Explore Dartmouth HillelDartmouth Hillel is a flourishing center for Jewish life on campus. Our student leaders bring their passions, interests, and talents to bear as we create meaningful and engaging experiences for the entire student community. Dartmouth Hillel just hired Rabbi Meir Goldstein as our new Executive Director. Together our student and professional leadership creates a powerful partnership for the benefit of Dartmouth students. Dartmouth Hillel is blessed to be housed at the Roth Center for Jewish Life, which is the center for Jewish life in the Upper Valley (NH and VT). In addition to Dartmouth Hillel, the Roth Center also houses the Upper Valley Jewish Community. This affords our students the rare college experience of combining personal exploration with the opportunity to stay in touch with a Jewish community that spans the generations. In fact, many Hillel leaders take advantage of teaching opportunities in its religious school, serving as bnai mitzvah mentors, and leading its youth group.
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- 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
- Study Abroad in Israel Accepts credit for Israel study abroad
- Israel Fellow No
Three kosher options are available for Dartmouth students. First, our Hillel kitchen has a meat and a dairy side where hekhshsered kosher meals are prepared for holidays and Shabbat dinners. Second, there is a kosher meat dining room option in the dining hall. Finally, Vermont Kosher provides meals for purchase at multiple points on campus. Additionally, Dartmouth Hillel maintains a hekhshered kosher kitchen at the Roth Center for Jewish Life and serves homemade kosher meals every Shabbat and on holidays. Finally, a third option is Vermont Kosher which offers hekhshered meals for purchase at various locations on and near campus.
Options: University meal plan-no extra cost;Kosher food available nearby
On Friday night, we have student-led Kabbalat Shabbat services. The style and form change based on student leaders and desires. It is always egalitarian and there is a full Maariv (evening service). There is also a home cooked Hillel dinner every week after Kabbalat Shabbat Services. The local synagogue uses the Roth Center for Jewish Life for Shabbat morning services which are at 10 am every Saturday morning. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend.
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- Private/Public Private
- Acceptance Rate 8%
- U.S. Region Northeast
- Commuter/Residential Residential
- Tuition In-State $60,687
- Tuition Out-of-State $60,687
- Out-of-State/Int’l 98% / 12%
- Greek Life Yes
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