members of the Office of Academic Advisement department

Welcome to Yeshiva College/Wilf Campus Academic Advising

The Wilf Campus Advising Center provides guidance and information to students as they complete their degrees. The advisers aim to foster intellectual growth and to help students navigate the complexities of the dual curriculum. General advisers assist students as they transition to college, explore the general curriculum and identify personal interests and goals.

Once students have declared a major, they also meet with faculty major advisers. Major advisers work with Yeshiva College students as they plan out the major and help them to identify extracurricular and professional opportunities that complement and build on their chosen fields of study. Sy Syms students who have declared a major meet with the Sy Syms senior adviser. Overall, our mission is to help students realize their full academic potential and to assist students as they achieve their academic and professional goals.

For a general overview of requirements, see the following: Academic%20Orientation%20Presentation%20Spring%202020%20Revised.pdf

Taking Summer 2020 Courses Outside YU?

Transferring credit from summer courses at another college? Right now our Registrar's Office is working remotely due to COVID-19, and as a result are not regularly getting mail, including mailed transcripts. If the university that the transcript is coming from offers official electronic transcripts, it would be best to have your official transcript sent electronically to From there they can add it to your student file, as well as forwarding it to the Assistant Registrar who reviews transcripts for transfer credit.

THE FIRST STEP - No matter which major you chose, click here for the basic requirements for all YC students.

CORE REQUIREMENTS - The current list of YC Core Requirements.

NEW ONLINE COURSE POLICY - Students may count a maximum of 4 online courses toward their undergraduate degrees. A maximum of two online courses may be applied toward the major and a maximum of two online courses may apply toward the general education requirements. Click here for the complete set of online course guidelines.

SCHEDULING GRID - When arranging your classes, use this handy grid to avoid overlapping courses.