The YU Summer 2013 Program offers a diverse and broad array of courses ranging from accounting to speech. These courses, available at both the Wilf Campus and Beren Campus, are open to all YU undergraduates as well as to high school graduates and students at other universities. YU undergraduates also have the opportunity to participate in exciting honors travel courses, as well as a summer science research internship at Bar-Ilan University in Israel.
Session I: June 3–July 3
Session II: July 8–August 8
Calendar for the two 2013 summer sessions (PDF). Please note that Session I has no classes on June 25 and classes meet on June 7 and June 18. In Session II, there are no classes on July 16 and classes meet on July 19.
For a registration instructions and a complete course schedule at YU's New York City campuses, as well as honors travel course offerings, see "Undergraduate Schedules." Please see the “Notes” column for the specific location of each course, as well as the category a given course fulfills at YU. Courses are offered in the following areas: accounting; art history; art studio; Bible; chemistry; economics; English literature; Jewish history; mathematics; music; philosophy; physics; political science; and speech.
Additional information is as follows. Please contact Dean Ethel Orlian at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The per-credit summer tuition rate for classes taken on campus is $490, plus a $25 registration fee. Normal lab fees apply. See "Undergraduate Tuition and Fees" for more details. Please note that this rate does not apply to the honors summer travel courses and the summer internship program at Bar-Ilan University.
Payment in full for all summer courses must be made prior
to the completion of your registration.
Visiting/nonmatriculated students are welcome to apply for summer courses. Complete the Transient Student Application (PDF).
Summer housing is available to all registered summer students, YU undergraduates and RIETS students for Summer Session I and/or Summer Session II. Additionally, YU undergraduates who will be involved in academic and professionally related pursuits over the summer may apply for housing. The cost for summer housing is $750 for each session ($1,400 for both).
Students approved for summer housing will be placed in Schottenstein Residence Hall. This air-conditioned dormitory offers single rooms, a beit midrash, a state-of-the-art fitness center and three lounge areas. For information, see "Women's Housing," email email@example.com or call 212.340.7795.
Students approved for summer housing will be placed in Morgenstern Residence Hall. Each room is an air-conditioned double. Morgenstern Residence Hall also has a renovated lounge, computer lab and game room. For information, see "Men's Housing," email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 212.960.5249, or stop by Rubin Hall, Suite 106.
Stern College for Women
The S. Daniel Abraham Honors Program is offering two exciting travel courses: an archaeological dig in Israel and a course in the Jewish confrontation with modernity in Lithuania and Belarus. Please see the program's website for course descriptions, additional information and applications.
The Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Honors Program is offering two corequisite courses—one in literature and the other in Jewish history (PDF)—in Berlin. For applications and additional information, contact Gabriel Cwilich, program director, at email@example.com, or David Sugarman, program coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This joint BIU–YU program is open to both women and men students at Stern College and Yeshiva College who are majoring in science. It allows students to gain hands-on experience in emerging scientific fields in an interdisciplinary environment and be mentored by Bar-Ilan University’s outstanding scientific faculty in state-of-the-art laboratories, all while spending the summer in Israel in an atmosphere that reflects the religious nature of both YU and BIU.
Interested students must file an Internship Form available in the Registrar’s Office at YU. The dates for this year's program are June 23 to August 8, and the cost is $225 excluding airfare. Although the deadline for applying to this year's program has passed, please visit "Summer Science Research Internships for Yeshiva University Students at Bar-Ilan University" for additional information. Students who have been accepted to the program must complete the Internship Form (PDF). Email further questions about the program to Professor Chaim Sukenik at Bar-Ilan.
Apply: YU Summer 2013
YU Summer Courses in New York City
YU Research and Honors Travel Courses
Yeshiva College: email Gabriel Cwilich, program director, or David Sugarman, program coordinator.
Stern College for Women: complete the application form for SOCI 1212H: Archaeology Fieldwork at Tel Es-Safi/Gat, Israel (PDF) OR JHIS 1807H & HIST 2149H: The Jewish Confrontation with Modernity in Lithuania & Belarus: 1800–1941, Lithuania & Belarus (PDF).
Bar-Ilan–YU Summer Research Internship in Israel
The deadline for applying to this summer's program has passed. Students who have been accepted to the program must complete the Internship Form (PDF).
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