Please review the information below prior to submitting the application.
All Summer Housing Applications should be submitted online by Monday, March 3, 2014 for priority in the assignment process. We begin making assignments at the Mid of March, and weekly thereafter, so you should apply as soon as possible. Applications will be accepted after this date, but your choices will become more limited as we proceed with assignments. Individuals who apply by March 3 will receive confirmation of their room assignment in Mid March.
University ID Number
Your University ID Number will be your University account number once your application has been processed.
This is your permanent address.
University or other temporary address. This information should only be completed if this is where you want to have your confirmation sent. Please indicate the last date that information can be sent to you at this address in the Valid Until section.
This information will be used in the case of an emergency.
Single or Family/Couple
We are pleased to be able to accommodate requests from families, including those with children under the age of 18. Please indicate if you are applying for single or family/couple housing. If you are applying for family housing, please indicate the name of accompanying adult and name(s)and age(s) of children, if applicable.
Summer Employer or Affiliation
Please indicate your summer employer or NYC affiliation.
Specific apartmentmates may be requested but cannot be guaranteed. Each applicant must select the other and apply for comparable lengths of stay.
Weeks of Stay and Total Weeks Requested
Transition HousingCurrent spring 2014 residents who request, and are confirmed, for a summer housing stay for week 1 (June 1, 2014), may apply for Transition Housing. Current residents switching into a different apartment assignment for the Transition week and summer will be required to do so on Sunday, May 25. Residents will be charged the Summer 2014 weekly rate that corresponds with the apartment type to which they are assigned during this time.
Note the following:
- Only current spring 2014 residents who are requesting summer housing as of week 1 (June 1, 2014) are eligible for Transition Week housing.
- Summer housing applicants must apply for a minimum stay of 4 consecutive weeks. Transition Week housing accounts for 1 week of the minimun stay of 4 weeks.
Summer Term HousingThe Summer Term begins on June 1, 2014 and ends on August 9, 2014. Applicants may apply for a stay of 4 to 10 consecutive weeks. You must indicate both a start date and an end date. The start date must be on a Sunday and end date must be on a Saturday.
Summer to Fall HousingNYU School of Law students who and have a summer housing assignment for week 10 of the Summer Term (August 3 to August 9, 2014), and have a confirmed Fall 2014 housing assignment, may apply for accommodations from August 10 (End of the Summer Program) to August TBD (Start of the Academic Year License Period). Those applicants assigned during this period must switch into their academic year housing assignment on August 10. Residents will be charged the 2014-15 early arrival rate that corresponds with the apartment type to which they are assigned. Due to the arrival of the entering class only those residents with a Fall 2014 housing assignment will be accommodated during this time.
Applicants currently living in a Law School residence should indicate here if they would like to remain in their current apartment or if they would like to move into their Fall 2014 assignment as determined in this year's housing lottery and room draw and if their Fall 2014 assigned apartment is not available if they would like to move into their Fall assigned building or if they would like to remain in their current apartment for the summer. Indicate "None of the Above" if you do not currently live in School of Law Housing or if you do currently live in School of Law housing but do not wish to remain in your current apartment or move into your Fall 2014 assignment for the summer.
Those applicants not currently living in an NYU School of Law residence and those currently living in an NYU School of Law residence that do not want to stay in their current apartment or move into their Fall 2014 assignment should list in order of preference all choices of building, apartment type, and occupancy which you will accept. We have only a limited number of studio and one-bedroom apartments. Preferences will be considered based on availability. It is to your advantage to apply as soon as possible. If your preferences are not available, and you do not indicate that you will accept an alternate assignment, you will be placed on the waitlist.
Please review the rates and accommodation options prior to submitting the application.
Current residents switching into a different apartment assignment for the summer will be required to do so as scheduled by the Department of Residence Services (Sunday, May 25 at 10:00 a.m.).
Please note information that may be helpful in assigning you an apartment and apartmentmate(s). This information will be considered and accommodated if an appropriate match is available. The Office of Residential Life is unable to accept requests based upon race, religious creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, age, or marital or parental status.
Reasonable Accommodations: In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, New York University will provide reasonable accommodations for a student eligible to reside in School of Law housing who has a qualifying physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities and has a record of such an impairment or is regarded as having such an impairment. In order to be considered for a special housing accommodation you must complete the Special Housing Accommodation Request Form provided at the Moses Center and return it to the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities, 719 Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10003, ATTN: Special Housing Accommodations. You can also call 212-998-4980(/voice/TTY). Information provided to the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities is kept confidential and only will be shared within the University as is necessary to evaluate the request.
Summer 2014 License Agreement
All applicants must agree to comply with the License Agreement.
Should you decide to cancel your summer housing assignment, you must do so online by April 5, 2014 to be without penalty. Unless your request to cancel or change your dates of stay is received and approved by April 5, 2014, or by the date indicated in your initial assignment letter, the license binds you to all terms for the full license period. Cancellation receipts will be issued; it is important that you keep this receipt as proof of your cancellation for future reference.
Fees and Payments
NYU School of Law students not currently in NYU School of Law housing must submit a $1000 deposit with your application. This deposit should be submitted to the Office of Residential Life, Mercer Residence, in the form of a check made payable to New York University.
Payment for all summer housing charges must be made in full by Friday, June 6, 2014. Those summer residents who fail to make payment by June 6, 2014 will be unable to participate in the course selection lottery and will be charged a $100 late payment fee. Residents who face financial hardship should contact the Office of Student Financial Services to arrange a housing payment plan. Residents with an approved housing payment plan will not be assessed the $100 late payment fee.
Unless your account is paid in full by June 6 you will not be permitted to participate in several important student processes. Specifically, if you have an arrears balance from a prior semester, you will not be permitted to register for courses in the Course Registration Lottery. If you have paid your balance for the prior semester but will not make the summer housing payment by the Bursar's deadline of June 6, your Course Registration Lottery requests will not be processed (even if you entered your requests on Albert).
Students who are financially obligated to the University for tuition, housing, library or other services will have a "HOLD" placed on their account until all arrears have been paid. This means the following:
1) Course Lottery and Drop/Add Registrations will not be processed
2) state bar examination will not be certified;
3) official transcript will not be printed; and
4) a diploma will not be issued.
Summer Housing Application for Current NYU School of Law Students
NOTE: Read the License Agreement as well as all information pertaining to the Summer Housing program for NYU School of Law students available on this site. The license is a binding contract, and all applicants must agree to adhere to the terms and conditions set forth. All applicants agree to review and abide by all policies and regulations of the University and NYU School of Law Department of Residence Services that are or shall become effective during the license period.
Current NYU School of Law students apply here