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  • New York City Summer Internship Housing

    New School housing offers a safe and convenient home base in New York City for all summer interns and college students, whether they are affiliated with The New School or with other colleges and universities.

    This year, we are offering housing in four suite-style residence halls for students doing internships in New York City over the summer: the 20th Street Residence, the Stuyvesant Park Residence, Kerrey Hall, and Loeb Hall.

    The 20th Street Residence is located in the heart of Chelsea, with art galleries, excellent dining, the High Line, and Hudson River Park all within a few blocks. The Stuyvesant Park Residence, Kerrey Hall, and Loeb Hall are all a short walk from Union Square, a summer evening hangout for young people from all over the city and the venue for the famous Greenmarket, held four days a week.

    Costs and Availability

    All summer housing for interns is ten weeks, from June 1 to August 9.  Please use the links below to apply for a specific building and type of bedroom.

    • Large single in a suite in Stuyvesant Park - $4,000: SOLD OUT for summer 2014 (to be added to the wait list, click here)

    Housing check-in is Sunday, June 1, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. Check-out is Saturday, August 9, before noon. Full payment is required when you submit your application. There is no refund or discount for late check-in or early check-out.

    All housing accommodations are suite style and have shared kitchens and bathrooms used by other suitemates. Because of the structure of our suites, co-ed rooms and rooms for married couples are not available. Please note that single rooms are limited in number and are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Eligibility

    To be eligible for summer internship housing, you must be a degree-seeking student at a college or university in the United States or abroad and either have an internship assignment in New York City or nearby or be registered to take summer classes at The New School or another local college or university. Documentation of your status may be requested at any time after you apply for housing (see the application form).

    Summer Housing Concierge

    Having a place to sleep and connect to the Internet in New York City is essential, but The New School believes that visiting students need more than just basic amenities. Both residences offer scheduled programs and concierge service. Students are encouraged to ask the concierge for tips about dining, entertainment, and other activities; places of interest; and directions to and from wherever they wish to go.

    Cancellation Policy

    All cancellations of housing contracts must be made in writing to the assistant director of summer programs and housing services (see address below). The refund schedule is as follows:

    • Cancellation at least four weeks before check-in date: 100 percent refund
    • Cancellation four to two weeks before check-in date: 50 percent refund
    • Cancellation two weeks or less before check-in date: no refund

    The $250 housing application fee (included in the initial cost listed above and included in the payment) is forfeited in all instances.

    Enjoy Your Summer in New York City

    A few highlights of summer in New York City (this list includes mainly events in Manhattan, but activities and events take place in all the boroughs)

    1. Free outdoor concerts and movies in Battery Park, Bryant Park, Central Park, and other city parks
    2. Gay Pride Week and Parade - www.nycpride.org/events (early July)
    3. Macy's Fourth of July fireworks - www.macys.com/fireworks
    4. Union Square Greenmarket and neighborhood green markets
    5. NBC, ABC, and CBS Summer Concert Series
    6. Museum Mile Festival - museummilefestival.org (early June)
    7. South Street Seaport concerts and events - www.southstreetseaport.com
    8. River to River Festival - www.rivertorivernyc.com (June-July)
    9. Governor's Island, open for visits and the site of an annual music festival - www.govisland.com
    10. Professional sports - Mets and Yankees baseball, along with their AAA teams, Red Bulls MLS Soccer, and the U.S. Open
    11. Coney Island and Rockaway Beach, both accessible by subway

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