Explore The Tanger Hillel at Brooklyn CollegeA SNAPSHOT OF TANGER HILLEL AT BROOKLYN COLLEGE The Tanger Hillel House at Brooklyn College is the only dedicated Hillel building across the City University of NY system. It is distinguished as one of the largest Hillel facilities in New York and is among the premier Hillels across North America. At Tanger Hillel we offer a "home away from home" where all students are welcome. We are proud of our diversity. Each year, in addition to American-born students, we welcome Russian speaking, Israeli, Syrian, Kavkazi, and Bukharin students and our students come from every stream of Jewish observance. Tanger Hillel welcomes the commuter population at Brooklyn College, as well as students from other colleges to take advantage of accessibility through our extended hours, intersession, night and summer programming; and on-site staff. At Tanger Hillel, students are busy throughout our building as they engage in and use our facility has many resources -Meeting rooms where many Jewish clubs convene regularly -Kosher Cafeteria -Auditorium with formal stage and full lighting capability -Recreation room with big screen TV, ping pong, and computers -Conference room, study lounge, and an outdoor barbecue area -Chapel/synagogue -Beit Midrash
*Percent of population
*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
- Study Abroad in Israel University approved programs
- Israel Fellow Yes
Brooklyn College is a commuter school and in result there are no meal plans, kosher or non-kosher, provided. However, the cafeteria on campus offers kosher dairy foods and the Hillel nearby offers kosher meat foods. On holidays the Hillel does provide meals.
Options: Kosher food available nearby
Monday-Thursday the Hillel run Mincha services at 1:45pm.
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- Private/Public Public
- Acceptance Rate 45%
- U.S. Region Northeast
- Commuter/Residential Commuter
- Tuition In-State $6,930
- Tuition Out-of-State $18,600
- Out-of-State/Int’l 2% / 3%
- Greek Life Yes
Hillel is turning 100! In honor of this milestone and to mark the launch of the Hillel Alumni Network, we asked alumni from throughout Hillel’s rich history to share their memories with us. We’ve compiled their memories into a Hillel Scrapbook and are excited to share these excerpts with you:
Check out some of the scholarships available for CUNY, Brooklyn College Jewish undergraduate students.
Donald E. Peiser Scholarship
Awarded to outstanding graduate students in the Judaic Studies Master's Program.
Gilbert N. Kruger Israel Travel Fund
A cash award to help defray costs of undergraduate students travelling to Israel for study.
Ayshes Chayil Award
Awarded to a graduating senior with excellent scholarship, a strong humanistic commitment, and plans to attend graduate school.
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