Yeshiva University Undergraduate 2019 -2020 Tuition and Fees

 Summer 2019 - Scroll Down                               

Direct Cost - Tuition and Fees



Undergraduate Fees





 Undergraduate Men Residence Hall Fees              


Muss 2 Bed


Rubin 3 Beds


Rubin 2 Beds


Morgenstern 2 Bed


Muss 1 Bed


Morg/Rubin Single Bed


 Undergraduate Women Residence Hall Fees        


36th Street/Schottenstein


251 Lexington




Brookdale Deluxe


30 Park Ave


35th Street



Meal Plans

On-Campus Resident Standard Meal Plan


On-Campus Resident Reduced Meal Plan


Non-Campus Resident Meal Plan



Part-Time Tuition (Per Credit)



Helth Insurance Per Term (Required)



Direct Cost - summer 2019

Sessions Start and End Date

Summer Session 1

6/03/19 -7/03/19

Summer Session 2

7/08/19 - 8/08/19

11 Week Course

6/3/2019 - 8/08/19


Tuition – Per Credit (lab fees apply)


Registration Fee


University Fee



Internship and Fee



Lab Fees: *Fees are subject to change


PHY 1031L Intro to Physics I Lab


PHY 1032L Intro to Physics II Lab


BOL 4023Y Microbiology Lab


BIOL 3728Y Human Physiology Lab


Health Insurance (Required)


 Summer Housing - Men                                            

Per Session


For both session I and II


 Summer Housing - Women                                      

Per Session


For both session I and II


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

Per Session


For both session I and II



Payment Options

Payment must be made in full prior to start of the summer sessions- Online by web check at 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 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.