New York City is one of the world's most vibrant, culturally rich cities, and residents of NYU's residence halls are at the center of the excitement. Whether you're living in one of the residence halls centered around Washington Square in Greenwich Village, in Brooklyn Heights, or in a residence hall located in one of the city's other bustling neighborhoods, there is an endless amount of activity and things to do and see.
Traveling to other areas of NYU and around the city is simple and affordable too, thanks to NYU's transportation services and New York City's extensive public transportation system. Both are easy to use and will ensure that you take advantage of all that New York City offers.
- #First Year: First-Year Residential Experience; residence halls that house first-year students
- #Graduate: residence units that house graduate students
- #Upperclass: residence halls that house upperclass students (sophomores, juniors & seniors)
- #Apartment: apartment-style residence halls. A kitchen is provided in the suite/apartment, or a communal kitchen is available. Residents are not required to have a meal plan.
- #Traditional: traditional residence halls. No kitchen is provided in the suite and residents are required to maintain a meal plan.