Whether you are a prospective student or about to graduate, you may have questions about Jewish life at KSU. If you don’t find the answers here–please contact us, and we’ll be happy to talk with you in-depth.
There are about 400 Jewish undergrads and about 100 Jewish grad students.
Hillel is a registered student organization on campus and is regularly present in the heart of campus with food, swag and information for Jewish students.
Yes! We have students that are willing and able to have perspective students stay with them for a day or weekend. Please contact us if you are interesting in a visit!
Hillel does not have a building on campus, however, we are always on campus for programs and to hang out with students, so it isn’t too hard to find us!
There are no kosher dining options with university dining.
There are no membership fees. Any student can come to as many or as few events as they would like. Most events are free to all in attendance!
While most programs are free for students, Hillel is able to stay open and alive due to the generosity of our donors. Please consider making a donation to our wonderful organization!
Shabbat at Hillel at KSU is a unique and wonderful experience. We have many Shabbat opportunities from students hosting Shabbat in their own homes, going into the local Jewish Community, or joining KSU Hillel for Shabbat. Students get the opportunity to take ownership of their Shabbat experience, which makes it very special.
Hillel observes all major Jewish holidays. From High Holiday services to lighting the hanukiah on Hanukkah and singing the four questions at Passover, KSU Hillel does it all!
Hillel leads a trip to Israel for Birthright Israel in December and May. Our students are able to experience Israel with their fellow KSU peers and then come back to campus and share that experience with others. Contact Moran Shabo for more information.