Saint Louis University offers lots of ways to live on campus for students of all ages, including nine residence halls and four apartment complexes.
Though each is unique, all of SLU’s campus housing is part of a residential community that creates and promotes service, social engagement, personal responsibility and acceptance for others who are different from you.
Leadership and Employment
First-year students can join a learning community and connect with people who have similar academic, social and service interests. Or take on a leadership role in the Residence Hall Association or your hall council. You can even work at SLU’s residence halls as an resident adviser, desk worker or in other positions.
Codes of Conduct
Floor or area community standards are developed within the first few weeks of the fall semester and are distributed by resident advisers. You are responsible for knowing and adhering to these standards, as well as those below.
Remember, you are responsible for your room or living unit. Regardless of your presence, you will be held accountable for all activities that occur there. If you are aware of, or in the presence of, a violation of University policy, and remain in the presence of, or fail to take reasonable actions to stop the violation, you are giving your implied consent to this violation and could be held responsible.
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