Summer Session Housing
On-Campus Housing - Summer 2017
YU Housing is available to all undergraduate students (YU & Visiting) registered for Summer Session I and/or Summer Session II. Please note that YU housing is not open to high school students at this time.
Women's Housing on the Beren Campus (245 Lexington Avenue)
Housing on the Beren Campus is available to undergraduate women (YU & Visiting) who are attending summer classes in either session. Summer students will reside in the 35th Street Residence Hall (150 East 35th Street). This is a fully air-conditioned dormitory consisting of 4 and 6 person apartments with full Kosher kitchens and a state-of-the-art fitness center. Students can request to be placed together in the same apartment.
Students residing in YU dorms follow guidelines to respect those observing Shabbat. You can find information on additional housing policies here. For more information and to apply for housing, please see Undergraduate Women's Housing.
Men's Housing on the Wilf Campus (185th Street & Amsterdam Avenue)
Housing on the Wilf Campus is available to undergraduate men (YU & Visiting) who are attending summer classes in either session. Summer students will reside Morgenstern Hall (2525 Amsterdam Avenue). All rooms are air-conditioned and double occupancy. Students can request to be placed together in the same room.
Please note that students residing in YU dorms follow guidelines to respect those observing Shabbat. You can find information on additional housing policies here. For more information and to apply for housing, please see Undergraduate Men's Housing.
Interested in exploring all of the exciting neighborhoods and housing options New York City has to offer? The following resources may be helpful in your off-campus housing search:
Nectar Furnished Apartments
Work with individual brokers experienced in finding student housing:
Contact: Millie Wang & Stamati Lilikakis, Nectar Furnished Apartments
YU Student Facebook Groups:
Connect with other YU students who are looking for roommates, sublets, and housing:
You can find many short-term rental options on Air bnb.
Please note: While we are happy to provide a list of potential sources of off-campus housing, Yeshiva University does not coordinate or monitor non-university housing. Individuals who choose to live off-campus are responsible for managing their accommodations. YU does not assume responsibility or liability for these resources.