In Phase 1 of the Undergraduate Reapplication and Room selection process, undergraduate students submit an online application and a nonrefundable/nontransferable $1000 reservation payment to secure housing for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Phase 1 will begin on March 11, 2013 and will be open through 5pm EST on March 25, 2013.
Students who complete Phase 1 agree to the key components of the process and are bound the 2013-2014 Housing License. Please review the components, license and the 2013-2014 Proposed Housing Rates prior to completeing Phase 1.
Students wishing to maintain their renewable housing status and/or secure housing for the 2013-2014 academic year must:
- complete the online reapplication AND
- submit the nonrefundable/nontransferable $1000 reservation payment
The deadline to complete the steps of Phase 1 is March 25, 2013.
Students who do not complete Phase 1:
- will no longer be eligible for guaranteed housing and will only be eligible for housing via the non-guaranteed, non-renewable housing application process AND
- will not be eligible to participate in Phase 2: Room Selection.
Renewable undergraduate students and current Spring 2013 non-renewable undergraduate residents are eligible to participate in the Reapplication/Room Selection process for the upcoming academic year.
A renewable status indicates that you have met all of the following requirements:
- students accept the initial housing offer at the time of admission
- students meet all payment deadlines
- students meet all re-application deadlines
- students maintain matriculated status
- students do not at anytime cancel their housing contract (school approved medical leaves and NYU study abroad programs are the only exception)
A non-renewable status indicates that you have not maintained a renewable status as defined above.
In addition to submitting a nonrefundable/nontransferable $1000 reservation payment to secure 2013-2014 undergraduate housing, students must complete the online 2013-2014 reapplication by March 25, 2013.
To access the application, you will need to login to NYUHome. There you will find the "Housing Forms Log-In" channel on the NYU Life page. Click on the "Student Housing and Meal Plan Forms" link and follow the University login prompts to access the application portal. Once in the portal, you may access the housing re-application by clicking the "Application" link in the grey navigation bar. This will list any application for which you are eligible. As a 2013-2014 eligible returning undergraduate, you will want to select the "Academic Year 2013-2014" application.
In addition to submitting the online application to secure 2013-2014 academic year housing, a nonrefundable/nontransferable $1000 reservation payment must be paid by March 25, 2013. This payment will be applied to Fall 2013 housing charges.
Online payments must be made using the eDeposits tab in NYU's eSuite via Albert. Please do not use the "Make a Payment" button for your payment.
Financial Aid and Tuition Pay may not be used to cover this payment.
If payment of the $1000 reservation payment is not received by March 25, 2013:
- your 2013-2014 academic year housing application will be canceled.
- you will only be eligible to apply for Fall 2013/Spring 2014 NYU housing through the non-guaranteed, non-renewable housing application process.
- you will not be guaranteed NYU housing in the future.
How to Pay
Upon completion of the online application, you will be prompted to the Housing Reservation Payment Coupon which will include detailed instructions on making:
- a direct check or money order payment to the Bursar
- an electronic check payment via NYUHome > Albert > Student Center > View Bursar Account > eSuite: eDeposit. Online reservation payments must be made using the eDeposits tab in NYU's eSuite via Albert. Please do not use the "Make a Payment" button for your deposit. Please visit the Bursar's website for more details.
Please complete the Housing Reservation Payment Coupon and submit it to the Bursar's Office, by mail, 726 Broadway, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10003, or in person at 25 West 4th St., Main Floor.
For room selection purposes the terms "sophomore", "senior", "junior", are NOT defined by academic credits earned, but are determined by the status a student has upon first entering the university. The presumption being that freshmen will need 8 semesters of housing. Transfers will need 4 semesters of housing. Priority for lottery will be determined by the number of anticipated remaining housing semesters.
Academic Year 2013-2014 Room Selection Priority will be defined as:
Priority Group 1 (high priority - "Sophomore")
"Sophomore" defined as a renewable student with anticipated 6-7 remaining semesters in housing (students admitted to NYU as freshmen in Fall 2012 or Spring 2013).
Priority Group 2 (middle priority - "Senior" & "Junior")
"Senior" defined as a renewable student with 2-3 anticipated remaining semesters in housing (students admitted to NYU as freshmen in Fall 2010 or Spring 2011; Transfers admitted to NYU in Fall 2012 or Spring 2013).
"Junior" defined as a renewable student with 4-5 anticipated remaining semesters in housing (students admitted to NYU as freshman in Fall 2011 or Spring 2012).
Priority Group 3 (low priority - "Non-Renewable")
Current undergraduate students in Spring 2013 housing that were assigned via the non-renewable housing application process.
Students may not change their priority based upon credits earned. For example a student who has been in housing for 4 semesters but is short credits giving them junior status may not be re-classified as a sophomore (or priority 1).
Students currently studying away for Spring 2013
Renewable undergraduate students who are currently participating in a Spring 2013 NYU approved study away program must complete Phase 1 by submitting an online application and paying the $1000 reservation payment by March 25, 2013 to secure NYU-NY housing for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Students who will be studying away for Fall 2013
Students who have been admitted to a NYU study away program for the Fall 2013 semester and have confirmed their acceptance with the Office of Global Programs do not need to apply via the Undergraduate Reapplication and Room Selection process. They will automatically maintain their renewable status and will be notified to apply for Spring 2014 NYU-NY housing in November.
Students who are unsure of their study away status but wish to maintain their NYU-NY renewable housing status should complete Phase 1 by submitting an online application and paying the $1000 reservation payment by March 25, 2013.
If a student is admitted and confirmed into a Fall 2013 study away program after completing Phase 1, they may submit the Fall 2013 Housing Cancellation & Study Away Notification form (NYUHome login will be required). This form will authorize us to update our records to reflect your study away status. Once you have notified us of your status, your record will be adjusted and if applicable, the $1000 payment will be credited to your Bursar account.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, New York University will provide reasonable accommodations for a student, eligible to reside in University housing, who has a qualifying physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities and has a record of such disability or is regarded as having such disability. In order to be considered for a special housing accommodation, you and your healthcare provider must complete the Special Housing Accommodation Request Form (provided at the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities or online at www.nyu.edu/csd) and return it to the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities, 719 Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10003, ATTN: Special Housing Accommodations. You can also call 212-998-4977(voice/TTY).
Information provided to the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities is kept confidential and will only be shared within the University as is necessary to evaluate the request.
Please note, prior approval of a special accommodation request does not carry over from one academic year to the next.