Serving the religious, social, & educational needs of the undergraduate & graduate Jewish-student communities.
Class of 2024, take a moment to tell us a little bit about you so we can add you to our listserv of events and connect you with Hillel programs and groups you would LOVE. Click HERE.
We have delicious holiday meals for you. In the mean time, though, visit our High Holidays page to see our 2018 service schedule. Did I mention the food was amazing? RSVP HERE.
As you are no doubt aware, Vanderbilt recently shared its preliminary details for a modified return to campus in the fall of 2020. Orientation, among other things, will be structured very differently than it has in the past.
Rest assured, though, we will still have a FYSH Fest. Given the current situation, we believe that our FYSH Fest mission to build a strong Jewish community from the outset of the academic year is more important than ever. Over the next few weeks our staff and team of talented student leaders will be reimagining our FYSH Fest program to be compliant with Vanderbilt’s orientation timeline and to follow important guidelines for social-distancing.