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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – HOUSING

Where can I look for housing in NYC?

Will Circle in the Square help me find housing?

Where do most Circle students live?

Where can I look for housing in NYC? A lot of students go through Craigslist to find affordable housing. Also check out The New York Times and The Village Voice.

The other ways people find apartments in NYC are: word of mouth, going through a broker, and staying with family that lives in the Metro area.

Incoming students who need a place to live in New York may contact the School Office for any current information regarding housing sources, potential roommates or apartment rentals. This information is limited and made available only to incoming/current students. Incoming students are advised to make preparations prior to arrival as locating affordable housing in the city can be difficult.

If you have been accepted into the program, returned your contracts with payment and have the appropriate pass codes, click here for housing information.

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Will Circle in the Square help me find housing? It is the responsibility of the student to secure housing. However, Circle tries to offer any information we can to assist the student in their search. Incoming students who need a place to live in New York may contact the School Office for any current information regarding housing sources, potential roommates or apartment rentals. This information is limited and made available only to incoming/current students. Incoming students are advised to make preparations prior to arrival as locating affordable housing in the city can be difficult.

If you have been accepted into the program, returned your contracts with payment and have the appropriate pass codes, click here for housing information.

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Where do most Circle students live? Our students live in a variety of neighborhoods around the city. Hell's Kitchen (a.k.a. Clinton) is the neighborhood most convenient to Circle, about a 5-10 minute walk.

We have a number of students who live in the affordable neighborhoods of Astoria (in Queens), Harlem (in upper Manhattan), Washington Heights (in upper, upper Manahttan near the George Washington Bridge and Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital), and Inwood (North of Washington Heights, the most upper part of Manhattan).

If you have a question about a specific neighborhood and it’s convenience to Circle in the Square, please email us at admissions@circlesquare.org.

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