Features

Housing for Non-Local Interns                                           

Interns who do not have family in St. Louis to stay with are given housing priority. Out of town interns who are accepted into the program will be housed in apartments, that usually require taking the bus. 

Typically, interns are placed in 2-bedroom apartments housing 4 interns (2 interns per bedroom). The apartments are fully furnished and include all kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom furnishings. [Note: If apartments are not available, students may be placed in a residence hall at nearby Washington University in St. Louis.]  
 

Furnishings provided in each apartment

Living room: sofa, loveseat or chair, 2 end tables, 2 lamps, desk, table, TV, VCR/DVD
Dining room: dining table and chairs
Bathroom: shower curtain, bath mat, 3 bath towels/2 hand towels/2 washcloths (per person)
Bedrooms: twin beds, headboards, lamp, dresser, sheets, 2 pillows (per bed), blanket, bedspread, alarm clock and hangers
Kitchen: coffee maker, dinnerware, glasses, toaster, microwave, can opener, mixing bowls, dish towels, measuring cups, flatware/silverware, spatula, serving utensils, cookware, pot holders, cookie sheet, 2-quart pitcher
Additional items: iron, ironing board, vacuum
Starter set: toilet tissue, facial tissue, bath soap, paper towels, dish soap, sponge and wastebaskets