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Yeshiva University - Stern College for Women

New York, NY

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How Colleges Spend Money

The graph below shows the Administrative Cost Per Student at Yeshiva University - Stern College for Women. This is a measure of expenditures per student for day-today executive operations of the institution, not including student services or academic management.

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FIRE Speech Rating

Yeshiva University - Stern College for Women earns a Blue speech code rating from the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE).

Warning - Does Not Promise Free Speech. FIRE believes that free speech is not only a moral imperative, but also an essential element of a college education. However, private universities are just that—private associations—and as such, they possess their own right to free association, which allows them to prioritize other values above the right to free speech if they wish to do so. Therefore, when a private university clearly and consistently states that it holds a certain set of values above a commitment to freedom of speech, FIRE warns prospective students and faculty members of this fact.

FIRE evaluates colleges and universities' "speech codes," or written free speech policies, for how well they protect students' freedom of speech. ACTA believes an institution's commitment to free expression correlates with its commitment to academic excellence, facilitated through the free exchange of ideas.

Yeshiva University - Stern College for Women says, "The rigorous curricula prepare women for careers, graduate study, and leadership in their communities while embodying the unique concept that the values of Judaism are relevant to the general culture of Western civilization." [Source]

Curriculum last evaluated: 7/6/2021

2021-22 enrollment and tuition data, and four-year graduation rates for first-time, full-time freshmen who enrolled in Fall 2012, are derived from the National Center for Education Statistics’ College Navigator.