IU Hillel is happy to provide services, meals, and programs for all Jewish holidays throughout the academic year.
First night seder - Friday night April 19 at 6:30pm - 3 convenient locations:
Hillel SDT McNutt
$15 per person or free for All Access pass members
Second night seder, Saturday night, April 20 at 6:30pm at Hillel
$15 per person or free for All Access Pass members
Kosher for Passover lunches and dinners, April 20-April 27
Lunches, 11:30am - 1:30pm - $10 per person
Dinners, 5:30pm - 7:30pm - $12 per person
All lunches and dinners —$130, $100 for All Access Pass members
Kosher for Passover Shabbat Dinner is FREE and open to everyone on Friday night, April 26 at 6:30pm.
Full Meal Plan
Includes both seders all lunches and dinners throughout Passover
$160 per person or $100 for All Access Pass members
IU’s Religious Observance Policy
Students are permitted to miss classes for religious observances. The IU Faculty Council has enacted a religious observance policy stating that professors are required to make, “a reasonable accommodation when a student must miss an exam or other academic exercise because of a required religious observance. With timely notice, students must be allowed to make up the work that was missed. Absence for a religious observance does not count toward the number of absences an instructor might allow in a class.”
Students are required to fill out a religious observance form within the first two weeks of the semester.
High Holy Days & Passover
Along with reform & conservative service options for the High Holy Days, Hillel offers dinners for Erev Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, both at Hillel and in the northwest neighborhood dorms, as well as a break-the-fast at the conclusion of Yom Kippur.
During Passover, Hillel provides multiple Seders (conservative, reform, a fraternity/sorority Seder, and a freshman Seder) and offers a kosher-for-Passover meal plan of lunches and dinners the entire week.