When applying, it is important that you familiarize yourself with the types of accommodations we offer, as well as our policies and procedures regarding initial payment, and canceling your reservation. As part of your application, you will be required to review and agree to the terms and conditions of the 2018 Summer Housing License.
Please note that once an application is complete, it will take approximately 2 weeks to process.
Non-NYU, non-affiliated applicants are assigned on a first come, first serve basis contingent on space availability.
If you do not yet have an NYU ID number, you will need to generate an NYU ID number and create and NYU Global Home account. This process typically takes two to three business days to complete.
If you are not an NYU student but you have stayed in NYU Summer Housing in the past, you must complete the NYU ID registration to reactivate your NYUHome Account. This process typically takes 24 hours.
Current NYU students do not need to register for NYUHome accounts. Applicants enrolled in courses at NYU should receive NYU ID numbers and NYU Global Home access through their enrollment process.
If you are enrolled in a non-credit NYU SPS course this summer and have a problem accessing the NYU Summer Housing application, please email our office at email@example.com.
The application for Summer 2018 is now available.
Non-NYU, Not Affiliated Applicants: Applicants can indicate interest in shared bedrooms in traditional residence halls (Brittany, Lipton & Rubin Halls). Applicants can also indicate an interest in accepting assignment to any apartment-style shared bedroom accommodation, should those options become available.
Non-NYU, Affiliated Applicants: The following options are presently available: shared bedrooms in Brittany, Carlyle, Gramercy, Lipton, and Rubin Halls and single bedrooms in Alumni and Rubin Halls
NYU Affiliated Applicants:The following options are presently available: shared bedrooms in Brittany, Carlyle, Gramercy, Lipton, Palladium, and Rubin Halls and single bedrooms in Alumni and Rubin Halls
Applicants will provide affiliation information, reservation dates, residence hall preferences, and roommate/suitemate requests on the application. Applicants will be required to submit at least two building preferences.
Applicants are required to submit a $500 reservation payment with their application for Summer Housing.
The $500 reservation payment will be credited to the applicant’s account and will count towards overall summer housing costs. Please note, all requests to cancel NYU Summer Housing are subject to a cancellation fee.
Applicants may submit payment online or by mailing in a check or money order. Applications are not complete until payment is received.
Please note, the checking account must be from a US based bank that allows ACH transactions (ACH is an electronic network for financial transactions in the US). Applicants must provide their checking account number as well as their bank’s routing number (both of these numbers can be found on a blank check).
Please note that upon entering payment, your checking account will be debited for the payment amount. If NYU Summer Housing is unable to offer housing, the payment will be fully refunded.
Applicants who wish to pay by money order or who would prefer to pay with a standard bank check may submit payment by mail.
Payments by mail must be received by NYU Summer Housing within one week of application completion. Checks or money orders must be made payable to “New York University.”
Please download the payment form, attach your check or money order to the form, and return the documents to the mailing address listed on the form.
Please review the information on this page for payment options for applicants not in the US.
Please note, applications are not considered complete until payment is received.
NYU does not accept credit card payments.
In accordance with the applicable local, state, and federal disability laws, New York University will provide reasonable accommodations for an individual eligible to reside in Summer Housing who has a qualifying physical or mental disability.
For information about submitting a reasonable housing accommodation application, please visit the NYU Moses Center for Students with Disabilities website.
The deadline for summer residents with a confirmed reservation to submit documentation to the Moses Center is March 30, 2018. Documentation submitted after this date will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Applicants under the age of 18 are eligible to apply provided they will be actively participating in an NYU sponsored high school program during their residency. For more information about these programs, please visit our High School Programs website.
At a later time, depending on the programmatic affiliation, applicants under 18 may be contacted to submit a consent form completed by a parent or guardian.