The following Registrar resources are available to students currently enrolled in classes at Yeshiva University. Former students looking to order transcripts or perform other registrar functions should use the Alumni section of this site.
Registration for each term occurs within designated periods. Within these periods, you may be assigned specific registration appointment times. Please consult with your school's academic advising office for more information.
For further information on undergraduate registration, please see Registration Instructions.
Beginning with registration for Fall 2016, students will be able to take advantage of a new email-based wait list system. This system will allow you to place yourself on the waitlist for a closed course right within MyYU. When a spot opens for you, an email will go out notifying you to register. Please read our student guide for more information
You will be notified by email when your grades have been posted to your transcript and are available to view on MyYU.
Grades and Exams
Grades are posted within 24 hours of submission by your instructor. In general, most grades are posted one to two weeks after final exams.
If you are concerned about a missing grade, please check with the instructor or with the department that offers the class.
The Final Exam Schedule is available here. For any questions regarding the final schedule it is best to consult your professor or school office.
Graduation and Diplomas
Degrees are generally awarded in September, January, and May. Every candidate, regardless of graduation date, is invited to participate in the Yeshiva University Commencement Ceremony in May.
For complete commencement information, please visit the official Yeshiva University Commencement Website.
Please note: Diplomas are mailed out around 8 weeks after the conferral period.
You should consult with your academic advisor within your school or department to be sure that all of your graduation requirements have been met.
Note: Conferral of degree is not final until the Office of the Registrar has reviewed your academic record and determined that all of the graduation requirements have been met.
In order to be considered for your degree or certificate, you must file an application (Beren) (Wilf) (Grad) with the Office of the Registrar.
The deadlines for filing for graduation are as follows: (1) for September Degree: no later than July; (2) for January Degree: no later than September; (3) for May Degree: no later than January.
Our office is happy to provide written certification of your degree standing. You may request this at any of our offices.
An Enrollment Verification Certificate is an official document provided by the registrar verifying dates of attendance, and student status (full or part time) by term. It is typically requested for health insurance, visa, employment and credit verification purposes. There is no fee for this service.
Note: If you are requesting a verification for a visa, you should make certain that your expected graduation date is included on your record before leaving and returning to the United States.
Verification Request Methods
1. Go to www.yu.edu/myyu
2. Click on ‘Faculty, Students and Staff’
3. Log in to your myyu account using your YU ID (starts with 800 or 999)
4. Once you are logged in, click on ‘Student and Financial Aid’
5. Click on ‘Clearinghouse Services’
6. Click on ‘Click here to connect to the Clearinghouse’. This will open a new browser window. You may need to disable your pop-up blocker on your computer.
7. Select the type of enrollment verification certificate you require.
The Clearinghouse Student Self-Service Site offers two types of enrollment verification certificates:
- Current enrollment - which only shows the current semester you are currently enrolled in at Yeshiva University
- All enrollment - which shows all the semesters you were enrolled in, including the current semester while, attending Yeshiva University.
8. After selecting the type of enrollment verification certificate you would like, click on ‘Obtain an enrollment certificate’
9. A new browser window will open with your enrollment verification certificate, which you can print on your own.
10. If you are forwarding your enrollment verification certificate to a third party, be sure to print your policy number, account number or any other identifying information in the top right hand corner of each page.
Your enrollment verification will be processed while you wait at any one of our offices.
What is a transcript?
A transcript is an official record of a student's entire tenure at Yeshiva University. It reflects all coursework and grades per term for each school attended within the University. Other information on your transcript includes:
- Your name as it appears in Yeshiva University records
- School and departmental affiliation
- Degree/Certificate program (if applicable)
- Degree/Certificate conferral date (if applicable)
- Honors earned (if applicable)
- Your cumulative and semester grade point averages
Ordering your transcript
Currently enrolled and former students may order a transcript using our online transcript request form. Please allow 2-3 business days for processing before your transcript is shipped or made available for pickup. Our fee structure is
A longer processing time may be required during peak periods. Delivery times are not included in processing time and vary according to local postal services for the destination address.
- Regular Service: $7, processed 2-3 business days after receipt
- Rush Service: $10, processed upon receipt
- Domestic Overnight Express: $25, processed upon receipt
- International Express: $75, processed upon receipt. Delivery to final destination in 3-5 business days.
- Electronic Transcript: $5, processed 2-3 business days after receipt, delivered immediately after processing by email. (Please read important instructions regarding this option.)
Avoid delays. Please verify that you have cleared any financial holds prior to submitting your transcript request. You will be notified and your order will be held for up to 30 days to allow you to clear your hold.
Remember to follow up with the school or organization to which the transcript was sent to be certain that it was received.
We only release transcripts to students with a picture ID (driver’s license or student ID).
Official transcripts cannot be faxed.
You can contact the Office of the Registrar at 212-340-7777 (Beren Campus) or 212-960-5274 (Wilf Campus) for further information.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Fees are payable by major credit/debit cards as part of the online ordering process. Your card will not be charged until your order ships.
Updating Personal Information
You can update all of your contact information, including address, preferred email address, telephone numbers, and emergency contact information on MyYU. Name changes must be made in person.
(Please note: If you change your address on MyYU that will become your billing address.)
Federal Family Educational Right and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Yeshiva University strictly follows the privacy regulations outlined in the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 which regulates a wide range of privacy related activities including:
The act also generally:
- Management of student records maintained by the University.
- Regulations regarding who has access to student records.
- For which purposes access to student records is granted.
- Permits the University to release limited directory information (see below).
- Guarantees students access to their records, and limits such access to others.
Please note that the following types of information are considered "Directory Information" by Yeshiva University.
The University may disclose directory information to anyone without the student’s consent unless the student, within ten days of registration each semester, informs the Office of the Registrar in writing on the Request to Prevent Disclosure of Directory Information Form, available in the Office of the Registrar, that any or all such information about the student is not to be made public without his or her written permission. A new form for non-disclosure must be completed each year. You may also make this indication online through MyYU.
- YU email address
- Academic Major(s) and Minor(s)
- Dates of attendance at Yeshiva University
- School, Department, Division, or Institute attended
- Most recent educational institution attended
- Degrees and awards received and their dates
- Titles of masters and doctoral dissertations
- Participation in officially recognized activities (including positions held)
- High school and class year (for those participating in any officially recognized intercollegiate athletic team only)
- High school, class year, height, and weight classification (for those on intercollegiate basketball or volleyball teams only)
The official University policy on FERPA can be found here.
For more information on FERPA, visit the Department of Education website.
Releasing Your Personal Information
This form allows students to grant third parties, including parents, access to their educational records maintained by the student’s college. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment) prohibits access to, or release of, educational records or personally identifiable information contained in such records (other than directory information) without the written consent of the student, with certain regulatory exceptions. A description of a student’s rights under FERPA is set forth in more detail in the college catalog.
Voter Registration Information
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Undergraduate Academic Orientation Presentations
In conjunction with the Office of the Dean and Academic Advising, we have developed material to help orient you to your undergraduate education here at Yeshiva University. These presentations will provide you with a brief overview of your chosen program of study and what you can expect over the course of your college career. For clarification on any of the points throughout the presentation, please consult with an Academic Advisor for more information.
Note: Please be advised, that policies and requirements are subject to change at any time. These presentations will be updated every 6 months.
Students can view their academic progress on MYYU. You can now view the classes you have completed as well as the classes you still need in order to fulfill your major and general course requirements. DegreeTrack also offers you the capability to plan ahead, and consider other majors. You are able to see how a change of major would affect the classes you need to take as well as the classes you have already taken.