Elon Hillel:  A Welcoming Community

Elon Hillel serves as a Jewish resource on campus committed to empowering students to make Jewish connections, building dynamic communities and generating excitement about Jewish life on campus.  We recognize and value the uniqueness of every Jewish student and are invested in their individual growth.  Through education, initiative and action, Elon Hillel aims to promote positive change and make significant contributions to the Jewish people and the world.


Elon Hillel will be hosting its annual Welcome Shabbat for first year students and their families on August 26th from 5-7pm at the Sklut Hillel center. Please RSVP here.


Family Weekend 2016 with Elon Hillel! Come to the Sklut Hillel Center from 4:30-5:15pm on September 30, 2016 to meet and greet with other Jewish students and their families. Shabbat-To-Go boxes will be available for families who will be marking Shabbat on Friday night - complete with challah, grape juice, and Shabbat candles. Indicate whether you would like one here! Be sure to RSVP for the Hillel Reception on Elon's Family Weekend Website. 

News flash:  Elon Hillel ranked #1 on the list of Seven Stellar Hillels You Haven't Heard Of 
Challah for Hunger and the Sklut Hillel Center are featured in the new Elon Welcome Video!

Reform Judaism Magazine selected Elon as one of the Top 20 Campuses of Excellence for Jewish students!




Elon Hillel does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, creed, sex, national or ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status in the operation of its programs.  Because of guidelines established by funders, some Hillel programs are only open to students who self-identify as Jewish.

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Contact Information

The Sklut Hillel Center is located at 401 E. College Avenue, at the corner of E. College & Antioch, across from the tennis courts

Elon Hillel
2960 Campus Box
Elon, NC 27244

Jessica Waldman
Director of Jewish Student Life at Elon Hillel
Rabbi Meir Goldstein
Associate Chaplain for Jewish Life