Housing and Residence Life


The Office of University Housing and Residence Life is here to ensure that your housing experience is positive and rewarding. We provide you with a comfortable and safe environment for study, spiritual growth, relaxation and fun. A team of resident advisers (RAs) is available to answer questions, offer support or laugh with you at 2 a.m. in the middle of finals. They are available to assist you in the transition to dormitory living and help you navigate college life. For further information, please visit YU men's housing or YU women's housing.


The Department of Safety and Security is pleased to offer our campus communities transportation services (also known as shuttles). We operate a regular shuttle service for Yeshiva University's undergraduate Manhattan campuses.

Food Service

There are numerous dining options offering a wide variety of fresh, prepared and packaged foods available on the Wilf and Beren campuses. Depending on the day of the week and location, we are open as early as 8 a.m. and stay open as late as 1 a.m. For more information, please check out Dining Services' website.

Health Services

The Undergraduate Student Health Center is administered by Beth Israel Medical Center and offers care for episodic illnesses and minor injuries on campus at no cost. It is open for walk-in care during regular business hours. Should you require emergency department services, specialist physician services or diagnostic testing, you will be referred appropriately. The Health Center also reviews the health forms and immunization history of entering students.

Beren Campus (Women)  Wilf Campus (Men) 
Brookdale Residence Hall 2B
50 East 34th Street
New York, NY 10016
Telephone: 212.340.7792
116 Laurel Hill Terrace #C
New York, NY 10033
Telephone: 646.685.0391
Counseling Center

The Yeshiva University Counseling Center is committed to supporting our students’ emotional well-being and general mental health. The Counseling Center provides students with short-term individual psychotherapy, medication management, crisis intervention, referrals and psycho-education workshops. We help students who are dealing with a range of personal issues including adjustment problems, loneliness, depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties or any other problem that a student might be struggling with. All services at the Counseling Center are free of charge and confidential. In addition to our phone number and address below, we are available by e-mail.

Beren Campus (Women)  Wilf Campus (Men) 
251 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10016
Telephone: 917.326.4942
116 Laurel Hill Terrace #A
New York, NY 10033
Telephone: 646.685.0112