The cost of the program is $16,500 a year. This amount includes tuition, room, and board. There is an additional charge of $300 annually to cover outside yeshiva events and travel (such as our annual trips to the North, to Masada, and to Ein Gedi, as well as numerous other group activities).
Outside of the program, other expenses may include round-trip air-fare, medical insurance (a popular plan starts at about $1 a day), primary books ($50-$100), laundry, and spending money. Students wishing to utilize internet access or the American phone lines are charged nominal annual fees.
Students wishing to apply for financial aid should please email Rabbi Jacobs.
Financial aid is provided through philanthropists and donors, many of whom are alumni of the yeshiva itself. Any student receiving financial aid is expected to make a strong moral commitment that he will repay the tuition assistance post-yeshiva in order to provide similar opportunities for students with financial needs in the future.