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Housing

There are a number of housing options available for students at the English Language Institute's New York City campus.

  • Residence Halls
  • Homestays
  • Hotels and Hostels
  • Apartments

Residence Halls

Pace offers a variety of residence halls within a five-block radius of our buzzing campus and we’ll help you find the right housing option to suit your interests. Residence Life in NYC is a reflection of the city itself – dynamic, diverse, unique. Our residential program is designed to create a supportive environment for students to live, learn, and achieve academic success. Students may live in one of three residence halls walking distance from campus: 182 Broadway, 55 John Street, or 33 Beekman. View tours of each residence hall below and follow the links for detailed information.

182 Broadway

182 Broadway building description and pricing.


55 John Street

55 John Street building description and pricing.


33 Beekman Street

33 Beekman Street building description and pricing.


Housing and Dining Costs


Housing Application Deadlines

  • Summer 2018* - Due April 1, 2018. *Summer 2018 housing information and application will be available in February/March 2018.

Housing Application Procedure

ELI Student Housing Applications must be submitted with your ELI Application before the above deadlines. Applications received after the deadline cannot be guaranteed Housing. The ELI Student Housing Application is SECTION 5 of the Form I-20 application.

A $1,200 non-refundable deposit and pre-payment are required to be considered for Housing. Instructions for paying the Housing Deposit and Pre-Payment online are included in the ELI Student Housing Application. You may direct questions regarding on-campus Housing as an ELI student to the ELI Admissions Office eli@pace.edu.

The ELI Office will forward your complete Housing Application and $1,200 deposit and pre-payment to the Office of Housing & Residential Life (OHRL). OHRL will confirm your room assignment and provide arrival and move-in instructions by e-mail typically 4-6 weeks before the semester start date.


Homestays

Staying with a local family is a great way to experience life in New York and practice your English outside of class. To find a homestay, speak with Sara's New York Homestay. Sara’s provides homes for international students in Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan; prices vary depending on location and amenities

515 East 7th St
Brooklyn, NY
(718) 284-5903


HOTELS AND HOSTELS

New York City is full of hotels and hostels.

  • Aloft Manhattan Downtown. This hotel is around the corner from Pace’s downtown campus. Special rates are available for ELI students.

49-53 Ann Street
New York, NY 10038
(212) 513-0003

  • Hostels.com lists rates and information for hostels in New York City
  • Vanderbilt YMCA is commonly used by students. Rooms are basic, but a swimming and gym are free for guests. It is an easy trip on the 4, 5 and 6 subway trains.
  • West Side YMCA is also commonly used by students. Rooms are basic, but a swimming and gym are free for guests. It is next to Central Park and 25 minutes on the A or C subway train from Pace’s downtown campus.

Apartments

Live like a New Yorker. Many students choose to live in an apartment in New York. This is a very authentic experience. There are a lot of resources available to help you find a roommate or your own apartment. The ELI has compiled a list of helpful resources or you to help make it easy for you to find a great place to live.