Junior and senior students at Saint Louis University can live in the Village Apartments, which offers one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom, air-conditioned, furnished apartments. Each unit has private bedrooms that share a living room, kitchen and laundry facilities.
With room for more than 480 students, the Village is spread out among eight buildings — Anderson, Brown, Chan, Donnelly, Eagleton, Fox-Clark, Gunn and Huh — on the west side of campus. Open spaces between buildings offer grills, hammocks and benches for studying or outside dining.
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About Village Apartments
|Address:||Various on West Pine Mall|
|Front Desk:||314-977-1560 (DeMattias Hall)|
|Amenities:||Central air conditioning, Wi-Fi and cable. Bike storage available. Residents have access to a community office in Donnelly Hall and a 24-hour desk service at DeMattias Hall, another residence hall located nearby.|
|Additional special features:||Units have either a balcony or patio.|
|Room types:||One-, two-, three- and four-bedroom floor plans. All residents have private bedrooms.|
|Bathrooms:||Private. Two-bedroom apartments share a single full bathroom; triple and four-bedroom apartments share two full bathrooms.|
|Dining:||Full kitchen in unit|
|Parking:||Rockhurst, Loyola, Seattle or Saint Joseph parking lots, the Laclede Garage|
|Population:||Single-gender apartments, mixed-gender buildings|
|Visiting Restrictions:||Students living in any University-managed residence halls or apartments may check in guests at the front desk between the hours of 7 a.m. and 2 a.m., Sunday through Thursday or 7 a.m. to 4 a.m., Friday and Saturday. Guests must be checked in and escorted by their host at all times.|
|Special Hours:||The Village Apartments stay open during Thanksgiving, winter and spring breaks.|
Floor Plans and 360° Views
What's in the Unit?
- Extra-long twin bed with 9" memory foam mattress
- Full kitchen
- Sofa and armchair
- End table
- TV stand
- Dining table and chairs
- Washer and dryer
What to Bring
The basics are already in the room but what you pack will help make it your own. Learn what to bring — and what to leave at home — in our guide to outfitting your space.