The Jewish Student Union at The College of New Jersey is a small but active organization. The Jewish community is growing quickly, yet is still small enough to fulfill each member’s individual needs. Between 1 and 3 events are scheduled per week, including religious, social, and community service activities. All activities throughout the year are free of charge and there is no charge to join the Jewish Student Union. Additionally, all of our activities and events are open to the public and members are encouraged to bring both Jewish and non-Jewish friends.
Membership meetings: Wednesdays at 3:30 pm in the Social Science building
Shabbat Services with dinner are held two Fridays a month, visit our website for more information.
|Friday Night Shabbat Services||Holocaust speakers||Bagel Brunches|
|Havdalah Services||Programs about Israel||Bowling/Poker/Game Night|
|Sukkah Building||Holiday Parties||Ice Skating|
|Lighting of Campus Menorah||Baking Jewish Food||Pizza Parties|
|Tu B’Shevat Celebration||And Much More…||Apple Picking|
|Passover Seders||And Much More…|
|And Much More…|
In addition, every March to commemorate Jewish Awareness Month programming is increased to at least 3 events per week. These include a keynote speaker, a family Shabbat dinner and service, a campus-wide community service project, social activities, and other great programs. The Jewish Student Union is constantly expanding in size and presence on the campus of The College of New Jersey. We are always welcoming new members, regardless of the time of year or one’s year of study.
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