Below are some of our most frequently asked questions. If you do not see your question addressed, please contact us at 212.960.0186 or email@example.com.
The Azrieli Office is located on the Wilf Campus in Belfer Hall, Room 311, and can be reached by phone at 212.960.0186, fax 212.960.0184, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The location on the web where you can access all your student information is www.yu.edu/myyu.
You can view information pertaining to your admission to the program, requirements and forms from the Registrar’s Office and your tuition/bill. You can also log in to My YU to update your contact information, marital status, etc. First-time users will need to create an account by designating a loginID and PIN. See the links below to get started:
Every Azrieli student is given a YU email address at registration. To find out exactly how the system has listed your name, go to www.yu.edu/findid. You will be prompted to enter your last name and your Social Security number (which is masked as you enter it.) When you have the information, you can access your email through gmail (Google email) by entering your full YU email address as your user name and enter your password.
For international students without an American SSN or Canadian SIN, contact Academic Computing at email@example.com, or call 212 960 5438 to retrieve your login credentials.
Access full text copies of most of the "on reserve" articles for a course from your home computer. You will need Adobe Acrobat to use this service. Your professor will provide you with a password.
The Banner system will provide access to your schedule and your grades.
Angel provides a variety of "course support" features including an online curriculum, useful links, course documents of many sorts, communication tools including chat rooms, message boards, and email access to classmates and your professor. Some courses at Azrieli use Angel and others do not. Check with your professor.
Upon admission to Azrieli, students are assigned a Yeshiva University Mail System email account that works through Gmail. To find your login information, go to www.yu.edu/findid. Non-registered students cannot access those accounts which are needed to receive correspondence from the program and to access the Angel Course Management System. If you prefer to use a different email as your primary email, you must set up your YU email account to forward to your primary email address so that you may still receive important communications from the program.
The primary method of accessing course work and corresponding with the professors is via the Angel Course Management System. The link for Angel can be found on the YU website home page and select the menu option Students on the left. For access to the system, a user name and password are necessary. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. Every student requires access to Angel to proceed in the Azrieli programs.
To access Angel, visit https://yu.elearning.yu.edu/default.asp. Your Angel username is the same as your YU Email user name. Your default Angel password is the first letter of your last name and the last four digits of your Social Security number.
If you have trouble logging into Angel, you can always use the password reset link just below the Angel login fields.
Not sure about your YU Email username or password? Visit www.yu.edu/findid.
Your personalized ID# will be printed on your acceptance letter. Please memorize and/or keep this number handy as this is the number that the school uses to identify you (very much like a social security number). Keep in mind that this number is different than the number that’s on your picture ID card and should only be shared with faculty or staff members if necessary.
All new students must obtain an ID card through the Security Office located at 521 West 185th Street. ID cards can only be obtained 24-48 hours following the first semester’s registration.
Students must have their ID cards updated from the library in order to access the online library outside of the campus.
Students apply for parking through the Security Office at 521 West 185th Street. See the Department of Safety and Security website for more information.
An email will be sent to inform you of the dates and times for registration. You are responsible for scheduling an appointment for advisement through the Azrieli office. Often, you can schedule an advisement phone call. At advisement, you will be issued a Registration Access Code (RAC) so you can register online. Go to www.yu.edu/myyu and login to register. If you have difficulty with your login, please contact email@example.com.
Students must register for courses by the deadline specified in the Academic calendar and in the registration material. Students not registering for coursework during a given semester must retain their student status by registering for REG 9992: Maintenance of Registration (details below). Failure to do so will be considered as having withdrawn. It is the responsibility of each student to abide by the registration deadlines.
Students who wish to add or drop a course following official registration must receive permission from the director/dean for approval. Following which, the student must submit an Add/Drop form at the Azrieli office. To avoid financial penalties, the student should be sure to follow the deadlines listed on the academic calendar for adding or dropping a course.
The Registrar’s Office will not register students with financial holds. Students cannot be added to Angel for a course until they are officially registered. Therefore, any financial hold must be resolved before registration is complete. A student whose registration is not complete will not get a grade even though they may have attended class. The professor is unable to assign a grade to a student who is not registered. Contact the Office of Student Finance with any questions.
Log into www.yu.edu/myyu and from the Main Menu, select Student and Financial Aid. Select Student Records to view your grades and transcript.
Please refer to the handbook appropriate to your program:
Our graduate master's programs are registered and approved by the New York State Education Department Office of Higher Education. Two master’s programs at Azrieli lead to a NYS teacher’s certification: Adolescent 7-12 initial/professional certification in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, social studies, English or Hebrew, and professional certification in Childhood Education 1-6.
Azrieli master’s graduates may qualify for the teudat hora-ah, teacher certification, from the Israeli Ministry of Education.
It is the student’s responsibility to apply for graduation once their coursework, student teaching (PEP), and portfolio/exam are completed. Graduation forms are submitted to the Registrar’s Office with payment. Please note that applications will not be processed without the accompanying fee.
As part of the registration process, students are required to submit their current mailing address, phone number and email address. In the case of any changes, the student must notify the registrar in addition to the Azrieli Office.
Yes! During the spring and fall semesters, doctoral students who are working on their dissertation must register for Doctoral Seminar II. Registering for it will grant student access to the YU library for the semester. Please refer to the Doctoral Handbook for information about time limitations for completion of the dissertation. Doctoral students (those working on dissertations and otherwise) are not required to register for classes during the summer semester.
Students should register for REG 9992 Maintenance of Registration if they do not want to take classes during a given semester.
Please contact the director of the doctoral program to discuss your options.
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