Admitted Students


NYU Palladium Hall offers students a dynamic residential experience. Conveniently located at 140 E 14th street, Palladium Hall is uniquely positioned near the vibrant Union Square Park, home to one of NYC's best Greenmarkets and just a 10-15 minute walk to class (7 E. 12th St.). Palladium is a 16 floor building with wifi access throughout, study lounges on the 3rd floor, a laundry room, and the state-of-the-art Palladium Athletic Facility. The Union Square subway station is one block from Palladium Hall, and offers access to the N, R, L, Q, 4, 5, & 6 trains. The nearest NYU dining hall is Weinstein Hall, a 10-15 minute walk, and a university-sponsored Dunkin Donuts is located next door.  In addition, Palladium Hall is steps away from helpful retailers and grocery stores such as Trader Joes, Best Buy, CVS and much more.

Each four person apartment-style suites contain a kitchenette with fridge and oven, a bathroom, a common living room with couch and table, and two bedrooms each equipped with two twin mattresses.

Students are responsible for the cleaning and upkeep of their own rooms, and they will also need to bring their own linens, including extra-long twin sheets, blankets, and towels.

Linens can be purchased through the vendor College Ave . If you do purchase bedding online and have it shipped to Palladium Hall, please be sure to have your package arrive no earlier than a few days before you move in.

For an idea of where Palladium Hall is compared to your class location and dining halls, see this campus map.

Palladium dorm room
Palladium dorm room

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Residential Hall Staff

The residence hall is led by a team of professional administrators who oversee building operations, supervise the Program Assistants (P.A.), help plan and execute the events and activities offered during the summer, and serve as an important resource for students whenever they have a question or need.

The residence hall director and assistant director oversee all operations and student life in the building, and the Resource Center manager oversees the front desk and support services such as mail, move-in and move-out, and facilities needs.

In addition, each floor has its own Program Assistant (P.A.)—an NYU college student who will be your main resource and guide during the program. Your P.A. will host events in the Hall and will oversee the events and activities exploring the City as well! Commuter students who do not live on campus are an important part of the NYUSPS HS Academy community! They can also reach out to the P.A.s should they have questions or needs. In addition, they can sign up for all of the events and activities available to those students living in the residence hall. P.A.s are located on each floor, and all staff members can be reached via the front desk of the residence hall.


All students living on campus must check-in to Palladium Hall no later than 11:00 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 12:00 a.m. Friday-Saturday, students may leave the Hall after 7:00 a.m. each day. All students must be in their rooms by 1:00 a.m. nightly. Students are required to submit their NYUCard to the residence hall front desk each night by curfew in order to be in compliance.

Overnight or Weekend Leave

Because we take student safety seriously and are very strict with curfew, it is important that we receive advance notice should a residential student plan to be away from campus on a particular night or during a weekend if they are enrolled in back-to-back programs. Parents are required to submit an Overnight Leave Form to the NYU School of Professional Studies at least 48 hours in advance of a leave or by noon on Friday for a weekend leave. Information about overnight leaves can be found in the NYUSPS High School Academy Handbook.


Living with someone else, getting to know your roommate, and learning how to respectfully share your space is one of the great benefits of choosing to live on campus. Because of limited space in the residential hall and the goal of the residential experience to allow students to broaden their experiences and meet new people, students are not allowed roommate requests.

Move-In and Move-Out

Students living on campus may move in to the residence hall on Sunday beginning at 8:00 a.m. We ask all students to move in no later than 2:00 p.m. That will give you enough time to settle into your room before the start of the mandatory program orientation. Students cannot move into the residence hall before Sunday. If you arrive in New York City before that day, you should find your own accommodation in the city.

The last day of classes is Friday. Students must move out after class that day by 8:00 p.m. Students are not allowed to extend their stay unless they are enrolled in a NYUSPS High School Academy program beginning the following week.

Please note: only students aged 15 years or older at the time of the program are permitted to live in NYU Housing. Students age 14 or younger at the time of the program are ineligible for NYU Housing, but may still participate in the program and commute.