Housing Options

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

Additionally, all study abroad students (undergraduate and graduate) 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 main campus.

 

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Housing Options for First-Time Freshmen and Freshmen Transfer Students

West Hall was opened in Fall 2006, and it provides a modern, air-conditioned, on-campus housing option for students. West Hall is reserved for freshmen and includes shared two-bedroom, one-bath suites. This residence hall includes a laundry room, a pool table room, a classroom and a multipurpose room on the ground floor, along with social lounges, study lounges and kitchenettes on each floor.

Each resident in West Hall is provided with the following furniture:

  • Desk
  • Desk Carrel (limited availability)
  • Desk Chair
  • Extra-Long Twin-Size Bed
  • Dresser (Three-Drawer)
  • Closet

Location Dimensions
Bedroom 13'6" X 10'10"
Hallway 9'0" X 3'9"
Closet 8' X 4' X 2'
Bedroom Window 6'6" X 3'6"

west double floor plan

Maria Hall underwent a $4 million renovation in 2008, and it provides a modern, air-conditioned, on-campus housing option for students. Maria Hall is a traditional residence hall that features suite-style rooms, common area lounges, kitchenettes and laundry facilities. The residence hall is linked to Webster Hall, providing easy access to many classrooms. In addition, student dining is available at Marletto's Marketplace, located on the first floor of Maria Hall.

  • Desk
  • Desk Carrel (limited availability)
  • Desk Chair
  • Extra-Long Twin-Size Bed
  • Dresser (Three-Drawer)
  • Wardrobe
Location Dimensions
Bedroom 14'7" X 11'8"
Hallway 5'6" X 6'0"
Bedroom Window 4'3.5" X 3'2"

maria hall floor plan

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Maria Hall

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Housing Options for Upperclass Transfer Students; Returning Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors and Graduate Students

East Hall was opened in Fall 2006, and it provides a modern, air-conditioned, on-campus housing option for students. East Hall is primarily reserved for sophomores and upperclassmen, and includes shared three-bedroom, two-bath suites and private four-bedroom, two-bath suites. On occasion, the first floor of East Hall will be used to house freshmen students. East Hall includes a laundry room on the ground floor, along with social lounges, study lounges and kitchenettes on each floor.

Each resident in East Hall is provided with the following furniture:

  • Desk
  • Desk Carrel (limited availability)
  • Desk Chair
  • Extra-Long Twin-Size Bed
  • Dresser (Three-Drawer)
  • Wardrobe

Select Room Type

Location Dimensions
Bedroom 16'10" X 11'10"
Hallway 32'0" X 4'0"
Closet 5'7" X 1'9" X 1'5"
Bedroom Window 5'2" X 3'6"

east hall floor plan

Location Dimensions
Bedroom 16'10" X 11'10"
Hallway 32'0" X 4'0"
Closet 5'7" X 1'9" X 1'5"
Bedroom Window 5'2" X 3'6"

east triple floor plan

Location Dimensions
Bedroom 9' X 9.75'
Hallway 32'0" X 4'0"
Closet 5'7" X 1'9" X 1'5"
Bedroom Window 5'2" X 3'6"

East Single floor plan

The Webster Village Apartments (WVA) house approximately 280 residents in modern two-bedroom, four-bedroom, and shared efficiency-style apartments. The complex is comprised of six buildings with adjacent parking for WVA residents.

In addition, the Webster Village Apartments clubhouse features a multipurpose room/television lounge, and swimming pool that is open only during the summer months. Free laundry facilities are located on site for WVA residents only.

All apartments are fully furnished and include a full kitchen. In the WVA 2-bedroom apartments, residents have their own private bedroom and private bathroom. The WVA bedroom apartment offers students a private bedroom and two shared bathrooms. The Shared Efficiency is an open space with 1 bathroom that the residents share. Amenities and flooring may vary in each apartment.

Webster Village Apartment: 2 Bedroom (Private Room and Private Bathroom)

Webster Village Apartment: 4 Bedroom (Private Room and 2 Shared Bathrooms)

 

Select Room Type (Configurations may vary*)

Location 2-Bedroom
Kitchen 7.25' X 12'
Bedroom 9' X 9.75'
Living Room 12' X 15.5'
Bathroom 4.75' X 9'
Closet 2.25' X 4.25'
Bedroom Window 35" X 59"

wva 2 bedroom floor plan

WVA Shared Efficiency

Location Efficiency
Kitchen 8' X 9.5'
Bedroom 13' X 21'
Living Room (Joined w/ Bedroom)
Bathroom 6.5' X 6.5'
Closet 2' X 5.5'
Bedroom Window N/A

WVA Shared Efficiency Floor Plan

WVA 4 Bedroom

Location 4-Bedroom
Kitchen 7.25' X 10.75'
Bedroom 9.5' X 10'
Living Room 12' X 15.5'
Bathroom 5.5' X 8'
Closet 2.5' X 5'
Bedroom Window 35" X 59"

WVA Bedroom floor plan

The Glen Park Apartments house approximately 85 residents in shared one- and two-bedroom apartments. Located just 0.4 miles from campus, the Glen Park Apartments are a great option for students looking to be a bit further from campus, but still want the convenience offered with on-campus housing.

All apartments are fully furnished and include a full kitchen. Most units are a shared bedroom with another student, but some private bedrooms are available. Residents share a bathroom with the other student(s) in the apartment. All utilities are included with the apartments. The complex has an adjacent parking lot along with on-site coin laundry.

glen park floor plan

Unfortunately, we are not able to provide a visual layout of our two-bedroom apartments. However, if students have questions about a two-bedroom Glen Park Apartment, they can contact the Housing and Residential Life Office by phone or email.
Phone: 314-246-4663
Email: housing@webster.edu

The Big Bend Apartments house approximately 45 residents in shared one- and two-bedroom apartments. Located just 0.8 miles from campus, the Big Bend Apartments are a great option for students looking to be a bit further from campus, but still want the convenience offered with on-campus housing. The complex is comprised of three buildings.

All apartments are fully furnished and include a full kitchen. Most units are a shared bedroom with another student, but some private bedrooms are available. Residents share a bathroom with the other student(s) in the apartment. All utilities are included with the apartments. The complex has an adjacent parking lot along with on-site coin laundry. Below are the three options students can choose from.

big bend apartments floor plan

big bend floor plan

big bend floor plan

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On-Campus Housing Rates

Building Room Type Cost Per Semester Per Person
East Hall* Single $3,600
East Hall* Double $3,190
East Hall* Triple (Limited Availability) $2,350
Maria Hall* Double $3,060
West Hall* Double $3,060
Webster Village Apartments 2 Bedroom - private bedroom, private bathroom $4,750
Webster Village Apartments 4 Bedroom - private bedroom, shared bathroom $4,000
Webster Village Apartments Efficiency - Single Occupancy (1 resident) (Limited) $6,000
Webster Village Apartments Efficiency - Double Occupancy (2 residents) $4,000
Big Bend & Glen Park 1 Bedroom (Double) - 1 BR apartment with 2 residents $3,250
Big Bend & Glen Park 1 Bedroom (Single) (Limited) - private 1 BR apartment $6,500
Big Bend & Glen Park 2 Bedroom (Double) (Limited) - 2 BR apartment with 2 residents $3,900
Big Bend & Glen Park 2 Bedroom (Single) (Limited) - private 2 BR apartment $7,800

Housing Activity Fee:
Each resident is charged a $75 housing activity fee each semester, which supports educational, cultural and social programming efforts.

*Meal Plan:
All residents living in the residence halls (East Hall, West Hall and Maria Hall) and all first-year students living on campus must purchase a meal plan for the entire year they reside on campus. For more information, see Meal Plan Information.

Building Room Type Cost Per Semester Per Person
East Hall* Single $3,600
East Hall* Double $3,190
East Hall* Triple (Availability Varies) $2,350
Maria Hall* Double $3,060
West Hall* Double $3,060
Webster Village Apartments 2 Bedroom $4,615
Webster Village Apartments 4 Bedroom $3,880
Webster Village Apartments Efficiency-Single Occupancy $5,930
Webster Village Apartments Efficiency-Double Occupancy $3,880
Big Bend & Glen Park 1 Bedroom (Single) (Limited) $6,500
Big Bend & Glen Park 1 Bedroom (Double) $3,250
Big Bend & Glen Park 2 Bedroom (Single) (Limited) $7,800
Big Bend & Glen Park 2 Bedroom (Double) (Limited) $3,900

Housing Activity Fee:
Each resident is charged a $60 housing activity fee each semester, which supports educational, cultural and social programming efforts.

*Meal Plan:
All residents living in the residence halls (East Hall, West Hall and Maria Hall) and all first-year students living on campus must purchase a meal plan for the entire year they reside on campus. For more information, see Meal Plan Information.

Eligibility for Summer Housing:
All active Webster students are eligible for summer housing. In order to be eligible for summer housing, students must have been actively enrolled in the prior spring semester, upcoming fall semester, or the summer term which coincides with the student's summer housing request. May graduates who are not seeking additional enrollment/degrees are non-eligible. Fall freshman students are not eligible for summer housing, as these students are not yet considered to be actively enrolled. Summer site transfer or study abroad students are required to live on-campus per the residency requirement. Spaces for summer housing are limited, so be sure to apply by the May 1st deadline!

WVA Full Summer Term (May 30 - July 29, 2022)
2 bedroom apartment - $1,800 per person
4 bedroom apartment - $1,550 per person
Shared efficiency apartment - $1,550 per person
Single efficiency apartment - $2,150 per person (limited)

Glen Park/Big Bend Summer Term (May 30 - July 29, 2022)
Available to those with Spring 2022 or Fall 2022 placements in Glen Park & Big Bend - who are eligible to live on-campus.
2 bedroom apartment (Double) - $1,800 per person
2 bedroom apartment (Single, Limited) - $3,600
1 bedroom apartment (Double) - $1,500 per person
1 bedroom apartment (Single, Limited) - $3,000

If you would like to stay in housing outside of the summer term (May 30 - July 29, 2022) or transition from the spring and/or to the fall, you will need to sign up for bridge housing. See the info below for rates. Note that all bridge costs are in addition to the flat rate charged for the summer term.

Bridge 1 Housing: Transition Period from Spring 2022 to Summer 2022: $375 per person (must have a housing contract for Spring 2022 and Summer 2022 to use this option). This option covers the period of May 14 - May 29, which is not included in the Spring 2022 or Summer 2022 housing contracts.

Bridge 2 Housing: Transition Period from Summer 2022 to Fall 2022: $425 per person (must have a housing contract for Summer 2022 and Fall 2022 to use this option). This option covers the period of July 29 - Housing Opening [Late August]), which is not included in the Summer 2022 or Fall 2022 housing contracts.

WVA *Short Term Summer Rates for Non-Webster Affiliated Interns - 2022
WVA Nightly Space $60 per person per night

Weekly rate (two-bed) $290 per person per week
Weekly rate (four-bed/shared efficiency) $260 per person per week
Weekly rate (single efficiency) $320 per week

Monthly rate (two-bed) $960 per person per month
Monthly rate (four-bed/shared efficiency) $830 per person per month
Monthly rate (single efficiency) $1,160 per month

* Individuals interested in pursuing this option should contact Kole Myrick, Community Director for Apartments at housing@webster.edu, to discuss the usage restrictions/requirements and contracting process for Intern stays.

Meal Plan Description Cost Per Semester
Plan A: All-Access (100 points) Plan Unlimited block meals to spend at on-campus dining locations; 100 declining-balance meal points per semester. Lockout: Students on this meal plan can swipe for a meal, and then will be unable to use the all-access feature for 1 hour (lock-out period). Points can be utilized with no lock-out period.  $2,600
Plan B: Block 200 (250 points) Plan 200 block meals to spend at on-campus dining locations; 250 declining-balance meal points per semester.  $2,400
Plan C: Block 170 (325 points) Plan 170 block meals to spend at on-campus dining locations; 325 declining-balance meal points per semester.  $2,200
Blue and Gold Meal Plan 1,700 declining-balance meal points per semester.  $2,600

For more information regarding meal plans, see Meal Plan Information

Media Plan Type Includes Cost Per Semester University Overhead
Blue and Gold $1,700 Points Per Semester (All Points) $2,500 $800

*All students living in the residence halls and all first-year students living on-campus must purchase a meal plan for the entire year that they reside on-campus.

  • This meal plan operates on an “all points” or “declining balance” basis. This offers students the ultimate in flexibility and spending options at our Campus Dining Services locations. This plan allows students to get whatever they want at any time when Dining Services is open. This is an a la carte’ plan, and any past restrictions such as meal exchanges or meal combos, have been eliminated.
  • Students can dine at Marletto’s, the Crossroads food court in the University Center, the Library Café featuring Kaldi’s, or the Simply-to-Go unit in the East Academic Building. There will no longer be an “all-you-care-to-eat” dining option at Marletto’s. Everything will be priced a la carte, and you will only pay for what you get.
  • Points not used during the fall semester carry over to the spring semester. Points not used by the end of the academic year are forfeited.
  • Points on this meal plan cannot be used at off-campus restaurants.