Both new and current students will find much services and support in their educational career at YU, as well as many opportunities to enrich their lives outside of the classroom.
Spring 2019 Add/Drop Forms:
MYP Add Drop Form
BMP Add Drop Form
IBC Add Drop Form
JSS Add Drop Form
Request for Change of Torah Studies Program
Program Change (Add/Drop) Form
Application for Independent Study
Beis Midrash Seating
MYP, SBMP and RIETS shiurim learn in three Batei Midrashot– the Harry Fischel Beit Midrash (the old “Main Beit Midrash”) and the Glueck Beit Midrash and Klein Beit Midrash. Please consult the Shiur Location List below for a complete list of shiur locations. Each Rosh Yeshiva and his shiur has a designated learning area within a beit midrash. Seats will be assigned by the Shiur Assistant of your shiur or by your rebbe if there is no designated Shiur Assistant. Please consult the charts and diagrams on the website (Glueck first floor, Glueck Second Floor, Fischel) to familiarize yourself with your shiur’s location and the name of your Shiur Assistant. When you arrive in your beit midrash please find your shiur’s location and introduce yourself to the Shiur Assistant. He will be happy to help you settle into a makom. Please keep in mind that there are no chazakot on seats from previous semesters.
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
Mashgichim- Our mashgichim wear many hats based on their primary goal of developing meaningful relationships with students. They serve an important role in helping you adjust to a dual curriculum while maximizing your learning and spiritual growth at the same time.
Shiur Assistant's- Most shiurim have an assistant to help you with any shiur related questions or needs.
Madrichim- We have appointed alumni from many Israel Yeshivot to function as madrichim to help our new students acclimate to Yeshiva. In addition to guiding new student the madrichim run get-togethers and events for their fellow alumni.
Academic Advising - Advisors create a supportive environment and forge an ongoing relationship with you to help you fulfill your academic potential. They can help you with any academic needs from registration to helping you pick your major. Here you can access a booking schedule to make an appointment with an academic advisor (Academic Advising Calendar)
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
To find a night seder chavrusa click here
Yeshiva University's Department of Dining Services offers daily meals at our four undergraduate and graduate campus locations. We conduct a kosher operation, under the strict rabbinical supervision of the Kashruth Division of the Union of Orthodox Congregation of America.
Learn more about our menus, locations and other dining services.
Shabbat on Campus
Shabbat is an integral part of Yeshiva life. Featuring Roshei Yeshiva ,mashgichim, guest lecturers, fascinating shiurim, uplifting tisches and zemirot, Yeshiva is the place to experience kedushat Shabbat. In addition, you will enjoy great food and the opportunity to mingle with your fellow students and friends. Make sure to sign up for Shabbat and stay often!
Become a part of Shabbat at YU.
Student Organization of Yeshiva/Jewish Studies Council
The Student Organization of Yeshiva and Jewish Studies Council, also known as SOY-JSC, comprises a diverse student body from YU's Undergraduate Torah Studies Program and RIETS. The mission of SOY-JSC is to create a comfortable Jewish environment, filled with Torah learning and religious life on campus, and fulfilling the needs of YU students on the Wilf Campus.