Due to concerns related to the Coronavirus outbreak, all Music and Performing Arts Professions Summer Programs will be held remotely for the summer of 2020. Therefore, no housing will be available.
Long-Term Housing - Weinstein Hall
Non-credit summer workshops 1-week or longer
2020 Long-Term Housing & Meal Plan Rates
- Housing Fee: $279 per week
- Meal Plan Fee (required of all residential students): $170 per week
Total Expected Cost: $449 per week (Housing & Meal Plan)
How to Apply
Do not apply for NYU housing on your own via the housing offices public website. The MPAP Summer Programs housing application process is custom and different from the information advertised on the NYU housing websites.
Only students who have been admitted into a MPAP Summer Program should apply for NYU Summer Housing. Exact Instructions on how to apply for NYU MPAP Summer Housing are emailed directly to admitted students only after the point in which they accept their spot within the program. Completing the housing application correctly via the MPAP housing instructions will guarantee the student will be placed in the correct housing group within Weinstein Hall.
If you have been admitted into a workshop, you have accepted your spot but you have not yet received the housing application instructional email, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
All residence halls are coed by floor. Individual bedrooms and suites are single sex. NYU residence halls are smoke-free and smoking is not permitted in any area within the residence hall, including private living areas. Read more about our policies. Residents are responsible for cleaning their bedrooms and all shared areas within their suite.
Please note: We cannot guarantee that all participants from a group or company will be housed together. Some participants may be housed with residents not affiliated with their sponsoring group or organization.
All residents are provided with the following furniture items: extra-long twin size bed (some bunked), mattress, desk, desk chair, and dresser.
Additional furniture may not be brought into the halls. It is recommended that residents bring additional lighting to supplement in-room lighting.
For information, please visit the How to Apply section of our website.
Individuals approved for reasonable accommodations through the Moses Center may be housed in an alternative residence hall in order to fulfill the approved special housing accommodation.
Safety & Security
The NYU Department of Public Safety is responsible for the safety and security of NYU residence halls. Public Safety personnel are assigned to each residence hall at all times. Residents must obtain an NYU photo ID card (NYUCard) upon their arrival and must present this identification to the Public Safety Officer or swipe their NYUCard at the building turnstile each time they enter the residence hall. All guests must provide photo identification and must be signed into the hall by their host.
Residence Hall Staffing
All buildings are staffed by a full time, professional, live-in Residence Hall Director, assisted by a team of professional and paraprofessional staff.
Summer residents living in NYU Summer Housing receive the following services:
- Access to NYU athletic facilities, 404 Fitness and the Palladium Athletic Facility
- Cable television service in all residence hall rooms (residents must bring a TV to access cable)
- Wireless Internet Service in all residence hall rooms
- Campus Dining options
- Laundry facilities in all residence halls
- Resource Centers located in the lobby of each Residence Hall to serve as the main contact for check-in/out, mail & package distribution, visitor assistance, and maintenance requests.
If individual participants will be responsible for their own charges, a $500 reservation payment is required upon accepting your spot into your summer workshop OR upon completion of the online housing application. The NYU Bursar’s Office will send a bill directly to the individual via email, which is due in full before check-in.
NOTE: Although you will be billed for your course fee when you are initially enrolled in your workshop, your separate housing bill will not appear in your E-Suite (Bursars online account) until later (often 1 to 2 weeks prior to the start of the workshop).
Check-In & Check-Out Procedure
Residents can check in to their assigned hall anytime after 9:00 am on the Sunday before their program starts. Any request for an exception to the designated check-in time must be discussed with a Summer Housing representative.
Residents must check out of NYU Housing and turn in their room key as well as their NYU Photo ID by 11:00 AM on the Saturday after their program ends. Any request for an exception to the designated check-out time must be discussed with a Summer Housing representative (which includes the Residential Hall front desk/resource center).
For more information about Long Term Group Housing, please call NYU Summer Housing at 212-998-4600 or email them at email@example.com.
For Conferences only, not Summer Workshops
How to Reserve
Do not apply for NYU housing on your own via the housing offices public websites. MPAP Summer Programs housing application process is custom and different from the information advertised on their websites.
Only registered conference attendees are qualified for NYU Short-Term Summer Housing. Short-Term housing can be reserved and paid for within the conference registration site directly.
2020 Short-Term Housing Rates
- Shared occupancy bedroom, multi-bedroom suite air conditioned: $71 per night per resident
- Single occupancy bedroom, multi-bedroom suite air conditioned: $105 per night per resident
Residence Hall Accommodations
Short-term conference programs will be housed in unadorned air-conditioned student dormitory rooms in locations near the Washington Square campus. Most conference groups are housed in Founders Hall.
If the designated short-term conference residence halls are not available, NYU reserves the right to assign a group to a different residence hall based upon space availability.
- All residents must be at least 18 years of age.
- We cannot accommodate family housing requests, including spouses, partners and children not attending the program/event.
All short-term accommodations offer:
- Air-conditioned, shared occupancy bedrooms for two occupants and single occupancy bedrooms in shared suites with up to two bedrooms (up to four residents in each suite)
- An in-suite bathroom
- Wireless internet service
- Bedrooms furnished with an extra-long twin bed, dresser, desk & chair.
- Limited overhead lighting in each bedroom
- Bedding (sheets, pillow & blanket) and towel
Additional furniture may not be brought into the halls. Smoking is not permitted in NYU Residence Halls.
If any participants require special accommodation based on a medical condition or disability, please notify a Summer Housing representative at the time of your group request to discuss the type of accommodation needed.
Safety & Security
Each residence hall has 24 hour security provided by the NYU Department of Public Safety. All residents will receive a temporary ID card upon checking in. Residents will be required to present this ID card upon entry into the residence hall. Short-term residents are not able to have guests in the Residence Hall.
Residence Hall Staffing
All buildings are staffed with a full time, professional, live-in Residence Hall Director, assisted by a team of professional and paraprofessional staff.
Each residence hall has a resource center, which serves as the primary contact point for information, check-in, check-out, maintenance concerns, and emergencies.
Please note that all washers and dryers in NYU residence halls only accept NYU Campus Cash as payment (no cash, change, or credit cards). In order to utilize the laundry machines, arrangements must be made with NYU Campus Cash prior to the program’s arrival. Please contact NYU Campus Cash by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Wireless internet is available throughout NYU facilities. Guests can obtain the guest User ID and Password at their residence hall resource center.
- NYU does not provide in-room telephone or cable television to short-term residents.
- NYU does not provide toiletries to short-term residents.
- Residents are responsible for the daily upkeep of their own living area, including bathroom. Cleaning service is not provided in occupied rooms.
Cancellation Policy & Timeline
Cancellations or reservation reductions (including no-shows) received fewer than six weeks prior to the reservation start date will result in a charge of $50 per cancellation/reduction.
Check-In & Check-Out Procedure:
Residents can check in to their assigned hall between 4:00 PM and 8:00 PM. Any request for an exception to the designated check-in time must be discussed with a Summer Housing representative.
Residents must check out of NYU Housing and turn in their room key by 11:00 AM. Any request for an exception to the designated check-out time must be discussed with a Summer Housing representative.
For more information about Short-Term Summer Housing, please call Summer Housing at 212-998-4600 or email us at email@example.com