Costs & Housing Information
Spring 2016: Tuition is $20,329 for the semester; housing costs vary.
Housing in New York City – Updated
Following is a listing of places where Ithaca College students have rented in New York City. The College has not assessed these listings, but provides them as starting points as you plan your housing search. Disclaimer: The College does not endorse any of these listings, and will remove any that students indicate should be removed and add listings as students suggest. We recommend that you work with a reputable real estate agent or canvass your family and friends for suitable leads. Only you and your family know what is suitable for you. We do not recommend Craig’s List. As part of your housing search, consider not only the apartment itself, but also the neighborhood, in the daytime and at night. Don’t sign anything without first seeing the place you propose to rent! Some of our students have commuted in from New Jersey or Connecticut.
419 West 34th Street (Midtown) offers single rooms and hall bathrooms.
The Evangeline Markel Residence
123 W. 13th Street (Greenwich Village)
SERVING MEN and WOMEN
Educational Housing Services*
Multiple Locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn
The 92nd Street Y*
1395 Lexington Avenue
122nd Street and Riverside Drive
University Place (We have been told that University Place is now closed)
385 McDonald Avenue in Brooklyn
Residence Hall@ Brooklyn College
1 Kenilworth Place in Brooklyn
Situated less than a block from buses and two blocks from the subway.
“We are on B, Q2 and 5 trains which will take students to Manhattan in 30 minutes.”
Web: www.1kenilworth.com E-mail: email@example.com