Visitor Policy – Beren and Wilf Campuses
Effective March 1, 2020
Yeshiva University is committed to maintaining a safe and academically-focused environment for its students, faculty, staff and visitors. Access to the University’s facilities is limited to its currently-enrolled students, faculty, and staff with valid Yeshiva University ID Cards and to approved visitors. Access to classrooms is further restricted to students enrolled in such class, and faculty, staff and approved visitors with a legitimate academic purpose.
This policy sets forth the procedures for all persons who are not currently-enrolled students, faculty, or staff with valid Yeshiva University ID Cards (“visitors”) to receive approval and gain access to the University’s facilities. All passes and ID Cards are issued in the discretion of the University, and may be revoked at any time and for any (or no) reason.
In no event should the conduct of a visitor interfere with or otherwise disrupt the educational process or learning environment of the University. All visitors are expected to abide by all University policies and procedures (including safety and access restrictions) and immediately comply with all instructions of University personnel. The University reserves the right to remove or restrict any visitor at any time and for any (or no) reason as it may deem necessary or desirable.
Please contact Security for the applicable campus (Wilf Campus Security at (212) 960-5200 and Beren Campus Security at (212) 340-7796) if you believe someone has received unauthorized access to a University facility.
For additional information on the Yeshiva University Visitor Management System and for guidance when visiting our campuses, please click on the Visitor Policy icon arrow to your right.