Doing Things... The Hillel Way 
Shabbat the Hillel Way

 Each week Hillel hosts Shabbat services and a free Shabbat Dinner on Friday nights.  Services are student-led by our Religious Chair.  Dinner is a fully Kosher meal with lots of food and company and features our famous Hillel Sprinkled Challah!  Each week there are themes that appear in both the menu selection and atmosphere.  Shabbats are a main stable to our Hillel and a favorite of the students.

Jewish Programming

Throughout the year, Hillel also offers many different Jewish content programs during the weekdays. From holiday programming to cultural celebrations to Israel awareness , the Hillel leaders create events to fulfill the educational and spiritual needs of  students.


Bagel Brunches!

Run on a bi-weekly basis, Bagel Brunches are a great way to join the community.  Students come on Sunday mornings to grab a bagel and lox before heading to the library for the day.  It fills their tummys and hearts before a study filled day. 

Experience Israel 

Birthright Israel

Ever heard of Birthright?  Want to learn more about your free 10-day trip to Israel?  Find out more information and see pictures and stories from previous participants 

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Holidays with Hillel 

Jewish Holidays at a Glance 2018-2019 *

Rosh Hashana: September 10-11
Yom Kippur: September 19
Sukkot: September 24-30
Simchat Torah: October 2
Chanukkah: December 3-10
Tu B'Shevat: January 21
Purim: March 21
Passover: April 20-27

* Holidays begin during sundown the night before

Opportunities for our Students 


Looking for jobs, internships, conferences or other opportunities to get involved?  Click through the links to see if anything is of interest.  As always, please contact Dean Taber or Amy with any questions.