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Over

70K
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alumni in the YU family
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Supported by

7 regional
and international alumni communities
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Four colleges and

8
Graduate schools
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Distinguished alumni since

1886
inspiring future graduates
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Professional Networking Groups

Yeshiva University's Professional Networks bring together industry-related professionals from YU's vast and diverse community of alumni, parents, and friends for networking, educational and career opportunities. The groups offer seminars on the most pressing industry-related issues of the day, providing an excellent networking venue for alumni. We invite you to join us.

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Professional Networking Groups

Yeshiva University's Professional Networks bring together industry-related professionals from YU's vast and diverse community of alumni, parents, and friends for networking, educational and career opportunities. The groups offer seminars on the most pressing industry-related issues of the day, providing an excellent networking venue for alumni. We invite you to join us.

At YU, we feel a deep sense of pride in our progress toward building a great university with a unique mission and its dedication to a centuries-old commitment to the advancement of human knowledge and ethics.

This progress is exemplified in our alumni community. We watch with keen interest and pleasure the achievements of our graduates. Your successes testify to the quality of a YU education, elevate the stature of the undergraduate and graduate schools and ensure the University's continuing vibrancy and growth. All of this, in turn, enhances the value and prestige of a YU degree and confirms that our more than 70,000 alumni are among the best in their fields. This bond between YU and its constituents is a lifelong connection that must be mutually sustained by each so that both can thrive.

Your invitation to visit is always open. You are also invited to join countless others in giving back to your alma mater by volunteeringmaking a financial contribution or participating in one of the many events offered throughout the year. We hope that you will remain a part of the YU community for years to come!

Alumni Profiles

Email us at alumni@yu.edu if you think you'd make a good feature. A list of recent profiles can be found below:


Alumni in Industry

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At YU, we feel a deep sense of pride in our progress toward building a great university with a unique mission and its dedication to a centuries-old commitment to the advancement of human knowledge and ethics.

This progress is exemplified in our alumni community. We watch with keen interest and pleasure the achievements of our graduates. Your successes testify to the quality of a YU education, elevate the stature of the undergraduate and graduate schools and ensure the University's continuing vibrancy and growth. All of this, in turn, enhances the value and prestige of a YU degree and confirms that our more than 70,000 alumni are among the best in their fields. This bond between YU and its constituents is a lifelong connection that must be mutually sustained by each so that both can thrive.

Your invitation to visit is always open. You are also invited to join countless others in giving back to your alma mater by volunteeringmaking a financial contribution or participating in one of the many events offered throughout the year. We hope that you will remain a part of the YU community for years to come!

Alumni Profiles

Email us at alumni@yu.edu if you think you'd make a good feature. A list of recent profiles can be found below:


Alumni in Industry

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At YU, we feel a deep sense of pride in our progress toward building a great university with a unique mission and its dedication to a centuries-old commitment to the advancement of human knowledge and ethics.

This progress is exemplified in our alumni community. We watch with keen interest and pleasure the achievements of our graduates. Your successes testify to the quality of a YU education, elevate the stature of the undergraduate and graduate schools and ensure the University's continuing vibrancy and growth. All of this, in turn, enhances the value and prestige of a YU degree and confirms that our more than 70,000 alumni are among the best in their fields. This bond between YU and its constituents is a lifelong connection that must be mutually sustained by each so that both can thrive.

Your invitation to visit is always open. You are also invited to join countless others in giving back to your alma mater by volunteeringmaking a financial contribution or participating in one of the many events offered throughout the year. We hope that you will remain a part of the YU community for years to come!

Alumni Profiles

Email us at alumni@yu.edu if you think you'd make a good feature. A list of recent profiles can be found below:


Alumni in Industry

YU ALUMinate

The Office of Alumni Affairs is excited to announce the official launch of YU ALUMinate! YU ALUMinate is a unique networking platform available exclusively to Yeshiva University undergraduate alumni that helps alumni reconnect, network, job search and much more! Sign up today: www.yualuminate.com

Office of Alumni Affairs

Aliza Abrams Konig

Aliza Abrams Konig '05S '09W
Director of Alumni Engagement 
aabrams@yu.edu
646.592.4486


Connect with Us


Wilf Campus

500 West 185th Street
Belfer Hall, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10033
Phone: 646.592.4490
Fax: 212.960.5336
Email us:  alumni@yu.edu

  1. How do I get an alumni ID card?
    • For alumni living in the NY area:
      To get an Alumni ID Card, visit our office on the Wilf Campus (500 West 185th Street, Suite 530 in NYC) and we will give you the appropriate documentation. You can then visit the Security Office located across the street, where they will create your Alumni ID Card while you wait. You may also visit the Beren Campus at 215 Lexington. However, you must acquire the appropriate documentation from our office first. Please contact us for a temporary ID at alumni@yu.edu
    • For alumni living outside of the NY area:
      You may receive your Alumni ID Card by mail after submitting a photo to alumni@yu.edu along with your contact information. Please note that this process can take up to 2-3 weeks.
  2. How can I get access to the YU gym/pool?
    Access for male undergraduate alumni to the gym on the Wilf Campus is free of charge. To gain access to the pool, please visit our office. (Please note there is a $100 fee per semester.)
    Unfortunately, due to space limitations, there is no access for female undergraduate alumni to use the gym on the Beren Campus.
  3. How can I access my transcripts?
    To access or request transcripts, visit http://www.yu.edu/registrar/alumni/.
  4. How can I get my yu.edu email address reactivated?
    Reactivating your yu.edu­ email address just takes a few steps. Email us at alumni@yu.edu, and we will contact our ITS department to reactivate your account.
  5. How can I register for YUConnects?
    Registering for YUConnects is simple. Contact us at alumni@yu.edu for your YU ID number; once you have your ID, you can access YUConnects.
  6. How can I access on-campus academic computing?
    Please visit our office for an Alumni ID Card, and then stop by Academic Computing on the 13th floor of Belfer Hall to get 24-hour courtesy. (For extensive access, you must get a sponsorship by one of the schools.)
  7. I have great news I'd like to share. How can I get my news published for fellow alumni to see?
    Please visit our Class Notes page, where you can view current Class Notes as well as submit your own.
  8. I'd like to locate a fellow classmate(s) that graduated with me for personal and/or professional purposes. How do I do that?
    In order to protect the privacy of all alumni, we do not provide personal contact information without permission. We will let your old classmates know that you'­d like to get in touch with them and inform them of how you'd like to be contacted.
FAQs
  1. How do I get an alumni ID card?
    • For alumni living in the NY area:
      To get an Alumni ID Card, visit our office on the Wilf Campus (500 West 185th Street, Suite 530 in NYC) and we will give you the appropriate documentation. You can then visit the Security Office located across the street, where they will create your Alumni ID Card while you wait. You may also visit the Beren Campus at 215 Lexington. However, you must acquire the appropriate documentation from our office first. Please contact us for a temporary ID at alumni@yu.edu
    • For alumni living outside of the NY area:
      You may receive your Alumni ID Card by mail after submitting a photo to alumni@yu.edu along with your contact information. Please note that this process can take up to 2-3 weeks.
  2. How can I get access to the YU gym/pool?
    Access for male undergraduate alumni to the gym on the Wilf Campus is free of charge. To gain access to the pool, please visit our office. (Please note there is a $100 fee per semester.)
    Unfortunately, due to space limitations, there is no access for female undergraduate alumni to use the gym on the Beren Campus.
  3. How can I access my transcripts?
    To access or request transcripts, visit http://www.yu.edu/registrar/alumni/.
  4. How can I get my yu.edu email address reactivated?
    Reactivating your yu.edu­ email address just takes a few steps. Email us at alumni@yu.edu, and we will contact our ITS department to reactivate your account.
  5. How can I register for YUConnects?
    Registering for YUConnects is simple. Contact us at alumni@yu.edu for your YU ID number; once you have your ID, you can access YUConnects.
  6. How can I access on-campus academic computing?
    Please visit our office for an Alumni ID Card, and then stop by Academic Computing on the 13th floor of Belfer Hall to get 24-hour courtesy. (For extensive access, you must get a sponsorship by one of the schools.)
  7. I have great news I'd like to share. How can I get my news published for fellow alumni to see?
    Please visit our Class Notes page, where you can view current Class Notes as well as submit your own.
  8. I'd like to locate a fellow classmate(s) that graduated with me for personal and/or professional purposes. How do I do that?
    In order to protect the privacy of all alumni, we do not provide personal contact information without permission. We will let your old classmates know that you'­d like to get in touch with them and inform them of how you'd like to be contacted.
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