Elon Hillel: Your home away from home
Why is Elon Hillel special? Because our students know that even when they are far from their own houses, they have a home at the Sklut Hillel Center.
Hillel at Elon is dynamic, student-run, and student-centered. We are open to all Jewish students from all backgrounds.
Passover is coming soon! If you haven’t already reserved your seat at our Seder on April 19, you can do so HERE!
Also approaching is Yom HaShoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day. Please sign up to participate in our annual tradition, the Reading of the Names at Moseley Center. (click here)
Elon Hillel is featured on the cover of the 2018 Hillel College Guide, an essential resource for Jewish students choosing higher education options and offers information of Jewish life at colleges and universities around the world for current and prospective undergraduate and graduate students.
Our students are leaders, organizers, and educators. They are empowered to make Jewish connections, take initiative, and find their own place within a diverse, vibrant, and welcoming community of their peers.
We come together for meals, to learn more about being Jewish, to celebrate holidays, get engaged in social justice work, do homework, or just to grab a snack from the well-stocked fridge and hang out with friends or the Hillel staff. We travel together on Hillel Spring Break trips, and to Israel on Birthright.
Please read more about our incredible student leaders in the newest edition of our newsletter - B’Bayit – At Home with Elon University Hillel.
All students are welcome and encouraged to participate in our diverse range of programs, as together we celebrate our own traditions and learn about others.