Yeshiva University's four campuses in New York City are spread across two boroughs:
- Wilf Campus: 500 West 185th Street, Manhattan
- Beren Campus: 245 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
- Brookdale Center: 55 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan
- Resnick Campus: 1300 Morris Park Avenue and 1165 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx
Each campus provides residence, dining, athletic and extracurricular facilities. Students can avail themselves to our four-campus library system, which includes a broad range of collections and services and takes full advantage of the resources and tools provided by modern technology.
Washington Heights, near Manhattan's northern tip, is a lively and historic neighborhood that has had a vibrant Jewish community since the 1930s. The Heights (as it's also known) is home to Yeshiva University's Wilf Campus.
Named in honor of the Wilf Family of New Jersey, this hub of Jewish education boasts Yeshiva College; Syms School of Business (men's division); Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies; Katz School of Science and Health Wurzweiler School of Social Work; Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration; Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary; Philip and Sarah Belz School of Jewish Music; and Yeshiva University High School for Boys/Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy.
Our Manhattan locations also include the Israel Henry Beren Campus of Stern College for Women and Sy Syms School of Business (women's division), situated in midtown Manhattan and close to the Empire State Building and other New York City landmarks. Stanton Hall, the main Stern College building, is located at 245 Lexington Avenue (between 34th and 35th Streets). The Brookdale Center houses Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in Greenwich Village, one of the most historic neighborhoods in the city.
The Jack and Pearl Resnick Campus in the Bronx is home to Albert Einstein College of Medicine (1300 Morris Park Avenue) and Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology (1165 Morris Park Avenue). Nearby attractions include the Bronx Zoo and the New York Botanical Garden.
In addition to studying in New York, many of our undergraduate students choose to spend their first year studying in Israel. The S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program is a formal arrangement between YU and more than 45 yeshivot and seminaries in Israel. The program is headquartered at the dedicated Student Center at YU's Israel Campus in the Bayit Vegan neighborhood of Jerusalem. Students in the program are considered YU undergraduate students and are eligible for all applicable state and federal financial aid programs.