The Kehilath Yakov Rabbinical Seminary in Ossining, New York, is an institution geared towards producing students who share an equal passion for the history and ethics of Judaism as well as scholarship, and learning itself.
The academics available at the yeshiva include a bachelor’s degree in Jewish and Talmudic Literature and Culture
Studies. The program features close reading and analysis of many Jewish texts, including the Talmud, Halacha and Chassidus.
Your college life at the yeshiva is intended to instill traditional Jewish values and moral codes into your everyday life so that you can be prepared for a life of leadership and stewardship, whether you intend to become a rabbi or use your yeshiva education to mold yourself into a Jewish scholar.
Instruction is delivered by rabbis who get to know you personally so that they can provide you with an individualized educational experience.
The yeshiva maintains an open admissions policy so that it can welcome students from a variety of educational backgrounds. For more information on program start dates and application deadlines, please contact the school.
Kehilath Yakov offers financial aid to students who file a FAFSA and demonstrate need. Types of tuition assistance include federal grants and loans as well as institutional scholarships.
|School Type:||Private, Not-For-Profit|
|Program Length:||More Than 4 Years|
|Undergraduate Degree Offered:||Yes|
|Graduate Degree Offered:||Yes|
|First Professional Degree Offered:||Yes|