Frequently Asked Questions

Student Apartments Near FSU

With individual housing contracts, residents are only ever responsible for their own portion of each monthly installment. That means if a roommate moves out early, the other residents won’t be responsible for making up the extra payment.

Each monthly installment payment includes: access to all of our premier on-site amenities; utilities (water, sewer, trash pickup), an extended cable package; high-speed Internet and Wi-Fi; as well as other benefits— get in touch with us today to learn more.

Residents can pay their monthly installments in one of two ways —Twelve installments with the first installment due on Aug. 1st and the rest due on the first day of each following month for the remainder of the contract or two semesterly installments due on Aug. 1st and Jan. 1st.

Residents can utilize our online resident portal or stop by our office with a personal check to pay their monthly installments.

As a condition of our housing contract we require all residents to carry liability insurance ($100,000) for damage to the landlord’s property during the term of their lease. If you have a policy of your own, you can provide proof of that policy prior to move in. If you do not have or provide proof of coverage, you will be automatically enrolled in the Landlord Liability Protection Program. The coverage provided by the Landlord Liability Protection Program meets the minimum requirements of the housing contract. The policy covers only your legal liability for damage to the landlord’s property (covered losses include fire, smoke, explosion, water damage, or backup or overflow of sewer, drain, or sump) up to $100,000. This policy is not personal liability insurance or renters insurance. The policy does not cover any of your personal belongings, additional living expenses, or liability arising out of bodily injury or property damage to any third party. If you are interested in these additional coverage(s), you should contact a licensed insurance agent or insurance company of your choice.

Residents can make all of their maintenance requests through our resident portal, or by calling or stopping by our front desk.

If a resident is unable to return to GrandMarc at Tallahassee and needs to break their housing contract, we require residents to re-let their room. Contact our office to learn more about the re-letting process.

Yes! Each of our apartments near FSU are fully furnished and include an extra-large full-sized bed, four-drawer dresser, desk and chair in each bedroom, a couch, armchair, coffee table, end table, TV stand, and TV in each living room, and energy-efficient appliances, a refrigerator with icemaker, barstools, and dishwasher in the kitchen. All units also include a washer and dryer.

There are on-site mailboxes for our apartments that packages and mail can be delivered to.

Residents should bring bedding for an extra-large full-sized bed, toiletries, dishes and other cookware, and decorations to make your new apartment feel like home.

GrandMarc at Tallahassee offers an array of events to help students make meet other like-minded peers and make connections during their time at our FSU student apartments. Enjoy pizza parties, karaoke nights, gaming tournaments, resume-building courses, and much more when you live at with us.

Are you looking for more control over how you are matched with roommates? Through the RoomSync app, residents are empowered to choose roommates and build a sense of community using lifestyle habits such as cleanliness levels, studying habits, sleep cycles, and more. RoomSync offers an experience that supports a diverse and inclusive matching community through gender-inclusive tools. Furthermore, the app recognizes the importance of living criteria like service and emotional support animals and factors this into the matching process.

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