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Undergraduate Financial Aid & Tuition

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Undergraduate 2022 ‐ 2023

Tuition and Fees - 2022-2023 Academic Year

Tuition and fees are set on an annual basis and are subject to change

Full-Time Students

Tuition $45,200
Undergraduate Fees $3,600
Non-resident Meal Plan $1,000 ($500 per term)
Student Health Insurance TBU

 

Part-Time Students

Tuition per credit $1,625 per credit
Undergraduate Fees $50 per term
Student Health Insurance (6 credits or more) TBU

Health Insurance Fee per semester for annual enrollment 8/15-8/14: To be Updated

Health Insurance Fee for spring starting enrollment coverage 1/10-8/14: To be Updated

Yeshiva University requires that all students enrolled half-time or greater have health insurance. If you are a US Citizen, you may be enrolled in a family or employer plan. If your plan has a network of providers in New York City, you can apply for a waiver. You will get an email sent to your student email account with instructions on how to access the waiver/enrollment form.

For domestic students who are not currently insured through family or employer plans and for international students Yeshiva University has partnered with Gallagher Student Health to provide health insurance that meets ACA and Visa Requirements. Note all plans must be Affordable Care Act (ACA) compliant.

To apply for a waiver or to enroll:

  1. Go to www.gallagherstudent.com/yeshiva .
  2. Enter your YUAD Active Directory Username and Password
  3. Select Sign In
  4. Choose either ‘I want to enroll’ or ‘I want to waive’.
  5. Follow the instructions to complete the form. If waiving the insurance, have your current health insurance ID card ready as you will need this information in order to complete the waiver form. You will be asked to review the information provided and click ‘submit’ to complete the process. Immediately upon submitting your Online Form you will receive a reference number. Please note and keep this information for your record.

If you are unable to login, please contact Risk Management yuship@yu.edu.

Academic Year Full-Time Tuition Full-Time Undergraduate Fees
21-22 44,300 3,200
20-21 43,575 2,900

2022-2023 Housing and Meal Plans

Undergraduate Men Residence Hall Fees (subject to change)

Go here for more information about undergraduate men's housing

Room Type 22-23 Rate (fall+spring)
Muss – Standard 7,000
Muss – Premium 9,500
Rubin – Standard 10,000
Rubin – Triple 8,000
Rubin – Premium 12,500
Morgenstern – Standard 10,000
Morgenstern – Premium 12,500

 

Undergraduate Women Residence Hall Fees (subject to change)

Go here for more information about undergraduate women's housing

Room Type 22-23 Rate (fall+spring)
36th Street 10,000
Schottenstein 10,000
251 Lexington (IHP) 10,250
Brookdale 10,000
Brookdale Deluxe 10,500
200 East 30th Street (IHP) 12,000
35th Street 12,500

Meal plans allow students to use their dining card in the various on-campus cafeterias.
Students in need of additional money for food may add funds at any time.

Go here for more information about the YU Meal Plan

  • Resident Plan - High: $2,200 per semester
    The total cost of the plan is $2,200 for the semester. $1,815 will be allotted for food on campus and $385 will be applied to “FLEX Dollars” which may be used on campus or at participating local vendors. These funds are tax free and expire at the end of the spring semester. This plan is for students who live on campus, stay for most weekends and spend approximately $135 per week (including FLEX Dollars).
  • Resident Plan - Standard: $1,925 per semester
    The total cost of the plan is $1,925 for the semester. $1,650 will be allotted for food on campus and $275 will be applied to “FLEX Dollars” which may be used on campus or at participating local vendors. These funds are tax free and expire at the end of the spring semester. This plan is for students who live on campus, stay only a few weekends and spend approximately $120 per week (including FLEX Dollars).
  • Resident Plan - Low: $1,650 per semester
    The total cost of the plan is $1,650 for the semester. $1485 will be allotted for food on campus and $165 will be applied to “FLEX Dollars” which may be used on campus or at participating local vendors. These funds are tax free and expire at the end of the spring semester. This plan is for students who live on campus, rarely stay for weekends and spend approximately $100 per week (including FLEX Dollars)..
  • Non Resident Plan: $500 per semester (Required for full-time non-dorming undergraduates)
    The total cost of the plan is $500 for the semester. The funds may used on campus and at participating local vendors. These funds are tax free and expire at the end of the spring semester.

Summer 2022

Sessions Start and End Date

  • Summer Session 1:  6/01/22 ‐ 7/07/22
  • Summer Session 2:  7/11/22 ‐ 8/1/22
  • 10 Week Course:  6/01/22 ‐ 8/11/22

Cost

  • Tuition – Per Credit (lab fees apply):  $575
  • Registration Fee:  $100
  • University Fee:  $110
  • Internship Fee:   $250
  • JUD 4741 - Judaic Studies Internship: $299
  • MAN 4934 - Jewish Comm Leaders 21 Cen: $399

Lab Fees: *Fees are subject to change 

  • BIO 1011L - Principles Lab:  $150
  • BIO 1012L - Principles of Biology II Lab:  $150
  • BIOL 3728Y - Human Physiology Lab:  $150
  • CHEM 1047Y - General Chemistry Lab:  $100
  • PHY 1031L - Intro Physics Lab: $50
  • PHY 1032L - Intro Physics II Lab: $50

Click here for Summer 2022 Course Information

Payment must be made in full prior to start of the summer sessions
Pay online by credit card or electronic check at https://insidetrack.yu.edu
Financial aid is not available for summer courses.

 

 

Session I &
Full Session 

Session II 

Last day to drop with 100% refund 

June 1, 2022 

July 11, 2022 

Last day to drop with 75% refund 

June 9, 2022

July 12, 2022 

Last day to drop with 50% refund 

June 20, 2022 

July 26, 2022

 

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.

Undergraduate Accounts

There are several payment options available to facilitate the payment of tuition and fees. Students may make payment in full by credit card, check, electronic checks (ACH payments), or bank wire payments. All payments and payment plan budgets need to be completed and submitted by the payment due date preceding each semester.

Online Payments (Credit Card, Echeck, Bank Wire Transfer)

In addition to electronic check, students may now pay by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or Apple Pay and bank wire transfer).

  1. Go to https://insidetrack.yu.edu
  2. Log in with your username and password (this is your YUAD username, not your student ID)
  3. On the top header, hover over/click on “Students”
  4. Click the “MAKE A PAYMENT” button (you will do this in 2 screens before you are directed to the 3rd party vendor)
    Note: If you see another login screen asking for an ID and Pin number, enter your Student ID and Pin. If you don’t know your Pin, click on the Reset Pin link and follow the instructions on that page. If you need help, contact the helpdesk by emailing helpdesk@yu.edu or calling 1.800.829.7418.
  5. In the new browser screen click the “Make Payment” button
  6. Click on the $ box and enter your balance
  7. Click “Continue” and follow the instructions onscreen to complete your payment

If you experience any difficulty in making a payment through this process, please contact the Office of Student Accounts at accounts@yu.edu

Students should also use https://insidetrack.yu.edu to set up their Direct Deposit profile.

Check Payments

Mail to:
Yeshiva University
Office of Student Finance
Tuition and Fees
P.O. Box 9478
New York, NY 10087-9478

Important reminders:

  • Do not mail post-dated checks
  • Please make sure the name and/or YUID number of the student appears on the check
  • YU does not accept foreign checks drawn on foreign banks for payment

Monthly Payment Plan

YU offers per semester monthly payment plan to make budgeting convenient for your education. You may budget up to the total cost of YU minus any financial aid. An enrollment fee of $45 per semester is collected with the first payment. The fall semester first payment is due July 25. The spring semester first payment is due December 25.

To enroll:

  1. Log in to your student account at https://insidetrack.yu.edu
  2. Click the “MAKE A PAYMENT” button (you will do this in 2 screens before you are directed to the 3rd party vendor)
    Note: If you see another login screen asking for an ID and Pin number, enter your Student ID and Pin. If you don’t know your Pin, click on the Reset Pin link and follow the instructions on that page. If you need help, contact the helpdesk by emailing helpdesk@yu.edu or calling 1.800.829.7418.
  3. Select Enroll in Payment Plan

Third Party Payments

The YU Third Party Payment Authorization Agreement Form can be downloaded and printed here. This form then should be filled out and submitted to the Office of Student Accounts by the semester Due Date along with the $40 participation fee.

International Payments

International Money Orders drawn from a U.S. bank are accepted payments.

Hebrew Free Loan Society

To help provide a financial bridge through these challenging times, the Hebrew Free Loan Society has established an interest-free Coronavirus Financial Impact Loan program. Learn more about the interest-free loan program here.

Authorized Users click here to log on: Authorized User login

Parents, guardians, or employers who need access to the system can set up their own account. In order to set up account access, your student must first log in via Inside Track at https://insidetrack.yu.edu and authorize you as a user (instructions below). After you have been added as an authorized user, you can log in at anytime.

Steps to log on and add an Authorized User:

  1. Go to https://insidetrack.yu.edu
  2. Log in with your username and password (this is your YUAD username, not your student ID)
  3. On the top header, hover over/click on “Students”
  4. Click the “MAKE A PAYMENT” button (you will do this in 2 screens before you are directed to the 3rd party vendor)
    Note: If you see another login screen asking for an ID and Pin number, enter your Student ID and Pin. If you don’t know your Pin, click on the Reset Pin link and follow the instructions on that page. If you need help, contact the helpdesk by emailing helpdesk@yu.edu or calling 1.800.337.2975.
  5. In the new browser screen click on “Authorized Users” under “My Profile Setup”
  6. Follow the onscreen instructions

If you experience any difficulty in making a payment through this process, please contact the Office of Student Accounts at accounts@yu.edu

Outlined below is the University’s withdrawal and refund schedule. Students who drop a course that results in a change in tuition will receive a refund for the drop course(s) as follows:

Withdrawal and Refund Policy
Withdrawal Timeframe Amount of Refund
Withdrawal through Add/Drop 100% refund
Withdrawal during week 2 75% refund
Withdrawal during week 3 50% refund
Withdrawal during week 4 25% refund
After week 4 no refund

A week is defined as a 7-day cycle starting on the first official day of the semester.

The Office of Student Accounts will invoice students who add a course that results in a change of tuition.

If an undergraduate student drops below full time during the first three weeks of the semester, all university financial aid will be canceled.

Federal government guidelines require the prorated return of Title IV funds through the first 60 percent period of the semester. All federal and state financial aid will be returned in accordance with federal and state guidelines. Students should always meet with the Office of Student Finance before withdrawing.

Student Refund Direct Deposit Instructions

To avoid waiting for a Student Refund check, set up Direct Deposit.

To enroll in direct deposit, please complete the following steps:

  1. Go to https://insidetrack.yu.edu
  2. Log in with your username and password (this is your YUAD username, not your student ID)
  3. On the top header, hover over/click on “Students”
  4. Click the “MAKE A PAYMENT” button (you will do this in 2 screens before you are directed to the 3rd party vendor)
    Note: If you see another login screen asking for an ID and Pin number, wait a day before trying again
  5. Click on the "Refunds" tab on the top of the screen
  6. Within the eRefunds page, under "Current Refund Method", proceed to "Security Settings" to enroll in the required Two‐Step Verification
  7. Once you are enrolled in the Two‐Step Verification, click on the "Refunds" tab again on the top of the screen
  8. Click on the "Set up Account" tab
  9. Submit all of the required information within the "Set Up Refund Account" page

Please note the following:

  • You only need to enroll once. You do not need to re‐enroll each semester or year.
  • If any of your banking information should change, you will need to update your profile.
  • The paper refund check process will continue for students who do not enroll in direct deposit.

Leave of Absence

Students who wish to leave the university temporarily should contact the Office of the Registrar for a leave of absence application.

Consequences of Being in Arrears

Students will not be allowed to register for the coming semester unless all balances have been satisfied. In addition, a student is expected to pay for the next semester before entering the residence hall or starting classes. Students who owe money to the university or who are in arrears in repaying student loans will not receive a diploma or transcripts from the university. Should it become necessary to refer an account to a third party due to nonpayment, the student will be responsible for any collection costs, attorney fees, and suit fees.

Yeshiva University is committed to making undergraduate studies affordable. Student Accounts advisors are always available to discuss any matter with students and family members. Call 646-592-6260 and a member of the Student Accounts staff will be glad to be of assistance.

Undergraduate Student Aid

The process for applying for financial aid for the 2022-2023 academic year is underway.

To be considered for financial aid each student must complete a financial aid application.

New students must apply by February 1, 2022 and continuing students by April 15, 2022.

NY State Residents:
If you are a New York State resident who has filed a FAFSA, but has not completed a TAP application, please do so ASAP.

Verification is the process whereby the Office of Student Aid verifies the information on your FAFSA matches the data reported on your tax returns. The U.S. Department of Education selects FAFSA's for this process and at times the University selects files.

Visit https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa

Have questions about FAFSA verification? Go to our FAQ page to learn more.

International students are eligible for financial assistance from Yeshiva University, which may include a grant, a student loan or both. International students interested in applying for assistance should complete and submit the International Student Financial Aid Application as soon possible after they have been granted admission to Yeshiva University and obtained their YU ID number. Students who are not citizens, nationals, permanent residents or eligible non-citizens of the United States* are considered international students, and as such, are not eligible for federal student aid. Therefore, if entitled, foreign students may be awarded a YU Loan of up to $8,000 for the year in addition to any grants that they will be receiving.

Canadian students may also be eligible to receive financial assistance for study at Yeshiva University through the Canada Student Loans Program. For more information on the program, including eligibility requirements, please visit the program's website.

Additional information on non-university funded financial assistance, including private scholarships and international student loans, is available through International Education Financial Aid.

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

Your financial aid award letter may suggest various types of loan options. Eligibility for these loans may be based on the following criteria: results of the FAFSA, anticipated enrollment status (a minimum of 6 credits or full-time status is required each semester), expected housing status, and for campus-administered loans, the availability of funds.

Stafford Loan

To accept the Stafford Loan, please click here.

ALL borrowers, please read through all of the Stafford loan information below. Under the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program (Direct Loan), the funds for your loan come directly from the federal government.

Basic Loan Information:

Federal Stafford Loans do not require a credit check and include benefits such as a fixed interest rate, six month grace period, and deferment options to help you succeed in repayment. The amount you can borrow depends on your year in school (academic level); please see "Annual Loan Limits" below.

There are two types of Stafford loan:

  • Subsidized: the federal government pays the interest on your loan while you are in school, during the grace period, and during deferments. Eligibility for a subsidized Stafford loan is based on financial "need," which is determined based on the results of your FAFSA.
  • Unsubsidized: interest starts accruing once the loan is disbursed, and you are responsible for the interest on the portion of the loan while in school, during periods of grace and deferment, as well as repayment.

Please refer to your most current financial aid award letter for your offered Stafford loan amount(s).

Annual Loan Limits:

Dependent Students
1st year - $5,500 (up to $3,500 subsidized)
2nd year - $6,500 (up to $4,500 subsidized)
3rd year and beyond - $7,500 (up to $5,500 subsidized)

Independent Students
1st year - $9,500 (Up to $3,500 subsidized)
2nd year - $10,500 (Up to $4,500 subsidized)
3rd year and beyond - $12,500 (Up to $5,500 subsidized)

Please note: If you are a dependent student whose parents are unable to obtain a PLUS loan, you may also qualify for these higher loan limits.

Interest Rate: 4.99%

Fee: There will be a fee of up to 1.057% from the amount borrowed for Stafford Loans. 
 

Perkins and YU Loans

Yeshiva University offers both Perkins and YU Loans, which are administered through the Office of Student Finance. If you were offered any of these loans, please refer to your most recent Student Aid award letter for the offered amount(s). Students who have previously accepted these loans need to complete the YU/Perkins request form, which is available in the Office of Student Finance. All new borrowers must complete entrance counseling and a promissory note to ensure appropriate loan disbursement and credit on your bill. Promissory notes must be signed and submitted to the Office of Student Finance. Entrance counseling and promissory notes are mailed along with the Student Aid award letter to each eligible student. If you have not received the appropriate entrance counseling and promissory note(s), please contact us immediately (phone or visit us). Be sure to keep your mailing address current on Insidetrack.

Parent Loan (PLUS)

To apply for the PLUS loan please click here.

All PLUS borrowers, please read through all of the PLUS loan information below. Under the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program (Direct Loan), the funds for your loan come directly from the federal government.

Basic PLUS Loan Information:

To help meet the costs related to funding your education, your parent(s) may consider applying for a Federal PLUS loan. The PLUS loan offers a fixed interest rate and allows parents to borrow up to the cost of attendance less any other financial aid.

Parents have a choice to defer payments on a PLUS loan until 6 months after the date the student ceases to be enrolled at least half-time! If you would like to opt for the deferment, you will need to notify your chosen PLUS lender! If you do not notify your lender, you will enter repayment 60 days after the final disbursement.

A FAFSA must be filed and evaluated before a parent can apply for a PLUS loan!

Credit Requirements:

Unlike the Federal Stafford loan, the Federal PLUS loan requires a credit check. To be eligible to borrow the PLUS loan, your parent's credit report cannot reflect any of the following:

  • Currently 90 days or more delinquent on repayment of any debt, not including mortgage payments or medical bills.
  • Currently no more than 180 days delinquent on a mortgage payment on their primary residence or medical bills.
  • Debt discharged in bankruptcy during the past five years
  • Evidence of a default, foreclosure, tax lien, repossession, wage garnishment, or write-off of a Title IV debt during the past five years.

If your parent(s) do not qualify for this loan based on the credit criteria outlined above, they may still receive the loan with an endorser, who will be subject to the same credit criteria.

Interest Rate: 7.54%

Fee: A 4.228% fee is deducted from the amount borrowed.

Example: A $10,000 Parent PLUS loan will net $9,577. Please keep this fee in mind while calculating the actual net amount needed.

Learn about our academic scholarships.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
If you are a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen, you need to file a FAFSA. Please make sure to file prior to the deadline stipulated.

Electronic Signature (FSA ID)
Both parents and student need a FSA ID to submit their FAFSA online. Please apply here for the FSA ID and keep it in a safe place as you will use this same FSA ID number every time you fill out the FAFSA.

FastWeb
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FinAid: The Financial Aid Information Page
Comprehensive site dedicated to providing objective guidance on financial aid to students and parents.

Stafford Loan MPN (Direct Loan)
If this the first time borrowing a Stafford loan with your with Direct Loan, please complete your MPN.

Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC)
The NYS grants, loans, savings and guidance website. Check the status of your award: request duplicate forms, receive TAP instructions, TAP award estimator, college and address changes.

National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
Students can access the government system for their loan and Pell information.

New York State College Savings Program
This website is designed to link you to the New York State savings program and provide information about the association serving the state college savings plans.

The S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program enables students to study in Israel while officially remaining a YU student. There are many benefits to being on this program, including access to federal and New York State financial aid programs and flexible monthly payment plans.

What Is the Cost?

Each institution in the S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program establishes its own tuition and fees. Yeshiva University collects that amount on behalf of the institution. Yeshiva University begins sending invoices to students in June each year. The institution in Israel will collect a deposit directly along with other miscellaneous fees such as those for medical insurance and tourism. These fees will not be reflected on Yeshiva University invoice. The Israel institutional will detail the total tuition and fees you are expected to pay.

In addition to the tuition and fees established by the Israel institution, Yeshiva University charges a $750 Program Participation Fee. An enrollment deposit of $250 is due with the online Intent to Enroll and the remaining $500 will be billed with tuition.

Tuition Payment Summary

To the Israeli institution
  • The Israeli institution's initial deposit
  • Other fees as determined by the Israel institution (if any). Please consult the Israel institution.
To Yeshiva University
  • The Israeli institution's tuition
  • Yeshiva University's Program Participation Fee of $750
  • To make payment arrangements for the Israel Program, please go to "Payment Options" under the "Tuition and Fees" section of this page or call the Office of Student Accounts at 212-960-5269.

What Aid Is Available?

Students who participate in the S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program may receive federal and state aid if they are eligible. They apply in the same manner as do students on campus in New York City at www.fafsa.gov. Students should apply for financial aid for the S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program after January 1st of the year the student will attend the Israel Program. New York State residents will receive a TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) application as a result of filing the FAFSA.

Yeshiva University institutional aid is not available for study in Israel. However, all Federal and State aid is available including Pell, Work-study and Stafford Loans as well as New York State Tuition Assistance (TAP) Grant (if eligible). It is important to apply early so the money is available for your attendance on the Israel Program. Once the processed FAFSA is received by the Office of Student Aid, a Financial Aid Award Letter will be sent to you, which will outline the Financial Aid available.

MASA application is not available through Yeshiva University. Student should consult with Israel institution.

Withdrawal Procedure and Refund Policy

Students must present withdrawals in writing to both the Israel institution and the YU office in Israel or New York. Once a student's payment has been processed by YU's Israel Program and paid to the Israel institution, the student must address all issues involving refunds directly to the Israel institution. Students should contact Israel institution for withdrawal and refund policy.

If a student changes schools in Israel after the bill has been paid, the student must arrange for the first institution to transfer all payments to the second institution.

More Information

For more information about admission to YU or the Joint Israel Program, please contact the Office of Admissions at 212-960-5277 or yuadmit@yu.edu.

For more information on the financial aid eligibility of the Israel program, please call the Office of Student Aid at 212-960-5399.

Aid Eligibility

Verification is the process whereby the Office of Student Aid verifies the information on your FAFSA matches the data reported on your tax returns. The U.S. Department of Education selects FAFSA's for this process and at times the University selects files.

Have questions about FAFSA verification? Go to our FAQ page to learn more.

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