Experiential Learning: Contemporary texts, videos, and meaningful conversations are the tools students use to engage in experiential Jewish learning on campus. The Senior Jewish Educator Initiative, funded with the generous support of the Jim Joseph Foundation, hires talented educators to build relationships with students who are less connected to Jewish life on campus, helping students explore life’s big questions through the lens of Jewish tradition.

Traditional Learning: Seif Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus, operating in coordination with Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Student Life and the Orthodox Union, features study of Jewish texts, Sabbath and holiday observance, daily synagogue services, mentoring and good companionship and is dedicated to the enhancement of Orthodox communities (kehilot) on campus by promoting positive growth and identity among Jewish students, therefore serving as one of the incubators of the future of Orthodoxy. The program is open to all Jewish students, regardless of level of observance.