Located steps from the quad, the Griesedieck Complex is the tallest building on Saint Louis University’s campus.
Primarily housing male and female freshman and sophomore students, the "U"-shaped complex is made up of Clemens, Walsh and Griesedieck halls. Residents of the Griesedieck Complex share a common lobby area with a smart classroom and student lounge. The complex is also home to a chapel.
|Address:||3630 West Pine Mall, St. Louis, MO 63108|
|Amenities:||Window air conditioning units, Wi-Fi, cable, on-site laundry room, community kitchen, two 24-hour security desks, technology-capable seminar room, community tutoring and study room. Bike storage outside of building.|
|Additional special features:||Chapel on site, major exploration theme housing|
|Room types:||Single, double, double deluxe and triple|
|Bathrooms:||Mostly community, some private|
|Dining:||Full service dining hall with all-you-care-to-eat food court in the adjacent Grand Hall. There is also a Starbucks on the ground floor of Clemens Hall.|
|Parking:||Gonzaga and St. Peter’s parking lots, Laclede Garage|
|Population:||About 650 freshman and older students on 14 floors in Griesedieck Hall and in Walsh Hall, both of which are co-ed with single-gender rooms and single-gender floors. Clemens Hall will not be occupied this year.|
|Residence Hall Coordinators:||Kevin Krauskopf, firstname.lastname@example.org, 314-977-2972|
|Visiting Restrictions:||Opposite-sex guests may not visit during the hours of 1 to 7 a.m. Sunday through Thursday or 4 to 7 a.m. Friday and Saturday. All guests must be checked in at the front desk and escorted by their host at all times.|
|Special Hours:||Griesedieck Complex is closed over Thanksgiving, winter and spring breaks.|
|Trivia:||Plans are underway for the upcoming renovation of the Griesedieck Complex.|
The major exploration community is highly recommended if you are actively looking for a major at Saint Louis University. This community provides an opportunity to work with career development specialists, major exploration advisers and program directors from various majors on campus, as well as the support and encouragement of peers who are also searching for a major.