Welcome to the Student Resources page for current Ferkauf students. We hope this page will provide you with the information needed to help you navigate through your program at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology.
The 2014-2015 (PDF) supercedes all previous printed and online versions of the Ferkauf Catalog and academic regulations and is binding on all current graduate students. It was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time of publication and is updated regularly by the dean, program directors, faculty and University administrators of Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology.
The University reserves the right to change tuition, fees, course offerings, regulations, and admission and graduation requirements at any time without prior notice. Students should refer back to this online catalog on a regular basis for the latest information on Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology policies and procedures.
2013-2014 Academic Catalog
2008-2012 Academic Catalog
This Step-by-Step Guide will help you navigate all aspects of MY YU. Please see below for additional information.
Last Day to Drop a Fall 2015 Course without Financial Penalty: Tuesday, September 1st
Spring 2016 Registration: Tuesday, December 1st - Friday, December 18th
Spring 2016 Course Schedule with CRN's (as of 11/17/15)
Spring 2016 Grid (as of 11/17/2015)
Fall 2015 Classroom Assignments (as of 8/26/2015)
Fall 2015 Schedule (with CRN's)
Fall 2015 Schedule (as of 4/24/2015) (with pre-reqs and material fees)
Fall 2014 Grid (as of 5/22/14)
Please note, according to the Ferkauf catalog, "Students must maintain continuous registration until graduation - including registering for research until the oral defense is complete." This includes registration for Research Project I & II and Dissertation Planning. A student who neither registers nor secures an official Leave of Absence for any semester is considered as having withdrawn from the school.
You may obtain an official enrollment verification certificate at any time, free of charge, by logging into MY YU. The verification certificate can be presented to health insurance agencies, housing authorities, consumer product companies, banks, etc., when asked to provide official evidence of enrollment at Yeshiva University.
To request your certificate:
Students can now order a transcript through MY YU. Please refer to the Transcript Ordering Procedures for step by step instructions. Please make sure you read carefully the information regarding ordering an electronic email (PDF) transcript. If there are pending issues such as grading, degree conferral, outside coursework, etc., it may be necessary to review your unofficial transcript beforehand to ensure aesthetical content.
In order to be considered for degree conferral, you must submit a Graduation Application to the Office of the Registrar by the deadlines listed below. All doctoral students are required to apply for and obtain a Master's en route degree en route. Degrees are conferred September 30th, January 31st, June 30th, and August 31st of each year. In order to be eligible for a degree, you must complete all program requirements by the degree date. For doctoral students, this includes but is not limited to completion of all required coursework, externships, internships, passing the oral defense, completion of all revisions, and submission of a research project/dissertation.
Applications for the January degree are due November 1st while applications for the June, August, and September degrees are due March 1st. Degrees are only conferred when the Office of the Registrar officially confirms that all requirements have been met. If a student does not meet the requirements for the date she applied, she must file a new application for each subsequent degree date until the degree is conferred. Diplomas will be mailed to the address the student lists on the Graduation Application within 8 weeks of the degree date.
Students who plan to defend must schedule their oral defense with the Psychology Office at least 2 weeks in advance of their oral defense date. Students who plan to graduate should schedule their oral defense early enough to have time to work on revisions and submit their research project/dissertation before the degree date.
All Ph.D students are required to submit a dissertation for binding. The dissertation must be formatted according to the Dissertation Formatting Guidelines. After you pass your oral defense and your revisions have been approved by your chairperson, please email a copy of your formatted dissertation to Jeannine Englert, Assistant Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org). She will review the dissertation and let you know of any additional changes.
Once Ms. Englert has approved your dissertation, please follow the Printing Instructions for submitting copies of your dissertation and the required paperwork. Along with the copies of your dissertation, you will need to submit the Mailing Address Form and the 2012-2013 UMI Agreement. For assistance deciding which publishing options to choose, please read the UMI Publishing Options Guide. There is a $350 fee that is required upon submission of your dissertation and paperwork.
The Office of the Dean (in partnership with the Office of Disability Services) assists students with documented disabilities and medical conditions in obtaining reasonable accommodations. If you believe that you may need an accommodation, please review the information below.
Process for Requesting Accommodations
Types of Acceptable Documentation
Request for Accommodations Form
Student Bill of Rights
The University is committed to providing options, support
and assistance to victims/survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence,
dating violence, and/or stalking to ensure that they can continue to
participate in University-wide and campus programs, activities, and
employment. All victims/survivors of
these crimes and violations have the following rights, regardless of whether
the crime or violation occurs on campus, off campus, or while studying abroad:
All students have the right to:
information about preventing and addressing sexual assault, domestic violence,
dating violence, and stalking at the University, see the University’s
Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy and Complaint Procedures available
on the University’s website at: http://yu.edu/student-life/resources-and-services/standards-policies/; http://yu.edu/hr/policies/; and http://yu.edu/ogc/policies/ (among other places). This policy includes information about filing
a report, seeking a response and options for confidential disclosure.
The Ferkauf Academic Calendar lists important dates that every student should know, and we encourage all students to refer to this calendar frequently throughout the semester. Please note, the calendar may change at any time.
Updated 2015-2016 Academic Calendar (PDF)
2014-2015 Academic Calendar (PDF)
2013-2014 Academic Calendar (PDF)
2012-2013 Academic Calendar (PDF)
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