Living on Union’s campus offers a close-knit community of talented and committed individuals with a shared commitment to social justice and faith in all its manifestations.
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.
Union owns and operates two residence halls on campus for its students, as well as additional apartments in the Morningside Heights community.Learn More
Housing Application Process & FAQ
Learn how to apply for housing at Union and review the frequently asked questions about Union's housing options.More Information
Union's Housing Handbook
This handbook contains information and guidelines on applying for and living in student housing at Union Theological Seminary during the 2017-2018 academic year.Download the Handbook
An inside Glimpse
Union’s gothic architecture is unique and personal; no two rooms are exactly alike. In many of the rooms you’ll find unexpected treasures, like a spotlight or a window that overlooks neighboring Sakura Park. Below you can see some representative photos of the kinds of dorms, studio, and one-bedroom apartments that Union has to offer.