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Student Housing St. Louis

It's simple to reserve student housing St. Louis with Casita. St. Louis is one of the most sought-after destinations for students in the USA, so start your search for student accommodation there as soon as possible. With our housing experts at your disposal, finding your ideal student studio or en-suite accommodation will be a breeze. Whether you are looking for single rooms, shared rooms, en-suite rooms, apartments, penthouses, quadruplets, or something else, one of our many St. Louis accommodation options can meet your needs. To quickly secure a student room with Casita, get in touch with our bilingual, 24-hour staff.

About St. Louis

Saint Louis is the second-biggest city in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is located along the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. It became a city in the year 1764. St. Louis, with its fiercely independent frontier-town origins and layers of Midwest modesty, is a thriving metropolis in the American Midwest. The city offers a wide range of sights, exhibits, and cuisines at reasonable prices and in a welcoming, multicultural environment. The city is teeming with free, top-notch sites and has an unrivalled arts and culture scene. As a "Gamma" global city, Saint Louis is frequently called the "Gateway to the West." It has both a diverse culture and economy. The city is considered one of the most enjoyable places to live, particularly for young professionals and international students.

Suburbs in St. Louis

St. Louis has a number of suburbs and neighbourhoods that students can call home during their stay in the city. As a student, you can book student housing St. Louis in various areas that differ in traffic, transportation, amenities, and location with respect to your university of choice. The best suburbs in St. Louis include Central West End, Forest Park, and Lafayette Square.

Central West End

The Central West End is an ideal neighbourhood for young professionals. It's in a prime spot close to St. Louis University. The posh Central West End is renowned for its multipurpose buildings, vibrant personality, and live music. This St. Louis area is renowned for being very walkable and has everything from bookstores to art galleries.

Forest Park

Living in Forest Park has many alluring features. Numerous museums, outdoor concert venues, and places to view art are located in the neighbourhood. The 75-foot Cascades waterfall is a well-liked location for picnics among those who enjoy the outdoors. For those who enjoy sports, the vicinity of Forest Park offers tennis, sailing, and handball.

Lafayette Square

Even though it's a tiny neighbourhood, this area is home to some of the city's most famous and interesting landmarks. Saint Louis' oldest historic area, Lafayette Square, is renowned for its appeal. The community comes together for free summer concerts, neighbourhood events, and historic house tours throughout the year. A three-block drive to downtown or a leisurely stroll through the specialised stores is another option for locals. The upscale district has 30 acres of green space, an urban setting, and posh eateries and bars.

Cost of Living in St. Louis

Saint Louis has a 13% lower cost of living than the US average and a 4% lower cost than the state standard. Rent is approximately $956 per month, which is 26% less expensive than the US average, and utilities are roughly 5% less expensive than the national average, coming in at about $181.36 per month. All these factors make St. Louis an affordable place to live for international students.

Transportation in St. Louis

You can use plenty of transportation options to get around Saint Louis. These options include the bus, the subway, and taxicabs. The Bi-State Development Agency provides the bus service via MetroBus. It operates 75 routes across the city and the entire region. It costs $1.00 per single ride. The subway service is provided by MetroLink, which has 37 stations across the city and the whole area. It has a two-track light rail system, the Red Line and the Blue Line, which serve all inner-city stations. Riding the subway would cost you around $2.50 per single ride. Private taxicab services are provided by companies that include Chesterfield Taxi and Car Service, St. Louis Premium Airport Taxi, and St. Louis County and Yellow Taxi. The city is easily accessible via St. Louis Lambert International Airport and Amtrak's inter-city rail passenger train service. 

Life in St. Louis

Saint Louis is one of the best cities to live in the United States. It has charming architecture and a welcoming community. It is regarded as a cultural centre and has a long history. Although it is a big city, it has a small-town feel. It is a viable option for international students on a tight budget because its cost of living is 19% lower than the national average. Additionally, it has a strong higher education system that offers excellent teaching.

St. Louis Attractions

There is much to see and do in St. Louis' notable tourist destinations and monuments, and attractions range from parks and open areas to museums and art galleries. You can find a lot of things that can pique your interest in St. Louis! Additionally, St. Louis offers a variety of free activities for students.

The National Blues Museum

The National Blues Museum is the only tourist destination devoted to preserving and honouring the heritage and history of blues music and its influence on cultures worldwide. The museum maintains blues culture for upcoming artists, fans, and historians through artefact-driven exhibits, live concerts, and interactive galleries.

The Gateway Arch

The Gateway Arch, the tallest arch in the globe and the tallest man-made structure in the country, turned 58 in 2023. The Arch, designed by renowned architect Eero Saarinen, is iconic and breathtaking. It honours Thomas Jefferson's idea and St. Louis' contribution to American westward growth. It is definitely a must-visit!

Saint Louis Art Museum

The Saint Louis Art Gallery opened its doors in 1879. The museum is housed in one of the city's most impressive structures and is situated in the lovely, historic Forest Park. It has an exceptional collection of original artworks and artefacts spanning five millennia and six countries. The museum provides rotating exhibitions and installations in addition to the featured ones.

Universities in St. Louis

As a city with a significant population of local and international students, St. Louis is home to many top-ranked universities and world-renowned institutions. Casita has options for student accommodation in St. Louis near the city’s universities; check some of them out below!

  1. University of Missouri

  • One student accommodation option in Saint Louis is nine minutes from the university.

  • UMSL-South train station is a four-minute walking distance from the university. Natural Bridge @ University EB bus station is a four-minute walk from the university, and Natural Bridge @ Normandy Middle School WB bus station is a two-minute walk.

  • Nearby places of interest: Saint Louis Zoo, Forest Park, and City Museum

  1. Washington University in St. Louis

  • One student accommodation option in Saint Louis is within a 14-minute car ride from the university.

  • University City-Big Bend train station is a one-minute walk from the university. Big Bend @ Snow Way NB bus station is a one-minute walk from the university, and Forsyth @ Wallace Circle WB bus station is a four-minute walk.

  • Nearby places of interest: The Gateway Arch, John F. Kennedy Memorial Forest, and Shaw Park.

Nearby Cities

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in St. Louis, Casita offers student accommodation in these other cities in the USA: Abilene, Alhambra, Ann Arbor, Astoria, Athens, Atlanta, Auburn, Austin, Baltimore, Baton Roug, Bellingham, Berkeley, Birmingham, Blacksburg, Bloomington, Boston, Boynton Beach, Brooklyn, California, Central, Champaign, Chapel Hill, Charleston, Charlotte, Charlottesville, Chicago, Clarksville, Clemson, College Park, College Station, Colorado Springs, Columbia, Conway, Denton, Denver, Detroit, East Palo Alto, El Sobrante, Fayetteville, Fort Collins,Fullerton, Gainesville, Greenville, Houston, Huntsville, Indianapolis, Kalamazoo, Kansas City, Kings County, Knoxville, Lafayette, Laramie, Las Vegas, Lincoln, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, Madison, Marina del Rey, Menlo Park, Mesquite, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Mountain View, Jacksonville, Jersey City, Jonesboro, Natchitoches, New Haven, New Orleans, New York, Norman, Oakland, Orlando, Overland Park, Oxford, Oxford - Ohio, Philadelphia, Pineville, Prairie Village, Providence, Queens County, Radford, Raleigh, Riverside, Rochester, Rock Hill, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, San Marcos, Santa Clara, Santa Monica, Springfield, St. Petersburg, State College, Statesboro, Stillwater, Storrs, Syracuse, Tallahassee, Tampa, Tempe, Tuscaloosa, Tyler, Waco, Washington, West Hollywood, West Lafayette, Wichita, Wichita Falls, Willington, Wilmington.

Frequently Asked Questions:

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When should I start looking for St. Louis student housing?

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Starting your search for student housing in St. Louis early is recommended. The earlier, the better. Also, Casita is there to help you with most of the steps: the room type, the amenities provided, the location, and the proximity to your university.


Are there short-term stays in St. Louis?

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Yes, but you should check the availability of your St. Louis student accommodation of choice during your desired period. You can also refer to a Casita accommodation expert to help you find accommodation that accepts short-term stays.


How much rent does a student pay for accommodation in St. Louis?

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The average monthly cost for student housing in St. Louis is around $956. This mainly depends on the room type, the provider, the location, and the amenities offered at the property.


How do I pay for my student room in St. Louis?

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Payments can be made via net banking or through your debit card. We also have our own payment portal at Casita, where we can assist you with the entire payment process!


Can I pay my St. Louis student housing rent in instalments?

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Yes, you can pay your rent in instalments. However, some providers may require you to have a U.S. guarantor. Refer back to your accommodation expert for further help on the matter.

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