Housing

Requests to Change Dates of Stay


All Requests to Change Dates of Stay must be submitted in writing to the Office of Residential Life, 240 Mercer Street, by the applicant. Your initial reservation does not give you priority for changing your dates of stay. No request to change an arrival or departure date is guaranteed.

Unless your request to change your dates of stay is received and approved by April 15, 2014, the license binds you to all terms for the full license period.  All requests received after April 15, to extend a stay will be granted based on available space.  All requests received after April 15, to shorten a stay will be granted based on the need for the space for another resident.  No request to change an arrival or departure date is guaranteed.  Unless a written request to shorten a length of stay is approved, the license binds you to all terms for the full license period.

 

Arrival and Departure Date Changes

No request to change an arrival or departure date is guaranteed. Your initial reservation does not give you priority for changing your dates of stay. Residents are charged on a full-week basis (Sunday-Saturday) regardless of whether they arrive later or leave earlier than the confirmed lease period. Unless a written request to shorten a length of stay is approved, the license binds you to all terms for the full license period.

 

Extension Requests

No extension is guaranteed. Your initial reservation does not give you priority for extending your stay. If your hall/room is not available at the time of your extension request, you must check-out by your original departure date. There will be no extensions beyond August 9, 2014, unless you are a matriculated NYU School of Law student with a confirmed fall 2014 housing assignment.

 

 

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