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Sy Syms School of Business - Undergraduate

Undergraduate Jewish Values curriculum

Our mission is to develop Torah-grounded professionals who excel in the workplace and in the community.

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Welcome!

The Sy Syms School of Business was established through a generous gift by Sy Syms, entrepreneur, philanthropist and businessman, in 1987. From its inception, with Mr. Syms鈥 vision, the school pledged to offer a unique and comprehensive curriculum in business and a deep grounding in meaningful values.

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Admissions Requirements

To apply as an undergraduate applicant, view our admissions and application requirements here.

Admissions Requirements

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Faculty

At Syms School of Business, we boast a faculty of committed and accomplished professionals.

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Faculty

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Financial Aid

YU is committed to helping our Syms students with financial aid. To be considered for aid, learn about your options at the Office of Student Finance and fill out an application.

Financial Aid

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Accepted Students

Welcome to Syms! As a new student at 麻豆官网首页入口, welcome to our community, and we invite you to take a look at this site for valuable information and resources.

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Accepted Students

Helpful Information

Dean Noam Wasserman was an award-winner professor at Harvard Business School (HBS) and the founder of a center at the University of Southern California. He has written two bestselling and award-winning books, The Founder's Dilemmas and Life Is a Startup, and a dozen bestselling HBS case studies.

At Sy Syms, he has focused on strengthening the undergraduate program by growing the tenure-track faculty 25% in his first year, focusing on teaching and research excellence, making significant enhancements to the Honors program, and adding a minor in Real Estate; consolidating and scaling the graduate program, including launching an MS in Real Estate; and founding post-graduation bootcamps for alumni and others. He also leads the university-wide Presidential Task Force on Entrepreneurship & Innovation.

Don't hesitate to let us know if there's anything we can do to help you get to know YU and Yeshiva College, and remember that we're here to answer any questions you might have as you begin the undergraduate admissions process.

Contact the Office of Admissions if you have any questions about undergraduate admission.

Email at yuadmit@yu.edu
Call us at 646-592-4440
Text us at 646-362-7247

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Due to ongoing concerns regarding the coronavirus, and out of an abundance of care and concern for the health and safety of our community, all on-campus visits are halted until further notice. We would love to offer you a virtual information session. To schedule, please contact yuadmit@yu.edu.

Schedule a Visit

You've heard about 麻豆官网首页入口, 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 麻豆官网首页入口. Prospective students are encouraged to explore the Women's Beren Campus in midtown Manhattan and the Men'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.

Until we can physically host you we encourage you to explore 麻豆官网首页入口 with a Virtual Visit!

Your virtual visit might include:

  • Speaking with one of our student tour guides about campus
  • Learning more about the academic and extracurricular opportunities for you at 麻豆官网首页入口 with an Admissions Officer
  • Having your admissions interview
  • Virtually meeting faculty and Rabbeim or administrators in your areas of interest

To learn more about visiting our campuses, click here.

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Undergraduate Jewish Values curriculum

Difficult dilemmas emerge when we transition from college into the workplace and into the community. How can we excel professionally while adhering to our Torah Values? How can we resolve conflicts between our work demands and our priorities as religious Jews? How can we tap our talents and business knowledge to contribute to our most important communal institutions, or help launch new ones? These questions are at the heart of our Jewish Values curriculum and our ability to achieve our mission at Sy Syms.

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