University of Rochester Hillel serves a campus community of approximately 900 undergraduate Jewish students and a large number of Jewish graduate students, faculty, and staff. Hillel provides a variety of educational, social, religious, and charitable programs and activities throughout the semester.
Hillel also co-sponsors many activities with student organizations across campus, ranging from the other religious groups to the juggling club.
Frequent partnerships include:
Students's Association for Interfaith Cooperation
SAIC provides Jewish students a welcoming environment to participate in social activities and broad discussions with students from diverse faith backgrounds
University of Rochester Israel Council
URIC is a student group which advocates and celebrates Israeli culture and history. Popular programs include Israel Culture Week in the fall, Israeli Peace Week in the spring, and the annual Israeli independence Day celebration.
The Rochester Israel Public Affairs Committee works to strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship through on-campus activism. For more information, contact Daniel Livingston at firstname.lastname@example.org
Started in fall of 2012 by a committed group of Jewish students, ROC Hakol is UR's Jewish a capella group. The group of 15 sings a variety of Hebrew, Israeli, and American music and performs at cultural events around campus and the Rochester community.