Yeshiva University

Campus Description

Founded in 1886, Yeshiva University is America's oldest and most comprehensive institution of higher education under Jewish auspices. It is a multifaceted institution of 18 undergraduate and graduate schools, divisions, and affiliates at four New York City campuses. The University's academic programs reflect the full range of knowledge in the arts, sciences, and professions, and the rich treasures of Jewish culture and thought.

Undergraduate students at both the men's and women's campuses experience the ambiance of intimate classes, the challenges of dual curricula in diverse academic majors and Jewish studies, and opportunities beyond the University that include study in Israel and combined degree programs with other leading institutions. The cutting-edge research at the graduate schools - including the University's renowned medical college and its affiliated teaching hospitals - sets the pace for continued growth to meet the challenges of the next century.

Coordinate colleges. Graduate and first professional programs are coed.

500 West 185th St., New York, NY 10033-3299

Phone: 
212.960.5277
Fax: 
212.960.0086

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Degrees Offered

Associate, Bachelor's, Master's, Post-Master's Certificate, Doctorate, First Professional

Sports

Varsity Sports: Women's: basketball, cross-country, fencing, soccer, tennis, volleyball. Men's: baseball, basketball, cross-country, fencing, golf, soccer, tennis, volleyball, wrestling.

Intramural Sports: Women's: basketball, volleyball. Men's: basketball, fencing, floor hockey, roller hockey, ultimate frisbee.

Clubs and Activities

Clubs (Active Minds, AIPAC, Belles, Blood Drive, Bnei Akiva, Bone Marrow Testing, Book, Brazilian, Canada, Chabad, Chabad Club, Chemistry Club, Chesed Club, Club Maccabee, College Democrats, College Democrats, College Republicans, College Republicans, Computer Science Society, Creative Writing, Debate Team, Economics Society, Education Club, Eli Steinberger Research Presentations, Environmental/Energy, European Club, Face Aids, Film Appreciation, Fine Arts Society, French, Genetics Jewish Disease Testing, International, Israel, Israel Club, J.P. Dunner Political Science Club, Jacob Hecht Pre-Law Society, Joseph Dunner Political Science Society, Judo, KBY Club, Kol Hamivaser, LASS- Latin American Studies Society, Magic, Medical Ethics, Morroccan, Nutrition Club, Occupational Therapy Club, Persian, Philosophy Book Club, Philosophy Club, Photography, Physics, Pre-Dental Club, Pre-Dental Society, Pre-Law Club, Pre-Med, Pre-Optometry Club, Psychology, Psychology Club, Public Speaking, Russian Club, Russian Club, Russian Student Association, Saga, SCDS, Sephardic Club, Skiing Club, Social Justice Society, Sociology Club, Speech Pathology and Audiology, STAND, Student Martial Arts, TEIQU- Torah exploration of ideas questions and understanding, Tolerance Committee, Wiffleball, World Affairs Forum/International Relations, WYUR, YU Acappella Group- the Maccabeats, YU Diabetics, Zachor).
Honor Societies (Alpha Epsilon Delta, English, Psi Chi, Sigma Delta Rho).

Publications (Besamim, Clarion, Commentator, Guide to the Perplexed, In Motion, Kochavia, Nefesh, Observer, Perspectives in Psychology, Shem VeYafet, Sigma Delta Rho, Sounding Board).

Featured Programs

Yeshiva University is the country's oldest and most comprehensive institution combining traditional Jewish scholarship with academic excellence and achievement in the liberal arts and sciences, medicine, law, business, social work, psychology, and education. The University reflects a millennia - old Jewish commitment to the advancement of human knowledge and ethics.

Enrollment for Fall 2015

Undergraduate (Matriculated): 2,744 (Full-time: 1,464 men, 1,227 women; Part-time: 38 men, 15 women). Undergraduate coordinate colleges.
Graduate (Matriculated): 3,459 (Full-time: 1,123 men, 1,426 women; Part-time: 390 men, 520 women)
SAT verbal range: 580 – 700
SAT math range: 570 – 710
ACT range: 23 – 29
86% have a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher
14% have a high school GPA of 2.0 to less than 3.0

Campus Demographics

 Undergraduate StudentsGraduate Students
% Black / African American0%4%
% Asian0%7.7%
% Hispanic / Latino0.22%5.1%
% White, Non-Hispanic93.7%38.4%
% American Indian / Alaskan Native0%0.1%
% Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander0%0.1%
% International / Nonresident Alien4.7%15%
% Two or more races0.11%0.7%
% Unknown Race / Ethnicity1.2%28.9%

Tuition Information for 2015-2016

Tuition & Fees:
$39,530 per year, or $1,350 per credit
Tuition Only:
$37,930
Room & Board:
$11,250
Room Only:
$7,850
Graduate Tuition & Fees:

Admission/Application Deadlines

Application Deadlines (Same for Freshmen and Transfers): fall- February 1; spring- November 15

Financial Aid Deadlines

Financial Aid Deadlines (Same for Freshmen and Transfers):
rolling

Application Requirements

HS scholastic record; SAT or ACT; interview.
Average Financial Aid Package:
$16,204
Average Non-Need-Based Scholarship or Grant Aid:
$10,877
Types of Non-Need Aid Awarded:
Academic