Students who opt to live on campus will stay at the Weinstein Residence Hall. Weinstein has a wide range of facilities. The 2nd Floor East Lounge has a big screen TV, a pool table, and it is our main space staff will hold events and activities outside of class. It is also often used as a study lounge. In the sub-cellar there are music practice rooms with pianos, a laundry room, and three classrooms, the largest of which is used as a study lounge when class is not going on. The dining hall in the building will also be open during the program for both residential and commuter students to use.
The Weinstein Residence Hall is co-ed and each room has its own bathroom. As a part of the experience of college life, students will be responsible for the cleaning and upkeep of their own spaces. Students will also need to bring their own linens–extra-long twin sheets, blankets, and towels. Sets of linens are available for sale from the vendor College Ave. If you do order bedding online, please try to have your shipment arrive no earlier than a few days before you move in.
Residential Hall Staff
The residence hall is led by a team of professional administrators who oversee building operations, supervise the program assistants (P.A.s), help plan and execute the events and activities offered during the summer, and serve as an important resource for students whenever they have a question or need. The Residence Hall Director and Assistant Director oversee all operations and student life in the building, and the Resource Center Manager oversees the front desk and support services such as mail, move-in and move-out, and facilities needs.
In addition, each floor has its own Program Assistant (P.A.), a NYU college student who will be your main resource and guide during the program. Your P.A. will host events in the hall and run the events and activities exploring the city, too! Commuter students may not be living on campus but will still be an important part of the community! Commuter students may also reach out to the P.A.s should they have questions or needs.
P.A.s are on each floor, and all staff can be reached via the front desk of the residence hall.
All students living on campus must check-in to the residential hall no later than 11:00 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 12:00 a.m. Friday-Saturday, students may leave the hall after 7:00 a.m. each day. All students must be in their rooms by 1:00 a.m. nightly. Students are required to submit their NYUCard to the residence hall front desk each night by curfew in order to be in compliance.
Living with someone else, getting to know your roommate, and learning how to respectfully share your space is one of the great benefits of choosing to live on campus. Because of limited space in the residential hall and the goal of the residential experience to allow students to broaden their experiences and meet new people, students are not allowed roommate requests.
MPAP Summer students will be automatically enrolled in the 10-meal/week meal plan. You may, if you wish, sign up for a larger meal plan. Dining halls will be available to students seven days a week. Information about how to change a meal plan is available online. Also don’t forget, your NYUCard will act as your dining card as well as your student ID.
The meal plans available are:
12 meals + $30 dining dollars = $182/week
10 meals and $30 Dining Dollars per week: $166/week
More information about summer dining is available online.
Move-In and Move-Out
Students living on campus may move in to the residence hall on the Sunday before their first class beginning at 8:00 a.m. We ask all students to move in no later than 2:00 p.m. That will give you enough time to settle into your room before the start of the mandatory program orientation. Students cannot move into the residence hall before their program. If you arrive in New York City before the program begins, you should find your own accommodation in the city.
Students must move out by 12:00 p.m. on the Saturday after their last class. Students are not allowed to extend their stay.