General Graduate Housing (non-MacCracken)
New York City is a dynamic and exciting place in which to live and go to school. The following information is meant to help you plan for your housing so that you can arrange accommodations by the start of classes.
The majority of GSAS students live off campus and we encourage you to search for off-campus housing. The NYU Off-Campus Housing Office is an excellent resource when looking for an apartment. It helps students navigate the market by providing resources and guidance about the process of renting an apartment.
To gain access to the off-campus housing listings you will need to have a NetID and your University ID number. Searching for an Apartment describes how to obtain your netID and offers helpful tips about the New York City real estate market. Your University ID number was assigned at the time of application and, for your convenience, it is printed at the bottom of your letter of admission.
NYU on-campus graduate housing is very limited and available on a waitlist basis only to students enrolled in master’s or doctoral programs. When selecting students from the waitlist, GSAS gives priority to international students and to students who have a permanent United States address that is more than 35 miles from NYU.
To apply for housing for the Fall 2013 semester through the waitlist:
- Log into NYU Home.
- Click on the "NYU Life" tab at the top of the screen.
- Scroll down to the "Housing Forms" section and click on "Student Housing and Meal Plans Forms."
- You are now in the NYU Housing Portal. Click on the "Application" link at the top of the screen.
- Please be sure to select the non-renewable application for Fall 2013. Follow the instructions to complete and submit your application.
If you are assigned housing, you will be notified by an email from the Housing Office. Please understand that being on the waitlist does not guarantee you a place in NYU on-campus housing.
NOTE: To gain access to the non-renewable (waitlist) application, you will need to have a NetID and your University ID number. Your University ID number was assigned at the time of application and, for your convenience, it is printed at the bottom of your emailed letter of admission. You can obtain your NetID now.
If you have any questions, please contact Graduate Enrollment Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.