All students making progress toward their degree are guaranteed to receive full financial support covering tuition and fees plus a stipend for living expenses. Generously subsidized university owned apartments, ranging from studios to shared multi bedrooms, are available near both the Health Sciences and Morningside Heights campuses. Couples' housing is also an option at both locations. The majority of Neurobiology and Behavior students live in two-bedroom graduate student apartments in Morningside Heights, but some opt for housing near the medical campus. For those who wish to live off-campus, public transportation is readily available from the five boroughs of New York City, as well as from suburban New Jersey or New York.
For more information please visit the Columbia Housing website.