Yeshiva University

Yeshiva University brings wisdom to life for undergraduate students by combining the finest, contemporary academic education with the timeless teachings of the Torah. Yeshiva’s unique dual curriculum, which teaches knowledge enlightened by values, helps students gain the wisdom to make their lives both a secular and spiritual success.

Yeshiva University also brings wisdom to life for graduate students by not only teaching the knowledge and skills to be highly accomplished scholars and professionals but by teaching the ethical and moral values that will make them truly admirable people. It is the dual emphasis on professional excellence and personal ethics that gives our graduate students the wisdom to succeed in both their professions and their lives.

The university helps professors bring their own wisdom to life by providing encouragement, resources, and intellectual freedom to pursue their own academic ideals. And they, in turn, share their wisdom with the students, society, and the world.

Yeshiva University has a long, distinguished history and record of excellence in the liberal arts, sciences, business, and Jewish studies and has been recognized by US News & World Report as one of the nation’s top 50 national research universities, along with Harvard, Princeton, MIT, Yale, Columbia, and others.

State-of-the-art laboratories and studios throughout Yeshiva University provide students with exciting research and practical experiences in such areas as computer science, astronomy, biology, chemistry, physics, and the arts.


Master's degree
Health Sciences
Allied Health Delivery method Length Location
Master of Social Work On campus, Online / Distance New York City

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Our students study at our four campuses: Wilf Campus (500 West 185th Street), Israel Henry Beren Campus (245 Lexington Avenue) and Brookdale Center (55 Fifth Avenue) in Manhattan, and the Jack and Pearl Resnick Campus in the Bronx (Eastchester Road and Morris Park Avenue).


The Office of University Housing and Residence Life is here to ensure that living on campus during college is pleasant and rewarding. We will work toward your goals for success and academic achievement in a number of ways. 

To provide housing for its undergraduate students, Yeshiva University makes residence accommodations available to qualified undergraduates enrolled on a full-time basis who satisfy the criteria below. If at any time your status changes and you are no longer a full-time student in good standing, you will be ineligible for Housing, and you must inform the Director of Housing immediately.

Shabbat is a warm communal experience in University Housing. Tables are set up in each residence hall lounge for candle lighting each Shabbat. Refreshments and board games are put out every Friday night and Shabbat afternoon in each dormitory lounge for student enjoyment. Elevators in Brookdale, Schottenstein and 35th Street residence halls, as well as Stanton Hall, are set to run automatically on Shabbat. 

Shabbat programming is aimed to be inclusive of students from all backgrounds and inclinations. To achieve the Shabbat environment we strive for, in University Housing residence halls, public observance of Shabbat is mandatory for students and guests. It is the student's responsibility and that of any guests she hosts for Shabbat to abide by the residence regulations.

•    Students' and guests' behavior and dress should be appropriate for Shabbat
•    No Shabbat candles may be lit in student rooms because of NYC fire regulations
•    The use of computers, radios, TVs, microwave ovens, etc., is prohibited on Shabbat. Such appliances will be confiscated immediately if this rule is violated, and the student involved will be subject to disciplinary action.

Accommodation is divided into Women's House and Men's House. 


Yeshiva University

500 West 185th Street
10033 New York, New York

Phone no: (212) 960-5400

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