St. Louis is an excellent place to live for individuals and families. Here you’ll find valuable information about neighborhoods and things to do for you and visiting friends.
Learn about the neighborhoods surrounding the Med Campus to find the right fit for you. Depending on situation, you may want to live within walking distance of school or may prefer a more quiet neighborhood with a longer commute. WUSAC has been around the block, so we know what’s up.
Utilities: the perennial downside to independence. If this is your first time living on your own in an apartment, you’re going to have to figure out how to keep your place lit, heated, and connected. If given the choice, make sure you shop around for internet and cell service to take advantage of their best offers.
Living in St. Louis gives you the option of travelling to and from via numerous methods. Check out our thoughts on each mode of transportation and figure out what is best for you! Plus, all DBBS students get a free Metro pass for as long as you’re a student.
There are loads of fun things to do in St. Louis, both free and paid attractions. See some of our curated list of top things to do!