Explore NYU Hillel, Bronfman CenterNYU Hillel strives to be a home for Jewish students and a Jewish center for all of NYU, with a presence in New York and at NYU's 15 global sites. Known as a place for innovation and encounter, NYU Hillel offers students transformative experiences through learning (like the Jewish Learning Fellowship and Kollel), leadership (like the Engagement Internship and volunteering), immersive travel (Birthright and Global Ambassadors), and shabbat and holiday celebrations. We can't wait to welcome you home!
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As NYU strives to be in and of New York City as well as in and of the world, approximately 25% of NYU's undergraduates hail from places outside of the United States. The Jewish community at NYU is diverse and vast. NYU Hillel offers a multi-denominational home away from home, with Shabbat and holiday celebrations at the center. Every Friday night, we offer vibrant student-led services including Reform, Traditional Egalitarian, and Orthodox, as well as warm Shabbat dinners full of ruach (spirit). We also offer celebratory services and meals for every Jewish holiday. In addition to religious services, we offer a wide array of student and staff-led events and programming, everything from crocheting to cooking to community service. We are here to meet students where they’re at, whether they’re looking for weekly services that feel like home or to enter a Jewish space for the first time. NYU also boasts the world-renowned Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, which houses majors and minors in Jewish Studies and Hebrew, graduate programs (including the MA-MPA dual degree in Jewish Studies and Nonprofit Management, in partnership with NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service), and the Taub Center for Israel Studies. Additionally, NYU has a study-away campus in Tel Aviv.
- Served by Hillel Yes
- Religious Services Available Unknown
- Rabbi/Jewish Educator on Campus Yes
- Kosher Food Available Unknown
- Birthright Israel Participation Yes
- Alt Break Participation No
- Jewish Studies Offered No
- Jewish Studies Major or Minor None
- Study Abroad in Israel Accepts credit for Israel study abroad
- Israel Fellow No
Wellness, Inclusion, and Activism
NYU Hillel is committed to our values of inclusion and accessibility both in physical and spiritual space. The building where we offer regular daily prayer and weekly Shabbat services are physically accessible for wheelchair-users, and religiously accessible for people of all backgrounds. We offer a range of programming that specifically honors the intersections of diverse Jewish identity, including an LGBTQ+ Jewish club, Jews of Color engagement, and a variety of events throughout the year on topics ranging from chronic illness to mental health to environmental justice. We offer various cohort learning opportunities around topics like wellness and chronic illness. In addition, we engage in service with a variety of local organizations serving people experiencing housing and food insecurity, formerly incarcerated people, and isolated older adults. We also host a variety of social-justice based internship and fellowship opportunities for students to get more involved in the community.
Additional Campus Information
- Private/Public Private
- Acceptance Rate 46%
- U.S. Region Northeast
- Commuter/Residential Residential
- Tuition In-State $50,954
- Tuition Out-of-State $50,954
- Out-of-State/Int’l 78% / 44%
- Greek Life No
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