Study Abroad / Internships
Returning from Abroad / Internship
Students who are not living on campus because they are studying abroad or participating in an internship during the fall semester will receive an email from Residence Life shortly after Fall Break with information about obtaining housing for the spring semester. Students will be directed to the Housing and Dining Webpage to complete a housing application and identify preferred roommates. Because of the number of mid-semester changes, students will not be notified of their specific housing assignment until mid/late December. Housing charges for the spring semester will not appear on the Fall bill but will be added in January.
Residence Life will guarantee a student an on-campus housing assignment upon his/her return from abroad/internships. However, Residence Life cannot guarantee a student a particular housing assignment. Residence Life will not remove a student from his/her assignment nor leave a space vacant to accommodate the needs of a returning student. Vacancies will be filled throughout the Fall and Spring Semesters. Given this, preferred roommates and/or apartment groups may or may not be placed in a housing assignment together upon return to the University.
Housing Options for New York City Internships
For your reference, the following is a list of companies that assist students with finding housing while interning in New York City. Please note that the University does not endorse any of the companies listed below:
|Educational Housing Services (EHS)||Call EHS for more information at (888) 255-0296 or visit http://studenthousing.org/and/university||All EHS Residences Feature:
Furnished Rooms with Private Bathrooms
Free: WIFI, Cable TV, and Air Conditioning
24-Hour Security, Complimentary Sightseeing Events and more!
Student Apartment Solutions
|Helps students find safe, comfortable and centrally located housing in New York City for both the short and long-term.|