NYU Summer Housing offers long-term housing in NYU residence halls to groups and organizations based on the following criteria:
- Group has between 10 and 75 program participants
- Group is seeking housing for a mimimum of 3 weeks and up to 11 or 12
- Group participants are 18 years of age or older at the start of the reservation
Participants of long-term groups are not required to be enrolled in summer classes at NYU, however, priority for reservations is given to NYU programs.
Note: Non-NYU organizations whose programs are similar in nature to any NYU academic program are not eligible to reserve housing for their program. Organizations may be asked to provide a detailed overview regarding their program. Upon review, NYU Summer Housing reserves the right to determine whether or not a group can be accommodated.
NYU Summer Housing does not currently provide mixed gender housing or family housing.
2016 Rates (Tentative)
All rental rates are per resident per week. The rates vary by type of accommodation, the number of occupants per bedroom, and the group affiliation.
|Traditional (Non-Air-Conditioned)||Rate (p.p./week)|
|Traditional (Air-Conditioned)||Rate (p.p./week)|
|Apartment-Style (Air-Conditioned)||Rate (p.p./week)|
|Apartment-Style (Air-Conditioned)||Rate (p.p./week)|
|Meal Plans||RATE (per week)|
|12 Meals + $30 Dining Dollars per week||$176|
|10 Meals + $30 Dining Dollars per week||$160|
|8 Meals + $30 Dining Dollars per week||$140|
The final check-out date for summer 2016 is Saturday, August 13, 2016.
|Summer 2016 Weekly Schedule|
|Week 01||Sunday, May 22 – Saturday, May 28 (NYU and Enrolled ONLY)|
|Week 02||Sunday, May 29 – Saturday, June 4|
|Week 03||Sunday, June 5 – Saturday, June 11|
|Week 04||Sunday, June 12 – Saturday, June 18|
|Week 05||Sunday, June 19 – Saturday, June 25|
|Week 06||Sunday, June 26 – Saturday, July 2|
|Week 07||Sunday, July 3 – Saturday, July 9|
|Week 08||Sunday, July 10 – Saturday, July 16|
|Week 09||Sunday, July 17 – Saturday, July 23|
|Week 10||Sunday, July 24 – Saturday, July 30|
|Week 11||Sunday, July 31 – Saturday, August 6|
|Week 12||Sunday, August 7 – Saturday, August 13|
Residence Hall Accommodations
The NYU residence halls are located throughout lower Manhattan and are conveniently located near public transportation offering access to all parts of Manhattan.
All residence halls are coed by floor. Individual bedrooms and suites are single sex. NYU residence halls are smoke-free and smoking is not permitted in any area within the residence hall, including private living areas. For more information on our policies, please click here. Residents are responsible for cleaning their bedrooms and all shared areas within their suite.
Please visit the Accommodations section of our site for more information about our residence halls.
Please note: We cannot guarantee that all participants from a group our company will be housed together. Some participants may be housed with residents not affiliated with the group or organization.
All residents are provided with the following furniture items: extra-long twin size bed (some bunked), mattress, desk, desk chair, and dresser.
Additional furniture may not be brought into the halls. It is recommended that residents bring additional lighting to supplement in-room lighting.
For information, please visit the How to Apply section of our website.
Note that if approved for reasonable accommodations through the Moses Center, a participant may be separated from the group in order to fulfill the approved special housing needs.
Safety & Security
The NYU Department of Public Safety is responsible for the safety and security of NYU residence halls. Public Safety personnel are assigned to each residence hall at all times. Residents must obtain an NYU photo ID card (NYUCard) upon their arrival and must present this identification to the Public Safety Officer or swipe their NYUCard at the building turnstile each time they enter the residence hall. All guests must provide photo identification and must be signed into the hall by their host.
Residence Hall Staffing
All buildings are staffed with a full time, professional, live-in Residence Hall Director, assisted by a team of professional and paraprofessional staff.
Summer residents living in NYU Summer Housing receive the following services:
- Access to NYU athletic facilities, the Coles Sports Center and Palladium Athletic Facility
- Cable television service in all residence hall rooms
- Wireless Internet Service in all residence hall rooms
- Campus Dining facilities open Monday through Friday
- Laundry facilities in all residence halls
- Resource Centers located in the lobby of reach Residence Hall to serve as the main contact for check-in/out, mail & package distrubution, visitor assistance, and maintenance requests.
Reservation & Payment Information
NYU sponsored groups or programs are given priority in the reservation process. Reservation requests can be made for between 10 and 75 participants.
To request a group reservation, please complete the online request form:
The deadline to submit a reservation request was Friday, December 18, 2015.
The group coordinator will serve as the main liaison between Summer Housing and the organization/program participants. Group coordinators are responsible for sharing application information with participants and collecting any date adjustments or additional information for Summer Housing.
All participant applications must be completed at least 3 weeks prior to the group's start date.
Groups may choose between two billing options.
If the sponsoring organization is paying for its participants, a minimum $500.00 reservation payment per applicant must be sent to NYU Summer Housing by May 1, 2016. A group account will be established and all participant charges will be the responsibility of the sponsoring organization. NYU groups may provide a departmental account number authorizing a transfer of funds in lieu of a reservation payment. A final invoice will be sent to the sponsoring organization approximately two weeks after the group's arrival. Payment is due upon receipt of the invoice.
If individual participants will be paying their own charges, a $500 reservation payment is required upon completion of the online housing application. The NYU Bursar's Office will send a bill directly to the individual. The sponsoring organization may become responsible for any outstanding participant charges that are unpaid at the end of the reservation period.
Cancellations & Date Adjustments
Through March 25, 2016:
A group may reduce the size of their original reservation without penalty. The total number of spaces reserved as of March 31, 2014 will be considered the final number of spaces reserved.
March 25, 2016 and after:
Any reduction of the number of spaces reserved will result in a charge of $500 per participant space. Reduction of a reservation includes any cancellation of a reservation and any reservation that is not utilized as a result of a participant's failure to check-in (no-shows).
Date changes for individual participants
All participants will have reservations with a start and end date equivalent to the dates listed on the group housing agreement. Should they require alternative dates, the group coordinator will be required to collect these in a spreadsheet to be sent to email@example.com at least 3 weeks prior to the group's reservation start date.
|Timeline for Long-Term Groups|
|October 2015||Group reservation request form available|
|December 18, 2015||Deadline for groups to submit reservation requests|
|Late January 2016||Group coordinator to be notified of the status of their group's reservation request(s)|
|March 25, 2016||Cancellation/reduction deadline (after this date there is a $500 per participant space fee)|
|Three weeks prior to arrival date||All participants must have a completed a participant application|
|Three weeks after departure||Invoice will be sent to group coordinator. Payment must be remitted within thirty days.|
For more information about Long Term Group Housing, please call NYU Summer Housing at 212-998-4600 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.