I should probably put a lot of useful things in this first post but I don't have any. This is so we all stop annoying the people in the NYU applicants thread with our DLS-ness.
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It's my impression that the earliest you can move into the apartments at NYU is August 24th, and you are charged 100-200 for the days of orientation. http://www.law.nyu.edu/housing/ratesand
It appears as if the cheapest apartments are the 2-3 bedroom ones (1300-1500 dollars) in D'ag. http://www.law.nyu.edu/housing/ratesand
The cheapest in Mercer look like 2 bedroom apartments for 1500-1600. http://www.law.nyu.edu/housing/ratesand
Rates include utilities.Amenities:
local telephone, NYU Cable TV, ResNet (high-speed wireless and data capability) and utility charges (Heat/Air Conditioning (seasonally), Water, Gas, Electricity). Each bedroom has a telephone, ResNet and NYU Cable TV connection.What the apartments are pre-furnished with (at least in D'ag -- slight difference at Mercer):
All apartments have kitchens (stove, oven, refrigerator) and are furnished with beds (type L1 apartments are furnished with full size beds, type L2 apartments used for family housing accommodations are furnished with full size beds; all others are furnished with extra-long single beds), drawer space, desk, chair and dining table with chairs. Each apartment is centrally air-conditioned and has wall-to-wall carpeting in the bedroom(s). Lamps, linens, cookware, kitchen utensils, and wastebaskets are not provided. Questions People Keep Asking:Will I get scholarship info in the mail?! Should they have mentioned it on the phone?!
The generally agreed upon answer seems to be that sometime after the first of the year you'll need to fill out various forms to qualify for ANY kind of NYU aid, need-based OR merit-based. The named scholarships are done differently, of course. How long were you under review for/when did you submit/if I submitted in September and haven't heard yet am I automatically rejected?!
See this thread for a bunch of people probably little more qualified to predict the actions of the NYU Admissions office than you are speculating onjust these sorts of questions.NYU ASW INFORMATION
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