Student Housing in New York
Beginning in June 2016, the International Culinary Center will offer a limited number of single rooms at the New Yorker through Educational Housing Services. Students enrolling in career programs can apply to live at the New Yorker, located on the corner of 8th Avenue and 34th Street, a quick 20 minute commute by subway to the school.
- 24-Hour Main Entry Security Desk & Surveillance
- AC, Heat & Basic Utilities
- ATM in Building
- Communal Kitchen
- Fitness Center
- Flat Screen TV
- Hydration Station
- Key-Card Entry to Building & Room
- Laundry Facilities in Building
- Mail & Package Services
- Premium TV Cable Channels
- Private Bathroom
- Professional Live-In Staff
- Public iPads
- Refrigerator, Small-Size
- Standard Student Furniture
- Study Rooms
- Unlimited National Phone Service
- Vending Machines
- Wireless Internet
Single Room Amenities
- Twin-Size bed
- Two under-bed dresser units
- Desk with chair
- Private bathroom
- Flat-screen TV with premium cable channels
- Small refrigerator
Room availability is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis, so we encourage you to discuss your needs with us as soon as possible, including recommendations for alternative housing. For more information and pricing, contact Robin Hom in Student Affairs by email or call 646.254.7511.
Who Can Apply
Students who are enrolled in Professional Culinary Arts, Professional Pastry Arts, Italian Culinary Experience, Cake Techniques & Design, Art of International Bread Baking or Intensive Sommelier Training are eligible to apply for student housing.
Students enrolling in shorter programs at International Culinary Center can request the ICC’s guide to alternative housing.
The Housing Application Process
To apply for housing, complete the online application form and submit the non-refundable $100 housing application fee to reserve your space. You’ll be notified of your assignment about 2-4 weeks before the start of your class. If you have a question about the application, contact Robin Hom in Student Affairs by email or call 646.254.7511.
To apply for housing, click here.