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NYU STUDENT HOUSING GUIDE

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New York University finds itself in the unique position of being "in and of" New York City, with 21 Residence Halls throughout Manhattan, housing over 10,000 students, all of whom have the opportunity to live at the center of the NYU community or become part of the many neighborhoods of New York. Wherever students find themselves, NYU residence halls are well-staffed and well-maintained, giving students a real New York living experience. This Guide has been designed to enhance the depth of your experience as a member of the NYU community and contains valuable information about policies, procedures, and resources you can refer to throughout the year. Read the information thoroughly and contact any of us if you have questions or need assistance.

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INTRODUCTION

CONTENTS

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ADMISSIONS ­ Office Of Undergraduate Admissions DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS ­ Student Resource Center ­ The Center for Multicultural Education and Programs ­ Wasserman Center for Career Development ­ Henry and Lucy Moses Center for Students With Disabilities ­ Office for International Students and Scholars ­ Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Student Services ­ Office of Student Activities

OFFICES & SERVICES ­ Facilities and Construction Management ­ Dining Services ­ Off Campus Housing ­ How Meal Plans Work COMMUNICATION ­ Campus Cable/NYU-TV ­ Computer Services ­ Telephone Services PUBLIC SAFETY ­ Command Center ­ Administrative Office ­ Palladium Substation ­ Campus Transportation MAIL SERVICES ­ Copy Central

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OFFICE OF THE BURSAR ­ Main Office ­ Leonard N. Stern School of Business ­ David B. Kriser Dental Center FINANCIAL AID ­ Office Of Financial Aid REGISTRATION ­ Office of the University Registrar ­ Albert STUDY ABROAD AND EXCHANGE PROGRAMS ­ Office Of Study Abroad Admissions WELCOME CENTER NYU ATHLETIC FACILITIES ­ Jerome S. Coles Sports and Recreation Center ­ Palladium Athletic Facility

HEALTH SERVICES ­ Wellness Exchange ­ Student Health Center ­ Medical Services at SHC ­ Counseling Services ­ Emergencies and After Hour Crisis Response RELATED DEPARTMENTS

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HOUSING GUARANTEE ­ Student Conduct ­ Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) ­ Insurance for Personal Property ­ Fire Safety ­ Check-in ­ Check-out UNDERGRADUATE RE-APPLICATION AND ROOM SELECTION GRADUATE RE-APPLICATION NON-RENEWABLE APPLICATION ROOMMATE RELATIONS ROOM CHANGES REQUEST FOR SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION CANCELLATIONS ­ Withdrawal ­ December Graduation LEAVE OF ABSENCE ­ Medical Leave ­ NYU Study Abroad ­ NYU Academic Leave ­ Personal Leave ­ Non NYU Study Abroad

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GUIDE TO GREEN LIVING FOR NYU RESIDENTS

WHAT IS SUSTAINABILITY? ­ Computing ­ Electricity ­ Recycling ­ Water ­ Eating ­ Transportation ­ Sustainability Task Force ­ Green Grants ­ Around Campus ­ Links to Resources and More Information APPENDIX

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PETITION FOR RELEASE

CHARGE ADJUSTMENTS

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APPENDIX A: 2011­2012 ­ NYU Student Housing License APPENDIX B: 2011­2012 ­ Dining Plans and Rates

APPENDIX C: 2011­2012 ­ Undergraduate Housing Rates

APPENDIX D: 2011­2012 ­ Graduate Housing Rates

APPENDIX E: 2011­2012 ­ Calendar

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ACADEMIC YEAR HOUSING SUMMER HOUSING

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726 Broadway 7th Floor tel (212) 998­4600 fax (212) 995­4099 www.nyu.edu/living

NYU's residence halls are unique in design, room types, kitchen facilities, and meal plan options. Residence halls are characterized as either traditional style or apartment style halls. Traditional style residence halls: Brittany, Founders, Goddard, Hayden, Rubin, and Weinstein, offer a mix of two-to-three-person bedrooms and two-to-threeperson bedrooms in two-bedroom suites. Traditional style rooms or suites have their own bathrooms but no kitchen. Residents of these halls are required to have a minimum meal plan of at least 10-meals per week or a 175 Flex plan. apartment style residence halls: alumni, Broome Street, Carlyle Court, Coral Tower, Gramercy Green, Greenwich Hotel, Lafayette Street, Palladium, Second Street, Seventh Street, Stuyvesant Town, Third avenue North, University Hall, West 13th Street and Washington Square Village, offer one to three two-person bedrooms in apartments with bathrooms and kitchens. Residents in these halls have the option of selecting from the wide variety of meal plans available. The staffing of each residence hall is a collaborative effort between the departments of Residential Life and Housing Services, Facilities Management, and Public Safety,

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with both full-time and part-time personnel. a typical building staff includes a Residence Hall Director (RHD), Residence Hall assistant Director (RHaD), a Residence Hall Resource Manager (RHRM), Resident assistants (Ras), and Public Safety Officers. These residence hall staff members can assist with in-hall needs, such as room changes, roommate issues, programs and activities. The staff of each hall also includes building engineers, porters, housekeepers, and personnel from the Department of Facilities and Construction Management, who are responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the residence halls. Please Note: Cleaning services are for public areas only. Residents are responsible for cleaning their rooms and all shared kitchen, living, and bathroom areas within their units. Each resident is provided with a bed and mattress, desk, chair, dresser, and wastebasket. Residents need to provide their own twin extra-long sheets, bedding, towels, and toiletries. They may also wish to bring non-halogen desk lamps, microwave ovens, rugs, posters, and small televisions. The windows have blinds, so drapes are not necessary. Due to space and fire safety concerns, all outside furniture is prohibited.

Dorm room at Alumni Hall.

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Residential Life and Housing Services is responsible for administering the terms of the housing license and coordinating assignments for new and returning graduate and undergraduate students during the academic year. Between Fall check-in and Spring checkout, this office assists residents with room change requests, study abroad departures/arrivals and selecting housing for the next academic year. Residential Life and Housing Services is also responsible for all in-hall programming, activities, and policy enforcement, as well as furthering community development and the academic mission of the University in the residence halls. NYU currently has several programs intended to complement the academic pursuit of the institution. among those programs are

the Faculty Fellows in Residence, First Year Residential Experience (FYRE), 50 Exploration floors including Substance and alcohol Free Environments (Choices), plus 14 of the 26 recognized Greek organizations have specialized living units on campus. For information on these and other programmatic initiatives in the residence halls log onto www.nyu.edu/living. SUMMER HOUSING www.nyu.edu/summer/housing Summer residents fall into two categories: enrolled or associate (non-enrolled) residents. Housing rates and dates of stay and hall availability are determined by an applicant's enrollment status. academic year residents who would like to live in summer housing do not have to be registered for NYU summer classes.

Housie Maguire the NYU IRHC Mascot!

Greenwich Hotel is located in the West Village area close to the Hudson River and Park

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OFFICES & SERVICES

FACILITY MANAGEMENT DINING SERVICES OFF CAMPUS HOUSING COMMUNICATION PUBLIC SAFETY MAIL SERVICES HEALTH SERVICES

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OFFICES AND SERVICES

FACILITIES AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 10 astor Place 6th Floor (212) 998­1400 www.nyu.edu/fcm Facilities and Construction Management (FCM) is a service organization with responsibility for operating and maintaining NYU buildings and building systems. For information on the services we provide, please visit our website at www.nyu.edu/fcm. Facilities work requests are submitted via web www.nyu.edu/fcm/ studentworkrequestform.htm, and email [email protected] 24 hours per day or by phone (212) 998­1001 from: Monday­Friday 8:00 am­8:00 pm, Saturday­Sunday 12:00 noon­8:00 pm.

For emergency requests or life safety issues (i.e. water leaks, heat outage, etc.): all residents should contact the Resource Center/Public Safety Desk located in the lobby of their buildings or their respective Residence Hall Director's Office. DINING SERVICES alumni Hall 33 Third avenue, Lower Level (212) 995­3030 www.nyudining.com New York University Dining Services and aRaMaRK Campus Dining have worked together for over thirty years to provide high quality, nutritious dining to the University community. We offer a generous selection of meal plans, including two kosher plans. In addition, responding to ideas and comments from students, NYU Dining has made improvements and changes to services and menus to suit our students' wide diversity of habits and needs.

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Students' NYUCards are used as dining cards and register all their meal plan account activity. Residents living in traditional style halls: Brittany, Founders, Goddard, Hayden, Rubin and Weinstein, are required to be on a minimum 10-meal per week or 175 meals per semester plan. all freshmen are required to maintain a minimum meal plan regardless of hall placement. apartment style hall residents of alumni, Broome, Carlyle Court, Coral Towers, Gramercy Green, Greenwich Hotel, Lafayette Street, Palladium, Seventh Street, Second Street, Third North, University Hall, West 13th Street, Stuyvesant Town and Washington Square Village, equipped with kitchens, may select any of the meal plan options. For more information about meal plan features including hours of operation and cancellation/change deadlines please refer to the NYU Campus Dining Guide or the Dining Services website at www.nyudining.com.

OFF CAMPUS HOUSING 60 Washington Square South Kimmel Room 210 (212) 998­4620 www.nyu.edu/housing/offcampus The Off Campus Housing Office is a resource for NYU students not eligible for or not interested in student housing. The Off Campus Housing Office provides access to a database of listings of private (non-NYU affiliated) apartments that can be customized by preferred location, property type, size and cost range. The service also provides room-mate listings. To conduct a search, students may access the Off Campus Housing database from their NYU Home account at http://home.nyu.edu, click on the "Research" tab and select the Off Campus Housing link.

Palladium Dining Hall serves a Sunday Brunch Extravaganza and hosts Restaurant Night

NYU DINING LOCATIONS

Commons Café @ University Hall 110 East 14th Street (212) 443­3612 Faye's @ The Square (Featuring Starbucks) 35 West 4th street (212) 995­3443 Hayden Dining Room 33 Washington Square West (212) 995­3074 The MarketPlace at the Kimmel Center 60 Washington Square South (212) 998­4573 Palladium Dining Hall 140 East 14th Street (212) 998­4075 Rubin Dining Room 35 Fifth Avenue (212) 995­3142

Third North Courtyard Café 75 Third Avenue (212) 995­3021 Weinstein Food Court 5 University Place (212) 998­4216 Weinstein Kosher Dining 5 University Place (212) 995­3939 Weinstein Dining Room 5 University Place (212) 995­3057 Java City at the Weinstein Food Court 5 University Place (212) 998­4216 University Café Featuring Dunkin' Donuts 110 East 14th Street (212) 443­3611

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HOW MEAL PLANS WORK

Meal plans consist of two parts: a meal allowance and Dining Dollars. The meal allowance is the specified number of meals that can be eaten each week or semester. One meal is deducted from a member's account each time the card is swiped. Unused meals in "per week" plans do not carry over from week to week; unused meals in "Flex" plans do not carry over from semester to semester. The meal allowance can be used at any of the traditional dining locations, the Café at the Palladium, Real Food at Weinstein Dining, Third North Courtyard Café, Rubin Dining Room, Hayden Dining Room, and the Kosher Eatery. Dining Dollars work the same way debit cards work: the amount of a purchase is deducted from the Dining Dollar balance in a member's account. Dining Dollars are accepted at all NYU campus dining halls and can also be used to make purchases at StarbucksTM, Dunkin DonutsTM and Java CityTM. Members may add $15, $20, $50 or $100 blocks of Dining Dollars, by visiting www.nyudining.com or at the nyuhome housing forms page any time after the meal plan cancellation/change deadline. Added Dining Dollars charges are posted on students' bursar accounts. Unused Dining Dollars automatically roll over from the fall to spring semester as long as students remain active meal plan members. Unused Dining Dollars at the end of the spring semester are nonrefundable. Meal plan changes and cancellations may only be made before the fall and spring cancellation deadline dates--Fall term: September 17, 2011 Spring term: February 4, 2012--by submitting the online form accessed through the Housing login channel at the NYUHome page. Meal plan changes and cancellations are not retroactive and become effective the first Sunday following submission of the online form. Residents of traditional style halls--Founders, Brittany, Goddard, Hayden, Rubin, and Weinstein-- must maintain a meal plan that includes a minimum of 10 meals per week or a 175 Flex plan. All freshmen are required to maintain a minimum meal plan regardless of hall placement.

Please note: Neither noting meal plan changes or cancellation requests on Bursar's bills nor withholding payment of meal plan charges is a valid method of modifying your meal plan.

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COMMUNICATION

CAMPUS CABLE/NYU-TV 28 Washington Place, 1st Floor (212) 998­5668 www.nyu.edu/nyutv

STUDENTS RESIDING IN: ALUMNI HALL BRITTANY HALL BROOME STREET CARLYLE COURT CORAL TOWER FOUNDERS HALL GODDARD HALL GRAMERCY GREEN GREENWICH HOTEL HAYDEN HALL LAFAYETTE STREET PALLADIUM RUBIN HALL 2ND STREET 7TH STREET THIRD AVENUE NORTH UNIVERSITY HALL WEINSTEIN WEST 13TH STREET

connect residents need to supply their own computer equipped with an Ethernet cord and have an activated NYU Home account. For more information, including specifications for computer purchases and upgrades, visit the NYU resnet website at www.nyu.edu/its/resnet.

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have NYU Campus Cable service. Campus Cable delivers over 60 channels, including national cable TV networks and programming originating from within the NYU community. Residents must supply their own television sets and cable wire connectors. For more information about Campus Cable and NYU-TV, log onto www.nyu.edu/nyutv. If you have problems with your cable service, please call the Campus Cable hotline at (212) 998­2671.

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are provided high speed computer connection information at check-in. Individual residents may contract directly with the Internet service provider for the building. For more information get "NYU-Internet Start-Up" at any ITS computer lab on campus, or view it on-line at www.nyu.edu/resnet. TELEPHONE SERVICES (212) 443­1221 E-mail: [email protected] www.nyu.edu/its/telephone

STUDENTS RESIDING IN: ALUMNI HALL BRITTANY HALL BROOME STREET CARLYLE COURT CORAL TOWER FOUNDERS HALL GODDARD HALL GREENWICH HOTEL GRAMERCY GREEN HAYDEN HALL LAFAYETTE STREET PALLADIUM RUBIN HALL 2ND STREET 7TH STREET THIRD AVENUE NORTH UNIVERSITY HALL WEINSTEIN

may arrange for cable television service with local providers. Information about local providers and their services is available through the residence hall office in each of these buildings. COMPUTER SERVICES (212) 998­3333 www.nyu.edu/its/resnet

STUDENTS RESIDING IN: ALUMNI HALL BRITTANY HALL BROOME STREET CARLYLE COURT CORAL TOWER FOUNDERS HALL GODDARD HALL GRAMERCY GREEN GREENWICH HOTEL HAYDEN HALL LAFAYETTE STREET PALLADIUM RUBIN HALL 2ND STREET 7TH STREET THIRD AVENUE NORTH UNIVERSITY HALL WEINSTEIN WEST 13TH STREET

are provided free NYU telephone service with Touch-Tone dialing, call waiting, voice mail, caller ID (only works with caller ID telephone equipment), an on-line student directory, and free campus and local service within the 212, 718, 917, 646 and 347 area codes. Long-distance service is available from Paetec Communications using designated, individually assigned Personal Billing Numbers (PBN) and is billed directly to each resident once a month. More information regarding telephone service in the residence halls is available online at www.nyu.edu/its/telephone. Information regarding Campuslink/Paetec can be found at www.campuslink.paetec. com.

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are provided free local telephone service, but, residents must choose a private long distance carrier.

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are responsible for their own phone installation. Residents must supply their own telephones for use in all the residence halls. Please note: The University is not responsible for long distance bills. Information about telephone and cable hookups will be available at each residence hall during check-in.

PUBLIC SAFETY

www.nyu.edu/public.safety COMMAND CENTER 14 Washington Place (212) 998­2222 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 7 Washington Place (212) 998­1300 PALLADIUM SUBSTATION 140 East 14th Street (212) 992­8600 The Department of Public Safety works in cooperation with the New York City Police Department to maintain New York University's safety and security. The Department of Public Safety is comprised of over 325 uniformed officers and 45 management personnel, operating 24 hours a day and servicing 75 NYU locations. The NYU security force regularly provides vehicular, bicycle, scooter and foot patrols, emergency team response, building security, and safety rides.

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Undergraduate residence halls have 24-hour security officers posted in the buildings. During their orientation to the University, students receive vital information including police and fire department telephone numbers and 911 telephones, call boxes, locations of greenlight buildings, safety tips, a list of over 100 merchants who participate in the NYU Safe Haven Program, a pamphlet on sexual harassment prevention, and maps of NYU transportation routes. The advisory Committee on Campus Safety will provide upon request campus crime statistics as reported to the United States Department of Education. Those statistics are also available online at http:// ope.ed.gov/security or may be obtained in hard copy by contacting Jay Zwicker, Crime Prevention Manager, (212) 998­1451. CAMPUS TRANSPORTATION (212) 998­RIDE (7433) www.nyu.edu/public.safety/transportation NYU's Office of Campus Transportation provides free bus services for the safety and convenience of NYU's students, faculty, and administrators. The bus fleet operates along a system developed to connect all the NYU residence halls with the Washington Square Campus and includes connecting service to the NYU Medical Center and the Schools of Medicine and Dentistry via Route E. CoachUSa/ Gray Line of New York operates and maintains the service. a valid NYU ID card Is required when boarding all vehicles. Regular route service operates from 7:00 am to 12:00 am on weekdays and from 10:00 am to 12:00 am on weekends. During the hours when scheduled route service is not operating, students can call NYU's Safe Ride Van Service at (212) 998­VaNS (x88267) to schedule a ride. Please note that service may vary depending on the University's calendar.

Bus schedules are available at the NYU Information Center located at Shimkin Hall, 50 West 4th Street or on their website, the Department of Public Safety Office at 14 Washington Place and at various locations throughout the campus. Bus stops noted on map.

MAIL SERVICES

547 LaGuardia Place (212) 998­1010 www.nyu.edu/pages/mailservices Mail is delivered daily, Monday through Saturday (except holidays), to the Resource Center of each residence hall where it is sorted and distributed. When a package is received, the Resource Manager notifies the resident of the delivery, and it may be picked up at the resource center at designated times. Residents may not leave packages or mail at the Resource Center for pick-up. This includes UPS or other pick-up mail services. COD packages will not be accepted. Packages will only be accepted after residents have checked into their assigned residence halls. To facilitate delivery, please address mail to Recipient's Name, Street address, Room/apt Number, New York, NY, zip code. Do not include "NYU" or "New York University" in the address; this may slow delivery. When changing buildings or moving home for the summer, residents must fill out a mail forwarding card available at the residence hall resource center. Only first class mail will be forwarded, and only for a period of 90 days. NYU COPY CENTRAL 547 LaGuardia Place (212) 998­1050 www.nyu.edu/copy.central Conveniently located, Copy Central offers a full range of copying, printing, graphic design and related services. Campus Cash and major credit cards are accepted.

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HEALTH SERVICES

WELLNESS EXCHANGE 726 Broadway, Suite 402 (212) 443­9999 www.nyu.edu/999 The Wellness Exchange is key to accessing NYU's extensive health and mental health resources. a central feature common to all Wellness services is a private 24 hour, 7-days-a-week hotline putting students in touch with professionals who can help them address day-to-day challenges as well as any other healthrelated concerns including medical issues, academic stress, depression, sexual assault, anxiety, alcohol and drug dependence, sexually transmitted infections, and eating disorders. The hotline is also available for students who just need to talk or want to call about a friend.

The hotline can be reached from any campus phone by dialing 9999 or by calling (212) 443­9999 from any outside line. Students who prefer to use email to discuss their concerns can contact a counselor at a private email address at [email protected] STUDENT HEALTH CENTER 726 Broadway, 3rd and 4th Floors (212) 443­1000 www.nyu.edu/shc The New York University Student Health Center is an award winning, state-ofthe-art health care facility conveniently located on the Washington Square Campus. SHC provides comprehensive health and wellness services designed specifically to respond to the healthcare needs and concerns of the NYU community and promote a healthier, safer campus by providing medical, psychological, educational, crisis response and support services.

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Whether a student's needs involve routine or urgent medical care, counseling, education about a specific wellness issue, prescriptions or eyewear, the staff at SHC is prepared to provide quality confidential, caring service. MEDICAL SERVICES AT STUDENT HEALTH CENTER (212) 443­1000 www.nyu.edu/health Medical services at the Student Health Center include outpatient, routine and urgent care, primary care, women's and men's health care, sports medicine, HIV testing and counseling, immunization and allergy services, travel planning services, care management specialists, plus ancillary services including radiology, and pharmaceutical. SHC also offers an impressive array of specialty services including dermatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, neurology, nutrition, ophthalmology, optometry, orthopedics, psychiatry, physical & occupational therapy, podiatry and pulmonary specialists. COUNSELING SERVICES (212) 998­4780 www.nyu.edu/counseling Counseling and Behavioral Health Services at the Student Health Center are confidential and provided free of charge to both full- and part-time students. Services include crisis intervention, short-term individual counseling, group counseling, and brief self-improvement classes; and offers support to students dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, family

or other relationships, substance abuse, eating issues, and academic conflicts. Students looking for longer-term therapy can get referrals to private therapists or low-fee community clinics. The Counseling Services Office is located at 726 Broadway as well as satellite offices at multiple locations throughout the campus including academic buildings and residence halls. The list of locations is available at www.nyu.edu/counseling. NYU strongly encourages students to arrange for any specialized support service needs before coming to NYU. For other medical emergencies, or when SHC is closed, students should call the NYU Department of Public Safety (212) 998­2222 to be connected with the emergency room at NYU Medical Center's Tisch Hospital, where a physician will provide advice over the telephone and determine whether the caller should go to the emergency room or can wait to see a health care provider at the Student Health Center when it reopens. For mental health emergencies, calling the Wellness Exchange hotline (212) 443­9999 or the NYU Department of Public Safety (212) 998­2222 will connect students with a crisis response coordinator. These mental health professionals are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. EMERGENCIES AND AFTER HOUR CRISIS RESPONSE In a life or limb threatening health or mental health emergency and for after-hours crisis response, students should dial 911 on any telephone as soon as possible.

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RELATED DEPARTMENTS

ADMISSIONS DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE OF THE BURSAR FINANCIAL AID REGISTRATION STUDY ABROAD AND EXCHANGE PROGRAMS WELCOME CENTER NYU ATHLETIC FACILITIES

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ADMISSIONS

OFFICE OF UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS 665 Broadway, 11th floor (212) 998­4500 www.admissions.nyu.edu The Office of Undergraduate admissions coordinates all application and acceptance information for the various academic units and support services within the University. Students will receive their initial offer of NYU housing with their formal admissions packets. Housing acceptance and the first reservation payment need to be returned with their formal acceptance to the University. Individual graduate schools handle their graduate students' admissions.

THE CENTER FOR MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION AND PROGRAMS Kimmel Center for University Life 60 Washington Square South (212) 998­4343 www.cmep.nyu.edu THE WASSERMAN CENTER FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT 133 East 13th Street, 2nd Floor (212) 998­4730 www.nyu.edu/careerdevelopment HENRY AND LUCY MOSES CENTER FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 726 Broadway, 2nd floor (212) 998­4980 www.nyu.edu/osl/csd OFFICE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND SCHOLARS 561 La Guardia Place, 1st Floor (212) 998­4720 www.nyu.edu/osl/oiss OFFICE OF LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, AND TRANSGENDER STUDENT SERVICES Kimmel Center for University Life 60 Washington Square South (212) 998­4424 www.nyu.edu/lgbt OFFICE OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES Kimmel Center for University Life 60 Washington Square South (212) 998­4700 www.osa.nyu.edu Other offices mentioned elsewhere in the guidebook under the Division of Student affairs banner are: Residential Life and Housing Services, athletics, Intramurals and Recreation in addition to the Student Health Center, the Wellness Exchange and Counseling.

DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

Kimmel Center for University Life 60 Washington Square South, Suite 601 (212) 998­4959 www.nyu.edu/student.affairs The Division of Student affairs oversees a wide diversity of offices, programs and services that support students and their needs. Following is a partial list of offices that help make up the Division of Student affairs. STUDENT RESOURCE CENTER 60 Washington Square South (212) 998­4959 www.nyu.edu/src

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OFFICE OF THE BURSAR

The Office of the Bursar is responsible for collecting and processing payments to the University. For additional Bursar information, please visit their website at www.nyu.edu/bursar. MAIN OFFICE Student Services Center 25 West 4th Street New York, NY 10012 (212) 998­2800 LEONARD N. STERN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 44 West 4th Street Suite 6-110 New York, NY 10012 (212) 998­0630 DAVID B. KRISER DENTAL CENTER 345 East 24th Street Room C118 New York, NY 10010 (212) 998­9995

REGISTRATION

OFFICE OF THE UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR 25 West 4th Street, 1st Floor (212) 998­4800 www.nyu.edu/registrar Registration procedures, dates, and hours vary from school to school within the University. Detailed advisement and registration information is available in school bulletins and class listings; instructions and schedules are available from advisement and departmental offices. Students can find bulletins of all NYU schools and colleges in the NYU Information Center. Following final registration (see page 42, appendix E), the Office of Residential Life and Housing Services, conducts registration verification. Residents who do not meet NYU enrollment requirements are not eligible for housing and will be required to vacate the residence halls. ALBERT www.albert.nyu.edu albert, NYU's web based information and registration system, allows students to view their class schedules, grades, transcripts, degree progress, and information about financial aid and billing. Students can also go to albert online to update email and address information.

FINANCIAL AID

OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID 25 West 4th street (212) 998­4444 www.nyu.edu/financial.aid There are several financial aid options designed to assist students with the cost of room and board. Some of these options are based on need and can help students pay for their education, including tuition and fees, room and board, as well as book and transportation expenses. If students do not demonstrate need, they may be eligible for some types of financial assistance provided they have filed the Free application for Federal Student aid (FaFSa). For details about deadlines and processes about financial aid options, students are encouraged to go to www.nyu.edu/financial.aid. Financial aid counselors are available via email, telephone, or in person to assist students who have financial aid questions.

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STUDY ABROAD AND INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS

OFFICE OF STUDY ABROAD ADMISSIONS 110 East 14th Street Lower Level (212) 998­4433 www.nyu.edu/studyabroad NYU coordinates numerous study abroad and exchange programs at locations around the world. Students can choose to study abroad for a summer, a semester, or an entire academic year. For more information and to apply to one of these NYU programs, students should contact the Office of Study abroad admissions. Not all study abroad programs enable residents to maintain their guaranteed housing status. See the section on "Leave of absence" on page 26 for more information.

NYU ATHLETIC FACILITIES

JEROME S. COLES SPORTS AND RECREATION CENTER 181 Mercer Street (212) 998­2020 www.gonyuathletics.com PALLADIUM ATHLETIC FACILITY 140 East 14th Street Floors C2 and C3 (212) 992­8500 www.nyu.edu/palladiumathleticfacility Residents in NYU housing are automatically eligible to use NYU's athletic facilities. Both the Coles and Palladium athletic facilities feature pools for lap swimming and diving and the latest strength and cardiofitness training equipment. Complete information about the NYU athletic facilities and the programs offered by the Department of athletics, Intramurals, and Recreation can be found online at www.nyu.edu/athletics and www.nyu.edu/palladiumathleticfacility.

WELCOME CENTER

50 West 4th Street, 1st Floor (212) 998­4550 The Jefferey S. Gould Welcome Center is the official gateway for New York University's visitors, guests, and alumni. Visitors can find information regarding the community of NYU's fourteen schools and colleges as well as campus location information at the Welcome Center.

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HOUSING POLICIES & PROCEDURES

HOUSING GUARANTEE STUDENT CONDUCT FEDERAL EDUCATION RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT (FERPA) INSURANCE COVERAGE FIRE SAFETY CHECK-IN CHECK-OUT UNDERGRADUATE RE-APPLICATION AND ROOM SELECTION GRADUATE RE-APPLICATION NON-RENEWABLE APPLICATION ROOMMATE RELATIONS ROOM CHANGES REQUEST FOR SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION CANCELLATIONS LEAVE OF ABSENCE PETITION RELEASE CHARGE ADJUSTMENTS page 22 page 22 page 22 page 23 page 23 page 23 page 24 page 24 page 24 page 25 page 25 page 25 page 26 page 26 page 26 page 27 page 28

HOUSING GUARANTEE

NYU guarantees undergraduates housing for their academic career provided the following conditions are met:

1. Students must accept the initial housing offer at the time of their admission 2. Students meet all payment deadlines 3. Students meet all reapplication deadlines 4. Students maintain full-time matriculated status 5. Students do not, at any time, cancel their housing contract with the exception of schoolapproved medical leaves or NYU study abroad programs

To achieve these goals the University reserves the right to review all alleged violations of Residence Hall policies, initiate disciplinary action and impose sanctions when appropriate. Behavioral guidelines specifically applicable to University housing are described in the Office of Residential Life and Housing Services Handbook, at www.nyu.edu/ living. Residents must abide by all conditions of the Housing License agreement (see page 34, appendix a). For more information, contact the Office of Residential Life and Housing Services at (212) 998­4600 or visit their website at www.nyu.edu/living. FEDERAL EDUCATION RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT (FERPA) New York University is bound by federal law to protect each resident's right to privacy and adhere to the tenets of the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974. according to FERPa guidelines, NYU cannot provide information about a student's residency to a third party. This information includes, but is not limited to, assignment verification, account statements, and telephone numbers.

For more information please visit www.nyu.edu/apr/ferpa.html

Students meeting the above criteria will maintain a "renewable" status for the duration of their stay in NYU Housing. Graduate housing is for one year only. Graduate students interested in returning to University housing beyond the first year may reapply via the non-renewable housing application, available on May 1st. assignments are made in July based upon space availability and following the placement of new graduate students. STUDENT CONDUCT The University requires the cooperation of its members in and out of the classroom in order to fulfill its educational function. The residence hall community has established a set of policies, administrative procedures, regulations, and standards of behavior consistent with that educational mission. This includes the regulation of the conduct and behavior of the University community members whose actions may impede, obstruct, or threaten the maintenance of order and/ or the achievement of the University's educational goals.

INSURANCE FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY NYU shall not be liable or otherwise responsible in any way for the loss of or damage to a resident's personal property. Residents are advised to check for possible coverage of personal belongings and other items under their parents'/guardians' homeowners or renters insurance. additional insurance for student property specifically designed for university residents is recommended. FIRE SAFETY all NYU owned and leased residence halls meet and in most cases exceed the stringent City of New York fire codes. Specific information about the fire safety and evacuation procedures of their residence hall is distributed to each resident at check-in. It is extremely important that residents familiarize themselves and their guests with all applicable fire safety procedures in their

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assigned buildings. Residents and their guests who fail to comply fully with applicable fire safety procedures, or who otherwise violate rules and regulations related to fire safety, will be subject to disciplinary action. all NYU owned buildings are equipped with fire alarms. Residents are expected to maintain adequate standards of cleanliness to avoid creating fire hazards, and must not obstruct sidewalks, entrances, passages, fire escapes, elevators, lobbies, stairways, corridors or halls with personal property. Smoking is not permitted in student rooms or anywhere within the residence halls.

Residents found in possession of prohibited items will be subject to disciplinary action. CHECK-IN Students receive "Opening Day" instructions during the first week of august (late December for new spring students), with their assignment notice plus tips on what to bring and arrival times. Students may not move into their residence hall prior to each semester's official Opening Day. Upon arrival in the fall semester, students check-in at their specific residence hall's reception area. Residential Life and Housing Services staff are available to greet students and provide them with important check-in materials including keys, room inventory reports, area attractions, along with residence hall policies, procedures and amenities.

The following items are prohibited in the residence halls and are subject to confiscation and disposal: Natural or artificial evergreens Non-University issued upholstered furniture Electric heaters, air conditioners, hot plate burners Halogen lighting equipment Candles, incense, outdoor grills, or any other type of open flame or open coil device Explosives, fireworks, firearms, or ammunition

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Suggested items to bring: non-halogen lights and desk lamps posters pillows extra-long twin sheets towels washcloths microwave ovens blankets/bedspreads and toiletries rugs alarm clocks

UNDERGRADUATE RE-APPLICATION AND ROOM SELECTION

Students are guaranteed University housing for their entire undergraduate academic career provided they continue to meet all application, payment, registration and occupancy conditions and deadlines. Students are not guaranteed specific hall or room placements. Residents who fail to meet the re-application deadline lose their renewable status and will only be eligible for housing through the waitlist. The re-application process begins in early February. Each year, residents with a renewable housing license must re-apply by the deadline date (see page 42, appendix E). Residents who re-apply by the deadline date are then eligible to participate in the hall selection process for the up-coming academic year. a non-refundable/non-transferable application fee is due upon re-application. (See page 42, appendix E.) Early in the spring term, detailed information about the Re-application/ Room Selection process is available to all residents through information sessions, meetings with residence hall staff, on-line instructions, and individualized mailings.

Please see Fire Safety (page 22) for prohibited items.

CHECK-OUT Students are provided with detailed check-out instructions toward the end of the license period. Please remember that the Housing License is for both the Fall and Spring terms. Residents must check-out of their assigned room 24 hours after their last final exam unless they are participating in Commencement. Residents who vacate their assignment prior to the end of the license period are still responsible for the terms and conditions of the License. Residence Halls remain open during the winter and spring recesses. Residents who have concurrent housing during the summer--spring to summer and/ or summer to fall--are not required to leave University Housing between these summer transition periods (see Summer Housing, page 6).

GRADUATE RE-APPLICATION

Graduate housing is for one year only. Graduate students interested in returning to University housing beyond the first year may reapply via the non-renewable application, available the first week of May. assignments are made in July based upon space availability and following the placement of new graduate students.

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NON-RENEWABLE APPLICATION

Residents with a non-renewable housing status will be eligible to apply for housing only through the non-renewable application.

conversation. Set ground rules about shared items and discuss pet peeves, personal habits, sleeping schedules, study habits, musical tastes, guests, needs, wants and expectations. Honesty, consideration, mutual respect, discussion, compromise and understanding are crucial to learning to live together. If problems arise between roommates, Resident assistants (Ras) or assistant Hall Directors are available to help ease the situation. In addition, Residential Life provides mediation and arbitration support to work through roommate problems.

Reasons for a non-renewable status may be that a student: did not accept or was not offered housing when admitted to the University missed a payment or application deadline cancelled housing graduates in May took a personal Leave of Absence participated in a non-NYU study abroad program

ROOM CHANGES

NYU's ability to accommodate room/ building changes is based solely on availability of space. During the first three weeks of each semester, a "room freeze" is in effect while Residential Life and Housing Services takes inventory of occupancy and vacancies in the residence halls. Residents may submit room change requests during the freeze, however changes will not be considered until the three-week period has ended. Residents requesting a room change will meet with their Residence Hall Director to discuss their options, needs and determine the best course of action. Room Change Packets containing instruction materials, forms, deadline dates, and housing rates are available online at www.nyu.edu/living. When considering a room or building change, room costs and meal plan requirements must be considered. (See page 37, appendices B, C, D.)

Non-renewable applications are available online beginning in May. assignments are made when spaces become available through cancellations. Non-renewable applicants are not guaranteed a housing assignment prior to the start of the fall term. Non-renewable students not within commuting distance to the University, are strongly advised to investigate the services provided by the Off-Campus Housing Office (see page 9).

ROOMMATE RELATIONS

Communication is key to a harmonious residence hall living experience. Residents receive their roommates' contact information along with their assignment notice in early august. Talking with roommates about how to arrange the room, how to decorate, and what items each person will bring (refrigerator, lamps, etc.), is a good way to begin the

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REQUEST FOR SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION

In accordance with the americans with Disabilities act, New York University will provide reasonable accommodations for a student eligible to reside in University housing who has a qualifying physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities and has a record of such an impairment or is regarded as having such an impairment. In order to be considered for a special housing accommodation you must complete the Special Housing accommodation Request Form provided at the Moses Center or online at www.nyu.edu/csd and return it to the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities, 726 Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10003, aTTN: Special Housing accommodations. You can also call (212) 998­4980 (voice/TTY). Information provided to the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities is kept confidential and will only be shared within the University as is necessary to evaluate the request.

WITHDRAWAL Students who officially withdraw from the University will not be permitted to remain in housing. Official documentation from their academic department is necessary to cancel their housing and charges will be incurred up to the point of check-out. DECEMBER GRADUATION Students graduating in December may cancel their spring term housing by providing documentation from their academic department before the end of the fall term, validating their mid-year Commencement.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

NYU expects its students to maintain continuous registration in an academic program with the exception of summer breaks. However, at times it is necessary or desirable for a student to take a leave from enrollment for a period of time. Such leaves may be voluntary or involuntary, and will be handled in accordance with the NYU Student Leave Policy. Students must also refer to the bulletins and websites of their specific schools or visit their schools' administrative offices for additional information concerning the impact of a voluntary or involuntary leave and any additional requirements for a leave of absence. Housing charges will be incurred up to the point of check-out. For information about the University Student Leave Policy please visit www. nyu.edu/about/policies-guidelinescompliance/policies-and-guidelines/ student-leave-policy.html.

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CANCELLATIONS

The NYU Housing License (see page 34, appendix a) is a commitment to live in NYU housing for both the fall and spring terms. The official license period is august 28, 2011 to May 18, 2012. Cancellation after a deadline (July 1, 2011 for fall term and January 6, 2012 for new spring term residents) is only permitted for the following reasons:

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To cancel housing due to an approved Leave of absence, students must submit official documentation from their school. There are several types of Leaves of absence and it is important to note they do not all allow residents to retain their housing guarantee. MEDICAL LEAVE Students on Medical Leaves must receive clearance from University Health Services or Counseling Services before they can return to housing. Information and instructions about returning to housing will be sent to the home of a student on Medical Leave. NYU STUDY ABROAD Residents must submit official documentation to the Office of Residential Life and Housing Services of their acceptance to a study abroad program in order to maintain their renewable housing status. Once abroad, information and instructions about returning to housing will be sent to students at their study abroad site. NYU ACADEMIC LEAVE Students may receive approval from their school to study at another academic institution. Residents must notify the Office of Residential Life and Housing Services and provide official school documentation indicating their intent to return to housing. PERSONAL LEAVE Students who maintain matriculation, but are not enrolled may be approved for a Personal Leave. Students on a Personal Leave of absence do not maintain their renewable housing status. NON NYU STUDY ABROAD Residents taking part in a study abroad program that is not part of the NYU curriculum do not maintain their renewable housing status.

PETITION FOR RELEASE

a resident's signature on the Student Housing application, submission of an electronic application or acceptance of an assigned space or room key, signifies acceptance and agreement to all the terms of the Housing License (see page 34, appendix a). This License is binding for the entire Fall/Spring academic year. In the event of extraordinary and unforeseen circumstances, where all avenues of resolution have been exhausted, a resident may file a Petition for Release from the Housing License. Valid reasons for release do not include roommate conflicts, finding "preferable" housing, and/or not being assigned to a housing preference. The Petition must be submitted to a review committee accompanied by detailed, official documentation supporting the claim. The petition process is often arduous and may require documentation from a variety of University offices.

The documentation must validate that: The situation has arisen since the submission of the housing application and after the housing cancellation deadlines noted in the Housing License All other avenues and resources have been exhausted to resolve the situation The only viable solution to the situation is cancellation of the Housing License

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If a Petition is approved, refunds are prorated based upon the number of weeks in housing up to the effective date of the release (even if a resident does not check into University housing or vacates before the approved effective date). additionally, a cancellation charge not exceeding the $1,000 housing deposit may be assessed. Residents granted a Petition Release are only eligible for future University housing through the nonrenewable application. (See page 25 for more details.) If a Petition is denied, residents will continue to be responsible for all housing charges and obligations even if they check out of their assigned room. Petition for Release forms are available online at the Residential Life and Housing Services website www.nyu.edu/living.

CHARGE ADJUSTMENTS

Credits or debits generated as a result of meal plan or assignment changes are reflected on a student's Bursar account (see page 19). Meal plan and assignment charges incurred during the academic or summer term are prorated on a weekly basis. For payment and/or refund procedures, please refer to the Bursar's website at www.nyu.edu/bursar.

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GUIDE TO GREEN LIVING FOR NYU RESIDENTS

COMPUTING ELECTRICITY RECYCLING WATER EATING TRANSPORTATION SUSTAINABILITY TASK FORCE GREEN GRANTS AROUND CAMPUS page 30 page 30 page 30 page 31 page 31 page 31 page 31 page 31 page 31

WHAT IS SUSTAINABILITY?

Though people use the term in many ways, these are the three commonly understood tenets of sustainability: · Meeting present needs should not compromise the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. · There are limits to nature's capacity in terms of energy and resources, and these limitations should be respected, or even embraced. · Nothing is isolated--the world is interconnected across social, economic, and environmental boundaries. NYU is working to embed environmental sustainability as a foundational principle of our core mission as a University. There are a wealth of clubs, organizations, and opportunities that can enable you

to get involved in sustainability issues on campus. See the resources section for more information. The NYU Club Fair, held at the beginning of each semester, is also a great way to learn about getting involved. Here are some small but effective steps you can take to improve environmental performance at NYU: COMPUTING Steer clear of screensavers--configure your computer to sleep or hibernate (for instructions on setting your computer to hibernate mode, see http://www.nyu.edu/ fcm/cesfaq.htm) · Purchase Energy Star certified devices · Donate your old electronic equipment · Think before you click--always print and copy double-sided

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ELECTRICITY · Turn lights OFF when leaving the room · Unplug those gadgets--even when turned off, some devices consume electricity · Power down the aC before you leave · Save time and money--use compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) RECYCLING · "all paper" includes - mail and envelopes - newspapers, magazines, catalogs - food boxes (remove plastic wrapper and food waste) - wrapping paper - egg cartons - cardboard - NO tissues or paper soiled with food · "Bottles and cans" includes - glass (unless otherwise noted) - plastics labeled #1 and #2 - wire hangers - milk/juice cartons - metal cans - foils and trays - NO window glass, broken mirrors, plastic bags or wrappers WATER · Shorten your showers · Report leaky faucets in residence halls to maintenance staff · When doing dishes, fill the sink instead of using running water · Turn water OFF when brushing your teeth · Select cold or warm water when washing clothes and wash only full loads EATING · Eat lower on the food chain--it's healthier for you and the planet · Choose local, organic options whenever possible · Be conscious of generating food waste--don't take more than you can eat · Carry your own mug/water bottle around campus

TRANSPORTATION · Walk or bike whenever possible-- observe all safety regulations when biking · Use the subway or bus for longer distances SUSTAINABILITY TASK FORCE The Sustainability Task Force is a University advisory body made up of students, faculty and staff, tasked with developing recommendations for new policies and practices that advance NYU's long-term future as a sustainable University. http://www.nyu.edu/sustainability/campus. projects/task.force.html GREEN GRANTS Green Grants fund projects that reduce NYU's adverse environmental impacts, engage the campus community, demonstrate the viability of best practices and technologies, and advance applied research and educational goals. any NYU student, faculty member, or employee may serve as the lead sponsor of a project (and may partner with outside organizations, community groups, alumni, etc.). http://www.nyu.edu/sustainability/campus. projects/green.grants.html AROUND CAMPUS Say "No thanks" to a plastic bag! If you bring your own bag when shopping at NYU Bookstores, five cents will be donated to one of four environment non-profit agencies. http://www.bookstores.nyu.edu/green.html Hayden Dining Hall (33 Washington Square West) now features healthy and sustainable menu options! http://www.campusdish.com/en-US/CSE/ NYU/Locations/HaydenDiningHall.html

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LINKS TO RESOURCES AND MORE INFORMATION

About Sustainability http://www.nyu.edu/sustainability/about.sustainability/ Getting Involved http://www.nyu.edu/sustainability/get.involved/ Academic Programs http://www.nyu.edu/sustainability/academics.research/academic.programs.html Environmental Clubs and Student Groups http://www.nyu.edu/sustainability/links.resources/student.clubs.html Energy Strategy http://www.nyu.edu/sustainability/campus.projects/strategy.html Recycling Services www.nyu.edu/recycling Ecological Footprint Quiz http://www.myfootprint.org/en/

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APPENDIX

NYU STUDENT HOUSING LICENSE DINING PLANS & RATES UNDERGRADUATE HOUSING RATES GRADUATE HOUSING RATES CALENDAR CAMPUS MAP

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APPENDIX A: 2011­2012 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY STUDENT HOUSING LICENSE

Your signature on the 2011-2012 Student Housing application, completion of the electronic application, or your acceptance of an assigned space or a room key, signifies your agreement to and acceptance of all of the terms of this License, including, without being limited to, the provisions relating to meal plans.

later than 3:00pm, December 23, 2011 for fall graduates and 12:00 noon, May 18, 2012 for everyone else, unless this License is canceled or terminated earlier as specified below. Your License Period cannot be changed from these dates unless approved in writing by ORLHS. You waive any right that you may have or acquire to remain in the assigned space beyond the end of the License Period.

License: This License is for dormitory use of an assigned space in a room or suite (the "room") in any NYU student housing facility, including any facility that NYU may now or hereafter own, lease, or otherwise arrange to make available for student housing. NYU shall select and may change at any time, in its sole discretion, the space to which you will be assigned and or occupy and the furnishings, features, and other occupants of the room. If you request a residence hall or type of accommodation that is not available, you will be assigned to and charged the rate for alternative accommodations chosen by NYU. Roommate requests based upon race, color, religion, sexual orientation, physical characteristic, or national origin cannot be accepted.

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Eligibility: You must remain a NYU student throughout the License Period or NYU will have the right to terminate this License, in its sole discretion.

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License Period: This License is for the Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 Terms unless you graduate after the Fall Term, are a new Spring Term check-in, or this License is canceled or terminated as specified below. The License Period begins on your checkin date set by NYU Office of Residential Life and Housing Services (ORLHS), but no earlier than 9:00 am August 28, 2011 for Fall Term. The License Period ends 24 hours after your last final exam, but no

Cancellation of License: (a) This License binds you for the entire License Period unless: (i) ORLHS receives your written cancellation request by July 1, 2011. Cancellation fees will be assessed in accordance with the written fee schedule. (ii) ORLHS receives by January 13, 2012 your written cancellation request and written confirmation from your school/ college that you will withdraw, begin an approved academic program outside the New York City area, or take an approved leave of absence; or (iii) ORLHS receives and approves, in its sole discretion, your written petition to cancel this License because of a documented personal crisis. (B) If ORLHS cancels this License, it will also cancel all room and meal plan charges for the period after the date the cancellation takes effect if the cancellation is effective by October 28, 2011 for Fall Term, or by March 16, 2012 for Spring Term. The application fee is not refundable. (C) If you never occupy or you vacate your assigned space without submitting a written cancellation request, or if your cancellation request is not approved by ORLHS, this License will not be canceled and you will continue to be responsible for all fees due under or as a consequence of this License for the entire License Period.

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License Period (a) if you fail to pay any sum due under this License when due, violate any other term of this License, cease to be an NYU student, or fail to occupy or improperly vacate the assigned space; (B) if the assigned space is unavailable for dormitory use or unusable due to any damage, construction, renovation, or repair; or (C) for any other reason that NYU, in its sole discretion, deems to be good cause. If this License is terminated because of your failure fully to perform any of your obligations under this License, you will continue to be responsible for all fees due under or as a consequence of this License for the entire original License Period.

request by September 17, 2011 for Fall Term and February 4, 2012 for Spring Term. If ORLHS cancels your meal plan, it will also cancel all meal plan charges for the period following the date the cancellation takes effect. (E) No refunds will be made if you miss meals, fail to obtain a valid ID card, or do not use your meal plan.

Fees and Payments: (a) a $1,000 non-refundable and non-transferable application fee "deposit" must be paid upon application. (B) all other charges due under or as a consequence of this License (including, without being limited to, all applicable meal plan charges) must be received by the due dates specified in the bills and statements therefore that you will receive from NYU, or NYU may terminate this License, withhold registration and academic records, and hold you responsible for all costs, including collection agency and legal fees, incurred by NYU in collecting past-due payments owed under this License.

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Occupancy and Use: (a) You alone must occupy your assigned space during the License Period. (B) any vacant space in the room may be filled by ORLHS without prior notice to you. You shall not interfere with any new occupant's use or enjoyment of the space or room. (C) You may not transfer or assign any rights you may have under this License to any other person; any attempt to do so shall be null and void. (D) You shall use the room only for dormitory purposes and shall not permit any other person to use the room for any purpose without ORLHS prior written approval.

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Meal Plans: (a) all residents assigned to traditional style residence halls (Brittany, Goddard, Hayden, Rubin, Weinstein, Founders.) are required to maintain a minimum of 10 meals per week or 175 flex meal plan; (B) all freshmen are required to maintain a minimum meal plan during the license period regardless of hall placement. (C) Meal plans are not transferable. (D) Meal plans cannot be canceled or changed, whether used or not, unless this License is canceled or terminated by NYU or unless you make a Housing Web Site

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Regulations: You agree to review and abide by all policies and regulations of NYU and Housing that are or shall become effective during the License Period. These policies and regulations are included in the NYU Student Handbook, Housing and Residence Life Handbook, and other publications distributed by and available at Housing. If you violate any such policy or regulation, you will be subject to disciplinary action and/or termination of this License without refund by NYU, in its sole discretion. all meal plans are subject to Dining Services policies, procedures, and service schedules; violators will be subject to disciplinary action and/or termination of their meal plan without refund.

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Access: NYU reserves the right, at any time and for any reason, in its sole discretion, to enter the room without prior notice to you to make repairs; to inspect for compliance with health, fire, or building codes or with NYU policies or regulations; or because of any situation that NYU, in its sole discretion, deems to be a danger to health, safety, or property.

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Condition Of Premises: (a) You shall maintain the room in a clean, safe, and undamaged condition at all times. You and any other persons assigned to the room shall be jointly responsible for cleaning and maintaining any kitchens, bathrooms, or other common areas. (B) You shall not alter the room or any furnishings therein in any way without ORLHS prior written consent. (C) When you vacate your assigned space, you shall remove all your personal property and leave the room and any furnishings clean and in the same condition they were in when you commenced occupancy, ordinary wear and tear excepted. You agree that NYU may promptly dispose of any personal property left in the room after the end of the License Period. NYU will assess cleaning, repair, and disposal charges equally among all those assigned to the room, unless individual responsibility is established before departure. (D) Charges for damage to any public areas or furnishings in a housing facility may be assessed, in NYU's sole discretion, against any or all of those assigned to the floor or the entire facility.

Vacate Procedures: You shall vacate your assigned space, and officially check out and return all keys, by the end of the License Period (immediately upon cancellation or termination of this License). If you do not officially check out, return your keys, and vacate the space by that date, NYU reserves the right to change the locks for the room, and not to allow you to enter the room or the facility in which it is located. You shall also be responsible for all costs and direct or indirect damages suffered by NYU in connection with your failure to check out and vacate by that date, including, without being limited to, the cost of accommodations for each person who would otherwise have occupied the assigned space and all legal and other expenses incurred by NYU in connection with removing you from the assigned space.

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Personal Property: NYU shall not be liable or otherwise responsible in any way for any loss of or damage to your personal property.

Miscellaneous: (a) This License is the sole agreement between you and NYU regarding the assigned space, and may not be changed except by an instrument in writing signed by Housing and you. (B) If any provision of this License shall be found to be invalid, the remaining provisions hereof shall continue in full force and effect. (C) In the event of a court determination of any NYU liability to you in connection with this License, the aggregate amount of damages to be paid by NYU shall not exceed the sum you paid under this License. (D) This License shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of New York applicable to contracts made and to be performed therein. You agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the federal and state courts in New York County, New York State, for the resolution of any disputes arising hereunder. (E) Time shall be of the essence in the performance of each of your obligations under this License.

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DINING PLANS AND RATES · All freshmen are required to maintain a minimum meal plan during the license period regardless of hall placement. · All residents assigned to traditional style residence halls (Brittany, Goddard, Hayden, Rubin, Weinstein Hall and Founders Hall) are required to maintain a minimum of 10 meals per week or 175 Flex meal plan. · Meal plans are not transferable. · Meal plans cannot be canceled or changed, whether used or not, unless the License is canceled or terminated by NYU or unless you make a Housing Web Site request by September 17, 2011 for Fall term and February 4, 2012 for Spring Term. · If Housing cancels your meal plan, it will also cancel all meal plan charges for the period following the date the cancellation takes effect. · No refunds will be made if you miss meals, fail to obtain a valid ID card, or do not use your meal plan.

MEAL PLANS

75 Flex (75 Meals/Semester), Apartment Style Only 113 Flex (113 Meals/Semester), Apartment Style Only 175 Flex (175 Meals Per Semester) (Minimum required for Traditional Style 10 Meals Per Week (Min. Required For Traditional Style Halls) 14 Meals Per Week 19 Meals Per Week 225 Flex (225 Meals Per Semester)

DINING $ PER SEMESTER

$ $ $ 150.00 250.00 150.00

SEMESTER ROOM RATE

$ 1,020.00 $ 1,485.00 $ 1,930.00

ACADEMIC YEAR ROOM RATE

$ 2,040.00 $ 2,970.00 $ 3,860.00

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$ 2,060.00 $ $ 2,155.00 2,215.00

$ 4,120.00 $ 4,310.00 $ 4,430.00

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UNDERGRADUATE HOUSING RATES (PER STUDENT)

RESIDENCE HALL BRITTANY* GODDARD*

TYPE Traditional Traditional Freshmen Freshmen

ROOM TYPE Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 1­2 Room Suites; 2­5 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 1­2 Room Suites; 2­5 Students Triple Room; 3 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 1­2 Room Suites; 2­5 Students Triple Room; 3 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 1­2 Room Suites; 2­5 Students Triple 1 Room; 3 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 1­2 Room Suites; 2­5 Students Shared Studio; 2 Students 2-Room Suites; 4 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 2­3 Room Suites; 4­6 Students Loft ­ 5­7 Rooms; 9­13 Students Triple 1 Room; 3 Students Single Bdrm Suites; 2­4 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite Shared Studio; 2 Students 1­3 Bdrm Suites; 2­6 Students 1­5 Bdrm Suite; 2­7 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 2 Room Suites; 4 Students Shared Studio; 2 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 3 Bdrm Suites; 2­6 Students Low Cost 3 Bdrm Suites; 2­6 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite Shared Studio; 2 Students 1 Bdrm; 3 Students 2 & 3 Bdrm; 4­6 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 2­4 Room Suites; 4­8 Students Low Cost Suites Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 1­5 Bdrm Suites; 2­6 Students Low Cost Suites Low Cost -1 Room; 3 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 2­3 Room Suites; 4­5 Students

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ALUMNI BROOME STREET

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CARLYLE COURT

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Upperclassmen

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CORAL TOWER

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Upperclassmen

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GRAMERCY GREEN

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Upperclassmen

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GREENWICH HOTEL LAFAYETTE STREET

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Upperclassmen

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CABLE Y Y

INTERNET Y Y

AC N Y

KITCHEN N N

MEAL PLAN REQ 10/175 Flex 10/175 Flex

SEMESTER ROOM RATE $ 6,126.00 $ 4,815.00 $ 7,246.00 $ 6,126.00 $ 4,555.00 $ 7,246.00 $ 6,126.00 $ 4,555.00 $ 6,126.00 $ 4,815.00 $ 3,461.00 $ 7,246.00 $ 6,126.00 $ 6,126.00 $ 6,126.00 $ $ $ $ 8,058.00 6,921.00 6,921.00 5,685.00

ACADEMIC YEAR ROOM RATE $ 12,252.00 $ 9,630.00 $14,492.00 $ 12,252.00 $ 9,110.00 $14,492.00 $ 12,252.00 $ 9,110.00 $ 12,252.00 $ 9,630.00 $ 6,922.00 $14,492.00 $ 12,252.00 $12,252.00 $ 12,252.00 $ 16,116.00 $13,842.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 11,370.00 $ 18,398.00 $ 16,116.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 11,370.00 $ 16,116.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 16,116.00 $13,842.00 $ 11,370.00 $ 16,116.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 16,116.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 11,370.00 $ 16,116.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 11,370.00 $ 9,630.00 $ 16,116.00 $ 13,842.00

LOW COST N N N N Y N N Y N N Y N N N N N N N Y N N N N Y N N N N N Y N N N N N N Y N N Y Y N N

Y

Y

Y

N

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Y

Y

N

N

10/175 Flex

Y Y Y

Y Y Y

Y Y Y

N N Y

10/175 Flex 10/175 Flex 75 Flex

Y Y

Y Y

Y Y

Y Y

N N

$ 9,199.00 $ $ $ $ 8,058.00 6,921.00 6,921.00 5,685.00

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

$ 8,058.00 $ 6,921.00 $ 6,921.00 $ 8,058.00 $ 6,921.00 $ 5,685.00 $ $ $ $ 8,058.00 6,921.00 6,921.00 6,921.00

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

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Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

$ 8,058.00 $ 6,921.00

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UNDERGRADUATE HOUSING RATES (PER STUDENT)

RESIDENCE HALL SECOND STREET

TYPE Apartment Upperclassmen

ROOM TYPE Single Studio; 1 Person 1 Bdrm; 3 Students Shared Studio; 2 Students Low Cost Shared Studio; 2 Students Single Bdrm; Shared Suite 2­3 Room Suites; 4­5 Students 2-Room Suites; 4 Students 1­2 Bdrm Suites; 2­3 Students Shared Studio; 2 Students Low Cost 2 Bdrm Suites; 4 Students

PHONE Y

SEVENTH STREET UNIVERSITY HALL W. 13TH STREET

Apartment Apartment Apartment

Upperclassmen Upperclassmen Upperclassmen

Y Y Y

APPENDIX D: 2011­2012

PROPOSED GRADUATE HOUSING RATES (PER STUDENT)

RESIDENCE HALL

TYPE

ROOM TYPE

PHONE

GENERAL GRADUATE STUDENTS

WASHINGTON SQ. VILLAGE ALUMNI HALL Apartment Shared Studio; 2 Students Single Studio; 1 Student Single Bedroom Shared Suite; 2-4 Students N

Apartment

Y

STERN MBA ONLY

PALLADIUM Apartment Single Studio; 1 Student 2 Bedroom; 2 Students Single Studio; 1 student (1 Semester) Y

GSAS-MCCRACKEN SCHOLARS ONLY

STUYVESTANT TOWN Apartment Converted 2 Bdrm; 2 Students N

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CABLE Y

INTERNET Y

AC Y

KITCHEN Y

MEAL PLAN REQ N

SEMESTER ROOM RATE $ $ $ $ 9,108.00 6,921.00 6,921.00 4,555.00

ACADEMIC YEAR ROOM RATE $ 18,216.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 9,110.00

LOW COST N N N Y

Y Y Y

Y Y Y

N Y Y

Y Y Y

N N N

$ 8,058.00 $ 6,921.00 $ 6,921.00 $ 6,921.00 $ 6,921.00 $ 5,685.00

$ 16,116.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 13,842.00 $ 11,370.00

N N N N N Y

CABLE

INTERNET

AC

KITCHEN

SEMESTER ROOM RATE

ACADEMIC YEAR ROOM RATE

N

N

Y

Y

$ 6,925.00 $ 11,834.00 $ 9,199.00

$ 13,850.00 $23,668.00 $ 18,398.00

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

$ 7,857.00 $ 6,954.00 $ 8,318.00

$ 15,714.00 $13,908.00

N

N

Y

Y

$ 11,960.00

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APPENDIX E: 2011­2012 CALENDAR

(DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

JULY 2011

JULY 1 Housing cancellation deadline The housing license is a financial commitment for both Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 (the official license period is August 28, 2011 to May 18, 2012). Cancellation after the July 1, 2011 deadline is not permitted except for documented extenuating circumstances that have been approved by a review committee. The $1,000.00 reservation fee may not be refunded for cancellations authorized after July 1, 2011.

AUGUST 2011

AUG 1 AUG 28 Fall 2011 Meal Plan Changes/Cancellations begin Fall 2011 residence hall check-in

SEPTEMBER 2011

SEPT 6 SEPT 17 SEPT 18 SEPT 19 Fall 2011 classes begin Meal plan change/cancellation deadline Fall 2011 Dining Dollar add-on begins On-line course registration ends

SEPT 25 Check-out for non-registered students

NOVEMBER 2011

NOV 19 NOV 21 Deadline for adding Dining Dollars (Fall 2011) Final day for Fall room changes

NOV 24­25Thanksgiving--all residence halls remain open

DECEMBER 2011

DEC 1 Housing cancellation deadline for Spring 2012 study abroad, leave of absence, Spring withdrawal, or December 2011 graduates. (Cancellation forms may be downloaded from www.nyu.edu/living.) Spring 2012 meal plan change/cancellations begin Last day of classes Exams begin Final check-out for all residents without Spring 2012 housing

DEC 1 DEC 16 DEC 19 DEC 23

DEC 23­JAN 21Winter recess. All halls remain open.

JANUARY 2012

JAN 6 JAN 22 JAN 23 Deadline for new Spring 2012 residents to cancel housing. Written cancellations must be received by January 6 Check-in for new Spring 2012 residents Spring 2012 classes begin

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FEBRUARY 2012

FEB 1 FEB 1 FEB 4 FEB 5 FEB 12 FEB 15 FEB 17 FEB 17 Summer Housing 2012 applications available Fall 2012 Undergraduate reapplication begins for eligible returning residents Spring 2012 Meal plan change/cancellation deadline Spring 2012 Dining Dollar add on begins On-line course registration ends Fall 2012 nonrefundable application deposit due. Undergraduate reapplication ends Checkout for un-registered students

MARCH 2012

MAR 12­17Spring recess. All halls remain open MAR 25 Summer Housing applications due

APRIL 2012

APR 7 Deadline for adding Dining Dollars (Spring 2011)

MAY 2012

MAY 1 MAY 7 MAY 9 MAY 16 MAY 18 MAY 20 MAY 21 Fall 2012 housing non-renewable application available Last day of classes Exams begin. Residents must check-out 24 hours after their last exam unless they have summer housing reservations beginning May 20 Commencement Final check-out for all residents unless they have summer housing reservations beginning May 20 First summer check-in Summer classes begin

JUNE 2012

JUNE 1 Fall 2012 housing reservation payment due

JULY 2012

JULY 1 Fall 2012 housing cancellation deadline

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LAFAYETTE STREET

80 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10013 (212) 992­1010

ALUMNI HALL

33 Third ave. New York, NY 10003 (212) 995­3162

2

11

PALLADIUM

BRITTANY HALL

140 East 14th St. New York, NY 10003 (212) 998­4385

12

55 East 10th St. New York, NY 10003 (212) 995­3090

3

RUBIN HALL

BROOME STREET

35 Fifth ave. New York, NY 10003 (212) 995­3104

13

400 Broome St. New York, NY 10013 (212) 443­3404

4

2ND STREET

CARLYLE COURT

1-19 East 2nd St. New York, NY 10009 (212) 992­1717

14

25 Union Square West New York, NY 10003 (212) 443­7474

5

7TH STREET

CORAL TOWER

40 East 7th St. New York, NY 10003 (212) 995­3343

15

131 Third ave. New York, NY 10003 (212) 443­3000

6

GODDARD HALL

STUYVESANT TOWN C/O WASHINGTON SQ. VILLAGE ADDRESS BELOW

(212) 998­4210

79 Washington Sq. East New York, NY 10003 (212) 995­3131

7

16

THIRD AVENUE NORTH

75 Third ave. New York, NY 10003 (212) 995­3000

GRAMERCY GREEN

310 Third ave. New York, NY 10010 (646) 997­3000

17

FOUNDERS HALL

8

GREENWICH HOTEL

636 Greenwich St. New York, NY 10014 (212) 443­4710

120 East 12th St. New York, NY 10003 (212) 443­4390

18

UNIVERSITY HALL

9

HAYDEN HALL

33 Washington Sq. West New York, NY 10011 (212) 995­3070

110 East 14th St. New York, NY 10003 (212) 443­3600

19

4 Washington Sq. Village New York, NY 10012 (212) 998­4210

WASHINGTON SQ. VILLAGE

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WEINSTEIN HALL

28

5 University Place New York, NY 10003 (212) 995­3040

21

NYUCARD SERVICES

383 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10003 (212) 443­2273

WEST 13TH STREET

47-53 West 13th St. New York, NY 10011 (646) 459­1720

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STUDENT HEALTH CENTER

Medical Services 726 Broadway, 3rd and 4th Floors New York, NY 10003 (212) 443­1000

UNIVERSITY OFFICES

22

30

COUNSELING SERVICE

726 Broadway, 4th Floor New York, NY 10003 (212) 998­4780

RESIDENTIAL LIFE AND HOUSING SERVICES

726 Broadway, 7th Floor New York, NY 10003 (212) 998­4600

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

14 Washington Pl. New York, NY 10003 (212) 998­2222

24

NYU COMPUTER STORE

242 Greene St. New York, NY 10003 (212) 998­4672

25

NYU MAIN BOOKSTORE

726 Broadway New York, NY 10003 (212) 998­4667

26

KIMMEL CENTER FOR UNIVERSITY LIFE

60 Washington Square South, Suite 601 New York, NY 10012 (212) 998­4959

27

OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING

60 Washington Square South Suite 201 New York, NY 10012 (212) 998­4620

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In keeping with NYU's commitment to sustainability, this publication is printed on FSC-certified paper that includes a minimum of 10% post-consumer fiber. (The FSC trademark identifies products which contain fiber from well-managed forests certified by SmartWood in accordance with the rules of the Forest Stewardship Council.) For more information about NYU's Green Action Plan, go to www.nyu.edu/about/green.html.

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