Union Theological Seminary owns and operates two residence halls for housing its students. They are:
600 West 122nd Street
New York, NY 10027
99 Claremont Avenue
New York, NY 10027
In addition, there are a few two-bedroom apartments in the Morningside Gardens complex between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, north of 123rd Street. Housing in New York City is scarce, and rental rates for Union residences are below market. Seminary rental charges include all utilities except for telephone, Internet connection and cable charges. Wireless access to the Seminary’s Internet system is provided free of charge to Union students.
A seven-story residence hall with both dormitory rooms and apartments directly connected to the central Seminary complex. The residence provides elevator service and a mailroom. Laundry facilities are available in McGiffert Hall.
Limited storage is available. A large closet is available for each floor in Hastings Hall suitable for storing a few boxes per dormitory room or apartment. Items are stored at the resident’s own risk. The dormitory rooms are on floor seven. The Seminary provides a kitchen, lounge and bathrooms on the dormitory floor; it is co-ed.
Studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments are available on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th floors. All are self-contained with a private bath and kitchenette.
A seven-story residence hall with both dormitory rooms and apartments is located directly across the street from the central Seminary complex and is connected by a pedestrian tunnel. The residence hall provides laundry facilities, elevator service and a mailroom.
Limited storage is available. For dormitory rooms, boxes and other items may be stored in a large closet shared by the floor. There are no storage facilities for studios and apartments. Dormitory rooms are on floors one and two. The floors are co-ed. The Seminary provides a kitchen, lounge and bathroom(s) on each of the dormitory floors. Studio and one-bedroom apartments are available in McGiffert Hall. All are self-contained with a private bath and kitchenette.
Union Seminary owns and maintains a few two-bedroom apartments in a cooperative housing complex two blocks from the central Seminary structure. Buildings are equipped with mailboxes, laundry facilities and elevator service. A storage room is available for trunks and suitcases.