Tuition and Fees 2020–2021
Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology

What does it cost to attend Yeshiva University's Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology? Find our tuition, fees, scholarship and financial aid information here.


All Students - per credit


$1,905 per credit

All Students- full time


$20,450 per semester

Maintenance of Status


$1,905 per semester


Registration Fee


$70 per semester

Activity Fee


$80 per semester

Technology Fee


$125 per semester

Health Insurance


$2,314.50 per semester

SPSS Fee (Doctoral programs)


$25 per year

Maintenance of Status Registration Fee


$70 per semester

Internship Registration Fee


$70 per semester

Materials Fee (on specified courses)


$100 per course/per semester

Doctoral Internship


$500 per semester

Dissertation Fee


$350 original copy

Dissertation Additional Copy


$30 per copy

Graduation Fee



Financial Aid

Students who are requesting financial aid must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please make sure to include the correct Yeshiva University Federal School code: 002903 and campus code of 00.

Scholarships and Institutional Loans are determined by the Ferkauf Dean's Office.

For the 2019-2020 Academic Year: If you would like to take out the Unsubsidized Stafford Loan, please visit our Loans page. All students will be eligible for up to $20,500 per academic year. 

If you have any questions about the loans, please contact the Yeshiva University Financial Aid Office at 212-960-5399.

International students (which include students who are not citizens, nationals, permanent residents, or eligible non-citizens of the United States*) must fill out our International student aid form, which should be submitted to the Ferkauf Dean's Office.

For information about Yeshiva University's health insurance requirements and eligibility or to submit a waiver, please refer to the Wellness Health Center. All students who are required to have health insurance through Yeshiva University are charged automatically each fall and spring semester.

*Eligible non-citizens include refugees, those granted asylum, and temporary residents as defined by the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986.