The housing and housing assistance referred to on this Webpage is not being provided by The Institute of Culinary Education (“ICE”), but rather through the auspices of several companies that specialize in providing housing on a short term basis in the New York City Metropolitan Area (the “Housing Assistance Companies”). While ICE believes that these Housing Assistance Companies are reputable, ICE is not affiliated with them, does not control them or their employees or representatives, and is not responsible or liable for their actions or omissions or any representations or recommendations that they may make. ICE is not an agent for any of the Housing Assistance Companies and has no authority to bind, or act on behalf of, any of them. None of the Housing Assistance Companies or their respective employees or agents is an agent of ICE and none of them has any authority to bind or act on behalf of ICE. ICE has not been offered, and it is not accepting any fee, reimbursement or payment in connection with the services being provided by the Housing Service Companies.
The Housing Companies may directly provide housing to you as a landlord, or they may simply arrange for you to rent housing from a third party landlord or share a room with another tenant or owner of a home. You may be required to enter into verbal or written leases, agreements or arrangements with the Housing Service Companies, the landlords and/or others. ICE strongly advises you to carefully review and make sure that you understand any agreement or arrangement before signing it or otherwise committing yourself. ICE does not assume any responsibility with respect to any agreement, arrangement or other understanding that you may enter into with any Housing Service Company, any landlord, or anyone else.
ICE has used reasonable efforts to research and provide a range of Housing Companies for its students’ varying comfort levels and budgets. All statements made by ICE regarding the Housing Companies or the services to be provided by them, including, but not limited to: amenities, costs, lease terms, testimonials, etc. (“Housing Services”) are based on information provided to ICE by the Housing Companies for promotional purposes. Although ICE has no reason to believe that such statements are false, ICE makes no representation or warranty that they are true, correct or complete, and ICE assumes no responsibility with respect to any Housing Services (or lack thereof). Before entering into any agreement, arrangement or commitment with respect to any Housing Company or relying on any Housing Company for any Housing Services, you should specifically confirm any understandings or assumptions that you may have regarding such Housing Services with the applicable Housing Company. Also, ICE has not necessarily inspected the housing or other accommodations offered to you, and ICE makes no representation or warranty, express or implied, that any such housing or accommodations will satisfy your needs or desires or expectations as to quality, safety, location, or any other matter. ICE strongly recommends that you do your own research and due diligence, that may include visiting the actual housing or accommodations offered to you and; if applicable, interviewing any prospective roommates or others with whom you may be sharing such housing or accommodations prior to entering into any lease, agreement, arrangement or other commitment with respect to such housing or accommodations.
ICE is not responsible or liable for, and has no control over, any landlord, co-tenant, or other person with whom you may enter into an arrangement for, or with whom you may share an accommodation or housing. ICE does not guaranty in any manner and makes no representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the safety of any accommodation or housing or the neighborhood in which it is located. ICE is not responsible for mediating or resolving any disputes that may arise between you and any Housing Service Company, any landlord, any co-tenant, or any other person with whom you may share an accommodation or housing.
The housing information presented in ICE’s advertisements or other promotions or marketing materials, including, but not limited to, ICE’s website, brochures, or verbally via a representative of ICE has been provided by the Housing Companies and is believed by ICE (without further inquiry) to be true at the time of advertisement. It is not to be considered a complete resource of all housing opportunities available in the surrounding communities of ICE’s campus. Students of ICE are under no obligation to utilize the services of any Housing Assistance Company. Moreover, ICE does not guarantee housing through any of these listings. If for any reason you need additional help obtaining accommodations in the New York City area, please notify ICE, and they will help you in any reasonable way they can.
*Restrictions apply. The ICE Travel Offer is valid ONLY towards the ICE Student Housing Program. Students must tour the school and meet with an approved partner in the ICE Student Housing Program to receive a benefit under the ICE Travel Offer. The student must enroll in the Career Training program at ICE to be reimbursed for travel expenses. Prospective students who do not enroll in the Career Training program or students that enroll, but do not start the program will not be covered for travel expenses. Offer covers solely one round trip economy flight on a commercial airline to an airport in the New York Metropolitan Area and leaving from and returning to a major airport in the Continental United States. Flights are subject to availability and bookings must be made at least 30 days in advance and must be pre-approved by an admissions representative from ICE. Economy lodgings at a commercial hotel, motel or other lodging pre-approved by an admissions representative from ICE for up to two nights is also included. In no event will ICE be responsible for reimbursing the prospective student for more than $750 in the aggregate for the airfare and lodging. This offer does not apply to ground transportation to or from the airports, the school, or otherwise, meals, incidentals or any other miscellaneous expenses. ICE will not advance funds for airfare or lodgings. Upon completion of your sixth day of Career Training classes and presentation of sufficient documentation evidencing that the prospective student has paid for such expenses, ICE will apply such amount as a credit against such student’s tuition. If the prospective student does not enroll, no travel expenses will be reimbursed. This offer applies only to prospective students and not to guests or representatives of prospective students. In addition, this offer has no cash value. Sorry, there are no exceptions to any of the foregoing restrictions.