WashU offers a host of resources to help students navigate local housing and transportation to and from campus.

Quadrangle Housing

Quadrangle Housing manages a variety of properties in neighborhoods that surround the WashU campuses so you can explore new parts of St. Louis while staying connected to the University.

Apartment Referral Service

Apartment Referral Service provides access to a wide range of off-campus apartments. Note: properties are owned by a variety of property management companies.

Parallel Properties

Parallel Properties rents a variety of apartments to both WashU and non-WashU students, all conveniently located near both the Danforth and Medical Campuses.

Parking and Transportation Services

WashU offers a variety of transportation programs to meet the needs of our students. Complimentary transportation services are intended to provide safe and convenient transportation between the Danforth, Medical, West, and North Campuses, as well as local shopping centers and surrounding residential areas.


TripShot is an app that serves as Wash U’s transportation management system for tracking shuttle locations. The app features a powerful suite of tools, including live shuttle tracking, real-time schedule updates, custom notifications for arrivals and delays, real-time schedule updates, and trip planning among other capabilities.

Enterprise Car Share

With Enterprise CarShare, members may rent cars at a discounted rate by the hour, day or overnight from dedicated spaces conveniently located across campus. This service is available and free to join for those with a WashU email account and who are over the age of 18.

Smart Commute

Smart commute provides smart commuting options that are sustainable, healthy and less expensive than driving your car to campus. Learn about a wide range of programs, resources, and support to help you find the transportation mix that’s right for you.

Graduate Student Senate: St. Louis Neighborhoods

The Graduate Student Senate put together a description of different St. Louis neighborhoods – it’s a few years old but still a great resource for learning about different areas in St. Louis!