The academic policies of Yeshiva University are meant to facilitate productive and meaningful learning and support efficient progression of students in achieving their academic goals. These policies are set with a vision of the University as a whole and its unique mission.
Individual schools and programs are also responsible for creating their own academic policies and procedures to suit their specific students and specific needs. Such individual policies can be found in the respective student catalog on the Office of the Registrar's Web site or on the Web site of the school or program.
For policies related to the Office of Academic Affairs, please see the following Policies and Guidelines Handbook: YU Office of the Provost Policies and Guidelines