• You Belong Here

    Living on campus is an integral part of any college experience and an important component of academic success. Community living provides valuable opportunities to meet new friends, make connections, and encounter new challenges in a safe and supportive environment.   

    It is our mission to enhance your learning experience by providing residential communities that support your academic and personal growth. Our foremost focus is on your safety as you learn to navigate and balance life and school in your new home in this busy city. As you learn to live more independently, you will discover and appreciate differences that allow you to develop and grow through the shared experiences of on-campus living.

    Our residence halls house more than 1,900 first-year, upper-class, and graduate New School students from an array of cultures and backgrounds. Halls are located in Greenwich Village (Kerrey Hall), the East Village (Loeb Hall and Stuyvesant Park), and Chelsea (20th Street Residence Hall) and extend to the 92nd Street Y on the Upper East Side. Each hall has a team of staff members who are dedicated to creating opportunities with you in our residential education program so that we can ensure that all students find the place where they feel that they can be themselves and belong. Our Resident Advisor (RA) team is the backbone of your community and will work to ensure that open doors and open minds are met with fresh perspectives and support for intellectual and personal risk taking. RAs also support and work with our Hall Councils and SICs to guarantee that you have opportunities to make change, learn from others, and develop skills that will prepare you for challenges in and outside of the classroom.  

    If you’d like additional information or if we can support you in any way, please email us at universityhousing@newschool.edu or give us a call at 212.229.5459. We think you’ll like it here!