A part-time student is eligible for Undergraduate University
Housing if the following 3 criteria are met (1) she is graduating in January
2017 (2) she is registered for at least 3 credits of formal on-campus courses,
which are required to complete her undergraduate degree (3) all credits and grades for said courses will
appear on her official transcript. There
is a separate application for Part-Time Fall 2016 University Housing, highlighting important points, which
must be submitted for approval by Thursday, April 14th to Dr. Jill Katz, Office
of the Dean, 6th floor, 215 Lexington Avenue.
Login at yu.edu/myyu, click on “Faculty, Students and Staff,” and login using your Banner ID and Pin number. Then, click on “Undergraduate Housing Application."
Current StudentsApplications open on Wednesday, April 13th and close at noon on Wednesday, May 4th.
New StudentsStudents currently in the S. Daniel Abraham Joint Israel Program will have the opportunity to apply for housing at the Yeshiva University Israel Office in May. Housing applications for all new students opens on Wednesday, April 13th and is due Monday, June 6, 2016.
It is our goal to maintain a safe and supportive environment to ensure your success. We have created a residence life program singularly geared to help you have the most positive, engaging and enjoyable experience possible at Yeshiva University.
Yeshiva University has made a conscious effort to keep affordable dormitories below market value in midtown Manhattan in order to accommodate students' needs.
We hope each student embraces this fun, educational and unique environment; the excitement of Midtown Manhattan coupled with the warmth and individual attention of our tight-knit community.
For any questions regarding the housing application process, please feel free to ask your RA or contact a University Housing and Residence Life administrator at email@example.com.
To access the Housing Application, you must pay the non-refundable and non-transferrable $300 housing deposit, which will be credited to your Fall Housing charges. There are 3 ways you can pay this deposit.
1. ONLINE: There is a link at the beginning of the application to pay online with a credit card (Visa or MasterCard). This is the primary way current students pay the deposit.
2. IN PERSON: The Office of Student Accounts on the Beren Campus will be available Monday—Thursday (215 Lexington, 6th floor,) from 9am—5pm, during regularly scheduled class days to accept checks or credit cards.
3. PHONE: You can pay this deposit with a credit card over the phone to the Office of Student Accounts (646-592-4165).
Please ensure that there is no Financial Hold on your account, so that you are able to access the application and your deposit can be processed in a timely manner.
There will be an OPEN HOUSE on Tuesday, April 12th from 9:00pm-10:30pm, where you can view the various room options in 35th Street, 36th Street and Schottenstein Residence Halls. It is strongly recommended that you participate in this program so they can make educated decisions regarding your housing choices.
•Brookdale Residence Hall, 50 East 34th Street, is a 20-story building consisting of Standard 4 person rooms and 5 person suites, housing all freshmen, sophomores and a high percentage of the junior class. Over the summer, both public bathrooms on the 1st floor will be renovated as well as the patio space located behind the back lounge. It is conveniently located across the street from Mendy's Tiberias and Eden Wok restaurants, which are all part of the Omni fund on the Meal Plan.
•Brookdale Residence Hall, 50 East 34th Street, will also offer Deluxe rooms for the first time this upcoming semester. There will be sixteen 4 person rooms which will be updated this summer, to include renovated bathrooms and full kitches (ie: full refrigerators, electric ovens, microwaves).
•Schottenstein Residence Hall, 119 East 29th Street, will remain the Schottenstein undergraduate women's residence and 148 Lexington Avenue (currently known as Schottenstein East) will be configured as a new, separate Schottenstein facility for Cardozo students to be known as The Benjamin. Each residence facilitiy will be separate with its own entrance, fitness center, laundry room and lounges. The layout of 119 East 29th Street offers single rooms with communal bathrooms; a cluster of 2 or 3 people means 2 or 3 rooms near each other. The Schottenstein undergraduate dormitory will received a new fitness center in teh basement, a remodeled Front Lounge and shelving space in each communal bathroom over the summer. There are also plans to create a large communal kitchen to be available no later than Fall 2017. It will also continue to house the second floor Beit Midrash and Cafe 29 food mart.
•35th Street Residence Hall, 150 East 35th Street, is an upscale dormitory consisting of 4, 6 and 8 person apartments with full kitchens. One must request a complete apartment of 4, 6 or 8 students. These luxury apartments are equipped with marble kitchen countertops, state of the art appliances and modern bathrooms. It is conveniently located around the corner from Stanton hall.
•36th Street Residence Hall, 151 East 36th Street, is a 5-story walk-up dormitory consisting of single and double rooms (1 room for 2 people) with communal bathrooms; a cluster of 2 or 3 people for 36th Street means 2 or 3 rooms near each other on the same floor. This summer, shelving will be added to each communal bathroom, ensuring a space for every students' toiletries. Additionally, a beautification project will be underway to renovate the outdoor garden space behind the front lounge.
There are 5 housing options. Within each option, you must select one of the bulleted choices. In order for your request to be considered a mutual request, you and your cluster mates must request the same buildings in the same order.
CHOICE 1: BROOKDALE RESIDENCE HALL (Standard Room)$4,075/Semester 4 Person Room5 Person Room
CHOICE 2: BROOKDALE RESIDENCE HALL (Deluxe Room) $5,250/Semester 4 Person Room with renovated bathroom and full kitchen
CHOICE 3: SCHOTTENSTEIN RESIDENCE HALL (Communal Bathroom) $4,500/Semester Single Room2 rooms near one another on the same floor3 rooms near one another on the same floor
CHOICE 4: 35TH STREET RESIDENCE HALL$7,500/Semester Four Person ApartmentSix Person ApartmentEight Person Apartment
CHOICE 5: 36TH STREET RESIDENCE HALL$4,500/Semester Single Room 2 rooms near one another on the same floor 3 rooms near one another on the same floor 1 Room for 2 people (Double)
500 West 185th Street
New York, NY 10033
500 West 185th Street
New York, NY 10033
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