Thank you for your interest in living on-campus! Living in NYU Housing is the best way to meet new friends and get involved in university life.
Please follow the instructions below based on your classification:
Once a new freshmen undergraduate student has accepted admission to the University, they will receive application instructions from this office and will be able to access the housing application on the NYUHome Housing Forms channel.
More details regarding the FYRE Assignment Process can be found here.
New transfer undergraduate students who have accepted admission to the University will be able to access the non-renewable housing application on the NYUHome Housing Forms channel.
Undergraduate students admitted through NYU's Undergraduate Admissions Office are guaranteed housing for their entire education at NYU, provided they accept housing upon admission, maintain matriculation, meet all housing application and payment deadlines, and do not cancel their NYU-NY housing for reasons other than a school-approved medical leave or study away program. By meeting these criteria, students maintain their housing guarantee and are considered to have a “renewable housing status”. Thus named since these students are able to renew their housing contract each year. Undergraduate students that have not met the criteria above have a “non-renewable housing status” and are not guaranteed housing.
Graduate students are not guaranteed housing but are able apply via the non-renewable, non-guaranteed housing application process.
Visiting students (students not matriculating from NYU) are not guaranteed housing but are eligible to apply for housing via the non-renewable, non-guaranteed application process
For information about applying to live in NYU Housing during the summer, please click here.
For information about applying to live in NYU Housing during January term, please click here.
If you have any questions, please contact our office at email@example.com or at 212-998-4600. Please include your NYU ID number with all inquiries.