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based on 238 reviews
  • Sarah from Princeton, NJ

    Every dorm is different in size, shape and distance from the main campus area. The freshmen dorms are really close to all the academic buildings, but the upperclassmen dorms are much further away. I would suggest getting an apartment beginning… more read full review

    Every dorm is different in size, shape and distance from the main campus area. The freshmen dorms are really close to all the academic buildings, but the upperclassmen dorms are much further away. I would suggest getting an apartment beginning junior year, for a better price and location. One really great thing about NYU dorms is that they don't have communal bathrooms. My freshmen dorm only had suits for two or three people. I only had to share my bathroom with one other person. For some people that is a deal breaker. However, there are also large suites for 4-10 people. That is when you only get 2-3 bathrooms to share among so many people, especially if they are all girls. One thing I love about NYU dorms are the 24/7 guards. It is so important to feel safe in your own living quarters, and NYU does a great job in ensuring that we feel and are safe. read full review

  • isiah from williamston, nc

    the campus as explained on my tour expands across a few miles and is in tune with new york culture. read full review

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