Housing and Residential Life

In support of Webster University's mission and the Student Affairs Division, the Housing and Residential Life Office is 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.

Fall 2022 Housing Assignments

  • Current off-campus residents and incoming first-year and transfer students will receive housing assignment emails in late June 2022, along with further move-in instructions in early July 2022. Be sure to apply early for the best opportunity to receive your top housing preferences.
  • What if I'm a current resident? Housing contracts are for the full academic year, so your space now will be your space for the spring semester. If you're interested in a space change, please reach out to the Housing Office.

Have questions about Housing? Contact us at 314-246-HOME (4663) or at housing@webster.edu.

When is move-out for summer break, and move-in for the Fall 2022–Spring 2023 academic year?

Great question! Check-out our Moving In and Out section for Spring 2022 move-out information, along with Fall 2022 move-in information. As a reminder, if a student is interested in living on campus over the summer, there is a separate Summer 2022 housing application available to complete in the Housing Portal!

22nd in the Midwest

Webster University continues to be highly ranked on the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges report, now listed as 22nd in Midwest Regional Universities. Webster was also recognized as a “Best Value” school and “Top Performer” for social mobility.

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Looking for ways to get involved outside the classroom?

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Check out our Student Life page and find out what’s 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.

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