• Visiting YU

  • Life in NYC

    Living and studying in the cultural capital of the world is an invaluable enhancement to any education. New York and its five boroughs offer experiences unlike any other city in the world: from Carnegie Hall to Yankee Stadium; from the Metropolitan Museum of Art to the Empire State Building; from the Lower East Side to the Upper West Side; from Harlem to Wall Street.

    New York has been called a laboratory of humanity. The plethora of kosher restaurants, synagogues and Jewish culture also make New York City an ideal setting for the country's premier Jewish university. To learn more about what this exciting city has to offer, click on the links below.

    • MTA New York City Transit: A great site for learning the ins and outs of New York City's subway, rail, bus and bridges and tunnels systems. Includes maps, photos, history and events.
    • Citysearch (NYC): excellent source for all things New York: museums, shopping, restaurants, etc.
    • NY.gov: general information on New York State government agencies, state parks, historic sites and much more
    • YU's annual security and fire safety reports are available online.
  • Book a Visit!

    • Email us and include when you'd like to visit our undergraduate campuses and what you'd like to experience while you're here. Or
    • Contact the Office of Admissions at yuadmit@yu.edu or 212.960.5277.

    Please try to give us at least a week's advanced notice before arriving on campus so we can maximize your experience.

    To visit one of our graduate schools, please see "Contact YU's Grad Schools."

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