Explore Columbia/Barnard HillelColumbia/Barnard Hillel works with the vibrant and diverse Jewish communities at Columbia University, Barnard College, and List College. We offer multiple opportunities for involvement and leadership, including trips to Israel, student internships, Jewish education programs, Holiday offerings, and more.
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*Percent of population
- Served by Hillel Yes
- Religious Services Available Yes
- Rabbi/Jewish Educator on Campus Yes
- Kosher Food Available Yes
- Birthright Israel Participation Yes
- Alt Break Participation No
- Jewish Studies Offered Yes
- Jewish Studies Major or Minor Minor, Major, Other
- Study Abroad in Israel Accepts credit for Israel study abroad
- Israel Fellow Yes
Barnard College offers a full kosher meal plan, which is open to students at all of the undergraduate colleges at Columbia University.
Options: University meal plan-no extra cost;Kosher food available nearby
Hillel hosts numerous religious services throughout the week, both daily and Shabbat.
Frequency: Contact this hillel
Additional Campus Information
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- Private/Public Private
- Acceptance Rate 5%
- U.S. Region Northeast
- Commuter/Residential Residential
- Tuition In-State $62,570
- Tuition Out-of-State $62,570
- Out-of-State/Int’l 81% / 16%
- Greek Life Yes
Check out some of the scholarships available for Columbia University Jewish undergraduate students.
Columbia University Undergraduate Israel Fellowship
Columbia awards fellowships in support of business-related internships; academic and/or research-based projects; immersive language programs; and/or university-offered courses over the course of a summer in Israel.
The Bloom Fellowship was established in 1998 with the generous gift of Bernard and Muriel Bloom to provide financial assistance to a graduate student in Jewish history. The recipient is chosen from the applicants to the Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies fellowship program.
This fellowship provides financial aid to a deserving graduate student pursuing a degree in the study of Jewish history, Hebrew language and literature, Yiddish studies, or Judaism. The recipient is chosen from the applicants to the Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies fellowship program.
The Hillel College Guide aims to provide you with a snapshot of each local Hillel’s makeup and offerings. We recognize that there may be more information you need in order to better understand the campus reality, particularly around issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility. If you would like additional information about a given campus’ offerings or action steps in those areas, please reach out to us at [email protected].