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Housing Coverage, Day 5

You leaving John Jay with housing

‘Tis the final day! We’ve been through a lot in the cage, but now it’s almost over. We have the last half of sophomores, and we’re going to see a lot of people dropping to online. Stick with us today as we see even McBain doubles become high-demand items.

As on previous days, you can watch the action with our liveblog and running housing tallies.

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3 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous What made the process go more quickly this year? Were appointment times closer together?

  • Tina Dolce says:

    @Tina Dolce Broadway singles gone? hmmm are your counts off?

    1. Betsy Ladyzhets says:

      @Betsy Ladyzhets No Broadway singles are available through the in-person selection process, which is why we hadn’t listed them. But there are 300 singles (now listed) available through online selection.

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