What to Expect
Check-in begins at 9:00 AM on the Sunday of the week that your reservation begins (with the exception of the first check-in on Monday, May 25). Earlier check-in times are not available.
- Check-in: To check-in, go directly at your assigned residence hall. Please bring valid photo identification.
- Keys: You will receive your room keys (and mailbox key if applicable) and check-in information packet upon check-in at your residence hall.
- NYUCard: If you do not already have your NYUCard, a temporary ID will be issued to allow you access to your residence hall for 72 hours. Information about obtaining your NYUCard within 72 hours of your reservation start date can be found here.
Reservations are held until the Thursday following your Sunday check-in date. Please contact your residence hall resource center if you plan to check-in later than the Thursday of your check-in week. If you fail to check in by Thursday or provide notification to Summer Housing that your arrival date has changed, your reservation will be cancelled with a $500 penalty.
Maps & Directions
If you are planning to use the bus or the subway, you should download a transit app for your smartphone or consult a New York City Transit Map here.
Directions to NYU
Click here for detailed directions to the NYU campus.
Parking is not provided and commercial garages are expensive. Bringing a car to New York is not advised. For a list of garages located in the vicinity of the NYU campus, please click here.
Residence Hall Orientation
Residential Life and Housing Services wil be sponsoring a weekly information session in each residence hall to review NYU policies and procedures related to residential living.
During this 30 minute presentation, we will provide an overview about living in NYU Housing; including services available, residence hall staffing, and important policies and procedures. This is a great way to better acquaint yourself with summer living at NYU and meet your neighbors.
Following the presentation, there will be an opportunity to ask questions.