Explore CU Boulder HillelCU Boulder Hillel is your center for Jewish Life on campus. We are a pluralistic organization that creates spiritual, cultural, and social experiences. Every Friday, Hillel is bursting at the seams for Shabbat dinner where students enjoy good company and homemade meals that are always sourced from local, higher welfare products. Throughout the week, you can find us on campus with an abundance of bagels and coffee just for students. If you like to travel, we do that too through our Birthright Israel trips, Alternative Spring Break trips, and even attending conferences around the U.S. CU Boulder Hillel also offers uniquely tailored internships and leadership opportunities for students who want to make an impact on campus while broadening their resume and portfolio. Make sure to drop by in between classes to grab a snack and say hi!
*Percent of population
*Percent of population
- Served by Hillel Yes
- Religious Services Available No
- Rabbi/Jewish Educator on Campus No
- Kosher Food Available Yes
- Birthright Israel Participation Yes
- Alt Break Participation No
- Jewish Studies Offered Yes
- Jewish Studies Major or Minor Minor, Major, Certificate
- Study Abroad in Israel University sponsored program
- Israel Fellow No
Additional Campus Information
- Private/Public Public
- Acceptance Rate 78%
- U.S. Region Western
- Commuter/Residential Residential
- Tuition In-State $11,976
- Tuition Out-of-State $40,320
- Out-of-State/Int’l 48% / 4%
- Greek Life Yes
Check out some of the scholarships available for University of Colorado at Boulder Jewish undergraduate students.
Awarded annually to a promising undergraduate majoring or minoring in Jewish Studies who demonstrates academic success, a passion for public service, and scholarship that benefits the public good or other demonstrated evidence of a civically engaged student.
In partnership with ACE: Arts, Culture and Education at the Boulder JCC, the ACE Jewish Arts Grant supports undergraduate and graduate students as they produce creative works.
Fellows will work with librarians and archivists on projects such as researching, designing, and curating exhibits, digital humanities initiatives, and other programs based on archival materials, as well as conduct their own original research.
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].