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What residence halls are covered?

The University Dormitory Plan is designed to be used at approved standard double-occupancy dormitory rooms at State Universities in Florida; however, all university-held* housing options are eligible for payment from Florida Prepaid. Additionally, the University Dormitory Plan can be applied to dormitory rooms at some private or out-of-state** colleges.

Below is a list of residence halls (and/or types of residence hall) by State University that are currently approved. This list is subject to change without notice.

Florida A & M UniversityFAMU Towers North, FAMU Towers South, Palmetto Phase III, Palmetto South, Sampson Hall, Young Hall

Florida Atlantic UniversityAtlantic Park Towers, Glade Park Towers, Heritage Park Towers, Indian River Towers, Jupiter Campus – Residence Hall 1, Jupiter Campus – Residence Hall 2, Parliament Hall, University Village Apartments

Florida Gulf Coast University – North Lake Village

Florida International University – Lakeview Hall, Panther Hall, University Apartments

Florida Polytechnic University – Phase 1, Phase 2

Florida State UniversityAzalea, Broward, Bryan, Cawthon, DeGraff, Deviney, Dorman, Gilchrist, Jennie Murphree, Landis, Magnolia, McCollum, Reynolds, Rogers, Salley, Wildwood 

New College of Florida – Bates Hall, Michaelson Hall, Rothenberg Hall

University of Central FloridaBrevard Hall, Citrus Hall, Flagler Hall, Hercules Community (Buildings: 108/109/110), Lake Hall, Nike Community (Buildings: 101/102/103), Orange Hall, Osceola Hall, Polk Hall, Seminole Hall, Sumter Hall, Volusia Hall

University of Florida Broward Hall, Buckman Hall, Cypress Hall, East Hall, Fletcher Hall, Graham Hall, Hume Hall, Honors Village, Infinity Hall, Jennings Hall, Mallory Hall, Murphree Hall, North Hall, Rawlings Hall, Reid Hall, Riker Hall, Simpson Hall, Sledd Hall, Springs Complex, Thomas Hall, Tolbert Hall, Trusler Hall, Weaver Hall, Yulee Hall

University of North FloridaOsprey Cove, Osprey Crossings, Osprey Fountains, Osprey Hall, Osprey Landing, Osprey Village

University of South FloridaBeacon Hall, Beta Hall, Castor Hall, Cypress Hall, Endeavor Hall, Horizon Hall, House 5, House 10, House 12, Juniper Hall, Kosove Apartments, Magnolia Apartments, Maple Hall, Pinnacle Hall, Poplar Hall, Summit Hall

University of South Florida St. PetersburgIbis Hall, Pelican Apartments, Osprey Suites

University of West FloridaArgo Hall, Heritage Hall, Martin Hall, Pace Hall, Presidents Hall

For more information, contact the housing office at the selected university.

*Non-approved university-held housing – In addition to the approved dormitories listed above, the University Dormitory Plan may be used for any university-held housing. If the non-approved housing cost is greater than that of the approved standard double-occupancy dormitory room, the student is responsible for the additional cost.

**Private and Out-of-State College Housing – Students attending a private or out-of-state college can use their Prepaid dormitory plan benefits. The amount covered by the plan may be applied to dormitory housing costs nationwide. The student is responsible for housing costs that exceed the current average rate payable to a State University in Florida.

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