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Hillel at Geneseo

Hillel at Geneseo is a place where Jewish students can find their home away from home. Hillel is committed to providing a pluralistic, egalitarian, and inclusive community for Jewish college students, where they are encouraged to grow intellectually, spiritually, and socially.

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Students with Hillel sign

students outside Interfaith center

Hillel helps students find a balance in being distinctively Jewish and universally human by encouraging them to pursue tzedek (social justice), tikkun olam (repairing the world) and Jewish learning; to support Israel and global Jewish peoplehood.

Connect with Hillel

The best way to know what's going on with SUNY Geneseo Hillel is to follow us on Instagram and Facebook. We're @geneseohillel

Current students can also join our GroupMe, Hillel updates spring 2020. Email HillelStudents@geneseo.edu to be added. Additionally, students can join the Geneseo Hillel Students Facebook group.

This is a great opportunity to connect with Hillel students from all over the world. Two fantastic Facebook groups to check out are:

Zoom University Hillel and Jewish Student Joyposting

What Students Say About Hillel

"Walking into Hillel makes me feel so excited! Everyone there is so friendly and welcoming and I met multiple new friends there."

— Sam Harris, Class of 2022

"Hillel is a home to me. Every time we’re together cooking, singing, praying, and laughing I feel connected to my Jewish identity."

— Evan Panzer, Class of 2022

"I always look forward to walking into Hillel every week because it is the perfect way to cool down after a long, stressful week. I get to observe Shabbat surrounded by other incredible students and it is such a relaxed, comfortable setting where, for the time being, I can concentrate on my religion and culture rather than on academics. It is a perfect setting for me."

— Leila Sassouni, Class of 2022

"Walking into Hillel makes me feel like I'm home. Everyone cares about each other and is there to support you without judgement."

— Claire Shroder, Class of 2023