Welcome to Yeshiva University
Fall 2020 New Student Orientation
Sunday, August 23rd, through Tuesday, August 25th, 2020
Yeshiva University Orientation has gone mobile!
Get the guide to access the most up-to-date information about Orientation, including schedules, maps, and much more.
Download the Orientation schedule using the Guidebook App:
1. Go to App Store on your phone
2. Search for “Guidebook”
3. Download the Guidebook app
4. Open the App
5. Go to “Find Guides”
6. Hit “Enter Passphrase”
7. Enter the passphrase: yuorientation2020
8. Hit “Download” to download the Guidebook for Orientation 2020
NYS law requires all students to have submitted their immunization history (Measles, mumps and rubella, MMR) to the health office. The health form and additional information can be found at: https://www.yu.edu/student-life/health-wellness/temp
Student Health Insurance Requirement
Additionally, all YU students are required to have health insurance. As such, you may waive out of the YU medical insurance by submitting a waiver demonstrating comparable insurance coverage in NY or you may purchase the YU insurance plan. The form to waive out or to enroll immediately can be found at https://www.yu.edu/student-life/resources/health/insurance.
Please take care of this asap.
Non-Registered Student : If you have not yet signed up for classes, then you are not registered.
For questions related to Housing and Residential Life, please contact:
Beren Campus (Women): firstname.lastname@example.org 646-592-4163
Wilf Campus (Men): email@example.com 646-592-4215
Yeshiva University's Orientation is an interactive experience that provides essential information sessions, introduces new students to college culture and assists students in navigating the buildings, services and resources available on the Wilf and Beren Campuses. Our energetic and talented student guides and resident advisors will be on campus to join you in sessions, share their experiences and answer any of your questions about campus life. Administrators and faculty will also be present throughout Orientation to answer questions and give advice about your educational future. Students can expect to develop a sense of community with other new students, learn their way around campus and make new friends.
Whether you have questions about academics, registration, housing, transportation, student identification cards or financial aid, this Orientation website offers important resources to help answer your questions and assist you in your transition to Yeshiva University.
Wilf Campus Beren Campus
|Student Life||Student Life|
|Academic Calendar||Academic Calendar|
|Campus Map||Campus Map|
After you have reviewed the Orientation website, check out the New to YU website for more University information.
Feel free to email us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to meeting you and introducing you to the many members of the YU family. As always, we're ready to help with any questions or concerns you may have.