Yeshiva University Undergraduate 2018 ‐2019 Tuition and Fees

Direct Cost ‐ Tuition and Fees

Tuition $41,000
Undergraduate Fees $2,500
TOTAL $43,500

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Undergraduate Men Residence Hall Fees

Muss 2 Bed $6,500
Rubin 3 Beds $7,250
Rubin 2 Beds $8,750
Morgenstern 2 Bed $8,750
Morg/Rubin Single Bed $11,500

Undergraduate Women Residence Hall Fees

36th Street $8,750
Schottenstein $8,750
Brookdale $8,750
Brookdale Deluxe $9,500
35th Street $12,000

Meal Plans

On‐Campus Resident Basic Meal Plan $3,500
Non‐Campus Resident Meal Plan $800

Tuition Per Credit $1,475

Health Insurance (Required) $3,465

 

Summer 2018

Direct Cost                                         Sessions Start and End Date
Summer Session 1                                          5/29/18 ‐ 6/28/18
Summer Session 2                                          7/09/18 ‐ 8/09/18
11 Week Course                                              5/29/18 ‐ 9/09/18

Tuition – Per Credit (lab fees apply) $540
Registration Fee                        $100
University Fee                           $110
Internship and Fee                    $225

Health Insurance (Required) $717

Summer Housing ‐ Men

Per Session                          $300
For both session I and II       $600

Summer Housing ‐ Women

Per Session                            $1,300
For both session I and II         $2,500

Summer Housing ‐ Non Matriculated ‐ Beren Campus (Men and Women)

Per Session                           $1,500
For both session I and II        $3,000

Payment Options

Payment must be made in full prior to start of the summer sessions‐ Online by web check
at www.yu.edu/myyu. In person at the Office of Student Finance (Beren Campus: 215 Lexington Ave,
6th Floor; Wilf Campus: Furst Hall, 1st floor). Financial aid is not available for summer courses.

Summer Tuition Refund Schedule

Before the end of the first day of class:           100% of tuition 
During the first week of class:                            75% of tuition
During the second week of class:                      50% of tuition
After the second week of class:                             No Refund

Once you register for classes, you assume a financial responsibility. If you choose not to attend, you
must drop your courses before the first day of class. Failure to do so automatically entails a financial
obligation on your part.