Florida A&M University (FAMU) Apartments and Housing (NO SPAM) 🏡

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Florida A&M University is a public university located in Tallahassee, Florida. It was established in 1887 as the fifth black institution to be chartered by the state of Florida. The school has a history of being an HBCU that focuses on a liberal arts curriculum with an emphasis on communication studies and business. Most students at this school do not live on campus but rather find off-campus housing close to campus. Students who want to study engineering, business administration or communication should consider attending this college because it has high rankings in these fields according to US News & World Report's top colleges rankings for 2020.


Florida A&M University (FAMU) is a four-year, historically black university in Tallahassee, Florida. It’s known for its music program and the marching band that performs at football games.


If you want to study business or engineering, FAMU is a good choice because of their high rankings in these subjects. Other popular majors include criminology and criminal justice and psychology.


The campus has several thousand students who live on campus in one of several dorms or apartments near the school. There are also many off-campus housing options nearby for students who prefer living with roommates or family members in private apartments instead of dorms at school.


The school offers a number of activities for students, including Greek life and more than 30 different clubs and organizations. There are also many sports teams at FAMU, including football and basketball.

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