About EHS

EHS is here to help you. Period. No Gimmicks, No Hidden Fees.

The city can be overwhelming at first, kind of like your first day at a new school. We’re kind of like those cool kids in the lunchroom…except we let you sit with us. Educational Housing Services will help you settle in no time! So, come pop a squat and let’s find your dream abode! Smart. Safe. Simple.

Beyond our residence development and management, our comprehensive Student Life Program is crucial to our mission and our trailblazing success. Residential activities, as well as many special events in and around the city, inspire students to discover their vital new living community and the wonders of New York City safely and conveniently.  Before long, students embrace our supportive environment as a true home away from home, which helps them to flourish academically and socially. 

Our staff has decades of experience in higher-education management.  Their experience has been essential to providing the ideal balance of structure and independence that helps college students succeed.

...But We Haven’t Done It Alone

EHS is the first choice partner for New York colleges and universities. 

We partner with institutions to provide facilities that the schools can trust as part of their own residence life programs. These schools hold EHS in the highest regard, and come to us year after year knowing that collaboration with EHS maximizes institutional resources, expands social opportunities, and increases students’ ability to achieve.

EHS is also active in the leading professional associations and industry organizations, which keeps us at the forefront of student housing trends and advocacy.

EHS Named One of the Best Non Profits to work for in 2011

Educational Housing Services has been named  one of the Best NonProfit Organizations to Work for 2011 by The NonProfit Times magazine.  The awards program, now in its second year,  identifies and  recognizes the 50 best nonprofit places of employment. EHS was profiled and ranked in The NonProfit Times April 1, 2011 issue.  To read the full article, go to