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Yeshiva University

New York, NY

500 W 185th St, New York, NY 10033

http://www.yu.edu

Yeshiva University is a private university located in New York, NY. It is a well-regarded but not terribly competitive university, ranking one hundred and nineteenth in the USA but admitting 60% of all applicants. It has a small sized student body with full-time enrollment of 2,778 students. Yeshiva provides 27 unique majors across five academic disciplines. The most frequently desired majors are Religious Studies, Biology, and Accounting, which in total represent 63% of the student body. If you are hoping to major in religious studies, Yeshiva is an amazing school for you, because its religious studies program ranks 10th best in America. Furthermore, Yeshiva ranked 2nd in NY on our most conservative colleges list. Tuition is $41,325 for students who pay full freight. Before you decide against applying due to the cost, you should know that nine tenths Yeshiva undergraduates receive financial aid. 82% of Yeshiva University undergraduates make it to commencement day, hopeful and prepared to enter the labor market. The median graduate makes an income of $41,300 two years after college. After another four years in the labor force, their average earnings grows 41.6% to $58,500, which is 45.9% above the national median earnings for individuals. You might also want to be informed that the application deadline is February 1. Furthermore, the student-professor ratio is 7:1. With regard for expenses, be aware that the average aid awarded per year is $26,153 and for households making between $49k and $75k, the average tuition cost less scholarships and aid is $27,073 per year. Relating to demographics, 59% of undergrads are from out-of-state and the faculty is comprised of 63% male professors. Relating to the student experience, Yeshiva has 8 men's varsity sports, such as golf, tennis, and soccer. To conclude, one out of four graduates take home a starting salary of at least $63,600 and the lowest-earning quartile of graduates rake in $34,800 or less six years after receiving their degrees.

Ratings

8.49

Party Scene

8.97

Location

9.79

Dorms

9.21

Campus Food

9.21

Student Life

9.53

Safety

Admissions

60%

Acceptance

SAT Score

1140-1400

ACT Score

22-30

Application Deadline:
February 1
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http://yu.edu/admissions/apply/application-process/
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Cost

Net Price:

$32,995/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$27,530/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

89%

Academics

Professor Rating

9.46


7:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

83%

Evening Degree Programs

No

Student Faculty Ratio

7:1

Majors

Most Popular Majors

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Graduates by Major


Religious Studies

487

Biology

104

Accounting

76

Psychology

70

Finance

47

Marketing

42

Business

40

Liberal Arts and Humanities

24

Value

In State Tuition
$43,500/year
Out of State Tuition
$43,500/year