1- Baruch has a housing for students located at 1760 3rd Avenue (Upper East Side). It is for students looking for double and triple rooms only.

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2- Some colleges such as Brooklyn College and College of Staten Island offer housing opportunities. Additionally, there are other residences that you may want to take advantage of. Some of these are: Student Housing & Residence Life at CUNY

3- Looking for apartments can take a lot of effort and time. Here is a compiled a list of websites to assist you in your search. These websites will help you get acquainted with what types of options are being advertised as well as information about the amenities and the local area. The websites I have provided will assist you with your search.


4- Short-Term & Transitional Housing

If you need a place to stay while you are apartment hunting, “short-term” options are usually the best and they tend to be lower in price than traditional hotels.

Short Stays

Greenpoint YMCA
99 Messerole Ave, Bklyn
(718) 389-3700
28-day maximum stay

Jazz on the Park
36 West 106th Street
(212) 932-1600

YMCA – Twelve Town
570 Jamaica Ave, Queens
(718) 277-1600
28-day maximum stay

YMCA – Harlem
180 West 135th Street
(212) 281-4100
23-day maximum stay

YWCA – Judson Post
30 Third Ave, Bklyn
(718) 875-1190

Kolping House (Men Only)
165 East 88th Street

Sacred Heart Residence
432 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
(212) 929-5790

St. Mary Residence
225 East 72nd Street
New York, NY 10021
(212) 249-6850

El Carmelo Residence
249 West 14th Street
New York, NY 10011
(212) 242-8224

St. Agnes Residence
237 West 74th Street
New York, NY 10023
(212) 874-1361