Students living on campus at NYU are placed in residence halls located in the city's most stimulating and exciting neighborhoods. Whether in one of the residence halls near Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, in Brooklyn Heights or in a building in another vibrant New York neighborhood, students living in NYU residence halls are consumers of the city's rich culture, savvy metropolitan travelers and valued members of their New York City communities. Becoming such adept navigators of the city and NYU requires that students get to know their homes.
Moving to a new home can be a big transition, especially when you'll be sharing your space with a roommate. The information on this page will serve as a guide to navigating your move, from managing roommate relations to familiarizing yourself with on-campus housing policies to the rights and responsibilities afforded to you as residents in one of the University's residence halls. Moving to New York City and into an NYU residence hall is an exciting time, but can also be stressful. Navigate this page to learn more about your new home, what to expect and the rules, regulations, rights and responsibilities for living at NYU.