- Residence Halls & Apartments
- Residence Hall Community
- Services and Amenities
- Safety & Emergency Preparedness
- DeMattias Hall
- Fusz Hall
- Griesedieck Complex
- Marguerite Hall
- Pruellage Hall
- Reinert Hall
- Flats at Three Seven Four
- Grand Forest Apartments
- Laclede Houses
- Marchetti Towers
- Village Apartments
- Robert May Hall (West Locust Lofts)
Saint Louis University, situated in mid-town St. Louis, offers an array of unique residential housing opportunities for student residents. The campus housing and residence life system offers 8 residence halls and 4 apartment complexes; and provides perhaps one of the most distinctive "out of classroom" educational experiences within the entire university.
Throughout the residence halls, students have the opportunity to become part of an academic learning community and/or first-year interest group. These opportunities allow students the chance to experience the cohesiveness and intimacy of a small cohort peer group, with similar academic, social, and service interest; while still remaining closely engaged to and enjoying the cultural and scholarly resources of a large university.
Living on campus does much to assist in fostering spirit, allegiance, and a sense of community at Saint Louis University; and the Department of Housing and Residence Life makes every effort to represent the diversity of the entire undergraduate community within every residential facility. In this sense each residential facility is a microcosm of the larger student population.
The residential housing system offers students a familiar, comfortable living environment, personal interaction with professional staff and administrators, and exciting opportunities for academic extracurricular exploration.
Address for Mail Services
The Busch Student Center Student Mail Services houses the central mail system for all students at Saint Louis University. Send all mail and packages to:
Busch Student Center
MSC # (student specific assigned box)
20 N Grand Blvd.
Saint Louis, MO 63103-2005
Students who are members of several Greek organizations recognized by Saint Louis University, 12 fraternities and 6 sororities.
Flats at 374
Composed of multiple room arrangements the Flats offer a modern 12-month apartment-style living for upperclass students.
Six floors, mainly single rooms, several double rooms and a few triple rooms, in a co-educational building.
Grand Forest Apartments
83 furnished 2-bedroom apartments, many with patios or balconies, housing close to 200 students.
The largest building on campus and primarily houses first-year and sophomore residents.
Single and double bedroom apartments with living rooms and full kitchens in each house.
Two apartment complexes on the east side of campus. There are over 260 apartments available to upperclassmen students.
This unique residential community offers semi-private bathrooms shared by two double occupancy rooms.
Consisting of mostly single rooms with community bathrooms, Pruellage Hall provides a unique blend of an academic and social atmosphere.
First-year and sophomore residents living in triple and quad occupancy rooms with private baths and air-conditioning.
Robert May Hall
Single, double, and triple bedroom apartments with 12-month contracts for graduate and professional students. Formerly the West Locust Lofts.
Single, double, triple, and quad occupancy furnished apartments designed with a living room, kitchen, and washer/dryer units.