Housing and Residential Life

Dedicated to Our Residents

We strive to create a community that provides a student-centered learning environment that supports our expectation of academic achievement and personal development.

Housing Contract: The priority deadline was April 1, extended until May 1, for the best chance of getting your preferred assignment. Applications are still accepted after that deadline, and staff will do their best to still accommodate preferences.

Housing Accommodations: Submit your housing accommodation requests, such as a medical need for a single or emotional support animal, as early as possible. After the first round of Housing Assignments go out in June, space accommodations cannot be guaranteed. More on housing accommodations.

Housing Assignments: Housing assignments will start to be announced on student鈥檚 Housing Portal the first week of June. Updates with new assignments or changes will be made on June 15, June 30, and then weekly until move-in.

Housing Contract: Priority deadline for submitting your Housing Contract and ADA space accommodations was March 10. Returning students who wish to live in Housing should submit a Housing contract as soon as possible, and email housing@webster.edu to discuss options.

Housing Accommodations: If there are accommodation requests, such as a medical need for a single or emotional support animal, students should also try to renew or confirm their accommodations as soon as possible. After the first round of Housing Assignments go out in June, space accommodations cannot be guaranteed.

Housing Assignments: Returner Room Self-Selection took place March 27-31. Students will be assigned on a rolling basis.

Residency Requirement

Living on campus gives added value to the college experience. National research shows that students who live on campus do better academically, are more engaged and have a smoother transition. Because of that, Webster has a two-year residency requirement. Even if a student is not required to live on campus, we encourage them to do so 鈥 and many do!

All freshmen enrolled at the St. Louis main campus are required to live on campus for their first two years at the University. Exceptions to this requirement are granted for freshmen living with their parents within a 35-mile radius of the main campus in Webster Groves.

Undergraduate international transfer students are required to live on campus for their first year enrolled in classes at the main campus.

Additionally, all Study Abroad students (undergraduate and graduate) who study abroad at any of the St. Louis Metro campuses are required to reside in on-campus housing for the duration of their Study Abroad experience. All site transfer students are required to reside on campus for their first year enrolled at the Webster Groves campus.

Office of Housing and Residential Life

More Housing Information

Contact us at:

240 Edgar Road
St. Louis, MO 63119
Phone: 314-246-HOME (4663) | Fax: 314-246-4664 | housing@webster.edu

On Campus Student Services

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On-Campus Dining

四虎影视 has several on-campus dining location options that are part of the meal plan (required for students living in residence halls). Additionally, students can purchase Gorlok Bucks that can be used both on and off campus.

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Students who live on campus have easy access to the University Library for research or to meet with study groups.

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Career Planning and Development Center

Living on campus means convenient access to the Career Services Offices for help planning for post-graduation success.

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Reeg Academic Resource Center

The Center provides academic resources, support, advocacy and access through relationships that empower students.

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Student Counseling and Life Development

The Student Counseling and Life Development staff are available to help with personal issues that may interfere with your success.

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Student Health Services

Nearby Student Health Services, a nurse-directed clinic staffed by a registered nurse (RN), is also open on weekdays for minor illness and injuries, and assistance with physician referral as needed.

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Office of First-Year Experience and Family Programs

First-year student success is supported through resources, services and programs, including Orientation, Webster 101, Learning Communities and Peer Mentors.

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There are lots of ways to get involved outside the classroom!

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Check out our Student Life page and find out what鈥檚 going on in and around campus. Join a club; attend an event; see a film; play a sport or show up for a game; meet fellow students with similar interests.

Getting involved on campus can help forge lifelong friendships, create unique experiences and even help build a strong resume. And every Webster campus is a unique reflection of the local community and culture.

News, Social and Events

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