Here is some information you need before you arrive on the women’s campus.
The Office of University Housing and Residence Life staff will be available to answer any and all of your housing questions. During move in you will receive your exact room assignment, a room key and a mailbox key. Once you have signed for your keys, you are welcome to proceed to your room to unpack, settle in and meet you RA. At Orientation, a representative from the ITS department will be available to assist you in setting up your Yeshiva University wireless internet system. In the back lounge of the dormitory, a representative for the Security department will be available to take your picture for your new Yeshiva University ID card.
EARLY LUGGAGE DROP OFF:Sunday, August 17, 2014: 9 a.m. - noonTuesday, August 19, 2014: 7:30p.m – 10:30 p.m.
The Office of University Housing and Residence Life has arranged baggage drop-off service only for students residing in Brookdale Residence Hall, 50 East 34th Street (Between Park and Madison Avenues) New York, NY 10016. Students may drop off their belongings on Sunday, August 17 in front of Brookdale Residence Hall from 9 a.m.- noon and Tuesday, August 19 from 7:30pm-10:30pm. Staff will move the belongings to the students’ assigned rooms. Please pack in clearly labeled closed bags and suitcases.
Fall 2014 CHECK-IN:
Wednesday, August 208 a.m. - noon50 East 34 Street(Between Park and Madison Avenues)New York, NY 10016
Men are permitted upstairs in the Women’s Residence Halls on Wednesday, August 20, from 9 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. They are required to sign in and out with Security and present photo identification.
DON'T FORGET TO PACK:
• Linens (for regular twin sized beds)• Pillows• Blankets• Towels• Tissues• A lamp• A personal computer• Toiletries• Health itemsYou may want to bring a microwave or an office-sized refrigerator, or rent one when you arrive on campus.
There is a central package room for the Beren campus students, located on the 2nd floor of Brookdale Residence Hall. All deliveries will be processed at this location throughout the year. If you would like to ship any packages prior to your arrival on Sunday, packages will be accepted throughout winter break. All packages for undergraduate students on the Beren campus must be addressed as follows:
Student's Full Legal Name50 East 34 StreetNew York, NY 10016
The Package Center will have special Orientation hours.
Wednesday & Thursday: 9 am-12 pm & 9-10:30 pmSunday: 6-10 pmRegular Package Center hours will resume on Monday, August 25, 2014
Rachel Kraut, LMSWDirectorUniversity Housing & Residence LifeBeren CampusTelephone: 212.340.7795Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Becky CimentAssistant DirectorUniversity Housing & Residence LifeBeren CampusTepelphone: 212-340-7795Email: email@example.com
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Because your well-being is our paramount concern, your completed medical forms—authorization, medical history, MMR immunization (required by NY state law) and physicians report—must be on file prior to arrival on campus. All undergraduate students are required by the university to be covered by health insurance. Please visit our website for more information and updates about medical forms, health insurance and immunizations.
Mary Little, PAMedical ServicesBrookdale Residence Hall, 2BTelephone: 212.340.7792Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Yeshiva University ID card is an essential item when you arrive on campus. It serves as your dining and library card, and allows you access to the library, van services, and other facilities and buildings. Photo ID pictures will be taken in Brookdale Residence Hall Back Lounge on Wednesday, August 20.
Safety & Security Office Beren Campus251 Lexington AvenueSuite 11Telephone: 917.326.4885
The Office of Disability Services works with students with various types of disabilities including LD, ADHD, physical, hearing, visual, psychological and chronic medical conditions to actualize their full academic and personal potential. Before you start the semester it is important to find out what your responsibilities are as a student.
Rochelle Kohn, PhD, CRCDirector of Disability Services, Manhattan Campuses215 Lexington Avenue, Room 717ANew York, NY 10016Telephone: 917.326.4828Fax: 917.326.4811Email: email@example.com
When preparing to come to the U.S. to study, you should travel with no more than $500 USD. Also, do not bring all of your possessions. The local airports (JFK International, Newark Liberty International, and LaGuardia Airport) are 10 to 20 miles from the undergraduate campuses. It will be difficult to travel with more than three bags and/or suitcases. You will need to be prepared to take a taxi from the airport to one of the campuses. Taxi fares can be anywhere from $40 to $75 depending upon the airport distance from the campus. Make arrangements to arrive in the U.S. on the first day of Orientation, Wednesday, August 20, between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Jennifer GoldenInternational Students and Scholars AdvisorTelephone: 646.592.4125Fax: 212-340-7773Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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