• Undergraduate Torah Studies

  • Student Life

    Both new and current students will find much services and support in their educational career at YU, as well as many opportunities to enrich their lives outside of the classroom.

  • Kosher Dining

    Yeshiva University's Department of Dining Services offers daily meals at our four undergraduate and graduate campus locations. We conduct a kosher operation, under the strict rabbinical supervision of the Kashruth Division of the Union of Orthodox Congregation of America.

    Learn more about our menus, locations and other dining services.

    Madrichim

    Yeshiva University, in conjunction with the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, is proud to introduce its Madrichim Program. Each year, a select group of current students is chosen to visit the yeshiva they attended in Israel in order to facilitate the transition of incoming students to YU. Each madrich is an alumnus of an Israeli yeshiva attended by Yeshiva University students and has been trained in promoting the growth of their peers as they move from full-time Torah study to dual curriculum at YU and the many volunteer and employment opportunities offered to college students.

    Under the leadership of Rabbi Gary Beitler, a Maggid Shiur in YU High School for Boys/Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy and a seasoned educator in both formal and informal settings, a wide array of programs are available to ensure a smooth transition for incoming students into Yeshiva University life. New students can look forward to:

    • Monthly chaburot by the alumni madrichim
    • YU shabbatonim for specifically geared to different yeshiva constituencies along with In-Shabbatonim designed to enhance camaraderie among all YU talmidim
    • Luncheons with Roshei Yeshiva from various Israeli yeshivot
    • Halacha and Hashkafah lectures presented by Roshei Yeshiva, mashgichim and lay professionals

    Most important, the madrichim maintain constant contact with the new talmidim, the yeshiva's mashgichim and the Israeli yeshivot to ensure a smooth and successful transition. The programs listed above are all in addition to daily careful attention of rebbeim, mashgichim and the endeavors of the madrichim to check-in with students, find them chavrutot and offer advice.

    The Madrichim Program has already succeeded in providing a warm and insightful gateway for hundreds of young talmidim, who, imbued with the insights of their year in Israel, continue their ascent in Torah and wisdom at Yeshiva University.

    Madrichim 2013-2014

                         

    YESHIVA

     

    Name

     

    Contact Info

     Shaalvim  

    Nachum Cooper

    Cooper.normans@gmail.com

    201.527.5380 cell

     Keren B’Yavneh

    Charlie Wollman

    Charlie.wollman@gmail.com

    201.803.8196 cell

     Hakotel  

    Daniel Sherman 

    Goeagles581@gmail.com

    610.529.3182 cell

     Har Etzion (Gush)

    Tuvy Miller 

    Tuvymiller@gmail.com

    443.204.3411 cell

     Ohr Yerushalayim 

    Avi Feder 

    avrahamfeder@gmail.com

    516.708.5351 cell

     Mevaseret  

    Josh Schultz 

    joshrschulz@aol.com

    551.497.8334 cell

     Netiv Aryeh  

    Gilad Rosenberg 

    g.y.rosenberg@gmail.com

    516.941.7270 cell

     Toras Sharge  

    Zack Katz 

    Brownsfan1018@yahoo.com

    216.299.2071 cell

     Reishit Yerushalayim  

    Ari Ackerman 

    Aack88@yahoo.com

    908.227.0915 cell

     Lev Hatorah  

    Noah Cohen

    noahcohen1234@yahoo.com

    561.789.5399 cell

     Yisodei  

    Aryeh Sklar 

    sklaryeh@gmail.com

    516-984-4485 cell

     Derech Institue   

    Orel Weizman 

    orrel.weizman@gmail.com

    781.308.4072 cell

    Masghichim

    Our mashgichim wear many hats based on their primary goal of developing meaningful relationships with students. They serve an important role in helping you adjust to a dual curriculum while maximizing your learning and spiritual growth at the same time.

    Yeshiva University mashgichim.

    Shabbat on Campus

    Shabbat is an integral part of YU student life and takes place on both the Wilf and Beren campuses. Featuring dynamic guest speakers and activities, great food and the opportunity to mingle with your fellow students and friends, Shabbat on campus is the place to be at week's end!

    Become a part of Shabbat at YU.

    Student Organization of Yeshiva/Jewish Studies Council

    The Student Organization of Yeshiva and Jewish Studies Council, also known as SOY-JSC, comprises a diverse student body from YU's Undergraduate Torah Studies Program and RIETS. The mission of SOY-JSC is to create a comfortable Jewish environment, filled with Torah learning and religious life on campus, and fulfilling the needs of YU students on the Wilf Campus.

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