Features (Alphabetical Listing)
Building and Neighborhood Guide
When assigned you will receive a building and neighborhood guide via email which, in addition to providing you with information about our facilities, is a directory to a variety of neighborhood resources including local banks, dry cleaners, grocery stores, shoemakers and video stores.
Cable hook-up is available in D'Agostino Hall and Mercer Residence. University Cable Service offers access to over 30 channels of programming, including national cable networks and University programming. There is no additional charge for cable use, but residents must supply their own televisions and cable connecting cords. Residents of 130 MacDougal Street and 230 Sullivan Street may personally contract with a local provider for service.
NYU provides safe and free campus transportation services to all summer housing residents. Schedules can be found on their Web site or at the NYU Campus Information Center, located at 50 West 4th Street.
Computers & Internet Connectivity
Computers in D'Agostino Hall and Mercer Residence offer word processing and printing capability. NYU ResNet service, providing Wireless and Ethernet connections from student rooms to the NYU computer network and the Internet, is provided to licensees in Mercer Residence and D'Agostino Hall. Family housing residents (those not the licensee) are not provided with ResNet access. Residents of 130 MacDougal Street and 230 Sullivan Street may personally contract with a local provider for service.
Laundry rooms are located in D'Agostino Hall and Mercer Residence. These facilities open daily at 7:00 a.m. and close at 11:30 p.m.
Adult summer residents/licensees are granted reading privileges at the NYU School of Law Library. You can access Lexis and Westlaw if you have your own password/ID from your home school. To use the University's Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, residents may purchase a Bobst Library "reading pass" which will allow limited access to their reading materials. There are no borrowing privileges at either library for summer residents.
Mail and Mailing Address
We do not use a separate mailbox numbering system. Your mailing address is your building address and apartment number. Mail is normally delivered once per day, Monday through Saturday (except holidays), to your apartment mailbox in the lobby of your building. Your May assignment letter will include your mailing address. Please note that no mail or packages can be accepted for any resident not formally checked-in; and no mail or packages will be accepted for anyone other than licensees and adult family members listed on family housing applications.
Rooms/Apartments are furnished with the following:
- Dresser (built-in drawers in D'Agostino Hall)
- Desk & Desk Chair
- Dining Table & Chair(s)
- Lounge Chair (Mercer Residence and 130 MacDougal Street only)
- Shower Curtain
- AC Unit
- Carpeting in Bedroom/Tile in Bathroom & Common Area
This furniture is not removable due to storage limitations.
Kitchens are equipped with the following:
- Kitchen Sink
- Tile Floors
Microwaves are not provided.
D'Agostino Hall and Mercer Residence have round-the-clock door attendants who will screen guests and visitors. All residents must show a valid NYU ID Card with a valid residence hall sticker each and every time they enter the building.
Adult licensees may use the University's Jerome M. Coles and Palladium Sports Centers. Other adult residents on family housing applications may join for an additional fee. The facilities feature swimming and diving pools, running tracks, weight rooms, aerobic equipment, climbing walls, as well as tennis, rackball, and squash courts.
Residents of D'Agostino Hall and Mercer Residence are part of the University network telephone system which allows unlimited local calls and includes call-waiting and voicemail. Phone numbers are individually assigned, not shared. In doubles and triples, each bedroom has a predesignated number assigned to the resident of that bedroom; studio and one-bedroom apartments each have a predesignated number assigned to the apartment. Your phone number will be included in your May assignment letter.
For all long distance calling, residents must purchase a calling card. All residents will need to bring their own telephone instruments; those who want them will need to bring their own answering machines. Wall phones are not permitted and cordless phones are not recommended.
All residents must plug in a phone as the phone line is also used as the intercom system.
Residents of 130 MacDougal Street and 230 Sullivan Street may personally contract with a local provider for service.
The room rates include utilities.