• Visiting YU

  • 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 Stern College for Women's Beren Campus in midtown Manhattan and Yeshiva College'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.

    Your visit might include:

    • Sitting in on the classes or shiurim of your choice
    • Having lunch with current students
    • Taking a campus tour with one of our student tour guides
    • Meeting faculty or administrators in your areas of interest
    • Learning more about the academic and extracurricular opportunities for you at Yeshiva University
    • Having your admissions interview

    Reservations are required for all tours. Reserve your campus visit by completing the appropriate form (see below and right). Campus visits are offered during the academic semesters. For hotel reservations to preferred hotels that offer special YU rates, please see Wilf Campus and Beren Campus.

  • Visiting the Men's Campus (Wilf)?

    Wilf Campus The men's campus is located at 500 West 185th Street. To schedule a campus visit/tour, please fill out the Wilf Campus Visit Form.

    Wilf Campus—Google Map

    Wilf Campus—Legend and Key

    Visiting the Women's Campus (Beren)?

    Beren Campus The women's campus is located at 215 Lexington Avenue. To schedule a campus visit/tour, please fill out the Beren Campus Visit Form.

    Beren Campus—Google Map

    Beren Campus—Legend and Key

  • Book a Visit!

    • Complete the form by selecting one of the buttons below, or contact the Office of Admissions at yuadmit@yu.edu; 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."

    Women's campus

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    Men's campus

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