MISSION & VISION
Our Mission: Enriching the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world.
Our Vision: We envision a world where every student is inspired to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning and Israel.
HOW DO I BECOME A MEMBER OF HILLEL?
Hillel is proud to provide Jewish programming and a variety of resources to Syracuse University and ESF students. No membership is required.
Hillel is able to provide quality programming without membership obligations, fees, or dues thanks to the generous donations of parents, alumni, friends, and other supporters. Consider making a donation to support Jewish campus life in Syracuse.
HOW MANY JEWISH STUDENTS ARE AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY?
There are approximately 2,500 Jewish undergraduate students and 500 Jewish graduate students on the Syracuse University campus. On average, Jewish students represent 17% of the total student population.
WHAT KOSHER DINING OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE?
Shaw Dining Hall has a kosher kitchen which offers kosher food at every meal during the academic year. The kitchen is operated by the Syracuse University Food Services staff. Kosher Shabbat meals are offered at the Winnick Hillel Center every Friday evening following services during the academic year. Hillel also offers kosher meals on special holidays and kosher for Passover lunches and dinners on all eight days of Passover.
Contact Shaw Dining Hall for more information at 315.443.2383.
WHAT TYPES OF PROGRAMMING DOES HILLEL OFFER?
Syracuse Hillel offers a wide variety of programming. Hillel proudly provides free Birthright trips, hosts speakers, celebrates Shabbat and other holidays, and much more! Check out our events calendar for a list of programs that are coming up.