Hillel is the nation's preeminent Jewish student organization. The Princeton Review has over sixteen years of experience helping students all over the world navigate the college admissions process. Together, Hillel and The Princeton Review have created the most comprehensive guide available to help Jewish students make informed decisions about which college or university to attend. With the Hillel Guide to Jewish Life on Campus, you may leave home, but you won't have to leave your community.
Hillel Guide to Jewish Life on Campusby Ruth Fredman Cernea (Editor), Princeton Review Publishing Staff
As a Jewish student making the important decision about where to go to college, you probably have concerns about Jewish life on campus: Will there be many other Jewish students? Are there active Jewish student organizations? Are there Shabbat services at the local Hillel branch? If there is no Hillel, is there a synagogue nearby? How does the university handle Jewish holidays? Is kosher food available? Is there a Yom Ha'Atzmaut celebration?
The Hillel Guide to Jewish Life on Campus answers all those questons and more. In addition to its more than 500 college listings, this book includes:
- Random House Information Group
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- Princeton Review: Hillel Guide to Jewish Life on Campus Ser.
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- 7.80(w) x 10.28(h) x 0.88(d)
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