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Undergraduate Admissions

Our Admissions office is dedicated to help guiding students throughout their journey, from application to enrollment to our undergraduate schools.

Get Started

The first step in applying to any of Yeshiva University’s undergraduate programs is creating an account in our online application.  This will give you access to your personal portal where you will be able to submit your application and supplemental items, and check your application status.  

Please note, applications are open only to students who have not previously completed a Bachelor's Degree.

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YU is Going Test Optional for 2021 High School Seniors

Learn about the updated testing policy for Fall 2021 applicants.

Yeshiva University has always taken a holistic approach when considering applicants for admission. We request and carefully review all the information, academic and social, that is submitted to us by students and their schools. Grades and standardized tests along with extra-curricular activities, community involvement and the personal interview all support our efforts to get to know each applicant and come to a decision based on the understanding that we want our students to succeed at YU. 

As a result of the challenges students face in fulfilling the requirement of submitting standardized test scores due to COVID-19, Yeshiva University will adopt a one year test optional policy for 2021 high school graduates and first time applicants applying to the university. This will be true for both general admission and Honors applicants. Students applying early admissions will still be required to submit scores. Details related to additional information or input on each applicant have been posted on this page. 

Our emphasis on the whole student as well as our commitment to the student’s success remains unchanged.

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Israel Program

The S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program (SDAIP) is an educational partnership between Yeshiva University and more than 45 yeshivot and seminaries in Israel.

Learn more about the Israel Program.

Israel Program

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Financial Aid

YU is committed to helping our Yeshiva College students with financial aid. To be considered for aid, learn about your options at the Office of Student Finance and fill out an application.

Financial Aid

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YU Open House

The Yeshiva University Office of Admissions hosts a wide variety of events throughout the year to help prospective students get to know the YU community and opportunities.

Learn about our new virtual open house.

YU Open House

Don't hesitate to let us know if there's anything we can do to help you get to know YU and Yeshiva College, and remember that we're here to answer any questions you might have as you begin the undergraduate admissions process.

Contact the Office of Admissions if you have any questions about undergraduate admission.

Email at yuadmit@yu.edu
Call us at 646-592-4440
Text us at 646-362-7247

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Due to ongoing concerns regarding the coronavirus, and out of an abundance of care and concern for the health and safety of our community, all on-campus visits are halted until further notice. We would love to offer you a virtual information session. To schedule, please contact yuadmit@yu.edu.

Schedule a Visit

You've heard about Yeshiva University, but how well do you really know us? The best aspects of the YU experience have to be experienced in person to be appreciated - the quality of our teaching, the warmth of our community, the energy of our beit midrash. Visiting our campus is the best way to get a feel for the vibrant community life and unique atmosphere of Yeshiva University. Prospective students are encouraged to explore the Women's Beren Campus in midtown Manhattan and the Men's Wilf Campus in Washington Heights. Spend some time in our classrooms. Meet our students and professors. Find out for yourself what makes a YU education an experience like no other.

Until we can physically host you we encourage you to explore Yeshiva University with a Virtual Visit!

Your virtual visit might include:

  • Speaking with one of our student tour guides about campus
  • Learning more about the academic and extracurricular opportunities for you at Yeshiva University with an Admissions Officer
  • Having your admissions interview
  • Virtually meeting faculty and Rabbeim or administrators in your areas of interest

To learn more about visiting our campuses, click here.

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