Welcome To Boston College's Hillel
The Hillel of Boston College helps to serve the social, cultural and religious needs of Jewish students and to enrich campus culture for all. We welcome members of the Boston College community from all backgrounds to our events and our community.
Boston College began in 1863 as a small Jesuit college for young men. It is now an internationally renowned university with a culturally, religiously and ethnically diverse coeducational student body. The BC faculty is similarly diverse, with committed individuals from each department and from the surrounding Jewish communities in Newton and Brookline.
BC connects to the greater Boston Jewish communities as a part of Hillel Council of New England. Hillel Council brings together students from all over New England, with BC students participating in local, national, and international trips and conferences.
Questions? Want to hear more? Please visit the "contact us" tab on the left hand side or visit us at https://www.facebook.com/BostonCollegeHillel
Questions about Judaism or Jewish life on campus? Contact our Rabbinic advisor, Hayley Goldstein, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Special Shout Out to the Entering Class of 2020 and Incoming Transfer Students:
We wish you all the best in your transition to BC college life and would love to see you at our Hillel dinners no matter what your background is! Plus who can say no to a free, home cooked meal!
Join the BC Hillel Listserv
The best way to stay informed about Hillel events and opportunities around BC is to join our email listserv. The board sends approximately one e-newsletter a week with slightly more traffic around major holidays.
To join, please email Peyton Spencer at email@example.com.