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Students who live in residences can enrich their Hunter College experience by becoming involved in the Residence Life community. Residents can become involved in a number of programs designed to enhance their education and to promote positive relationships within their residences and the community at large.

Only a limited number of  students have the opportunity to live in our residences.

The application process is highly competitive; therefore, it is recommended that students complete the housing application as early as possible.

To learn more about our residences, please visit the Residence Life website.

Are there any alternatives to the Hunter Residence Hall?

Yes, Hunter students are eligible to apply for a room in the  City College , Brooklyn College  and Queens College Residence Halls. Many private residence halls throughout the city offer rooms in a wide range of prices. Other alternatives include renting an apartment with other Hunter students. You may consult the Hunter Residence Hall's website, the Alternative Housing site or the One to World website.


This list of other temporary housing options provided below is for information purposes only.

Sara's New York Homestay, LLC,
1 West 34th. Street Suite 70,  New York, NY 10001
(212) 564 5979

Short-Term and Long-Term Housing

Educational Housing
Availability starts in January
1 (800) 297-4694

Flushing YMCA
Availability starts in January
718-961-6880 extension 133

Graduate Student Housing
International Student House (2 weeks minimum)





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212.772.4864 | f: 212.650.3147
Rooms 1108/1109 East Building, 695 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065

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