About Us

Board Of Directors

Executive Committee President: Roy H. Tanzman ’73, ’76, P’00, P’03 Executive Vice-President: Dr. Richard Bullock P’08, ’09, ’15 Vice President: Eric Wallenstein ’02, ’09 Vice President: Philip B. Vinick ’73, ’76, P’04, P’08 Vice President: Howard Joffe ’76 Treasurer: Robert Kuchner Executive Director: Andrew Getraer Immediate Past President: Mark N. Busch ’64 Directors Samantha Brandspiegel …

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Directions

9 Bartlett Street, New Brunswick NJ 08901

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Facilities

Hillel is located at 70 College Avenue, in the center of the College Avenue campus, the historic heart of Rutgers University. Hillel is more than a building, however: our activities are held on every campus, in students centers on the Douglass, Busch, and Livingston campuses, Brower Commons, classrooms, student lounges, residence halls – Hillel strives …

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FAQ

FAQs How many Jewish students are there at Rutgers? There are approximately 6,000 Jewish undergraduates and 1,000+ Jewish graduate students at Rutgers. Our campus has the largest Jewish undergraduate population of any campus in America! How do students get involved with Hillel? Are there membership fees? We consider every Jewish student on campus to be …

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History

Rutgers Hillel aspires to collect the history of Jewish life at Rutgers, and to share these stories with you here. If you would like to contribute to our history project, or order a copy of “The Jewish Experience at Rutgers” by Ruth Marcus Patt ’40, contact us at [email protected] Rutgers Hillel’s history matches the remarkable …

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Staff

  Rutgers Hillel is fortunate to have an outstanding and diverse staff.  These amazing people work day in and day out to make the Rutgers campus a wonderful place to be Jewish.  If you have any questions or wish to talk to any one of them, please email (see link at end of each bio) …

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Student Leadership

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What Is Hillel?

Rutgers Hillel is a thriving, dynamic, diverse Jewish community dedicated to exploring and celebrating Judaism and everything it means to be Jewish…. There isn’t one specific type of Hillel student. We are as varied as the Jewish people. We are religious and non-religious. We are liberal and conservative. We are artists and scholars. We are social activists and party animals (sometimes …

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