Live and learn in the city 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. This process is completely confidential.