Jewish campus life at SDSU is strong and growing. The beautiful new Melvin Garb Hillel Center opened in April, 2014 and this state-of-the-art, LEED Gold Certified facility has become a real involvement hub and provides great space for an active community. Students have opportunities to connect almost daily, in the building and on campus. Whether it`s a BBQ, camping trip, bagels on campus, Alternative Spring Break, Birthright Israel, Wednesday night happenings, Challah for Hunger, freshman dinners, community service projects, Israel education & advocacy, Jewish learning, bi-weekly Shabbat services & dinners and holiday celebrations, etc, etc., students can find, and create, their place. The Garb Center is a welcoming destination for students to stop by to grab a cup of coffee, find a comfortable study space, meet up with friends or hang out between classes.