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Six floors of the new Constance Milstein and Family Academic Center feature the Annette N. and Theodore M. Lerner Family Residential Hall. Each residential floor contains four-person suites, studio apartments, and a student lounge. All students who study away at NYU Washington, DC are required to live in NYU housing.
A full-time Residential Life Coordinator and other part-time Residential Life staff reside on-site to provide advice, guidance, support, programming, and activities. The center is conveniently located near DC Metro and bus services, and just a short walk away from the White House, Smithsonian museums, and many spectacular monuments and memorials.
All students studying at NYU Washington, DC, will live in the Constance Milstein and Family Academic Center, which is located at 1307 L Street NW, Washington, DC 20005.
NOTE: Those who are enrolled in the NYU Washington, DC program are required to live in the Constance Milstein and and Family Academic Center. Only students who request to live with a member of their immediate family in the DC metro area will be considered for an exception to this policy.
HOUSING ASSIGNMENTS & BILLING
Housing assignments will be mailed to your NYU email addresses when they are available, which is typically about 1-2 weeks prior to your arrival. However, apartment numbers and roommate names are not distributed until you arrive in Washington, DC. NYU Washington, DC will attempt to accomodate student housing preferences; however, students may be placed in any of the residential spaces, regardless of preferences, based on the overall needs of the program.
Initially, all students will be billed an IDENTICAL HOUSING ESTIMATE (estimate for Fall 2014: $5,549 - the cost of a double room). This is NOT an indication of your housing assignment. If your final housing assignment differs (double as single, single), then the estimated housing charge will be replaced with your actual housing charge as soon as possible. However, the billing change could occur after the beginning of the term.
ROOM TYPES & DESCRIPTIONS
Double - A two-bed room that is shared with another resident. Each double bedroom has two beds, two desks, two desk chairs, and two wardrobes. Each four-person suite has two double bedrooms; one shared bathroom with a separate toilet and shower area; a common area with a table and chairs; and a kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave, and electric stove top (there is no oven).
Double as Single - A two-bed room that is not shared with another resident. Everything else about the suite is the same as it is in the description for a double.
Single - A private, studio-style room with one bed. Each single room has a full bathroom and a kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave, and electric stove top.
NOTE: Ovens and cable TV hookups are not included in any of the rooms or suites. However, there are convection ovens available for use in the building and flatscreen TVs with cable available in the student lounges.
2015-2016 SEMESTER HOUSING COSTS*
|Room Type||Cost||Total Occupancy|
|Double||$5,743||3-4 people (2 bedroom suite)|
|Double as single||$6,891||2-3 people (2 bedroom suite)|
|Single||$7,466||1 person (Studio/efficiency apt.)|
* Above are proposed fall 2015 and spring 2016 semester rates for the Washington, D.C. study away site. These rates are pending NYU Board of Trustee review (approval anticipated June 2015). Room rates are site specific and are generally determined by room type, rental costs, and associated support services. The figures cited in NYU's Cost of Attendance are based on annual room and board rates at NYU's location in New York.
Upcoming Application Deadlines
Priority: September 15
Regular: October 15
Applications received after October 15 will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Admission will be granted only when space is available and time allows for required travel documents to be attained.