• Undergraduate Torah Studies

  • YU Chevrusah
  • New Students

    Welcome to Undergraduate Torah Studies! You will have the opportunity of learning from the finest Talmidei Chachamim and building a personal connection with Torah.

    To make things easier, here are a few important pointers.

    Each of the four Torah morning programs has a unique character and each works well for different needs. Please find the welcome letters for each program at:

    IBC Welcome Letter
    MYP Welcome Letter Spring 2015
    MYP Continuing Letter Spring 2015
    SBMP Welcome Letter Spring 2015
    SBMP Continuing Letter Spring 2015


    To schedule a meeting with Rabbi Yosef Kalinsky, associate dean of undergraduate Torah studies, please note the following.


    Rabbi Kalinsky will generally be available from 9:30–10:10 a.m., Monday to Friday, for walk-in appointments. These will be available on a first-come first-serve basis.

    Scheduled Meetings

    Appointments can be scheduled with Rabbi Kalinsky for 10-minute sessions at:

    • 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Monday to Thursday
    • 4–5 p.m., Monday to Thursday

    These meetings can be scheduled online here

    Rabbi Kalinsky's office is on the 6th floor of Glueck in Room 633.


    If you are in MYP or SBMP, please take a look at the current seating plans to find where you shiur will be seated:

    Seating Procedure 

     Fischel Seating Chart 

    Glueck First Floor Seating Chart
    Glueck Second Floor Seating Chart  

    In addition, to make it easier to find where you specific shiur will be meeting, please review the following:
    Shiur Location List

    Learning Opportunities

    There are many opportunities for learning outside the shiurim and classes you take here at YU. Please take a look at the many Chaburot which take place throughout the week

    Here for You

    We are here for you. Please let us know how we can help. There are Mashgichim who are here to help you and be there for you. In MYP, you have access to a shiur assistant for almost every shiur you attend.

    For almost every Israel Yeshiva you attend there is a Madrich whose job it is to connect with the chevra here from that Yeshiva and to host events for you. Your Madrich will be reaching out to you. To make it easier to connect, be sure to find out who your Madrich is.


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