McGhee Admissions FAQs-Housing
Yes. The NYU Off-Campus Housing Office provides assistance to current and newly admitted NYU students, faculty and staff members who are not eligible for, or who are not interested in, NYU student housing, including those with families or nonstudent roommates who are seeking private off-campus apartment rentals. More information is available through the NYU Off-Campus Housing Guide. You must be an admitted student to log into the off-campus housing search portal.
Although the majority of McGhee undergraduates live off campus, some full-time students (including our international students) may seek to live in University housing. Residence halls located in Manhattan’s historic Greenwich Village and the surrounding neighborhoods are comfortable, safe, and secure. Students live, meet, and make friends with peers from across the country and around the world. Faculty fellows-in-residence set an intellectual tone in the residence halls, living among students to encourage meaningful dialogue and a sense of community.
Information on the housing application process and residence hall facilities available to students is available via the Office of Residential Life and Housing Services.
For the fall term, housing applications must be submitted by June 1. After that date, applicants are placed on a housing waitlist. Admitted students for the spring term may apply for housing through the housing waitlist.