Spring in New York students interested in living on campus should have indicated this interest on their admission application. Once admitted, they will receive an email with housing information and application instructions. If you are interested in on-campus housing and did not indicate this on your admission application or did not receive an email with housing information, please contact the Office of University Programs.
The NYU Housing website includes information about residence halls, housing rates, and dining for which you can apply. Students should review the online instructions and information prior to completing an application.
Please note that campus housing is extremely limited and not guaranteed. Students who complete a housing application will be placed on a priority list to receive housing if space becomes available, but all students are encouraged to research off-campus housing options as a security measure.
Off-Campus Housing Services is a part of the Student Resource Center, located in Suite 210 of the Kimmel Center for University Life. The office provides assistance to students seeking private off-campus apartment rentals. Admitted Fall in New York students are encouraged to utilize resources such as the Off-Campus Housing Guide to help them with their search for accommodation.
Questions about off-campus housing? Contact Off-Campus Housing Services directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-998-4620.
Students living on or off-campus may take advantage of NYU’s 13 dining locations for students. The University offers a variety of meal plans. Information about dining halls and meal plans is online.
Commuter students interested in signing up for a meal plan may follow the instructions on the NYU dining website.
Questions about NYU Dining may be addressed to email@example.com or 212-995-3030.