Student Affairs
Residence Life : Hillel House

Living learning experience
The mission of the Hillel House is to provide students with a comfortable living community and to support the activities of Hillel, the Jewish students' organization on campus. It is both home to a community of Jewish students and a center for addressing religious, cultural and ethical concerns in American society.

Located at 18 South Main Street, Hillel House is ideally close to the Box of Books public library and village businesses. The Hillel House is labeled 50 on the campus map.


  • 3 singles
  • 1 double
  • Dining room
  • Large kosher kitchen on the 1st floor
  • Large non-kosher kitchen on the 2nd floor
  • Huge 2 roomed living room
  • Wall library
  • Back porch
  • Laundry facilities


  • Do not have to be Jewish, but preference will be given to members of Hillel and to those who seem most likely to further Hillel's activities
  • Residents are expected to become members of Hillel. Dues are currently $25/year.

Examples of special events

  • Friday night services
  • Sunday morning brunches
  • Bagel Brunch

For more information contact:
Dr. Greil
208B Olin Building