January Term Housing takes place during the intersession between the Fall and Spring terms.
During the January Term, New York University offers students registered for January Term classes the opportunity to live on-campus in our conveniently located residence halls. Please note that there is a limited amount of housing space available during January Term, and priority is given to academic year NYU students. Non-NYU students enrolled in January Term courses at NYU will be offered housing on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested, please continue reading for more specific information about accommodations, cost, and how to apply.
Accommodations are single or shared bedrooms (with current NYU students), in multi-bedroom traditional or apartment-style suites with bathrooms. Please note that there are a very limited number of single rooms in apartment style halls. Apartment style suites have kitchens; traditional hall suites do not. All bedrooms are furnished with a bed, desk, and dresser for each resident. Smoking is not permitted in NYU Housing. Linens and bedding are not provided.
January Term Housing is based on the 3-week period that classes are in session:
Rates are based on 3-week stay and cannot be pro-rated:
*Please note that NYU Campus Transportation is not available during January Term. Although we will endeavor to place you as close to campus as possible, we cannot guarantee it. All residence halls are accessible to the Washington Square Campus via New York City public transportation.
Please review the information below to determine how to request housing during January Term classes. The deadline for applications was Tuesday, December 3, 2013.
NYU students with both a Fall 2013 & Spring 2014 NYU Housing license may continue to stay in their existing residence hall assignment during January Term for no additional charge and do not need to complete any application.
NYU students who have only a Fall 2013 or Spring 2014 NYU Housing license (e.g. fall residents leaving for spring study abroad, new spring residents etc.) or NYU students who have no housing license for the 2013-2014 academic year must be enrolled in NYU courses in order to live on-campus for January Term. These students have to complete the January Term housing application through their NYU home account (click on the NYU Life tab, then on NYU Housing and Meal Plan forms), and will be charged for 3 weeks in January Term housing (see rates above).
Residents who only have a Fall 2013 NYU Housing license may be required to relocate from their Fall 2013 housing assignment to another room within NYU Housing. Fall 2013 residents must check out after their January Term classes have ended, no later than 12 Noon on Saturday, January 25, 2014.
Visiting January Term students interested in January Term housing should indicate their interest in housing on the January Term 2014 online registration form, which will be available October 15, 2013. Once the registration form is submitted, you will be emailed instructions to complete the online housing application.
Please note that available spaces are likely to be in shared bedrooms within apartments that have been occupied by residents for several months prior to your arrival. To help you get acquainted with your temporary roommate, you’ll receive his or her email address as soon as your housing assignment has been made. Since January Term takes place during the intersession between Fall and Spring semesters, your NYU roommate may be away for this period, or may come and go from his/her NYU Residence assignment for periods of varying length.
For information about meal plan options and dining hall hours during January Term, please consult our dining page.
January Term Housing cancellation requests should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If your cancellation request is received by January 5, 2014, no fee will be assessed. There will be a $250 cancellation fee for any reservation canceled after January 5, 2014.
For all other inquiries about January Term housing, please e-mail email@example.com or call Residential Life and Housing Services at 212-998-4600.