Resources and Tools

Academic Calendar
Explanation of Academic Requirements (pdf)
Yeshiva College AP Equivalency, 2016 - 2020

CORE Requirements Checklist (pdf)
Scheduling Grid (pdf)
Tutorial Services
Internships
Wilf Writing Center
Office of Academic Support 

For Academic Advising for International Students, please contact Professor Norma Silbermintz, Coordinator of Academic Affairs for International Students: silbermi@yu.edu

 

Support Services Directory

Have a question? E-mail Answers@yu.edu or call 212-960-5411.


The Office of Academic Support helps empower students to become independent and more confident learners. They help students learn to manage time more effectively, improve test-taking and note-taking skills and to develop better critical reading skills.

Office Location: Furst Hall, Room 412   |   E-mail:  academicsupport.wilf@yu.edu


The Career Center serves to educate and empower students to succeed at every stage of their career- from personalized counseling and career planning to the latest professional search technologies.

Office Location: Furst Hall, Suite 413   |   E-mail:  careercenter@yu.edu


The Counseling Center provides students with quality mental health services, including support for stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, drug/alcohol concerns, etc. All services provided are free of charge and confidential (as mandated by law).

Office Location: Furst Hall, Suite 520   |   E-mail: counseling@yu.edu


The Office of Disability Services collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to provide reasonable accommodations and services to students who have any type of disability including physical, emotional and learning disabilities. 

Office Location: Furst Hall, Room 412   |   E-mail: Mrs. Abigail Kelsen at akelsen@yu.edu 


The Student Health Office provides medical care to students for episodic illness and minor injuries on campus. 

Office Location: Furst Hall, Room 520   |   Contact: 646-592-4290 


The Mashgichim (spiritual advisors) help students with the challenge of learning Torah within a dual curriculum framework. They help students determine the Torah Studies Program or Shiur that best fits their needs and are available to discuss any religious struggle or concern.

Email: mashgichim@yu.edu 


The Office of Student Life helps student leaders create dynamic and meaningful experiences for our diverse student body. If you want to get involved in programs, clubs and on-campus or off-campus events

Office Location: Rubin Hall 106   |   Email: studentlife@yu.edu 


The Office of University Housing and Residence Life oversee all things dormitory related. Each dormitory includes common lounge space, student mailboxes, wifi and 24-hour security. Additionally, your Resident Advisors have access to a 24x7 on-call doctor should the need arise when our health office is closed.

Office Location: Rubin Hall Room 106   |   Email: wilfhousing@yu.edu 

The Writing Center offers FREE one-to-one tutoring on all types of writing, from First Year Writing essays to marketing papers and lab reports. Sign up for an appointment at www.yu.edu/wilf/writingcenter or stop by Furst Hall, Room 202: M-T 12–2 pm and W-Th 12–3 pm.

Office Location: Furst Hall 202   |  Email: wcwritingcenter@gmail.com


The Peer Tutoring Program provides one-to-one tutoring as a FREE service to all of our students to help them achieve their academic goals.

  • For information regarding peer tutoring services for Yeshiva College courses, email Sara Schwartz at sara.schwartz@yu.edu.
     
  • For courses related to Sy Syms, email Aitan Magence at Aitan.magence@yu.edu.

Have a question and still not sure where to go for an answer? Answers@yu.edu is your resource for prompt feedback in response to questions, concerns or suggestions regarding all areas of YU life.