Campus Housing

Location
New York City, NY
Undergrads
1,423
Tuition
$37,810
Admission Difficulty
Easy
Branch Campus Of
The New School
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4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The 13th st dorm is not the best place I've ever lived, but it is not terrible. The basement is a dining hall, and the building is located very close to classes. It was a good place to live as a freshman, but students need to move out once they become sophomores. The social atmosphere felt generally non-existent, as many people do their own thing.

2 College Junior

Campus Housing: If you are coming in from out of state, and you have no contacts here, then and only then would I recommend applying for a semester/year contract in the dorms. Cinderblock prisons of little space and poor design, with only a view of the other miserable buildings next to you.

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4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Of the 5 dorms we have, I'd suggest requesting University Center, not only are they the newest ones, but the most spacious too. The floors are also made with a material that prevents dish-ware from breaking when it drops. My favorite parts though are the dry-erase boards on every door and the larger refrigerators. They are the same price as Stuyvesant, but cooler. The only dorm that seems to have a real social scene though is "Stuy" (an all freshman/ first-year dorm), there are always people hanging out outside. I wouldn't suggest rooming in 13th Street, 20th Street or Loeb Hall, as none of them seem to have any sense of community. The only redeeming factor for 13th Street is that they have a café, but it really isn't worth it; the dorms are extremely compact (bunk beds), have no kitchen, and have communal bathrooms (ew.)

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Facts & Statistics

Types of Housing Offered
  • Apartments for single students
  • Coed dorms
  • Special housing for disabled students
  • Wellness housing
Undergrads Living On Campus
27%
Freshmen Living On Campus
80%
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