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Campus Housing


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3 College Junior

Campus Housing: Decent fitness facilities. Miniature rooms. Awful food.

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3 College Senior

Campus Housing: average housing for college. not as spacious as traditional colleges but understandable for NYC

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Three dorms are offered to incoming / new transfer students while one dorm building is offered for returning students. With a large student body of out-of-state students and international students more space is needed in the dorms. The apartment style dorm are better than tradition because the students are able to cook for themselves and have better control over their diet and money. The freshman dorms are convenient across the street from the campus, so working late into the night is easier to do. The housing process is okay and depending on who your advisor is the faster the process goes. The social atmosphere within the dorms includes much isolation. The most communication is made with your roommate(s) /suitemate(s) and not the others on your floor.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: I don't live on campus so I don't know

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: The dorms are really cool and clean but if you live in New York I wouldn't dorm. It's so expensive.


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FIT is home to more than 2,300 students, based on a first-come, first-served basis. Three residence halls (Alumni, Nagler, and Coed) are located conveniently across the street from FIT's campus. These halls typically house incoming freshmen and new students. FIT also has a newer residence hall, George and Mariana Kaufman Hall, located on West 31st Street between Ninth and 10th avenues, which typically houses upperclassmen. Although some students think it is a far walk from campus, others think the newer rooms are worth the distance.

Students can take advantage of the reasonably priced campus housing, especially since they are located in one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Manhattan. The Department of Residential Life hosts several social activities a semester, which give students a chance to meet others.

Facts & Statistics

On-Campus Housing Available?
Campus Housing Capacity
Average Housing Costs
Types of Housing Offered
  • Apartments for single students
  • Coed dorms
  • Special housing for disabled students
  • Women's dorms
Undergrads Living On Campus
Freshmen Living On Campus
Number of Dormitories
Number of Campus-Owned Apartments
Best Freshman Dorms
Alumni Hall
Best Upperclassman Dorms
George S. and Mariana Kaufman Residence Hall
Worst Freshman Dorms
Nagler Hall
Worst Upperclassman Dorms
Nagler Hall
What You Get
  • Bed
  • Cable TV and phone jacks
  • Closet
  • Desk and chair
  • Dresser
  • Internet connection
  • Kitchen table with chairs (suites)
  • Window coverings
Did You Know?
To qualify as a New York State resident, students must establish legal residence at least one year preceding the date of the semester.

DormitoriesWhat's This?

Coed Hall
Floors: 15
Number of Occupants: 250-499
Bathrooms: Communal, private
Coed: Yes
Residents: Freshmen and sophomores
Room Types: Doubles, triples, apartments (doubles)
Special Features: Air conditioning, community kitchen, laundry facilities, outdoor courtyard, TV/game lounge, work/study rooms; apartments include full kitchen
Nagler Hall
Floors: 10
Number of Occupants: 250-499
Bathrooms: Communal, private
Coed: No, women only
Residents: Freshmen and sophomores
Room Types: Doubles, apartments (doubles)
Special Features: Community kitchen, laundry facilities, study lounge, TV lounge/work room; apartments include full kitchen.

Campus-Owned ApartmentsWhat's This?

Alumni Hall
Floors: 18
Number of Units: 100-249
Bathrooms: Private by unit
Coed: Yes
Residents: Freshmen and sophomores
Room Types: Two-bedroom apartments (doubles)
Special Features: Dining/kitchen area in each unit, first-floor work room, laundry facilities, TV lounge, vending machines; home to Residential Life Office
George S. and Martha Kaufman Residence Hall
Floors: 15
Number of Units: 250+
Bathrooms: Private by unit
Coed: Yes
Residents: Upperclassmen
Room Types: One- and two-bedroom apartments (singles, doubles, triples)
Special Features: Air conditioning, dining/kitchen area in each unit, fitness center, laundry facilities, study/cyber lounge

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