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Hillel’s current facility is tired and dated. Over the past 70 years, many changes to campus life and the larger Jewish community dictate the need for a new state-of-the-art building. Students relate to one another in different ways. Jewish life is celebrated differently. And the pandemic has left indelible and permanent changes. 


The building’s current condition makes it an unsafe setting for student life. Its dated architecture and poor state of repair render it unable to host the full slate of current Hillel programs. Nor does the current building allow Hillel to be the place where students can comfortably “hang-out” with their fellow students. Quite simply, the building falls short of serving our students as their “home away from home”.


The new facility will be built on our current site. Since opening 70 years ago, the campus has grown around Hillel’s location, thus making it even more central to student life. The proposed 7,000 sq ft facility will provide a welcoming, open, and light filled-space. Its design centers around fostering quiet conversations, and hosting gatherings both large and small. The new facility seeks to create a sense of sacred time, in addition to a sacred space.


The proposed 7,000 sq ft facility will provide a welcoming, open, and light filled-space. Its design centers around fostering quiet conversations, and hosting gatherings both large and small. The new facility seeks to create a sense of sacred time, in addition to a sacred space.