CLASS OF 2018
IU Hillel is here for you! Hillel is:
Your “Jewish Home Away From Home”
Make friends & find a welcoming community
FREE Mordoh Matzah Ball Soup Hotline
Over 20 Special Interest Clubs to Join
P180 Classes: IU credit for getting involved at Hillel
You’ve Got a Friend in Me: Mentoring program
Watch your favorite NFL Team EVERY Sunday
FREE Shabbat Dinners and Services every week
High Holy Day Services and Meals
And so much more!!!!
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WELCOME SHABBAT & OPENING BBQ
COMING THIS FALL:
WELCOME SHABBAT on Friday, August 22
Reform, Conservative and Orthodox Services at 6:30 PM
FREE Shabbat Dinner at 7:30 PM
Join us for Services and/OR Dinner
WELCOME BACK BBQ
Sunday, August 24 5-7 PM
FREE Food, Fun and Friends!!!!!
Learn about all that Hillel has to offer
All Jewish students are members of Hillel
To further support Hillel, get FREE high holy day meals and receive discounts at Passover seders and meals, Kosher Cafe and many Hillel programs, CLICK HERE to purchase your Discover Hillel Card today
Kosher Cafe: Delicious home cooked buffet style meals, available at Hillel on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. CLICK HERE for more information or to purchase your Kosher Cafe Card.
Get IU credit for getting involved at Hillel. Take a P180 Class when you register for your Fall 2014 Classes
CLICK HERE to learn about all the courses that are available
Hillel – Indiana University
80 students traveled to Hillel with IU Hillel staff.
Fantastic, life-changing experiences were had by ALL!
CLICK HERE to learn more about Taglit – Birthright Israel
CLICK HERE to sign up for more info about going on Taglit – Birthright Israel with Hillel – Indiana university
Are you studying abroad and want to connect with a Jewish community?
The Delegation of Jewish American Students (DoJAS) works with young Jewish leaders across the globe to connect students from the United States to their international peers. By offering social connections, grant funding, and enrichment opportunities to students studying and traveling abroad, DoJAS hopes to create lasting connections that will make a solid impact on the global discussion of Jewish identity. For more information on how DoJAS can help you make the connection, please visit our website at www.DoJAS.org or email Heather at heather@DoJAS.org