Explore Hillel at the University of Wisconsin
*Percent of population
*Percent of population
- Served by Hillel Yes
- Religious Services Available Yes
- Rabbi/Jewish Educator on Campus Yes
- 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, University approved programs, Accepts credit for Israel study abroad
- Israel Fellow Yes
Hillel runs Adamah Neighborhood Table, a full service cafe inside the UW Hillel. Adamah serves students and the public daily and offer catering for special events, conferences, and celebrations. Additionally, Adamah sells pre-packaged kosher meals at multiple university housing locations.
Options: Hillel meal plan-extra cost
We offer Friday night services (reform and conservative) and dinner every week of the academic year and a monthly Shabbat morning service which is student led.
Frequency: Friday and Saturday
Additional Campus Information
- Private/Public Public
- Acceptance Rate 54%
- U.S. Region Midwest
- Commuter/Residential Residential
- Tuition In-State $9,273
- Tuition Out-of-State $37,161
- Out-of-State/Int’l 50% / 10%
- Greek Life Yes
Check out some of the scholarships available for University of Wisconsin, Madison Jewish undergraduate students.
The Robert and Lynn Berman Scholarship awards $1000 to an undergraduate or graduate student to support research-related travel, including travel to resources (e.g., archives, oral history interviews, etc.), other venues essential for carrying out work on an undergraduate or graduate thesis, or travel to professional conferences.
The Robert and Beverly Natelson Family Award is a $3000 scholarship given to the best undergraduate or graduate student in the area of Jewish Studies. Criteria for selection will be a combination of merit and need.
The Andy Bachman Support Fund for Jews and Social Justice is awarded to a student (with preference given to an undergraduate) pursuing any academic project, work, or research with a connection to the study of Jewish identity and its relationship to social justice issues.
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