Yeshiva University is a private university situated in New York City, New York. It was founded in 1886. Apart from its six campuses in New York, it has one campus in Israel also. It’s basically a research university.
Department of Chemistry and Life Science – in this department, teaching and research are conducted within the exciting and large discipline of chemical engineering, chemistry and life science.
Stern College for Women – Majors offered by this college include Art, Chemistry, Education, Sociology etc. In minors there are American Studies, Chemistry, History, Philosophy, Women’s Studies etc.
Syms School of Business – It’s a coeducational college offering both graduate and undergraduate programs in Accounting, Information & Decision Sciences, Marketing, Finance, Management, Executive MBA Program, Jewish Studies for Women, Jewish Studies for Men etc.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine – This college imparts medical education. It conducts six academic programs including M.D., Ph.D., M.S.T.P. etc.
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law – It offers a variety of programs including Holocaust & Human Right Studies, Law & Humanities, Global & Comparative Constitutional Theory, Real Estate Law etc.
A number of students organizations are there in the university. Some of them are Yeshiva University Baseball, YU Maccabees Athletics, The Commentator, MacsLive, Online Home of Macs Basketball and the Red Sarachek Tournament, SOY Seforim Sale, The Maccabeats, WYUR (Yeshiva University Radio), The Observer, Yeshiva University Soccer etc.
Academic life is full of tensions and depression. Yeshiva University understands it well and provides counseling for students throughout their academic life. These counseling sessions are highly confidential ensuring complete privacy of the students.
The university takes utmost care of health and wellness of the students. During regular business hours, the university offers its medical and healthcare services. These services are conducted in compliance with guidelines of New York State Public Health Law.
The Career Development center of the university is always there to guide students on career related issues and doubts. These services include individual counseling to latest job search methods.