In January 1987, after years of occupying rented quarters, Neve Yerushalayim moved to its magnificent new campus in Har Nof, Jerusalem's largest modern religious suburb. The beautifully landscaped campus is situated on an elevated six-acre plot of land offering a tranquil atmosphere and breathtaking views of the Jerusalem hills.
Twelve buildings currently occupy the campus. Students are housed in eight fully-furnished residences and take their meals in the dining hall that is equipped with a modern kitchen. Three academic buildings provide classrooms, computer and science laboratories, libraries, and administrative offices. One of the academic buildings serves as a science and arts complex and includes an advanced audio-visual center. The campus also houses the Family Institute and its Counseling Center as well as the Center for Foreign Studies where a master's degree in Sociology is offered through the University of North Texas.
Other facilities on the campus are an amphitheater that provides a spectacular setting for outdoor lectures and performances, an auditorium, and a synagogue that serves both the students and community residents. Future building plans call for an additional student residence and a sports and health complex for both the students and the community.
Some affiliates of Neve Yerushalayim are located off the main campus. Maalot branches are located in various cities in Israel and overseas.