Centrally located on Princeton’s campus, the Center for Jewish Life - Hillel at Princeton University is home to dozens of Jewish student groups and initiatives that create an array of programs and opportunities to connect with other Jews and Jewish life. Everything from social events to social justice initiatives, religious services and intellectual life to political activism, trips to Israel and around the world--this is the full diversity of Jewish life at Princeton.
If you’re a sophomore, junior or senior in high school, or a prospective graduate student, the Center for Jewish Life invites you to experience our vibrant Jewish community at Princeton University. Stop by our building after your Orange Key campus tour; join us for lunch in the kosher dining hall; spend a Shabbat with Jewish students. Our staff is always available to answer questions, give a tour of our beautiful building and help arrange a student host for your Shabbat stay. Click here
for information about visiting Princeton University.
For more information about the Center for Jewish Life - Hillel at Princeton University contact the CJL Student Board President, Shira Cohen
(email@example.com), or the Recruitment Chairs, Mikhael Smits
(firstname.lastname@example.org) and Becca Kahn