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    Known as a major industrial, petrochemical, medical, research, motion picture, and growing technology center of the American South, Baton Rouge is a city on the Mississippi River and is the capital city of Louisiana. This city is the one that houses Louisiana State University, the largest institution of higher education in the state and  the LSU System's flagship university. Other universities include Southern University, Baton Rouge Community College, Louisiana State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, Tulane University, and Virginia College. 

    Baton Rouge has been enrolling a great number of international students and offering affordable purpose-built student accommodations (PBSAs). These are off-campus student housing that are located within close proximity to the city’s prestigious universities and offer campus-like accommodation and student housing catering to everyday needs of students. There are modern style student apartments with easy transport connectivity and access to popular attractions within walking distance to the place of stay. When compared to on-campus student halls, private student accommodation offers more choices, better living standards and all this at an affordable price. 

    Those in search of student accommodation in Baton Rouge can browse through luxurious 2 to 3 bedroom apartments with-en-suite washrooms as well as a wide range of modern and stylish accommodation across other popular parts of the city. Students can find cosy apartments under budget without compromising on the quality of all the facilities offered. From the 27th-floor observation deck of the new Capitol building, it is good to absorb the beauty of Baton Rouge on the Mississippi, at one time the heart of plantation country. 

    The city can further be explored for its Old Louisiana State Capitol, now a museum, and Magnolia Mound Plantation, and the LSU Rural Life Museum. Interstates 10, 110 and 12, which serve the city, are highly traveled and connected by highways and four-lane roads connecting the downtown business area to surrounding parishes. Capital Area Transit System (CATS) provides urban transportation throughout Baton Rouge, including service to Southern University, Baton Rouge Community College, and Louisiana State University.