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General Resources

When it comes to choosing the perfect place to live off-campus, we know that having the right information is key! To make things easier, we’ve compiled a list of answers to your most common questions. If there’s anything else you’re curious about, please make sure to reach out to our staff and we’ll be more than happy to help. You will love it here!

Where is the Quadrangle Office located?

Our office is temporaily located at 6014 Delmar Blvd.

Who is eligible for Quadrangle housing?

WashU students who are enrolled full-time at Washington University in St. Louis are eligible to live in Quadrangle properties. This includes all students enrolled who undertake an academic workload consisting of any combination of courses, work experience, research, or special studies.

Washington University affiliates, individuals or all other individuals, including exchange students, visiting researchers, post-docs, interns, hospital residents, staff and faculty of Washington University.

If you are not a WashU affiliate please refer to Parallel Properties for housing options.

Is short term leasing available?

At Quadrangle, we do occasionally have short term leases available. We also offer a range of options depending upon availability – with a minimum of a semester and up to 24 months. If you are interested in shorter-term housing, please contact the Apartment Referral Office at 314-935-5092 or email ars@wustl.edu for reservations. For more information, please visit WashU’s Apartment Referral Services on the web.

Are the apartments furnished?

You tell us! Most of our units are unfurnished, yet we can refer you to our partner CORT who can provide you with furniture to rent.

Are pets allowed?

Quadrangle welcomes pets. We have a variety of options, so make your leasing advisor aware of your pet when searching for your new apartment. Please refer to the amenities of the building to determine if the apartment that you are interested in is pet-friendly.

When should I search for housing?

We have OPEN leasing throughout the year! For example: Fall Semester – Availability begins April–July.

There are several ways to search an apartment. Schedule a tour with one of our leasing professionals before you arrive or review openings by selecting your housing type on our website.

What are the occupancy levels?

Studio: 1 occupant

1 Bedroom: 2 occupant (familial status)

2 Bedroom: 4 occupant (No more than 2 unrelated occupants)

3 Bedroom: 5 occupants (No more than 3 unrelated occupants)

Occupancy standards are set by local ordinances and University policy and regulations.

Can I view an apartment if I am not currently in St. Louis?

Yes, as long as the apartment is vacant and available to show, we can schedule a Facetime or Zoom tour, or show a local friend for you.

Can I apply without a student ID number?

You may apply before you receive your student ID number but you must provide either your student ID or University letter of acceptance prior to your move-in date.

How do I apply for the apartment I am interested in?

Applying for an apartment is easy! Once you decide on an apartment, call, email or visit the office. Applications are processed in the order of the date they are received. You should submit your application to reserve an apartment as early as possible. Once your application and holding fee have been submitted, the unit will no longer be marked available for others to rent on the site. Then, our leasing professionals will process the application and send you your lease packet for review and signature.

What is a Conventional Joint and Several Lease?

A  Conventional Joint and Several Lease agreement is when all residents over the age of 18 sign one lease. All residents are jointly and severally liable for all terms outlined in the lease agreement including the total rent due for the contract. Occupancy guidelines are to be followed.

What if I don’t have a roommate?

No problem! Through our partnership with WashU Apartment Referral Service, you have access to their roommate search service. You can also reach out to your department for resources in helping you find a roommate.

Is there an apartment waitlist?

No, all available apartments are posted online either for immediate selection, or for future dates. Apartments vary on availability.

Is the deposit refundable if I cancel?

You have 24 hours from the time you submit your holding fee to cancel your application and have 100% of your holding fee refunded. If you withdraw the application after 24-hours, a $100 retaining fee will be assessed for each day the apartment is reserved. If the apartment is held for the applicant for more than five days all monies deposited shall be forfeited.

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