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Residential Life and Housing, NYC

Room Selection: Housing Options

Buildings and Room Rates for 2020 - 2021

Below is a list of the two buildings that will be available during room selection, as well as starting room counts and semester room rates for 2020/21. Please see below for information regarding room eligibility, theme floors, room gender and the guaranteed waitlist.  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. View our Building Descriptions page.

33 Beekman, Manhattan

  • doubles (upper-class students only) - $9,570/semester
  • standard triples (upper-class students only) - $9,570/semester
  • standard quads (upper-class students only) - $9030/semester
  • singles (upper-class students only) - $10,710/semester

55 John Street, Manhattan

  • doubles (upper-class students only) - $9,570/semester
  • standard triples (upper-class students only) - $9,570/semester

Room Selection Tours and Information Sessions, Off Campus Housing Information Sessions

Room Selection Tours and Information Sessions: All tours have been cancelled. We encourage you to visit our website to learn more about 33 Beekman and 55 John Street. 


NYC Guaranteed Housing Pool

Students who complete a deposit and application for NYC housing during the room selection process will all be guaranteed fall housing. While some students will link with other roommates and select a room through the online room selection process, and others will get their room assignments during the "in person" selection processes (e.g. for Medical Accommodations and All Gender housing), other students will simply be placed in the NYC Guaranteed Housing Pool. Students who do not choose a room "in person", or via the online selection process, will remain guaranteed housing, and willbe assigned to a room by the end of July. These assignments will be conducted manually by the housing staff. Students in the pool will be prioritized according to their RSN, and will, on a space available basis, be placed in rooms that most closely match their preferences (building and floor height) with students who are as close a "fit" as possible (we attempt to match as closely as we can with other students on the criteria of smoking status, bedtime, study habits and organizational style). While we are generally able to grant most preferences and place students who appear to be strong matches, please note that we cannot guarantee all preferences, and not all matches will be "100%" on all criteria.