Anybody else really conflicted over dorms?

<p>I'm stuck between UHall and Hayden.</p>

<p>UHall is new, spacious, and I like the idea of having multiple roommates (seems to make conflicts less likely to happen). Living right next to the gym and a Trader Joe's sounds awesome. Being right next to Union Square sounds pretty darn nice too. </p>

<p>Hayden, though, is right next to Washington Square and right in the heart of the Village. Being able to roll right out and go to classes sounds great, and Hayden apparently has a way better sense of community than all of the other freshman dorms. </p>

<p>Damn. I have no idea which to pick!</p>

<p>I thought UHall is an upperclassmen dorm… So I’d go for Hayden! everything about Hayden just seems so perfect - nice rooms, good people/socializing, proximity to campus…</p>


<p>It all depends on what you value. UHall is more spacious, and has all the amenities of an upperclassman dorm (kitchen, living room, etc.), but Hayden has a prime location for class, and has an awesome sense of community. Hayden is known as the party dorm, and is predominately white.</p>

<p>If you’re looking to make some friends and have a fun time, go Hayden. Honestly, If I could do it over again, I would without a doubt choose Hayden.</p>

<p>Freshers can live in UHall this year?</p>

<p>According to the NYU website UHall is only for upperclassmen still?</p>

<p>According to this rate sheet for 2012 - 2013, UHall will be a freshman dorm.</p>

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<p>Uhall is now a freshman dorm. It was detailed in the materials ED applicants were sent about housing.</p>

<p>Is UHall or Third North best? I want an apartment style room. I don’t mind having a tiny room, but a larger common area would be nice, so we could all watch TV or play video games or something and have some space to hang when we’re not sleeping. (As far as sleeping goes, I could sleep in a room as big as my bed, it doesn’t matter, because I’ll be sleeping)</p>

<p>UHall is a freshman dorm this year while they’re renovating Brittany.</p>

<p>So we can’t choose Brittany this year? And UHall will never be a freshman dorm again?</p>

<p>lauren; I think they’re renovating Brittany only in the spring, so People who graduate in the Winter could live there in the fall, but it’s an Upperclassman dorm this fall.</p>

<p>And I don’t really think NYU has said… I’m kind of assuming UHall will go back to being an upperclassman dorm next year because it’s nicer than brittany, but who knows? It used to be a freshman dorm so we’ll see.</p>

<p>I’d really like to see UHall as a freshman dorm. I really want an apartment style dorm, so it’d increase my chances of getting one since 3rd North is the only freshmen apartment style dorm.</p>

<p>Go to UHall. Im in Hayden this year, and I have to say if UHall was available, I would choose it. Union square is not a long walk from class.</p>

<p>Quick question (not totally unrelated): Is housing at NYU on a first-come first-serve basis or is it just completely random? Because I’m about 90% sure I want to go to NYU and if committing a little earlier than I intended to gives me a larger chance of getting the dorm I want, I’m willing to do it.</p>

<p>Jax is there a reason you’d choose Uhall over Hayden? Because I’m trying to decide between those two and Founders</p>

<p>I think housing is random because they’ve been sending emails in waves or something lol</p>

<p>its first come first serve</p>

<p>its not first come first serve its random after june 1. You can change your housing options even after paying a deposit till june 1</p>

<p>its first come first serve according to an admissions officer i talked to…unless she was lying</p>

<p>It’s random. I spoke to a housing representative the other day.</p>