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Men's Housing

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The Office of University Housing & Residence Life is here to ensure that your college experience is pleasant and rewarding. We will work toward your goals for success and academic achievement a number of ways. We provide you with a comfortable and safe environment for study, spiritual growth, relaxation, and fun.

The Spring 2023 application is now open! To apply for on-campus housing for the Spring 2023 semester only, please log into the Yeshiva University Housing Portal with your YU username and password. For further questions or help with your application please email wilfhousing@yu.edu. Please note that the Spring 2023 housing application will close promptly on Monday, December 12, 2022.

Housing for the Spring 2023 Semester:

We look forward to welcoming you to campus for the Spring 2023 semester! 

The university policy requires all new students to reside in University housing for their first 2 semesters on campus. This policy is designed to help the new students to engage with the YU community and the supportive resources on campus.

Residence Hall Rates:

2022-2023 Residence Hall Rates

Muss

 

Per Semester

Per Year

Premium

$4,750

$9,500

Standard & Triple

$3,500

$7,000

Rubin / Morg

 

Per Semester

Per Year

Premium

$6,250

$12,500

Standard

$5,000

$10,000

Triple (Rubin Only & Limited Availability) 

$4,000

$8,000


Housing Timeline:
-Thursday, November 17, 2022 – Housing Application Opens for the Spring 2023 semester
-Monday, December 12, 2022 - Housing Application Closes for the Spring 2023 semester
-Wednesday, December 28, 2022 - Building Assignments for Spring 2023 distributed  
-Wednesday, January 4, 2023 - Accept/Decline of Building Assignment for the Spring 2023 semester is due
-Wednesday, January 11, 2023 - Last Day to cancel a Spring 2023 Housing Reservation for a 100% refund (for incoming students only!)
-Monday, January 16, 2023 - Spring 2023 Move-In for new students
-Tuesday, January 17. 2023 - Orientation for Spring 2023 new students
-Wednesday, January 18, 2023 - First Day of Classes for the Spring 2023 Semester

Spring 2023 Residence Life Refund Schedule:

Refund Amount 

Refund Date 

Last day to withdraw with 100% Refund (for incoming/new students only!) 

1/11/23 

Last day to withdraw with 75% Refund 

1/31/23 

Last day to withdraw with 50% Refund 

2/7/23 

Last day to withdraw with 25% Refund 

2/14/23 


University Meal Plan Info:
All students living on campus will be required to enroll in one of three meal plans each semester. 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. These funds are tax-free and expire at the end of the Spring 2023 semester.
High Plan: The total cost of this plan is $2200 for the semester. This plan is for students who spend approximately $135 per week.
Standard Plan: The total cost of this plan is $1925 for the semester. This plan is for students who spend approximately $120 per week.
Reduced Plan: The total cost of this plan is $1650 for the semester. This plan is for students who spend approximately $100 per week.

To qualify for University housing on the Wilf Campus, you must:

  • Be enrolled in one of the Jewish studies divisions and enrolled for at least 12 credits each semester in either Yeshiva College or Sy Syms School of Business;
  • Or be a full-time Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) student. Semicha students are eligible to live in University Housing until the conclusion of the four years of residency at RIETS. Summer semesters do not count against this requirement.
  • Agree to live in accordance with halachic [Jewish law] norms and Torah ideals and allow common sense, good judgment and courtesy, govern your actions at all times.

 To provide housing for its undergraduate students, Yeshiva University (the “University”) makes residence accommodations (“Housing”) available to qualified undergraduates enrolled on a full-time basis. If at any time your status changes and you are no longer a full-time student in good standing, you will be ineligible for housing and  must inform the Director of Housing immediately.
    Subject to the University’s policies and procedures contained on the University’s website the contents of which are incorporated by reference into this Agreement, you are being offered the opportunity to occupy a bed in University Housing for the current academic year.  The fees for Housing will be included in your Student Account statement, including the non-refundable deposit in the amount of $300 which was required upon application for housing.
    You understand and agree that if you accept this offer, your residence in University Housing is a revocable privilege, not a right, that is at all times subject to your (i) maintaining your status as a full-time undergraduate 
student in good standing at Yeshiva University; and (ii) complying with all of the University’s standards of conduct and Rules and Regulations, as provided on the University’s housing website and elsewhere, as they now exist or as they may be amended in the future.  In the event you no longer satisfy the above requirements, you agree to vacate Housing on or before the earlier of the expiration date of your full-time status in good standing or the day specified in any notice of termination given by the University.
    You further agree to accept the Housing assignment made by the University. The University reserves the right to either re-assign you to another room in the same building or in a different building, and to assign or re-assign other eligible and qualified students as additional occupants of the room to which you have been assigned.
    You agree that you will take reasonable care of furnishings provided by the University and be responsible for their return in good repair except for reasonable wear and tear.  You further agree to neither remove any of the existing furniture, nor install any large appliances, including air conditioners, nor make any alterations, improvements or additions without the University’s prior written consent.
    You agree that if you do not live up to your obligations under this Housing Agreement, you may be subject to legal action, dismissal from Housing and/or discipline by the University, including suspension or expulsion.
    You agree that the University may enter the room assigned to you, whether or not you are present, to conduct an inspection, make repairs, show the room or apartment or to maintain health, safety and security, and standards of conduct, or in the event of emergency.
    You agree to fully vacate Housing by the end of the last semester for which you are enrolled in Housing.  All personal belongings must be removed by this date; any items that are left after that date may be thrown out, and the University assumes no responsibility for them. Rooms should be left in broom-swept condition, and failure to do so may result in a cleaning charge being added to your Student Account.

The Wilf Campus has three residence halls: Morgenstern Hall, Muss Hall, and Rubin Hall.  Below you will find descriptions of all three residence halls.

Rubin Hall: Rubin is the home of most new students on Wilf Campus, and the building is nearly entirely new students. Adjacent to the Max Stern Athletic Center, Rubin also contains the Furman Dining Hall and the Rubin Shul, so a pool, gym, fitness center, cafeteria, shul, and more are available to residents without them having to leave the building. Each floor has a communal bathroom and some floors have spaces for communal food preparation. These latter rooms are the only spaces students are allowed to use heating or cooking devices.

Muss Hall: Muss is home to new students, upperclassmen, and rabbinical students, although new students have their own space within the building. Muss is adjacent to Zysman Hall and has a large communal lounge as well as cooking spaces on two of its floors. Muss has communal bathrooms. Rooms are not air conditioned, and the building does not have elevator access. 

Morgenstern Hall: Morgenstern is the upperclassmen hall on Wilf Campus. The building contains a large ground-floor lounge, a basement game room, and two Batei Midrash. Each floor has a communal bathroom and a lounge, which on select floors is also a space for communal food preparation. These rooms are the only spaces students are allowed to use heating or cooking devices.

In all Residence Halls, students are responsible for bringing their own linen, pillows and blankets. The Housekeeping Department maintains all public areas of the dormitories. Students are responsible for cleaning their rooms, including regularly removing and properly discarding refuse in the large trash bin in each floor bathroom and maintaining satisfactory sanitation and safety standards. Resident Advisors on every floor have some cleaning equipment for floor residents to use, though many students choose to purchase their own brooms and cleaning supplies.

Although every effort will be made to respect privacy in student rooms, the University reserves the right to enter for the maintenance of health, safety, security and standards of conduct. Entry may be made at any time, whether or not the resident is present, and without prior notice to the resident. If any substance, material or item is being kept or used on the premises in any manner prohibited by law, or by the rules/regulations of Yeshiva University, the University's authorized representatives may confiscate any such substance or item.

 

Use of Facilities

We hope you will be comfortable in our housing facilities and, to make your stay at Yeshiva University a pleasant one, we encourage you to personalize and decorate your room or apartment to your liking. Nevertheless, we ask that you show respect for our facilities and the ideals of the University by adhering to the following:

Room furnishings, including wall posters, should be in consonance with the standards of propriety of our Yeshiva University community.

Students will be charged for damage to University property and facilities, including smoke alarms, in their rooms or in public areas.

Furniture may not be removed from student rooms except by the Housekeeping staff. Furniture may not be taken into student rooms from other rooms or from any other area of the University, including lounges. The room occupants will be financially responsible for any missing or misappropriated furniture.

Decorations may be affixed to walls only with masking tape. All posters, other decorations and tape are to be removed before vacating the room. Please note that you will be financially responsible for any damage to the walls or any other part of your room, including graffiti, tape or tape marks on the inside or outside of your door or on the walls.

Smoking (of any kind) is not permitted anywhere within University Housing including student rooms, apartments, bathrooms, corridors, elevators, stairways, lounges, etc. Additionally, tampering, disabling, or covering smoke detectors is strictly prohibited by state law.

For safety reasons, no flags, banners, signs or other objects may be hung or affixed outside of windows anywhere in University housing.

The thermostat valves attached to radiators are not to be tampered with; report any problem to the Office of University Housing and Residence Life at 646-592-4215.

University housing facilities may not be utilized for the purpose of conducting any form of private business.

To use the Morgenstern Lounge or Rubin Shul for lectures, club programs or special events, you must reserve these areas in advance by contacting the Office of University Housing & Residence Life.

 

Personalizing Your Room

We encourage you to create a comfortable, personalized, and functional living space. You are welcome to decorate your room with personal memorabilia.

Keep these guidelines in mind:

  1. Room furnishings, including wall posters, should be in consonance with the standards of propriety for the Yeshiva University community.
  2. You may affix items to the wall using masking tape, as that will not damage the walls. Do not use nails, tacks, certain tapes, contact paper, wallpaper, and the like. If you need assistance, please complete a Facilities Management work order form. Also note that you will be financially responsible for any damage to the walls.
  3. You will be responsible for damage to University property and facilities in your room or public areas.
  4. Please do not tamper with thermostat valves attached to radiators; report any heating problem to the office.
  5. Furniture may not be removed from student rooms. Furniture may not be taken into student rooms from other rooms or from any other area of the University. No furniture may be removed or exchanged from any of the study spaces/halls.
  6. Residence facilities may not be utilized for the purpose of conducting any form of private business.
  7. Nothing may be posted on the windows of your room. Nothing should be stored on your windowsills, since this presents a danger to passersby.
  8. No flyers, notices, or other written materials may be posted or distributed under the doors of student rooms or in mailboxes without authorization from the Office of University Housing & Residence Life.
  9. University housing does not allow pets.
  10. Telephone jacks may not be removed from student rooms.

Yeshiva University is not responsible for loss, damage, or theft of personal belongings. Many families have homeowners' insurance policies or special "floaters" added to the policy to cover losses away from home. For everyone's benefit, please report any losses or thefts immediately to the Office of Safety and Security, as well as to your RA and the Office of University Housing & Residence Life.

If you decide not to live in University housing, please exercise discretion when selecting your apartment and roommates. The University will not monitor or bear any responsibility for any non-University housing.

Yeshiva University strives to maintain a community which supports intellectual growth, learning from others, mutual respect and freedom of thought and expression. Yeshiva University undergraduate students are encouraged to take advantage of the academic and non-academic opportunities available to them, to deepen their intellectual insights through formal instruction, and to expand their educational experience through and beyond their academic programs.

Respect for one another is essential to preserving the spirit of community at Yeshiva University. Membership in the Yeshiva University community entails certain rights and responsibilities. All members of this community are accorded these rights, and are equally accountable to uphold their responsibilities. It is therefore important to maintain a clear statement of basic rights, obligations and responsibilities concerning both academic and personal conduct.

Yeshiva University undergraduate students have the following rights:

  • Citizenship: Students have the right to exercise their rights as citizens of the University. They have the right to partake in the student government in their respective school(s) as well as to organize and join clubs and participate in their events, in all cases in accordance with applicable rules and procedures. (For more information, see Student Government Constitutions)
  • Expression Students have the right to examine and exchange diverse ideas, consistent with the mission of the University, in an orderly, respectful and lawful manner inside and outside the classroom.
  • Association Students have the right to associate and interact freely with other individuals, groups of individuals, organizations and institutions in a manner that does not infringe on the rights of others or interfere with the mission of the University.
  • Freedom from Discrimination Students who are otherwise qualified have the right to participate fully in the University community without discrimination as defined by federal, state and local law.
  • Environment Students have the right to be treated fairly with respect and dignity at all times. Every member of the community; faculty, administration and student alike, has the right to courteous and professional conduct in interactions with all other members of the community.
  • Safety Students have the right to an environment that is conducive to learning and without unreasonable concerns for personal safety. Behavior which is intimidating, threatening or hostile to individuals or groups, is therefore regarded as a serious offense. Abusive or harassing behavior, verbal or physical, which demeans, threatens or injures another - is subject to University Disciplinary Action. (See Undergraduate Disciplinary Procedures)
  • Discipline Students who are subject to University Disciplinary action have the right to be treated with fundamental fairness. (See Undergraduate Disciplinary Procedures)
  • Privacy Students have the right to have their educational records maintained on a confidential basis by the University, in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. (FERPA)
  • Disabilities Students who are otherwise qualified to attend the University have the right to reasonable accommodation of their physical or learning disabilities as provided by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • High Quality Resources Students have the right to educational resources which may be furnished by the University to support intellectual and social development.
  • Advisement Students have the right to receive advice in making various education related decisions. This includes career planning, and personal and academic advisement.
  • Prompt Response from Administration Students have the right to prompt and courteous responses to their reasonable inquiries to the University’s academic and administrative departments.
  • Academic and Administrative Policies Students have the right to academic and administrative policies that support intellectual inquiry, learning and growth, as well as the proper functioning of the University. The University strives to have all student policies, both academic and administrative, accessible to all students at all reasonable times.

 

Responsibilities of Undergraduate Students
The exercise and preservation of these rights requires respect for the rights of all others in the community. Undergraduate students enrolled in Yeshiva University assume an obligation to conduct themselves in a manner that is civil and in accordance with the University’s function as an educational institution and performance of its mission. Students are therefore expected to exhibit responsible behavior regardless of time, place, and medium.

Yeshiva University is a community that has always prided itself on the high standards of behavior and scholarship to which all members are held. To fulfill its function and mission, the University retains the power to maintain order within the University and discipline those who are disruptive of the educational process or fail to abide by the University’s rules and regulations.

Responsible behavior includes, but is not limited to, the following obligations:

  • To abide by the highest ethical and moral standards.
  • To know and abide by all University policies, rules and regulations listed in the University publications and websites, as well as the responsibilities set forth in this Bill of Rights and Responsibilities. To abide by all federal, state and local laws.
  • To refrain from possession of any dangerous, harmful or illegal articles or substances.
  • To respect the health and safety of others. Acts or threats of physical violence to any other person or exposing others to dangerous conditions are expressly forbidden. Violators are subject to University Disciplinary Action.
  • To respect the property of the University or others. To refrain from stealing, damaging, defacing, or misusing property or facilities of the University or others. University property and facilities should be preserved for enjoyment and use by other members of the University community. This also applies to University computing services. (See ITS University Handbook for Students, yu.edu/ITS/policies)
  • To be honest and truthful in all dealings with the University and its community. This includes, but is not limited to, being truthful about oneself, one’s work product, and other members of the University community.
  • To comply with the directions of any member of the faculty, administration or staff of the University or any person acting on behalf of the University who is acting within the scope of his or her authority.
  • To respect the privacy and integrity of University facilities. Students may not enter without permission any private office of a faculty or staff member or any building or facility not normally open to the public. Students may not remain in any building or facility after being directed to leave by any faculty or staff member or other authorized University agent.
  • To respect each other’s personal rights and dignity and to refrain from conduct that infringes on the rights of others.
  • To comply with all provisions of the University’s Code of Academic Integrity as well as the academic integrity codes adopted by the faculties and/or departments of individual schools. (See Academic Integrity Handbook)
  • To contribute to, and maintain, a respectful and tolerant learning environment.
  • To respect the educational process and the peaceful and orderly conduct of classes, lectures and meetings. To respect the right of any person, including invited speakers, to express his or her views without interference or disruption.
  • To respect the needs and wishes of others by maintaining a reasonable degree of quiet in University housing, libraries and similar facilities.

Failure to live up to these student responsibilities may result in the imposition of University Disciplinary Action. (See Undergraduate Disciplinary Procedures)

Undergraduate Student Disciplinary Procedures

Yeshiva University undergraduate students are expected and required to abide by the policies, rules and regulations established by the University including, but not limited to, what is stated in the University’s publications and websites and in the Undergraduate Student Bill of Rights and Responsibilities. Students are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with the highest ethical and moral standards. Prohibited behavior includes acts that are dishonest, immoral or unlawful; acts that cause damage to property or harm to oneself or to others: or acts that bring discredit or shame upon the institution.

Students who violate any of these policies, rules, regulations and other requirements are subject to disciplinary action, whether the conduct occurs in any University facility, or in connection with any University - sponsored activity. In addition, students whose off campus conduct violates any of these policies, rules, regulations or other requirements may also be subject to University discipline. The University will impose appropriate sanctions which may include, but are not limited to, letters of admonition, probation, loss of privileges, and/or suspension or expulsion from University housing or from the University in general.

First Step: Informed of Allegations
A student accused of violating University policies, rules, regulations or other requirements will be notified by a University official of the specific charges against him/her within a reasonable amount of time.

Second Step:
The student will be asked to appear for an interview with the University- designated Hearing Office. At the interview, the student may present written material and will have the opportunity to speak on his/her own behalf. The rules of civil or criminal procedure, including the rules of evidence, will not apply. Therefore, the student will not have the right to have an attorney, parent, or other advocate present at any meeting.

Between the second & third steps:
After considering all the facts and circumstances, and consulting with the University Disciplinary Committee, it will be determined if the charges against the student have been sustained.

Third Step:
The determination of the University Disciplinary Committee and any sanctions to be imposed on the student are presented to the student.

Appeal Process:
The student will be notified of the determination of the University Disciplinary Committee and, within 10 days of the notification, may appeal the decision, in writing, to the Provost of Undergraduate Education or his/her designee (the “Provost”). The Provost may uphold, modify or overrule the decision of the University Disciplinary Committee and any of the resulting sanctions. The decision of the Provost is final.

Notwithstanding the Procedures set forth above, if the University reasonably believes that the continued presence of any student on campus poses a safety concern to him/herself or to others or to the reputation or operation of the University, the University may immediately suspend the student from campus, pending completion of the Procedures. In addition, harassment complaints involving students are subject to the procedures set forth in the Harassment Policy & Complaint Procedures for Students. In the event of any conflict between the Procedures set forth above and such Policy, the provisions of such Policy shall prevail.

You will receive information about fire safety and evacuation procedures specific to your residence hall at the beginning of each term. It is extremely important that you and your guests know all applicable fire safety procedures for your building.

Residents who fail to fully comply with applicable fire safety procedures, who fail to abide by building emergency evacuation procedures, or who otherwise violate rules and regulations related to fire safety will be subject to disciplinary action.

In general, you are expected to maintain adequate standards of cleanliness to avoid fire hazards and must not obstruct sidewalks, entrances, passages, fire escapes, elevators, lobbies, stairways, corridors, or halls with personal property. The following items are prohibited in the residence halls and will be confiscated:

  • Flammable decorations (ie twinkly lights)
  • Natural or artificial trees
  • Non-University electric heaters and air conditioners
  • Halogen lighting equipment and electric blankets
  • Explosives, fireworks, firearms, or ammunition
  • Candles, hookahs, incense, outdoor grills, or any other type of open flame or open coil device (ie toaster ovens, toasters, hot plate burners, George Foreman grills, panini and sandwich makers, rice cookers, slow cookers, etc.). This applies to Shabbat and Hanukkah candles, which may be kindled only in officially designated areas. For Shabbat candle lighting purposes in your room, you may use an incandescent electric light.

 

The use of extension cords is discouraged; power strips with surge protectors are preferable.

Students found in possession of prohibited items will be subject to disciplinary action. If you have any questions or concerns regarding fire safety, please contact the Office of University Housing & Residence Life.

Evacuation Drills

The Office of Safety and Security may conduct evacuation drills. These are an important way to prepare you to respond to a fire alarm. You must evacuate the building immediately upon hearing the alarm. Residents who do not are subject to disciplinary action.

Emergency Evacuation

General Emergency Fire Safety Instructions

A. Keep calm. Do not panic. Notify the Fire Department as soon as possible. Fire Department personnel will be on the scene of a fire within minutes of receiving an alarm.

B. If your building is equipped with a fire alarm and that alarm is sounded, you should evacuate the building in accordance with the procedures outlined in the Fire Safety notice affixed to the back of the room/suite entry door. WHEN A FIRE ALARM SOUNDS, ALWAYS EVACUATE THE BUILDING.

C. Because flame, heat, and smoke rise, generally a fire on a floor below your room or apartment presents a greater threat to your safety than a fire on a floor above.

D. Do not overestimate your ability to put out a fire. Most fires cannot be easily or safely extinguished alone. Do not attempt to put a fire out once it begins to quickly spread. If you attempt to put a fire out, make sure you have a clear path of retreat from the room.

E. When exiting the building during a fire, close all doors as you exit to confine the fire. Never use the elevator. It could stop between floors or take you to where the fire is.

F. Heat, smoke, and gases emitted by burning materials can quickly choke you. If you are caught in a heavy smoke condition where visibility is poor, get down on the floor and crawl. Take short breaths, breathing through your nose.

G. If your clothes catch fire, don't run. Stop where you are, drop to the ground, cover your face with your hands to protect your face and lungs, and roll over to smother the flames.

Possession of illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia is prohibited and will subject students involved to university disciplinary process and may result in dismissal.

In accordance with Yeshiva University's Drug and Alcohol Policy, undergraduate students, regardless of age, are prohibited from possessing and consuming alcoholic beverages on Yeshiva University premises. Students are also prohibited from possessing any drug paraphernalia.

Smoking (cigarettes, hookahs, water pipes and electrical cigarettes) is prohibited everywhere within all university residences including students' rooms, bathrooms, corridors, elevators, stairways, lounges, study halls, balconies, etc. All forms of gambling and/or card playing are prohibited in the residences as well. Any of the above behavior will subject the students involved to dismissal from the university.  Possession of these items is against University Housing policy.

Any student receiving a government grant who is involved with the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or use of a controlled substance will lose his/her government grant. Furthermore, the university will be required to notify the appropriate government offices of any student receiving a government grant who is involved with drugs.

The following will subject the student involved to dismissal from the residences:

  • Setting a fire, unauthorized use of a fire extinguisher, or setting off a false alarm.
  • Possession and/or use of all forms of fireworks.
  • Throwing objects from residence windows or any other area of the buildings.
  • Causing damage to or use of public or private telephones for dishonest purposes or harassment.
  • Causing damage to or tampering with elevators, mailboxes or vending machines.
  • Possession of firearms, other weapons, or any implement perceived by the university or by the students as dangerous.
  • Being present on the rooftop of the residences. The rooftop is off limits at all times except in case of a fire emergency situation. Security personnel check the roof regularly.
  • Unauthorized installation of cables, electrical wiring, or telephone lines on the premises of the residences.
  • Causing damage to any university housing property.

Nothing should be stored on your windowsills, since this presents a danger to passersby.

The students assigned to a room will be held responsible for any violation of regulations that occurs in their room even if they are not present.

Fall 2022 Move-In

Move in will take place on August 21, 2022. A more specific timeframe will be announced soon!

Rosh Hashana

All residence halls will remain open 

Yom Kippur

All residence halls will remain open 

Sukkot

All residence halls will be closing at 11 am on Sunday, October 9, 2022 and will reopen at 8:30pm on Tuesday, October 11, 2002. The residence halls will then close again at 11am on Sunday, October 16, 2022 and will reopen at 8:30pm on Tuesday, October 18, 2022.

Thanksgiving

All residence halls will remain open 

Chanukah

All residence halls will remain open 

Spring 2022 Move-In

Move-In will take place the week of January 15,2023. More info will be announced in December 2022. 

Purim

All residence halls will remain open 

Pesach 

All residence halls on the Wilf campuses will be closed for Pesach from Tuesday, April 4, 2023 from 10:00am until Thursday, April 13, 2023 at 10:00pm. We encourage you to make Pesach arrangements off campus by reaching out to family and friends.

You must remove all chametz from your possession before Pesach.

Bedikas Chametz: Before you leave for Pesach, a thorough cleaning should be done of your room or apartment in order to remove all chametz in your possession. You are obligated to do a “bedikas chametz” on the night before you leave, without a bracha [as it will not be ‘Erev Pesach’ proper]. You can also assign a roommate to do this on behalf of everyone in the room.  

Issur Chametz: One should eat, discard or otherwise remove any chametz items they own and remove all trash (into the large bins in the hallway) before leaving for Pesach. The prohibition to own Chametz takes effect while the Res Halls are closed, so all Chametz must be removed from your room / destroyed before leaving.

Selling Chometz – If you do not wish to discard chametz products, you must sell them through the process known as “Mechiras Chametz”, as one is not allowed to eat from chametz that was owned by a Jew over Pesach.

Rabbi Beni Krohn has offered to assist in the sale of chametz. He is available in the Fischel Beis Medrash in Zysman Hall on Monday - Thursday between 9 am – 12 noon. Rabbi Krohn can also be texted / WhatsApp’ed at 201-527-5548 to coordinate a time to meet.

Please discuss your Pesach plans with your RA and don’t hesitate to speak with any member of Residence Life or Student Life team with any questions, we are always happy to help.

Programming

The Office of Residence Life facilitates many engaging programs throughout the year to complement your academic experience on campus.

Stay in touch with your RA and the Office to hear about floor parties, shabbatons, Open Office snacks, the March Madness competition, and more!

Small refrigerators of five cubic feet or less are permitted only in accordance with official specifications.

Non-University air conditioners or space heaters are not permitted in University Housing. 

University provided air conditioners are in each room in Morgenstern Hall and Rubin Hall

Microwave ovens are the only cooking appliance permitted for use in rooms.  Other cooking appliances (but no open-flame devices) can be used in communal kitchenettes, which are located on Rubin 3 and 6, Morgenstern 4, 6, and 8, and Muss 3 and 4.

VISITOR POLICY FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT HOUSING 

(effective April 5 September 1, 2022)

The University recognizes that having non-YU friends visit you on campus and spend time with you in your residence hall may be an important part of your college experience. As such, undergraduate students are permitted to host visitors in their University residence halls on the following terms and conditions. For the safety of the University community, all visitors must have a visitor pass issued by Security.  

Visitors are expected to abide by this Policy and all other University policies and procedures (including safety and access restrictions), and to immediately comply with all instructions of University personnel. The student host will be responsible for their visitor, and will be responsible for any non-compliance and any harm or damage caused by their visitor. The University reserves the right to remove or restrict any visitor at any time as it may deem necessary or desirable.   
 

Any visitor who is coughing or shows other signs of illness will be asked to immediately leave campus.  This is true whether or not they test positive  for COVID or other disease. YU is not able to provide any quarantine or isolation rooms for ill visitors.   

The University reserves the right to modify this Policy at any time without notice. 
 

DAYTIME VISITORS   
 

  • Students may be permitted to host not more than 2 persons per day between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. 

  • In advance of the visit, the student host must email visitormanagement@yu.edu with their guest's name, arrival time, and departure time. This can be done on the day of the visit, but must be done in advance.

  • On the day of the visit, the visitor, accompanied by their student host, must first go to one of the following locations to be issued a one-day, limited daytime access visitor pass by Security: 

    • Wilf Campus Strenger Hall Security Office, 2521 Amsterdam Avenue 

    • Beren Campus Brookdale Residence Hall Security Office, 50 East 34th Street 

  • The student host must present to Security their YU ID.  

  • The visitor must present to Security a valid government-issued photo ID and proof of full vaccination against COVID, if applicable. Electronic (App) proof of vaccination , if applicable, is preferred, but a government or medical-issued vaccine card will be acceptable. 

  • Visitors must be accompanied at all times by their student host. 

  • Visitors, accompanied by their student host, will be permitted to access: 

    • the host’s residence hall and (subject to permission of the host’s roommates) room/apartment, 

    • the campus’ Dining Hall,  

    • the campus’ Batei Midrash,   

    • the campus’ Minyanim, and 

    • on the Wilf Campus, the Shenk Shul located in Schottenstein. 

  • Visitors will not be permitted to access any other campus spaces, including libraries, athletic or recreational facilities, and classrooms.  Visitors will not be permitted to attend campus events (unless otherwise open to the public).  Visitors will not be permitted to use the campus shuttles. 

  • Please note that currently only non-cash forms of payment are accepted by the Dining Halls.  Students may not use their Caf Cards to purchase food for visitors. 

  • Daytime visitors are not required to be vaccinated/boostered against COVID unless they come to campus for more than 5 days during any semester.  Visitors who come to campus for more than 5 days during any semester are required to comply with all COVID vaccination requirements of University undergraduate students (which currently is full-vaccination). (Note that exceptions are not available for any vaccination requirement.) 

 

OVERNIGHT AND SHABBAT VISITORS 
 

  • Students may be permitted to host not more than 1 overnight visitor per night/1 Shabbat visitor per Shabbat.  The overnight visitor may not stay more than 3 nights. 

  • All overnight/Shabbat visitors are required to comply with all COVID vaccination requirements of University undergraduate students (which currently is full-vaccination (i.e., two weeks after the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, or two weeks after the single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine) . (Note that exceptions are not available for any vaccination requirement.) 

  •  All visitors must be between the ages of 16 – 25, and otherwise deemed suitable (e.g., only male visitors in the Wilf residence halls, and female visitors in the Beren residence halls.) 

  • The student host must receive prior approval of their roommates for the visitor. 

  • The student host must receive prior approval from University Housing at least 48 hours prior to the visit.  The student host must accurately complete all forms required by University Housing. University Housing will only be responding during business hours (Monday-Thursday 9:00am-5:30pm and Friday 9:00am-1:00pm) so please plan accordingly. 

  • For University Housing to approve the visit, the student host must provide University Housing with the following information: 

    • Full Name, Cell Phone Number and Banner ID of Student Host 

    • Residence Hall/Room of Student Host 

    • Full Name and Cell Phone Number of Visitor 

    • Date and Time of Visit 

    • Proof of Full Vaccination against COVID of Visitor 

    • Completed Guest Form with RA approval (on the Wilf campus only)

University Housing has the discretion to reject a visitor for any (or no) reason.  If approved by University Housing, University Housing will notify the student host, and will also notify the Security Department, at least 24 hours in advance of the visit, at visitormanagement@yu.edu with the above information. 

  • On the day of the visit, the visitor, accompanied by their student host, must first go to one of the following locations to be issued a 1-3 day, limited overnight access visitor pass by Security: 

    • Wilf Campus Strenger Hall Security Office, 2521 Amsterdam Avenue 

    • Beren Campus Brookdale Residence Hall Security Office, 50 East 34th Street 

  • The student host must present to Security their YU ID.  

  • The student host must present to Security a completed guest form (available from Security). The guest form must be approved by their RA (so the student host should coordinate beforehand with their RA in advance of the visit). 

  • The visitor must present to Security a valid government-issued photo ID, and proof of full vaccination against COVID. Electronic (App) proof of vaccination  is preferred, but a government or medical-issued vaccine card will be acceptable. 

  • Visitors must be accompanied at all times by their host. 

  • Visitors, accompanied by their host, will be permitted to access: 

    • the host’s residence hall and room/apartment, 

    • the campus’ Dining Hall,  

    • the campus’ Batei Midrash,   

    • the campus’ Minyanim, and 

    • on the Wilf Campus, the Shenk Shul located in Schottenstein. 

  • Visitors will not be permitted to access any other campus spaces, including libraries, athletic or recreational facilities, and classrooms.  Visitors will not be permitted to attend campus events (unless otherwise open to the public).  Visitors will not be permitted to use the campus shuttles. 

  • Please note that currently only non-cash forms of payment are accepted by the Dining Halls.  Students may not use their Caf Cards to purchase food or meal tickets for visitors.  Shabbat meal tickets should be purchased for Shabbat guests in the week prior to their arrival. 

    As a member of our residential community, you have a responsibilities and a commitment to others.

    In general, you should:

    1. Respect the basic rights of others.
    2. Respect University property and the personal property of others.
    3. Refrain from activities that interfere with the regular operations of the University.
    4. Present identification upon the request of an authorized University official.
    5. Ensure that guests behave in a manner consistent with University and housing policies.

    Quiet Hours

    Designated quiet hours in ALL residence halls begin at 11 p.m. Quiet hours are maintained to provide an atmosphere conducive to relaxation, study, and sleep within our residence community. 

    During designated quiet hours, no noise should be heard outside of your rooms. You should not engage in any form of disruptive activity in hallways or other public areas, inside or near residences. 

    Students who cause disturbances or excessive noise at any time will be subject to disciplinary action.

    Internet access is provided to all students in University housing.

    Getting Started

    Frequently Asked Questions  

    How do I log in to YUHousing?

    • You will log on with your University-provided Active Directory credentials

    How do I find my YUAD credentials? 

    • If you don't know your credentials or are unsure what they might be, you can use an online tool at https://www.yu.edu/findid

    What if I receive an "Invalid Credentials" error? 

    • If you receive this error, please contact the YU Helpdesk at (800) 829-7418 or e-mail helpdesk@yu.edu 

    What if I need technical or wireless access assistance/support? 

    How do I connect a device that doesn't have a screen?

    • Connecting such devices is easy, and we have made an instructional video to guide you through it.  Or you can view instructions online

    Where can I find other University Information Technology Services policies for students?

    Moving In

    Before you arrive on campus, please make sure you have:

    Made your financial arrangements with the Office of Student Accounts (212.960.5269)

    Filed your completed medical forms: authorization, medical history, MMR immunization, and submit a negative COVID-19 PCR result to covidstudentline@yu.edu 

    You will be given your room assignment when you arrive on campus.

    Moving Out

    University Housing is open throughout the academic year, including intersession between the fall and spring semesters. The exception is Passover vacation, at which time all housing facilities are closed.

    Moving mid-year: Students must inform the housing office via email at wilfhousing@yu.edu if they intend to withdraw from housing for the spring semester. Failure to do so will result in your getting billed for the spring semester. Please note, students remaining in housing for the spring semester begin being charged for the spring semester on the first day of winter break. Students should discuss any financial implications of moving out of housing with the Office of Student Accounts prior to finalizing any decisions.

    If you leave behind large quantities of refuse after the official closing of University Housing, Facilities Services will remove them and charge a fee.

    Vacation

    When you leave for vacation periods during the year, please remember to:

    Close all the windows

    Remove all valuables from your room

    Turn out the lights

    Lock your door

    When feasible, unplug appliances (before unplugging refrigerators, it is recommended to empty its contents and leave the door open)

    Keys

    In order to provide a safe and secure environment, the University maintains careful control of room keys.

    1. You will be issued one key for your room.
    2. For safety's sake, please do not leave your room unlocked for any length of time, particularly when you go to the bathroom, or shower. Take your key with you!
    3. If you forget to bring your key back with you after a holiday or weekend, go to the Office of University Housing and Residence Life to obtain a new key.
    4. If you discover that your key is missing, you must notify Housing immediately. In case of loss by a theft that is clearly without fault on the part of the keyholder, Campus Security and Facilities Services, together with the Director of University Housing and Residence Life, will review the particulars and decide if the replacement charges may be waived.
    5. If your room assignment during the semester is changed, you are responsible for returning the original key that was issued to you. Failure to do so may result in fees or cancellation of the move.
    6. Keys are and remain the property of Yeshiva University. They must be returned to the Housing Office when you complete the academic year or in the event of your earlier withdrawal from the University or University Housing. If you fail to do so, you will be charged $150 fee.

    There is a self service laundry area with debit-card-operated washing machines and dryers in the basement of each Residence Hall.  These machines are for residents of University Housing only, and non-residents should make their own laundry arrangements accordingly.

    If you would like a laundry card please come by the Office of University Housing and Residence Life or speak with your resident adviser.

    Please report any problems with these facilities to the Office of University Housing and Residence Life, Rubin Hall Suite 106; wilfhousing@yu.edu.

    Residence Halls

    Mail delivered to campus will be delivered directly to your room by your Resident Advisor.

    Each residence hall has its own address, and you should use only these addresses:

    • Morgenstern Hall, 2525 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10033
    • Muss Hall, 526 West 187th Street, New York, NY 10033
    • Rubin Hall, 2501 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10033
    • Strenger Hall, 2521 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10033

    Packages will be held for you in the campus mailroom located in the Office of Production Services (Belfer Hall basement, room B13; 212.960.5240). When one arrives, you will be notified by e-mail to your YU address, and you will need to show your student ID card to retrieve it.

    We recommend that you bring all personal items (i.e. clothing, linen, pillows, towels, soap,  shampoo, etc.). However, should you forget something or not bring something, we are a few blocks away from Staples, Rite Aid, and other stores.
     
    The beds are twin standard sized. Each room includes the following: beds, desks, chairs, closets, a dresser, a sink, a medicine chest, a trash receptacle, and a box fan or air conditioner (air conditioning is available in Morgenstern and Rubin Halls).

    Yeshiva University is not responsible for loss, damage or theft of personal belongings. Many families have homeowner's insurance policies or special "floaters" added to the policy to cover losses away from home. Please report any losses or thefts immediately to the Department of Safety and Security, in Strenger Hall, as well as to your resident adviser and the Office of University Housing and Residence Life, Rubin Hall, Suite 106.

    Lost and Found

    The office for retrieving lost property or submitting found items is the Department of Safety and Security in Strenger Hall.

    Living with other students is one of the most rewarding and valuable components of your college experience. You will have the opportunity to make lifelong friends, be challenged intellectually and develop important social ties that will influence you throughout your life. Living in University housing gives you the opportunity to learn to understand and appreciate others.

    Keep in mind, it is normal to have difficulties in adjusting to college life and a new roommate, even one you were already friends with. In any communal living setting, it is important to maintain honesty, consideration, mutual respect, communication, and compromise.

    Here are some specific guidelines for getting along with your roommate:

    • Communicate. Discuss pet peeves, personal habits, sleeping and waking schedules, musical tastes, comfortable noise levels and other expectations. Have an initial discussion on how to arrange the room, what accessories to buy and how to decide who pays for what and who will keep it at the end of the year.
    • Set ground rules. Who can borrow what, when and for how long? What time will the lights be turned off?
    • Make an effort to keep your living space clean, comfortable and pleasant. The more livable your space is, the happier and more productive you will be.
    • Ask your roommate and inform your RA, before you accommodate an overnight guest. Make agreements and keep your word.

    If difficulties arise ...

    • Talk it over with your roommate and your RA. Don't wait until the differences escalate.
    • If after discussions with your roommate and RA, you feel a room change is the best solution, please discuss the matter further with the Director of University Housing & Residence Life. Changes will be processed after the first two weeks of a new semester. No room changes can be made without official approval from the Director of University Housing & Residence Life.

    Shabbat is a warm communal experience in University Housing. Tables are set up in each residence hall lounge for candle lighting each Shabbat. Refreshments and board games are put out every Friday night and Shabbat afternoon in each dormitory lounge for student enjoyment. Elevators

    Shabbat is a warm communal experience in University Housing. Refreshments and board games are put out every Friday night and Shabbat afternoon in each dormitory lounge for student enjoyment, and a variety of programs is planned in partnership with the Office of Student Life and Undegraduate Torah Studies. Elevators in the residence halls are set to run automatically on Shabbat.

    Shabbat programming is aimed to be inclusive of students from all backgrounds and inclinations. To achieve the Shabbat environment we strive for, in University Housing residence halls, public observance of Shabbat is mandatory for students and guests. It is the student's responsibility and that of any guests he hosts for Shabbat to abide by the residence regulations.

    • Students' and guests' behavior and dress should be appropriate for Shabbat
    • No Shabbat candles may be lit in student rooms because of NYC fire regulations

    The use of computers or electronic devices is prohibited on Shabbat. Use of such appliances on Shabbat will be treated as a violation of Housing rules, and the student involved will be subject to disciplinary action.

    Don't know what to do with all your stuff at the end of the academic year?

    The University has partnered with Dorm Room Movers as its official storage partner. We have coordinated a special 20% off per item storage discount. As well as a $20 credit towards your service with coupon code Yeshiva21. 

    At the end of the spring semester, Dorm Room Movers will ship you materials to pack up your belongings, and they will coordinate with the Housing Office to pick up your belongings after you leave campus. This will be securely stored for the summer and delivered back to your newly assigned room before the Fall semester.

    For more information please visit https://www.dormroommovers.com/storage-Yeshiva-University-New-York-NY or text 856-369-3676. 

    As a Yeshiva University student, you now have access to Antidote Health services to see a doctor about anything you need 24/7. Antidote Health is an online healthcare company providing the highest quality digital healthcare to American families and individuals, based upon first in line doctors and innovative technology. The Antidote Health service includes doctor visits 24 hours a day, 365 days a year via video-call with the Antidote mobile app. Appointments can be scheduled easily from the app for as soon as 10 minutes time or later in the day at a preferred time.

    How to Use Your Antidote Health Account with a Smart Phone

    Your account has already been created and setup by Antidote Health and Yeshiva University. To activate your account, you need to install the Antidote mobile app and reset your password.

    Once installed, open the app and click on “Log In”. This will take you to a screen where you can select “Forgot password” and follow the instructions to choose a password. Once you’ve updated your password, the activation process is complete, and your Antidote Health account is ready to use anytime of day or night.

    How to Use Your Antidote Health Account Without a Smart Phone

    You do not need to anything to complete your account setup. You can schedule an appointment with a doctor any time of day or night by following the instructions below. Since you are using the service without a smartphone, the process will be different to using the app. It is easy and we will guide you through it all. This service is available 24/7 and you can see an Antidote doctor within minutes.

    To schedule an appointment:
    • Contact Antidote customer service via phone at 866-256-2134
    • Tell the representative you are a Yeshiva University student
    • You will be asked to identify yourself and confirm date of birth
    • You will be connected directly with the doctor

    Antidote Customer Service 

    Username: is your university email address

    Customer service is available 24/7 on the following channels:
    Customer service by phone: 866-256-2134
    Customer service by chat: www.antidotehealth.com
    Customer service by email: support@antidotehealth.com

     

    As the COVID-19 landscape continues to change, we constantly monitor our protocols to ensure they are suited to the needs of our students and the wider population. As per recent guidelines and support from our medical director, we have adjusted our campus isolation policy to “isolate in place.” This policy is in accordance with CDC guidance as well as common practice in other NYC universities. 

    Here are the new protocols regarding isolating on campus for students living in the Yeshiva University residence halls:  

    Isolating in Room 

    • If you have symptoms unique to COVID-19, such as loss of taste or smell, you should take a COVID-19 test to determine if you are COVID-positive. The tests that are accepted are either through a lab or via telehealth.  

    • If you test positive for COVID-19 isolate in place in your room for at least five days. Day Zero of this count is the day you first started experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. If you did not experience any symptoms, your Day Zero is when you tested positive for COVID-19.    

    • If you live in a shared suite (with roommates), you should remain in your bedroom. If you need to use common areas, such as the bathroom or kitchen, make sure to mask and keep social distance. 

    • Avoid contact with other people (including your roommates) as much as possible, and make sure to mask and keep social distance when you are with others. You should not have visitors coming to your room (or suite). 

    • Wear a mask around the room and suite as much as possible. 

    • Open windows in order to increase ventilation in the room.  

    • If you live in a residence hall with communal bathrooms, you should mask and keep social distance when using the bathroom.  

    • You should only leave your room and residence hall for emergencies and necessities.  

    • Per CDC, you should continue to wear a mask for five more days following your exit from isolation. 

    Food 

    • Students are expected to obtain their own meals during their isolation and eat all meals in their isolation location. Please note this is not your RA’s responsibility unless they volunteer.  

    • A student can ask a fellow student to deliver meals to them. If doing so, please email either wilffood@yu.edu or berenfood@yu.edu based on the campus you reside on. In the email, you should let Dining Services know the name of the fellow student  who is picking up the food as well as the isolating student’s Banner ID/800 number to use for payment.  

    • A student can order from delivery services such as Seamless or Uber Eats, and can leave their room  in order to retrieve the meal from the lobby of the building as long as they mask and keep social distance. Please note that Yeshiva University will not reimburse any meals while a student is in isolation. 

    • In regards to shabbat, if you are buying meals from Dining Services, please buy them through OneCard. If you need meals packaged or delivered, please reach out to shabbatwaitress@gmail.com (Beren) or yuwaitstaff@gmail.com (Wilf).  

    • If none of the above options work for you, you can leave your room (masked and social distancing) to go to the cafeteria and pick up the food. But you may not eat the food in the cafeteria and must eat back in your isolation location.  We suggest picking up enough food to last you a few days.  

    • Remember to remain masked and maintain social distancing in all public areas if you need to exit your room or residence hall. 

    Alerting the Proper People 

    • If you test positive or have symptoms, you should inform are responsible for telling your RA and roommates.  

    • Roommates are not required to isolate but should maintain their distance from the isolating student as much as possible. Roommates should monitor themselves in case any symptoms arise and should test if they feel symptomatic. 

    • Should you test positive, please reach out to covidstudentline@yu.edu to submit your positive test. The COVID team will alert your professors, but you must follow up with your professors yourself so that remote accommodations can be made where possible and to ensure you are not penalized for your absences. Please note only positive tests administered by either a lab or telehealth will permit Zoom capabilities and class attendance.  

    We understand you may have questions about living with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 or has symptoms. Please remember that students can become sick with many different illnesses, such as the flu or a cold, and usually remain in shared rooms with their roommates while recovering. With highly effective vaccines, mutations in the virus that are associated with milder illness, higher population-level immunity and more widely available medication (when clinically indicated), students are rarely getting severely ill from COVID-19. Due to these reasons—in conjunction with YU’s high rate of vaccination—this makes YU well-positioned to use an isolate-in-place protocol. Under this protocol, residential students who test positive for COVID-19 will be isolated in their own room even though their roommates may be negative for COVID-19, without the need to relocate to a different isolation location.  

    We understand that this is a new policy, and we ask you to please comply with the guidelines above.  

    If you have further questions, please reach out to covidstudentline@yu.edu

    Housing Email: wilfreslife@yu.edu
    Housing Phone:646-592-4215

    Avi Feder
    Director of Residence Life
    avi.feder@yu.edu
    646.592.4217

    Elazar Krausz
    Assistant Director of Residence Life
    elazar.krausz@yu.edu

    Every floor has one or two Resident Advisors, who live on the floor and are always there for residents.

    Resident Advisors

    Your resident advisor—your "RA"—will ease your transition to college life. With his door almost always open, he is your first resource for answering questions, making referrals, and resolving issues. He'll be able to offer tips on everything from study habits to subway directions, from campus activities to restaurant suggestions for you and your family.

    Get to know your RA. Whether you have a question or just want to hang out, he is there to help.

    Morgenstern 2: Noah Watman
    Morgenstern 3: Jonathan Kosowsky
    Morgenstern 4: Noah Meimoun
    Morgenstern 5: Jonah Braverman & Yehuda Raubvogel (Head RA)
    Morgenstern 6: Eliyahu Levi
    Morgenstern 7: Rafael Nemet
    Morgenstern 8: Daniel Hirsch

    Muss 2: Yonatan Ganchrow
    Muss 3: Daniel Watman & Yosef Tropp (Head RA)
    Muss 4: Jacob Sundel & James Heisler
    Muss 5: Gavriel Wolberg

    Rubin 2: Joshua Brafman & Jacob Steinberg
    Rubin 3: Homer Gal-Er & Eitan Maron (Head RA)
    Rubin 4: Joseph Greenberg & Isaac Silverman
    Rubin 5: Jonah Brooks & Jordan Stebbins
    Rubin 6: Samuel Metz
    Rubin 7: Uriel Cohen

    We offer you the chance to email a photo of yourself to be used to prepare your YUCard in advance of your arrival. This will allow you to pick up your new YUCard without waiting on the ID picture line. Your YUCard is used to gain access to all YU buildings and YU shuttles, serves as your cafeteria card for on and off campus purchases, and serves as your library card. If you choose not to do this, YU Security will take pictures and prepare YUCards when you are on campus.

    If would like to send a picture in advance, please follow these instructions:

    • Picture should be a front facing picture of you alone and should be taken from the chest up.  
    • No hats, bandanas or dark sunglasses.
    • The picture should be taken in front of a solid color background.
    • Smiling is encouraged.

    Please send your JPEG formatted picture (most smart phones send JPEG) to yucardpix@yu.edu.
    Be sure to include your legal name, your YU ID number (800XXXXXX), and the school you are enrolled in (Stern College for Women, Sy Syms School of Business, Yeshiva College, or Katz School)
    When you arrive to campus, you will need to present a driver’s license or other photo identification to retrieve your YU ID card.

    Please do not hesitate to contact the Office of University Housing and Residence Life if you have any questions or if we can be of any assistance.

    General E-mail: wilfreslife@yu.edu
    General Phone: 646-592-4215

    Avi Feder
    Director of Residence Life
    avi.feder@yu.edu

    Elazar Krausz
    Assistant Director of Residence Life
    elazar.krausz@yu.edu 

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