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Joe Escano, Amy Garcia, Nancy Negron, Renee Riley, Tim Wagner, Louise Jones, Maritza Pierret, Adele Selik, Noemi Bueno.
More than 1,000 students reside in Medical Center accommodations, a practical and cost-effective way to live in Manhattan. Students who live on campus have the opportunity to take advantage of the resources that both Columbia University and all of New York City have to offer.
All newly accepted medical students are eligible to apply for University housing at the Medical Center. Housing is offered to single students-those who are seeking accommodations only for themselves, and student couples-those who are seeking accommodations for themselves and their spouse/domestic partner.
Students must maintain full time matriculated status throughout their stay in CUMC housing. Students will be asked to leave University housing if their status drops to part-time. October and February graduates have until the end of the month in which they graduate to move out of University housing. May graduates must move out by the last day of their contract/lease.