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Living on Campus

Living on campus can be one of the most rewarding college experiences. It's a chance to gain independence, broaden your horizons and meet lifelong friends.  

Your Safety First

Residential Life looks different this fall, but we have many precautions in place to make sure it is still a safe, fun and rewarding experience. Learn more about residential life changes and our OnCampus Plus Plan

Something for Everyone

There are several options for living on campus at Mercy College – whether you’re in a residence hall on the Dobbs Ferry Campus or our brand new Dorm34 at MercyManhattan, there’s something for everyone. 

Hudson Hall

Dobbs Ferry Campus

In our Dobbs Ferry Residence Halls students enjoy stunning views of the Hudson River, a supportive community and easy access to classes, the library and athletic facilities.  

Explore and discover your passions. Across our four campuses a thriving student life has a place for you to be you: 60+ clubs and organizations, on-campus events and 10 NCCAA sports teams.  


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Dorm34 at MercyManhattan

MercyManhattan has expanded and starting this fall students will be able to live at our newly revamped campus in the heart of midtown.  

Student residents get instant access to the benefits of campus - community lounges, dining services, computer labs and library study space without stepping outside the buildings.  


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Live on Dobbs Ferry Campus
New Residential Students

If you’re new to Mercy College, or a current Mercy student who wants to live on campus for the first time, visit our New Residential Student page to learn more about how to apply and get started. 

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Student on Dobbs Ferry campus
Continuing Residential Students

Check out our continuing residential student plan with all the information you need to continue living on campus.

Residential Parking

First-Year residential students are not eligible for parking permits. 

Upperclassmen residents will be eligible for residential parking permits after they are determined fully eligible for housing by the College. Please note there are a limited number of parking passes and residential students are not guaranteed a spot. Permits are assigned based on availability.