MISSION STATEMENT

At the Towson University Hillel, our goal is to provide a vibrant Jewish Community and an infrastructure that shapes the next generation of Jewish leaders. Through a variety of campus and community based programs, Hillel engages students in ways they feel most comfortable expressing their Judaism, while embarking on their college journey at Towson University. Our mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world.

EVENT CALENDAR

Mar
19
Sun
Spring Break
Mar 19 – Mar 26 all-day
Mar
28
Tue
Challah for Hunger Bake with JAM @ Hillel (in Newell Dining Hall)
Mar 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Challah for Hunger is an international organization that raises money and awareness for hunger and disaster relief worldwide. In order to do this, we, as a chapter, make, bake, and sell challah. Join us in baking challah on this Tuesday.

Mar
29
Wed
Israeli potluck @ UU 0206
Mar 29 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Mar
30
Thu
Ivrit b’epita 2 @ UU 0204
Mar 30 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

LATEST NEWS

03Mar 2017

Reverse Mifgash

March 3, 2017

By Lee Cohen Today is one the most exciting days on my Shlichut as an Israel fellow. It all started about 10 years ago, when the younger me got 5 days off from the army to participate in this program named Birthright. Awesome, vacation from the army AND hanging out with those cool American kids […]

27Jan 2017

Welcome Back Shabbat

January 27, 2017

Welcome back to campus, tigers! The semester will soon be back in full swing, and with that let’s celebrate week 1 together as a community with a Shabbat celebration on campus. Below are the details for the evening. LOCATION: West Village Commons Ballroom A TIME: February 3rd, 6pm – Services, 7pm – Dinner Please RSVP […]

22Nov 2016

This is a question I had often been asked throughout my childhood, especially in school. My answer: YES! I’m not going to lie though. For the longest time as a kid, I thought Jews did not typically celebrate Thanksgiving. I come from an interfaith family where my mother is Jewish and my dad grew up […]