Housing and Dining
The possibilities are limitless and convenient. Among the 20 largest metropolitan areas in the United States, St. Louis ranks second in the most-affordable housing market. Our city has gracious neighborhoods and safe housing options.
Washington University owns and operates several apartment complexes specifically for graduate students. Most graduate students live in one of the many privately-owned apartments located within a 10-block radius of the school. Both furnished and unfurnished rooms, apartments, and houses are available. We recommend you consult with Apartment Referral Service (ARS), a resource for University students, faculty and staff looking for apartments, duplexes, condos or houses. Several months in advance of the new academic year, you should contact:
Apartment Referral Service Washington University in St. Louis
Campus Box 1049
7425 Forsyth Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63105-2103
On- and Off-Campus Safety
Whether you feel like grocery shopping, grabbing a bite to go, or dining in, Washington University offers a variety of on-campus menu options and dining facilities. Einstein Bros. Bagels in Simon Hall
You can enjoy a variety of features at Einstein Bros. Bagels, including signature coffee, pizza, bagels, salads, and sandwiches. Baked delights are also available. Einstein Bros. Bagels is conveniently located on the ground floor of Simon Hall. The Cafe (DUC)
Whether you’re craving a cup of Kaldi’s coffee or freshly baked muffin in the morning or a Thai, Mexican, or all-American cuisine in the afternoon, The Cafe is conveniently located on campus on the first floor of the Danforth University Center.
For more information on other dining options and facilities located on campus, visit http://diningservices.wustl.edu/
Craving the spice of life? St. Louis is well known for its award-winning restaurants, which include a plethora of authentic cuisines, such as Asian, Indian, Lebanese, Mexican, American, and more. And the campus is only minutes away from the most popular dining spots, including the Delmar Loop and the Central West End.
For more information on St. Louis, visit About St. Louis