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Carlyle Court

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About Carlyle

Carlyle Court is a dynamic community of 740 primarily sophomore residents. Made up of three apartment buildings that overlook Union Square Park and center around a large, tree-filled courtyard. There are two lounge spaces: the C1 Study Lounge in Tower 1 and the C2 Entertainment Lounge in Tower 2. In Tower 3 (C3) we have a practice room complete with full length mirrors, a ballet bar, and multiple pianos. Within each tower there are two elevators and one laundry room. Carlyle Court has two types of room accommodations available to residents one-bedroom suites that accommodate three to four residents and studio apartments that accommodate two residents. We have two live-in Faculty Fellows-in-Residence who facilitate programming, two Explorations communities, an active student-run hall government (Embassy), and 15 Resident Assistants who will spend the year providing fun ways for residents to get out and enjoy NYC!

Getting Around

  • 10-15 minute walk to Washington Square Park.
  • Subway Acces:
    • Across the street from Union Square Station, N, Q, R, 4, 5 ,6, L trains.
    • Two blocks to 14th St and Sixth Ave Station, F, M trains.
  • The closest free NYU Shuttle is Route E or F, which stops on 14th St and Third Ave. For more info, please see Bus Routes and Schedules.
  • Closest Dining Halls are on 14th Street between Third and Fourth Ave, Palladium Food Court and U-Hall Commons Cafe.

Residence Hall Professional Staff

RHD Carlyle

Steve To

Residence Hall Director
Phone: 212-443-7472
Email: st88@nyu.edu

Resource Manager Carlyle

Priscilla Williams

Residence Hall Resource Manager
Phone: 212-443-7471
Email: pw21@nyu.edu

RHAD Carlyle

Michael Malenfant

Residence Hall Assistant Director
Phone: 212-443-7470
Email: mm8304@nyu.edu

Faculty Fellows in Residence

Kristin Horton, FFIR

Greg Erickson

Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Lorena Llosa, FFIR

Lorena Llosa 

Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development