Explore Emory HillelHillel is one of the largest and most versatile student organizations at Emory University. An outlet for any student seeking Jewish community and personal growth, Hillel is a vital part of Emory`s social, cultural, educational, and religious life. Emory`s Jewish students have a wealth of opportunities to explore their Jewish journeys with Hillel while receiving support to create and envision their own pathways. Hillel inspires students to own their Jewish experience and to find a meaningful connection to their Jewish identity.
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- Served by Hillel Yes
- Religious Services Available Yes
- Rabbi/Jewish Educator on Campus No
- Kosher Food Available Yes
- Birthright Israel Participation Yes
- Alt Break Participation Yes
- Jewish Studies Offered Yes
- Jewish Studies Major or Minor Minor, Major
- Study Abroad in Israel University sponsored program, University approved programs, Accepts credit for Israel study abroad
- Israel Fellow No
Emory offers a kosher meal plan for a minimal additional fee, served in the main dining hall. Hillel's cafe offers lunch and dinner Monday-Thursday, purchased a la carte or with Emory's "Dooley Dollars." The nearby Toco Hills neighborhood offers full service kosher groceries, restaurants, and specialty shops accessible by free university shuttle.
Options: University meal plan-extra cost;Hillel meal plan-extra cost;Kosher food available nearby
Emory Hillel currently hosts two student-led Kabbalat Shabbat services (Reform and egalitarian Conservative) every Friday evening. Our offerings evolve in relationship with the leadership and preferences of our student population.
Frequency: Contact this hillel
Additional Campus Information
- Private/Public Private
- Acceptance Rate 16%
- U.S. Region South
- Commuter/Residential Residential
- Tuition In-State $59,920
- Tuition Out-of-State $59,920
- Out-of-State/Int’l 87% / 17%
- Greek Life Yes
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Essays may treat any aspect of the Holocaust and its contemporary implication: ethical, moral, theological, historical, literary, philosophical, sociological and psychological themes.
The Sam Bredow Memorial Fund assists students in the Emory College of Arts and Sciences who are in need of financial aid and who have demonstrated significant leadership within the recognized Jewish organizations on the Emory campus and/or within the greater Emory community and have a strong record of academic achievement.
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].