- Residence Hall
Hillel House is both home to a community of Jewish students and a center for addressing religious, cultural, and ethical concerns in American society. It functions as a residential learning center and an informal meeting place for Jewish students.
Statistics and History
- Constructed: 1870
- In Honor of: Melvin Bernstein
- Dedicated: 1995
- Spacious living room
About this Facility
As a living unit, Hillel House has five single rooms. There are two kitchens; one is kosher. Religious services, holiday celebrations, cultural programs and social events take place at Hillel House, as do academic seminars on relevant themes.