• Safety and Security

  • Emergency Readiness

    StatusGreenYeshiva University is operating under normal conditions with no emergencies to report.  

    All YU community members should remain ever-vigilant and prepare to respond accordingly should an emergency arise. Remember, first and foremost, that should you encounter an emergency requiring police, medical responders or fire fighters, call 911 immediately.

    Review the University’s emergency procedures and be aware of your role. And remember to keep your contact information up-to-date in our YUAlert emergency notification system.  

    For YU Security assistance:

    • Wilf Campus: 212.960.5200
    • Israel Henry Beren Campus: 212.340.7460
    • Brookdale Center Campus (Cardozo Law): 212.790.0303
    • Jack and Pearl Resnick Campus (Einstein): 718.430.2019 

    Communication

    If an emergency situation arises on a Yeshiva University campus, community members will be notified and updated on the University’s response through use of all or many of the following:   

     
    YU Alert Emergency Notification(s)

    These notifications will arrive to community members via text message, email, phone, fax, etc. Remember to register or update your contact information at www.yu.edu/yualert.  

    Email 
    Web

    YU Home page: www.yu.edu
    YU Emergency page: www.yu.edu/safety-security/emergency
    YU Alert page: www.yu.edu/alert
    YU News page: www.blogs.yu.edu/news 

    Social Media

    YU on Facebook:  www.facebook.com/yeshivauniversity
    YU on Twitter: www.twitter.com/yunews
    YU on YouTube: www.youtube.com/yeshivauniversity 

    Digital Flat Screen Televisions Located Across Campuses 
    Phone Messages

    Wilf Campus: 212.960.5200
    Israel Henry Beren Campus: 212.340.7460
    Brookdale Center Campus (Cardozo Law): 212.790.0303
    Jack and Pearl Resnick Campus (Einstein): 718.430.2019
    Main YU line 212-960-5400 

    Press Conferences 
    Town Hall Meetings 
    Bulletins and Posters 
    In-Person Contact:

    University officials, security officials, student and residence life representatives and/or police will attempt to notify you of emergencies and danger in person as possible and necessary. 

  • What to Do in an Emergency

    Help

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