Yeshivath Zichron Moshe
Laurel Park Road, South Fallsburg, NY 12779
The Yeshiva Gedolah Zichron Moshe, also known as the Yeshiva of South Fallsburg, is a rabbinical school located in South Fallsburg, New York, that offers Jewish males the opportunity to further their religious knowledge and deepen their relationship to their faith so they can go on to become the leaders and scholars of tomorrow.
The yeshiva welcomes students from all over the United States, as well as Israel and Europe. Upon graduation from the yeshiva, students typically continue their education at one of the many Brisker schools in Israel.
The academics available at the yeshiva include bachelor's degree and certificates of completion in Jewish and Talmudic Studies.
The curriculum at the yeshiva covers Jewish thought throughout the ages, from ancient Talmudic literature to the most contemporary Jewish scholarship. Since the yeshiva strives to produce graduates who can contribute to the wide body of Jewish scholarship, it encourages students to explore their personal responses to their faith in today's society.
As a rural institution, your college life will be immersed in Jewish studies and the mentorship of your rabbi instructors. You will have quality time to reflect without the distractions of a metropolitan city.
If you are interested in applying to the yeshiva, you must complete an application and submit it along with your high school transcript or GED and letters of recommendation.
The South Fallsburg yeshiva participates in federal forms of financial aid to help students cover tuition costs. To apply, students must file a FAFSA.
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