Waco is a city in the state of Texas, U.S. It is located along the banks of the Brazos River. Its rich history goes back to the year 1824. Casita offers you luxurious student accommodation in Waco. Our accommodation options at Casita have state-of-the-art facilities and a variety of amenities and services. Also, they are very well located across the city and within a 44-minute car drive to Central Waco.
Why Book Student Accommodation in Waco
Waco is considered a college town. It has many different neighbourhoods which include Austin Avenue (also called Castle Heights), Brookview, North Waco, Kendrick, and East Riverside. It is culturally diverse and has a lot to offer. Casita offers you affordable and safe student accommodation in Waco near all the important spots in the city; universities, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
Universities in Waco
Casita offers Waco student accommodation within a short distance to the following universities:
One student accommodation option in Waco is within a 47-minute car drive from the university.
McGregor train station is a 29-minute car drive from the university. Dutton St and IH-35 bus station is a seven-minute walking distance from the university and Dutton and 5th St bus station is a five-minute walk.
Nearby places of interest: Mayborn Museum Complex, Carleen Bright Arboretum, and East Terrace Museum.
Texas State Technical College, Waco
One student accommodation option in Waco is within a seven-minute walking distance from the university.
McGregor train station is a 35-minute car drive from the university. S Campus Rd - TSTC bus station is a three-minute walking distance from the university and N Campus Rd - TSTC bus station is a seven-minute walk.
Nearby places of interest: Waco Suspension Bridge, Dr Pepper Museum & Free Enterprise Institute, and Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum.
Is Waco a nice place to live?
Waco is a small city with a big-city feel. It is considered one of the nicest cities to live in. Besides the great learning experience you get from being a student at its prominent higher-education institutions, you get to live a truly unique cultural experience as well. It has many outdoor spaces, museums, and libraries. All in all, it’s quite the choice for students.
Is Waco cheap to live in?
Waco is one of the most affordable cities in America. It has a cost of living that is 9% lower than the national average. Housing expenses are 18% lower than the national average and transportation is 3% lower than the national average. It is very affordable for students on a budget, and you get high-quality service at good prices.
Must-Visit Places in Waco
Waco has many great locations that you should check out. These spots include Waco Hippodrome Theatre, Armstrong Browning Library and Museum, Texas Sports Hall of Fame, Waco Downtown Farmer's Market, Branding the Brazos Sculpture, Midway Park RV Campground, U.S. Corps of Engineers, McCulloch House Museum, McLane Stadium, Branch Davidian Memorial Park, Valley Mills Vineyards, Waco Mammoth National Monument, and Cameron Park Zoo.
Transportation in Waco
You can easily navigate the city using the bus service provided by the Waco Transit System. It offers many routes across the city for a fixed fare of $1.50 per single ride. Waco is easily accessible via Waco Regional Airport (ACT), Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, and Amtrak’s train service.
Other Student Accommodations in the USA
Besides offering luxurious and affordable student accommodation in Waco, Casita also offers student accommodation options in the nearby cities which include:
Arlington, Austin, Houston, and San Antonio.