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Room Selection: Housing Options

Buildings and Room Rates for 2015/2015

Below is a list of the three buildings that will be available during room selection, as well as initial room counts and semester room rates for 2014/15.  Please see below for information regarding room eligibility, theme floors, room gender and the guaranteed waitlist.

Buildings and Rates Room Selection Tours and Information Sessions

Returning students are able to select from rooms in the buildings listed below. The number of beds at each room type within that building has been identified, but remember that available options will decline as students select rooms. Rates and availability are subject to change. Click here to link to our Building Descriptions page.

33 Beekman, Manhattan (NEW BUILDING, opening fall 2015)

  • doubles (upper-class students only) - $8580/semester (624 beds at this rate)
  • standard triples (upper-class students only) - $8370/semester (96 beds at this rate)
  • singles (upper-class students only) - $9380/semester (10 beds at this rate)

Fulton Hall - 106 Fulton Street, Manhattan

  • common "open" quads (upper-class students only) - $7645/semester (36 beds at this rate)
  • standard two-bedrooms "closed" quads (upper-class students only) - $8400/semester (48 beds at this rate)
  • standard triples (upper-class students only) - $7928/semester (54 beds at this rate)
  • doubles (upper-class students only) - $9380/semester (42 beds at this rate)
  • standard six person suites (upper-class students only) - $7925/semester (6 beds at this rate)
  • singles (upper-class students only) - $9380/semester (6 beds at this rate)

55 John Street, Manhattan

  • doubles (upper-class students only) - $8550/semester (138 beds at this rate)
  • standard triples (upper-class students only) - $8340/semester (123 beds at this rate)

The following buildings will not be offered to returning students for 2015-2016:

  • 182 Broadway - this will be a first-year student building for the coming academic year

  • The St. George Residence - we do not anticipate offereing any rooms in St St. George for 2015-2016

The office of housing and residential life is offering tours and information sessions for the three available upper-class residence halls, along with information sessions about the room selection process. Tours will take place as follows:

  • When: 8:00PM to 9:30PM on the evenings of Tuesday 3/24, Wednesday 3/25 and Thursday 3/26
  • Where: meet in the 106 Fulton 2nd floor lounge
  • What: tours provided of 106 Fulton and 55 John Street; slide-show and information available for 33 Beekman; general information available regarding the room selection process

Selecting a Room

Available Beds

During the room selection process, individuals participating in room selection alone will be able to choose any available bed. Students participating as part of a group will be able to choose any available room, provided it has enough beds for their group. Students participating as part of a group of 2 or more must choose a room that has enough vacant beds to accommodate their entire group. If a larger group chooses a room with fewer available beds, one or more students may be left without housing.

Room Gender

Students will not be able to select rooms where there is a gender conflict. For example, if the first bed in a double room has already been selected by one male student, the second bed can only be selected by another male student. Students who are seeking a gender neutral housing option should review the Gender Neutral Housing information page.

Selecting Theme Floors

During the room selection process, all students will be permitted to select a room on a theme floor (theme floors will be easily identified by the room type). In choosing a theme floor room, students are agreeing to participate in the programming of that theme. More information on theme floors is available here. Please note that students who place themselves on the HONORS FLOOR during room selection MUST BE HONORS STUDENTS. Non-honors students who select that floor may be reassigned by housing at any time.


Guaranteed Housing Waitlist

During the room selection process, the inventory of available rooms will diminish over time. Students choosing later in the process will have the smallest number of available options. Students who cannot find a room that meets their needs (or who cannot find a room at all, because all available housing has been filled) can place themselves on the GUARANTEED HOUSING WAITLIST. This option will appear as a building choice. Choosing this option will guarantee you fall housing, but you will not know what your room assignment will be until late in the summer. Students on the GUARANTEED HOUSING WAITLIST will be placed in vacancies in actual buildings as they occur throughout the summer. Roommate connections WILL NOT be preserved for students who place themselves on the GUARANTEED HOUSING WAITLIST. The housing cancellation and deposit refund policies are the same for GUARANTEED HOUSING WAITLIST students as for students who select an actual room assignment.