Our virtual community is warm and welcoming

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the the Sklut Hillel Center was closed, but our Hillel community was active and present online. Students were invited to join our new Facebook group (students only click here!), reach out to our team members for coffee dates, and participate in our virtual programming.

Elon University moved to online classes to combat the spread of COVID-19 in the spring of 2020, so our community went virtual. Even at that time, Elon Hillel remained the online gathering place for our Jewish students.  Our message was clear: although we had to cancel our activities, Hillel’s doors were not closed. Our team was always present, whether to offer pastoral care, a listening ear, or a virtual hug.

Now that we have returned to campus, we have created an innovative and welcoming “new normal” together. As always, in good times and bad, Hillel is always there for all students.