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Don't Just Go to College–LIVE IT!–in Vaughn's
Residence Hall.

As you're making your college decisions, you're also probably deciding where you're going to live.

Choosing to live in a residence hall can help ease the transition to life on your own, jump start your connections to new friends and allow for greater opportunities to interact with faculty as well as get involved in activities and clubs. You can also step off campus to take advantage of all that New York City has to offer. Considered one of the most exciting cities in the world, Manhattan is an education in itself!

Consider becoming part of the Vaughn College residential community. Unlike off-campus living, the residence hall provides you with a unique living environment in which all of your neighbors are students just like you. It's a place to form bonds with people with whom you will be sharing memorable experiences. More importantly, a place to foster relationships with the people you'll consider your best friends for the rest of your life.

 

Vaughn College's residence hall strives to provide a living environment that is comfortable and conducive to building positive community. As in every community, policies and procedures are necessary to protect the rights of individuals and provide the welfare of the community at large.

Read our Residence Hall Policies and Procedures.

Download our Undergraduate Student Housing Application.

Download our Summer Housing Policies and Application.

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Dorothy Martin, Director of Financial Aid

As Vaughn College's director of financial aid, Dorothy Martin is many things to many people. Most of all, she's committed to presenting the best financial options to Vaughn students and their families. > Full Story