Yeshiva University Top Questions

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?


The worst thing about the school would be that there is a lot of work and alot of activities that are offered and it is sometimes tricky to balance the two as well the competitiveness in the classes is very high.


Registrar, they are so difficult to deal with, every single deans office is in a different buidling and you need their signiture for the registrar to do anything for you. So first you go to registrar, they send you to a dean, you wait, and they dont have specific hours so you may never get them and by the time you do you miss the deadline the registrar gave to you. No one there is organized and it really makes registering for classes an unpleasent experience.


The worst thing about my school is that I feel like there is not enough greenery or nature surrounding the area and sometimes it is difficult to be surrounded only by buildings of New York City.


The cost of tuition - we pay Ivy League prices, but don't receive an Ivy League education.


I have a totally different background than most of the students there. I went to a lower income public school in the bronx. I grew up barely being raised with one parent, and I my family is not religious at all. Everyone that I've met in there is completely the opposite. I have a hard time buying notebooks, they can get materials easily.