Congratulations on your acceptance to the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY.
Follow the steps below to start your Fall 2020 enrollment:
2. Submit your commitment deposit
4. Submit official final transcripts
6. Proof of New York State Residency
7. Financial Aid
8. International students
9. Computer and technical requirements
Below are a number of housing options available to students:
The CUNY Graduate Center
The CUNY Graduate Center offers housing to students. For additional information on available apartments, visit the Graduate Center website for more information. You may also email the Graduate Center Housing Office with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 817-7605.
CUNY City College Towers
The International House is designed like a family home, albeit a large family, the historic building offers both private and shared space. Residents enjoy many spaces to study, socialize, eat, dance, learn about fellow Residents, and get involved in community life. The most rewarding experiences at International House occur in these shared spaces. Graduate students and young professionals from institutions across New York City reside in our affordable housing facilities. See inside International House with our virtual tour.
Educational Housing Services (EHS)
Educational Housing Services (EHS) manages several dormitory-style housing facilities in New York City. Full-time college students studying at a school in NYC, or a college student coming to NYC for an internship as part of their studies often choose to live in one of their residences. EHS has more than 25 years of experience offering safe, high-end dormitory-style housing in both Manhattan and Brooklyn. They offer housing on a semester-based system only.
Newmark J-School Housing Facebook Group
This Facebook group is open to the Newmark J-School community, including future, current and former CUNY students. Post here if you are searching for an apartment, need to sublet or rent out your apartment.