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NYU Residence Halls Help Students Find Their Home Away from Home
NYU residence halls are a great place for students to live, learn, and find community on campus.
Learn Where You Live in NYU’s First-Year Residence Halls
Get to know the first-year residence halls in Greenwich Village and Downtown Brooklyn.
They’re Not Called Dorms? Navigating NYU Residence Halls
NYU offers a wide variety of residence hall experiences that help students make a home on the campus without walls.
Living in NYC: Guide to First Year Residence Halls
Excited to call NYU home? Check this out to get more details about some of our first-year residence halls and where you may be staying when you arrive on campus.
Othmer Residence Hall
Othmer Hall is one of two residence hall options for students living in Brooklyn. All Tandon School of Engineering who live on campus during their freshman year will live in one of these two halls. Traditional style rooms and apartment style rooms are available for students.
Weinstein Residence Hall
Weinstein Hall is one of the 21 residence halls available to NYU students and one of 10 residence halls exclusively for first-year students. Housing is guaranteed for all first-year students that remain in housing throughout their four years. Weinstein is also home to four of NYU’s dining halls which are available to any student with a meal plan.
Lipton is a first-year residence hall that houses 700 students and is part of the First Year Residential Experience. It’s location just across from Washington Square Park allows its residents to easily access many campus buildings. Lipton has many communal areas for students to relax and socialize including a community kitchen, game room, dance and music practice rooms, and study spaces. Lipton Hall is also home to a dining hall on the main level of the building.
For NYU’s Office of Public Safety, the safety and wellbeing of the NYU community is their top priority. Located conveniently at 561 LaGuardia Place, their lobby is open around the clock and staffed with officers available to provide assistance. In addition, there are Public Safety Officers at the entrance of each NYU building, including our residence halls. And an NYU ID card is required for entry into all NYU buildings.