Yeshiva University has a residence hall (dormitory) on 34th Street. This dorm is for female students who share rooms and suites on the 20 floors of the building. Most of the students are freshman and sophomores.
The University has dozens of residence halls for its students who combine their studies of science, medicine, law, business, liberal arts, and languages, with religious studies. Yeshiva College was founded originally as a religious seminary in 1896 and has become the most important institution in the United States for training Jewish secular and religious leaders for nearly 90 years.
The University now has 5 campuses in the NYC area.