Explore Hillel at Florida State University Foundation

FSU is home to nearly 4000 Jewish students. Hillel at FSU provides diverse opportunities for making Jewish choices while being a student at FSU. We offer multiple Israel engagement opportunities including several active student clubs, multiple Birthright trips each year, as well as a variety of other study and work opportunities. One out of every five FSU students participates in Greek life. In an effort to foster meaningful Jewish connections within these social circles, Hillel partners with fraternities and sororities to empower students to be Greek and Jewish.

Undergraduate Enrollment

3,500 Jewish Students (10.7%*)
32,691 Students
*Percent of population

Graduate Enrollment

800 Jewish Students (7.1%*)
11,225 Students
*Percent of population

Jewish Experience

  • Served by Hillel Yes
  • Religious Services Available Yes
  • Hillel Rabbi/Senior Jewish Educator No
  • Kosher Food Available No
  • Birthright Israel Participation Yes
  • Alt Break Participation No
  • Jewish Studies Offered Yes
  • Jewish Studies Major or Minor Certificate, Other
  • Study Abroad in Israel Accepts credit for Israel study abroad
  • Israel Fellow No
  • JLIC Educator No
  • Hillel Mental Health/Wellness Staff No

Campus Climate for Jewish Students

Religious Services

Pluralist, student-led, musical, and energetic services allow students from all backgrounds and interests to find ways to connect, engage, and explore their traditions.

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Additional Campus Information

  • Private/Public Public
  • Acceptance Rate 36%
  • U.S. Region South
  • Commuter/Residential Residential
  • Tuition In-State $4,640
  • Tuition Out-of-State $19,806
  • Out-of-State/Int’l 15% / 2%
  • Greek Life Yes

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A student holds a lulav and etrog in a sukkah.

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Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the Jewish calendar, which is entering the year 5784, and is celebrated as the Jewish New Year. The Jewish year begins in the fall with the month of Tishrei, and Rosh Hashanah occurs on the first and second days of the month of Tishrei. 

Trips & Experiences

Birthright Israel

Florida State University

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