FALL 2020 ON CAMPUS

Emotionally Close. Socially Distant

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Pegisha Trip NYC - 2019

Supersize my Shabbat!

That's pretty much what you're saying when you sign up for International Pegisha, a weekend get-together for Jewish students (more than 1,000 from all over the world). There's singing, dancing and Shabbat candle-lighting, even lessons on Jewish life.

November 8-10, 2019

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Poland Trip
Connect With the Past. Shape the Future.

The persecution of our tribe during the Holocaust, and how we live as Jews today, connects us with the future of our people. Chabad on Campus explores this vital connection during Living Links, an inspirational seven-day Poland trip for college students.

Eye-opening and life-changing, the weeklong journey traverses through cemeteries, death camps, ghettos and other vestiges of Jewish life and loss across Poland. It affirms the need for a strong Jewish presence in Israel and among the diaspora.

Winter Trip Date

December 24-30, 2019

Spring Trip Date

March 9-15, 2020

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Your FREE Israel Trip

If you're Jewish, 18-26 and have never been on an organized group trip to Israel - Sign up for a FULLY FREE 10-day adventure! If you've been to Israel but have not been on an organized trip you can still come!

 

Contact our Birthright interns for all the details:

Click here for more info
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Israel LINKS
When Two Weeks in Israel Isn't Enough.

Discover the social, religious and political makeup of Israel firsthand on this two-week spiritual journey. Guided tours of holy and historic sites are accompanied by stimulating lectures and discussions on Jewish tradition and philosophy, led by academic and rabbinic experts. Followed by our Onward Israel program, a six-week summer internship program in Israel.

 

COVID-19

Oy vey! This is an incredibly strange time to be a college student. We understand that things will be conducted very differently this semester.  

We want you to know that none of this will ever stop our commitment to you. We are dedicated to creating the authentic Jewish experiences that you deserve! 

At the same time, we are fully committed to ensuring your health and safety. No matter what the circumstances are, we want every student to know that Chabad is still your home away from home. We are here for you no matter what challenges come your way.

 

To adapt to our new COVID-19 reality, we’ve developed a new program for this Fall. We call this robust and relevant mission Chabad Cares. Its goal is to remain emotionally close, even if we must be physically distant.  As the situation on campus changes, we will continue to adapt and develop Chabad Cares resources to support you. These current plans have been formulated as a result of close communication with the university administration and local health agencies.

It is with this in mind that we present below our current plans for the semester.

NEW STUDENTS: be sure to SIGN UP here to stay in the loop and receive your welcome care package!