NYCIntern is a program of The King’s College, a liberal arts college located in Manhattan’s Financial District. Housing is provided by The King’s College Residence Life and is available to both interns and full-time students in New York City.
Payment plans are not available for the summer term. All fees must be paid in full before moving into the apartment. You may however deposit 50% of your full summer term fee in order to reserve a specific apartment type. The remaining balance will be due on May 1st. All payments except the application fee are refundable up until your move in date.
At the time you send in your application, you will be required to pay a $150 administrative/maintenance fee. This fee is non-refundable and is not deducted from the cost of rent.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
Application fees are non-refundable. No refunds will be given if you cancel on or after the first day of your contract. The Intern may request cancellation of the contract at any time. However, all fees paid and due on the contract are subject to forfeiture. Requests for cancellation must be submitted by either letter or email.
The College reserves the right to remove a student from housing at any time. In cases involving involuntary removal from housing, the intern may forfeit all fees paid. The College further reserves the right to deny housing to Interns who fail to meet the terms and conditions as outlined herein or who fail to abide by all policies and procedures as listed in the NYCIntern Handbook and other official directives as issued by the NYCIntern Program of The King’s College. Upon expiration or approved cancellation of this contract under any of the above provisions, NYCIntern Program of The King’s College shall have the right to re-enter the premises and remove the Intern’s property there from. The Intern expressly waives the service of any notice to re-enter, notice to terminate the tenancy, notice to quit or demand for possession. Breach by the intern of any of the duties established by this contract authorizes the use of any remedy available in law. (You can also find this in the housing contract).
Resources for Applicants
Resources for Residents
- Make A Payment
- Overnight Guest Form
- What to Bring Checklist
- Maintenance Request Form
- Check In/Out Appointment Form
- Resident Handbook
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Phone: (212) 659-7286
The King’s College, 56 Broadway, New York, NY 10004