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If you are interested in applying to one of our graduate schools, please see Graduate Admissions. The information on this page applies to YU's undergraduate schools only.

Candidates for General Admissions may apply at any time after completion of their junior year of high school. Students should apply no later than February 1st of their senior year of high school.

Application Details: In order for any application to be considered complete for the Admissions Committee to review, the Office of Admissions must receive all items on the checklist.

High school juniors with a superior scholastic record who are interested in enrolling at Yeshiva University prior to obtaining a high school diploma may apply to our Early Admissions Program.

Non-U.S. citizens applying to Yeshiva University should review the additional requirements for International Applicants.

Transfer students who are applying from other colleges should review the additional requirements for Transfer Applicants.

Candidates for admissions are expected to present a strong B average and a (new) SAT score of 1170 (Writing and Language + Mathematics) or ACT composite score of 24. The applicant's character, personality and contribution to school and community life are also factors in the admissions decision. 

Deadlines and Dates. Applications for the Fall 2017 semester are processed in the following stages:


Application Deadline:

Decision Notification:  
December 1st, 2016     February 1st, 2017
February 1st, 2017             April 1st, 2017

Honors Applicants should refer to the Honors Deadlines

Applicants to the Associates of Science in Management should refer to the Associates Deadline.

Applications for the Spring 2017 semester must be complete by November 17th, 2016. Decision letters for the Spring 2017 semester will be mailed mid-December. 

All applicants who require financial assistance should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 1st, 2017.

Students who have been admitted to Yeshiva University can study in Israel for a year. Learn more about the S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program.