Average Rating 3.9 out of 5 15 Reviews »
Lifestyle average

Location / Convenience 4.8

Quiet Study Envoirment 4.5

Parties / Social Scene 3.1

Resident Atractiveness 3.3

RAs / House Staff 4.0

Room average

Room Size 4.0

Cleaniness 4.8

Parking 2.5

Bathrooms 4.0

Kitchens 3.8

15 Student Reviews

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Overall Rating 4.9 out of 5
Lifestyle

Location / Convenience 5

Quiet Study Envoirment 5

Parties / Social Scene 5

Resident Atractiveness 5

RAs / House Staff 5

Room

Room Size 5

Cleaniness 5

Parking 4

Bathrooms 5

Kitchens 5

Excellent!

Overall Rating 3.5 out of 5
Lifestyle

Location / Convenience 5

Quiet Study Envoirment 5

Parties / Social Scene 4

Resident Atractiveness 1

RAs / House Staff 4

Room

Room Size 2

Cleaniness 5

Parking 1

Bathrooms 4

Kitchens 4

Landis hall is a nice place to stay. Everyone is very friendly and it is a very quiet hall. You might get some weird roomates, but overall it is one of the nicer halls on campus.

Overall Rating 3.4 out of 5
Lifestyle

Location / Convenience 5

Quiet Study Envoirment 5

Parties / Social Scene 1

Resident Atractiveness 5

RAs / House Staff 4

Room

Room Size 3

Cleaniness 5

Parking 1

Bathrooms 3

Kitchens 2

Lived in Landis my freshman year. My biggest complaint about the hall is that almost everyone else in the hall (aside from the RAs) was a freshman as well. It's really not in-vogue to live on-campus in Tallahassee any longer than freshman year, so I really missed out on having some older people around me to show me the ropes. Parking on the whole FSU campus is a nightmare, most unfortunately, and isn't merely applicable to the Landis building; there are a few parallel-parking spots in the front of the building, but those get taken up very quickly. The room size is decent - just a typical dorm size, really. The whole building was recently redone on the inside, so it's spectacularly clean. It is the Honors dorm, and quiet/courtesy hours are upheld 24 hours a day/7 days a week, so don't expect for there to be a thriving party scene (outside of the typical handful of individuals that party on a regular basis, but they generally take their tomfoolery off-campus). It's a GREAT building to get study work done in, though, assuming that you have a good roommate. There is one kitchen per floor, and (while they're not decrepit or anything), it only consists of one four-eyed stove, an oven, a sink, and a microwave... which, for what I like to cook, doesn't really suffice.

Overall Rating 3.3 out of 5
Lifestyle

Location / Convenience 4

Quiet Study Envoirment 4

Parties / Social Scene 2

Resident Atractiveness 2

RAs / House Staff 3

Room

Room Size 4

Cleaniness 4

Parking 3

Bathrooms 4

Kitchens 3

Overall great experience.

Overall Rating 4.2 out of 5
Lifestyle

Location / Convenience 5

Quiet Study Envoirment 5

Parties / Social Scene 3

Resident Atractiveness 4

RAs / House Staff 5

Room

Room Size 3

Cleaniness 5

Parking 3

Bathrooms 5

Kitchens 4

I lived in Landis my freshman year and absolutely loved it! It was a little tiny but honestly while living there I never noticed it! It was only till I moved elsewhere that I compared my new space to my old space in Landis! The dorm was very study friendly, especially because it was the Honors Dorm on campus and my RA was extremely nice and helpful!

Overall Rating 4.3 out of 5
Lifestyle

Location / Convenience 5

Quiet Study Envoirment 5

Parties / Social Scene 3

Resident Atractiveness 3

RAs / House Staff 5

Room

Room Size 4

Cleaniness 5

Parking 3

Bathrooms 5

Kitchens 5

The honors kids live here so it's one of the best residence halls. The RA's are really cool.

Overall Rating 4.3 out of 5
Lifestyle

Location / Convenience 5

Quiet Study Envoirment 5

Parties / Social Scene 4

Resident Atractiveness 3

RAs / House Staff 4

Room

Room Size 5

Cleaniness 5

Parking 3

Bathrooms 5

Kitchens 4

Landis was a great place to live. It was convenient to everything and beautiful!

Overall Rating 2.7 out of 5
Lifestyle

Location / Convenience 5

Quiet Study Envoirment 2

Parties / Social Scene 1

Resident Atractiveness 2

RAs / House Staff 4

Room

Room Size 4

Cleaniness 4

Parking 1

Bathrooms 3

Kitchens 1

I lived in Gilchrist my first year and I am currently living in Landis for my second year and I personally prefer Gilchrist. Then again I am living in the basement of Landis so that could affect my opinion of Landis.

Overall Rating 3.8 out of 5
Lifestyle

Location / Convenience 4

Quiet Study Envoirment 4

Parties / Social Scene 3

Resident Atractiveness 4

RAs / House Staff 3

Room

Room Size 5

Cleaniness 5

Parking 3

Bathrooms 2

Kitchens 5

It was a good dorm, and was generally quiet and tame because of it being an honors dorm. The large complaint I have is that you could not lock the bathroom doors from the outside; this means suite mates in adjoining rooms had full access to your room at all times. Not a nice thing if you have bad suite mates.

Overall Rating 4.4 out of 5
Lifestyle

Location / Convenience 5

Quiet Study Envoirment 5

Parties / Social Scene 5

Resident Atractiveness 4

RAs / House Staff 3

Room

Room Size 5

Cleaniness 5

Parking 3

Bathrooms 4

Kitchens 5

Hotel Landis, as it was commonly referred to, is a gorgeous gothic structure right in the middle of campus that has a study room, kitchen, lounge area, trash room, and extra bathroom on each floor. The fifth floor has a gorgeous commons with enormous windows that give a beautiful view of campus and surrounding Tallahassee. I had a huge room and no suitemates so the bathroom was all to myself and my two room mates.

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