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Saint Louis University —Madrid Campus can help students find the best housing option that will allow them to live and learn in the city of Madrid.

Plaza Mayor in the center of Madrid

Though SLU-Madrid does not have a housing requirement for first-year students, we do recommend that you live with a host family or in a nearby residence hall. Living with your fellow first-year Billikens helps build community and can help ease the adjustment to living in a new place.

Discover Housing Options for First-Year Students

Transfer students and students who are studying abroad also do not have a housing requirement.

Some study abroad students' home institutions have housing requirements. Please confirm your housing option with your study abroad advisor before you apply for a host family or arrange other accommodations.

Discover Housing Options for Transfer and Study Abroad Students

Housing Accommodations for Students who are Transgender, Gender Nonconforming and Gender-Diverse 

SLU-Madrid staff are committed to respecting and honoring the dignity of all people, and will work to find every student a housing option that aligns with their needs. If you are a student who identifies as transgender, gender nonconforming or gender-diverse, and you would like to discuss housing options, please contact our housing coordinator at This process is completely confidential.