We offer a range of events for students to choose from to enrich their Jewish life and college experience.
College is the perfect time to learn what it takes to lead others. Hillel provides diverse opportunities for students to develop as community leaders and learn new skills along the way.
From festive Shabbat dinners, to inspired holiday traditions, formal learning and more, Hillel is going above and beyond to provide diverse opportunities for Jewish life and learning.
MATZAH BALL SOUP DELIVERY
Is your child sick? Contact Mara and we'll work coordinate with the student to get them a scrumptious bowl of soup as soon as we can and confirm delivery with you. We’ll deliver soup to any Jewish student on campus.
This program is generously sponsored by Men of Reform Judaism.
BE WELL WITH HILLEL
Through a partnership with Jewish Family & Career Services Atlanta, Hillels of Georgia is proud to provide confidential counseling services at no cost to all Georgia college students.
CAFFEINE FIX & OUTDOOR OFFICE HOURS
Join us on Monday and Tuesday by the Jittery Joes in the MLC and Wednesday on the North Campus lawn for Coffee & Bagels and to take a break from your studies with the Hillel Staff.
JEWISH GREEK LIFE
We are proud of our partnerships with AEPi and TEP fraternities and SDT sorority. Sign-up for our newsletter to learn about upcoming events.
For more information, click below to contact Jeremy
We can’t wait until we can enjoy football and tailgates safely again! Stay tuned for more information about tailgates with Hillel
GRADUATE STUDENTS AND YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
Hillel is open to ALL students, including our campus graduate students. With graduate specific programming and student groups, Hillel has something for students at every stage of their educational journey.
STUDENT BOARD & COMMITTIEES
The backbone of Hillel's student-led and student-driven model, students serve in a wide array of leadership positions to envision robust Jewish life on campus while receiving dedicated mentorship from Hillel's professional staff.
CAMPUS ENGAGEMENT INTERNS
Help grow the Hillel campus community by learning what motivates your peers in order to better connect them to Jewish life on campus. Click to email Mara and learn more.
FUNDRAISING / DEVELOPMENT INTERNS
Interns gain hands-on experience and mentorship in marketing and development, working with staff to fundraise for Hillel.
Click to email Jeremy and learn more.
Jewish Life & Learning
FREE Shabbat dinner every week!
Due to social distancing guidelines, we are limiting the number of people allowed in the Milledge Street Hillel building.
We will have three options for Shabbat:
1) Limited seating in and around the Milledge Street building
2) Shabboxes to take away
3) Catered meals for small communities
Follow us on social media or sign up for the Dawg blog to get the link to register each week.
At UGA, we ensure students have the resources to share a meaningful Passover experience. On the first two nights of Passover, we host student-led seders, followed by kosher lunch throughout the week. Finally, on the last night of Passover we all break bread and celebrate together at the Hillel House. All are welcome to celebrate Passover with us and no registration is required.
To find out when we will be celebrating this year, follow us on social media or sign up for our newsletter.
For more information, contact Mara.
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES AND MEALS
All UGA students, faculty and community members are welcome to join us for High Holiday services this year. We will be offering Conservative services at the Milledge Street building with social distancing and other COVID prevention practices. Reform services will be held in conjunction with Congregation Children of Israel. Rides are available if needed.
Jewish Learning Fellowship (JLF)
A 8-week experiential, conversational seminar for students looking to deepen their understanding of Judaism on their own terms. Students who participate in the fellowship recieve a stipend to assist them in their participation.
To learn more about JLF or submit an application, contact Mara.
Tikun-Olam; Hebrew for "Repair the World" is a central Jewish value.
We at Hillel encourage and support students in efforts to better our community & connect students with programs that give them the chance to do exactly that.