Louisiana State University Off Campus Apartments
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LSU, We Luv U
Pitch a beach chair near the Mississippi River at Louisiana State University. Located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, LSU is the perfect breeding ground for many an ambitious tiger tiger. With as many master's degrees (74) as bachelor's degrees (73), LSU offers students the opportunity to reach the highest pillar of success. Firm believers in hands-on learning, many of the LSU faculty are more than willing to roll up their sleeves and get into the intellectual nitty-gritty with students. The low student to teacher ratio (22 to 1) for an undergraduate student body of about 24,000 is also indicative of LSU's dedication to experiential learning. And with over 250 student organizations to join, LSU is hardly all work and no play.
Curling up like Kittens
Congrats my furry friends: in Baton Rouge, you'll be able to sink your claws into a plethora of tantalizing apartment complexes and university housing community options around campus. Some include utilities and provide the appropriate wares for your den (translation: many apartments come furnished). Sniff around for housing in popular areas such as Garden District. For a more bustling park of the terrain, stake a claim on a place in downtown Baton Rouge. To make a lair for yourself a little ways from the maddening crowd, you might want to check out Mid City South. Sink your teeth into the housing search early by looking in the early spring. When your flawless feline limbs fail you, hop on a local CATS bus, though don't expect to get anywhere in lightning speed. Louisiana State University's Tiger Trails Transit System proves itself to be more reliable. You can even throw your bike on the back! Plan ahead for transportation, since Baton Rouge is pretty spread out.
Welcome to Tigerland
...or so they call the student-ruled bar scene near campus. Check out the bars near North Gate to rage like a tiger. If that didn't get the animal out of your system, take a trip into the wild at The Baton Rouge Zoo. Get a gander at a gator at the Alligator Bayou. When you return to civilization, you may want to visit many of the temples of adult fun, also known as the casinos. But with a string of bars near North Gate, there's really no reason to go far. While on campus, sports fans will be dying to investigate the Andonie Museum, which gives the history of the LSU Tigers.
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Apartments in Baton Rouge - View 17 properties
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70808
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70810
Studio/1 Bedroom$875 - $1,084
2 Bedrooms$1,176 - $1,302
3 Bedrooms$1,482 - $1,582
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70810
1 Bedroom$1,050 - $1,080
2 Bedrooms$1,115 - $1,280
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70817
1 Bedroom$799 - $989
2 BedroomsUp to $1,070
3 BedroomsUp to $1,270
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Why should I move to Baton Rouge?
Situated along the banks of the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge boasts a vibrant culture with unique food, lively music, and a dynamic visual and performing arts scene. One of the fastest growing cities in the south, Baton Rouge offers a warm climate, a rich history, and a welcoming community. With many businesses and industrial facilities in town, Baton Rouge affords residents with diverse career opportunities. This thriving city is home to LSU and Southern University, as well as many renowned cultural spots like the Shaw Center for the Arts and the Baton Rouge River Center. The city is also home to many fun and exciting community events throughout the year including Mardi Gras, Louisiana Earth Day, Pennington Balloon Festival, and many others.
What neighborhoods in Baton Rouge are good for eating out?
Offering everything from delis and steakhouses to Mexican and Italian fare, downtown Baton Rouge has it all. Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar and Restaurant on 3rd Street serves up delectable Cali-Mexican fare within a Southern California atmosphere. Downtown's Avoyelles Cafe features a casual downstairs with southern style hot lunches, while the restaurant's upstairs boasts a New Orleans atmosphere with classic table service and a beautiful view of the Mississippi River. The Little Village is downtown Baton Rouge's hotspot for Italian specialties, prime steaks, and Louisiana seafood dishes. Be sure to try their famous freshly baked bread.