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No Internet? No TV? No water? NO ELECTRICITY? Paying for utilities on top of paying rent and tuition just sounds excessive when you're a student at Full Sail. Not to mention all that time you spend finding the best Internet option and setting up the various accounts for utilities and cable. Talk about too time consuming after spending all day on campus.
The great advantage about attending Full Sail is that you're not that far off from the UCF area that features a number of apartments that appeal to students. Communities near this area feature the opportunity of having utilities and/or Wi-Fi included in your rent. This is important in your search of the right apartment in the Full Sail area.
In your search for what apartments offer Wi-Fi or Internet accessibility included in your rent, be sure to check out the Full Sail apartments section of our website. There are featured communities you can look through that have all their amenities listed. Even though some of these complexes are closer to UCF, they are still available to Full Sail students.
You can also search the Orlando apartment guide on our website. Scroll down to “Cable & Utilities” and choose which options you'd like as far as utilities you're looking to have included in your rent. You may also want to check which area they're in to make sure your options aren't on the opposite side of town.
As a student of Full Sail, the importance of having electricity is crucial to all your endeavors. From turning on the lights to mixing tracks and editing video content to washing dishes and taking a shower, all that requires having utilities. And just because you're a student doesn't mean you have to be without it.
You can't be expected to live without the necessities of living on your own and you shouldn't be denied that while attending school. Having these basic needs satisfied while living in your new apartment are super important to making the best out of your college endeavors and overall experience.