Yeshiva University Announces Record Enrollment of 7,305 Students

Yeshiva University announced today a record enrollment for the 1966-67 school year of 7, 305 students in its 19 undergraduate, graduate, professional and preparatory schools.

Registrar Morris Silverman said the enrollment was the highest in the 81-year history of the oldest institution of higher learning under Jewish auspices in the United States. The largest unit at the University is Yeshiva College, the undergraduate school for men, with 1, 023 students.

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