Life

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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.

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Students with Disabilities Have an On-Campus Support System

NYU has a robust system of support to help students who have disabilities get the most out of their college experience.

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Resilient: The NYU Student Experience in 2020

Get the inside scoop on what it’s been like at NYU this past semester.

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Small-Space Workouts You Can Do in Your Dorm

New York City isn’t exactly known for its massive apartments. We’ve got some exercises that are perfect for small spaces.

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.

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Community: Living and Learning in the Residential College

Find out more about NYU's Residential College Program, a unique community for first-year students living on campus in Goddard Hall.

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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.

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NYU Residence Halls Have Hidden Histories

Palatial hotels. Speakeasies. Record label headquarters. Our residence halls have had many past lives.

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5 Questions for an NYU Resident Assistant

An NYU resident assistant (RA) talks about adjusting to life in New York City, programming for incoming students, and what he loves most about being an RA.

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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.