Explore University of Oklahoma HillelThe University of Oklahoma has a very active growing Jewish community, with many opportunities for students to get involved socially, culturally, educationally, and religiously. All students are welcomed and encouraged to participate, as they celebrate their own Jewish traditions and learn about those of other communities. By providing programming based on students' interests, we aim to help each student find their connection to Judaism while encouraging them to discover and grow their identities at the University of Oklahoma.
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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 No
- 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
Hillel at The University of Oklahoma offers opportunities to create Shabbat experiences every week! From student-led services and Shabbat Dinner to Shabbat around Campus, enjoy Shabbat with your Hillel community! Our Hillel also offers services and meals on all major Jewish holidays.
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Additional Campus Information
- Private/Public Public
- Acceptance Rate 80%
- U.S. Region Plains
- Commuter/Residential Residential
- Tuition In-State $11,688
- Tuition Out-of-State $27,069
- Out-of-State/Int’l 34% / 3%
- Greek Life Yes
Trips & Experiences
Check out some of the scholarships available for University of Oklahoma Jewish undergraduate students.
Scholarships are open to full-time University of Oklahoma undergraduate and graduate students for those wishing to study in Israel during the summer.. Priority is given to graduate students concentrating in Jewish History and undergraduate students who have declared a major or a minor in Judaic Studies or a minor in Hebrew.
The Presidential International Travel Fellowship or "PITF" is a scholarship created by former OU President David L. Boren to support international travel for study abroad. Student awards will be given on a competitive basis to qualified students whose financial needs are not being met by other channels.
The Schusterman Center annually offers two Shnier Scholarships of $3,000. The scholarships are open to any individual who, has completed at least 30 credit hours and is a full-time, regularly enrolled student of the University of Oklahoma. Applicants must major or minor in Judaic Studies and/or a minor in Hebrew.
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].