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The student councils sponsor numerous and varied campus activities and events throughout the year. Student leaders are available during Orientation 2015 to answer your student-life questions.

Student Services


The Yeshiva College Writing Center offers a friendly and comfortable environment where members of the YU community seek writing advice and feedback from trained and dedicated tutors.  The Writing Center aims to help writers gain the skills and confidence to articulate themselves more clearly in prose. We operate on the principle that a powerful way that people learn to improve their writing is through engagement with others.  Respectful of the needs of different individuals, disciplines, and contexts, we facilitate conversations about writing both in the Center and across campus to help writers produce diverse types of texts, whether academic, extracurricular, or professional.  Some of our most important conversations take place in one-with-one tutoring sessions that help writers succeed in their own work. Learn more about the Writing Center here.


The Counseling Center provides undergraduates with a wide range of services, including assessment, short-term individual psychotherapy and medication management, crisis intervention, group therapy and psycho-education.

If you are dealing with adjustment problems, loneliness, depression, anxiety or just want to talk, you may make an appointment by calling 646.685.0112. The Counseling Center is located in Furst Hall, on the 5th Floor.


The Office of Disability Services coordinates reasonable accommodations and support services for eligible students. Some of the disabilities served include physical, emotional, LD, AD/HD, hearing impairments, visual impairments, etc.

Any student who suspects that he may have a disability or who has a documented disability is welcome to discuss it with the ODS at 646.685.0118. The Disability Services Office is located in Furst Hall, on the 4th Floor. 


Interested in planning your career or job search? Visit the Career Center, where counselors are available to assist you.

Programs, services and resources include career exploration, educational workshops, resume and cover letter reviews, mock interviews, graduate school planning, online job listings and on-campus recruiting, and an array of special events, panels and fairs.

To contact the center, please call 212.960.5400 ext. 5033, email or visit The Career Center is located in Furst Hall, Room 413.