Students are responsible for researching and securing their own living arrangements.  If you live in the tri-state area, you may also choose to live at home and commute. Please see below for a list of short-term housing options that former students have chosen.  


Please see Michelle for additional informational. 

Educational Housing Services (EHS) manages several dormitory-style student and intern housing facilities in New York City. These are only open to students and interns. If you are a full-time college student studying at a school in NYC, or a college student coming to NYC for an internship as part of your studies, you are eligible to live with EHS. EHS has more than 25 years of experience offering students and interns safe, high-end dormitory-style housing throughout NYC. EHS offers housing on a semester-based system only.   For Fall 2024 Rates, visit The New Yorker and St. George Towers in Brooklyn Heights.

EHS also offers a discounted rate to Syracuse students that are interning in NYC for the summer.  Please click here for more information:

Each of our spacious suites offers a fully equipped kitchen, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV with premium channels, free grab-and-go breakfast, and on-site laundry facilities.

Apartments of up to four people in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Leases start at 3 months, furnishings, Wi-Fi, utilities, bedding and towels, kitchen utensils, and monthly common area housekeeping are included, and most units have
washers and dryers and dishwashers. All buildings are equipped with smart technology such as keyless entry and "smart mattresses," which monitor and collect data on the quality of your sleep. Roomrs works directly with applicants
to find perfect roommate.
Short & long term furnished & unfurnished, private rentals and rooms for rent. Landlords are screened and marked as “TRUSTED.”

Fully furnished apartments in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens with equipped kitchens, great living rooms, unlimited access to gyms and coworking spaces around NYC, like-minded friendly community with regular events, and one allinclusive price. Weekly cleaning. Private or shared rooms available (rates differ depending on room and location). Minimum stay 30 days.

NYC Intern provides furnished apartments to interns and students (under 27 yrs. old) living in New York City. “Our apartments are in popular and convenient neighborhoods of the Financial District and Downtown Brooklyn."

92nd STREET Y (Upper East Side)
1395 Lexington Avenue, NY, NY 10128
As a proudly Jewish organization, 92NY enthusiastically welcomes and reaches out to people of all ages, races, faiths and backgrounds while embracing Jewish values like learning and self-improvement, the importance of family, the joy of life, and giving back to our wonderfully diverse and growing community, both locally and around the world.  Minimum 30 day stay. See rooms and rates

866-749-4615 / Fully furnished, move-in ready corporate apartments

Co-living (co living) is a shared-housing model in which communities are built around shared spaces in the home, allowing residents to live more affordably and socially.

This is a website that lists various apartments and houses in NYC that are designed to accommodate visiting students. Price and location vary, with options as low as 650 per month. Great place to begin your search and compare
affordable/desirable options.

850 West End Ave / New York, NY 10025
(908) 977-6253
Student Housing Works is a housing provider for students, interns, and professionals. We have long term partnerships with select real estate entities in New York City, Boston, and Miami. Since 1997 we have provided a higher standard of short term and extended term housing on behalf of a variety of multi-national educational institutions and agencies.

St. Mary’s Residence, owned and operated by the Congregation of the Daughters of Divine Charity, provides a temporary home for professional women and students.

“Conveniently located in the heart of residential East Side Manhattan, St. Mary’s Residence can easily be reached by the 72nd Street bus, Q train, Lexington Avenue subway lines or taxi. Several Churches, shopping facilities, educational and recreational centers are nearby. Central Park and The Metropolitan Museum of Art are within walking distance."

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