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 standard, twin size. 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 only available in Morgenstern Hall).
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, 521 West 185th Street, basement entrance, as well as to your resident adviser and the Office of University Housing and Residence Life, Rubin Hall, Suite 106.
If you feel the University was negligent and either contributed to or caused damage to or loss of your property, please contact Mr. Donald Sommers, from the Damage and Loss Committee, to file a claim. He can be reached at 212.960.5221.
Lost and Found
The office for retrieving lost property or submitting found items is the Department of Safety and Security, 521 West 185th Street, basement apartment.