If you require staying in NYU housing, you must indicate this on the 2016 MPAP Summer Programs Application.
There is a Priority Application Deadline to submit your application and Audition Materials (see the tables below for dates). Submitting your application and materials by the deadline will guarantee you a spot in NYU Summer Housing should you be accepted into a program. Submitting your application and materials after the deadline will not guarantee you housing.
The majority of MPAP Summer Programs are considered long-term group housing. Long-term housing applies to programs lasting a week or longer, while short-term housing applies to programs and conferences shorter than a week.
Long-term group students pay $234 per week (Sunday to Saturday) for shared space and are required to purchase a $160 per week meal plan which includes 10 meals and 30 Dining Dollars. Though long-term rooms are reserved by the week from Sunday to Saturday, not all programs begin on a Monday. The course start date may come a few days after the official move-in date, however the cost does not change. You are not obligated to use the space during that time, but are you welcome to check into the dorm on the official move-in day. Due to the high volume of visiting students in NYU housing during the summer, only shared rooms are available. Please note:.
- Kodály Summer Institute students that require housing have a different set of accomodations. To learn more, please visit the Kodály Housing page.
The majority of MPAP students are housed in student dormitory rooms in Weinstein Hall, located at 5 University Place, right near Washington Square Park and the main NYU campus in Greenwich Village. Weinstein Hall features include:
- The building is an air-conditioned residence hall
- Conveniently located within walking distance to the Washington Square Campus area
- Only a few blocks from Union Square, which offers numerous transportation options as well as restuarants and shopping
- Shared occupancy bedrooms for two occupants in suites with up to two bedrooms (up to four residents in each suite)
- Each suite has a bathroom shared by all occupants of the suite
- Wireless internet service is available in all dorm rooms and public areas
- There are three student lounges with televisions, vending machine, computers, etc.
- Dining hall facilities on the lower levels of the building.
Personnel from the NYU Department of Public Safety monitor access at each residence hall. All participants will be required to provide proper identification upon entering the residence hall. Participants are not permitted to have overnight guests.
Upon their arrival, guests will check-in at the residence hall resource center. Here they will receive their room key, a temporary identification card allowing them access to the residence hall.
There is a laundry room in the building that students may use if they would like to wash their linen during their stay. Please note that all NYU laundry facilities only accept NYU Campus Cash as a form of payment.
Residents must provide their own toiletries. These items can be purchased at local drug stores which can be found within two blocks of the building. Rooms are cleaned prior to occupancy and after departure, however, no cleaning service is provided during the guests' occupancy of the bedroom and/or suite.
Weinstein Hall is a traditional hall without kitchens and therefore a meal plan is required for Long-Term Group Housing students (see above). Also, there are NYU Dining Halls located as little as two blocks from the hall.