooking and cleaning responsibilities so you can spend more time focusing on your studies. Additionally, if your furry pal lives with you your roommates may be able to help care for your pet if you get tied down at school – getting you off the hook with Spot for missing his afternoon walk.

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