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State

Emory University

17% Jewish

1,200
Jewish students

7,118
Total undergrads

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ADL Antisemitism
Campus Report Card

Community Life

Jewish Fraternities
Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi)
Jewish Sororities
Sigma Delta Tau (SDT)
Jewish Sororities
Emory Bayit
Pro-Israel Related Clubs
Emory Students for Israel
EIPAC
IAC Mishelanu
Other Israel Related Clubs
J Street
Students for Justice In Palestine
Has a Birthright Trip
Arts and Culture
Chai Tunes Acapella group
Challah for Hunger
Meor

Religious Life

Communal Groups
Hillel
Chabad
Religious Services
Friday night services at Hillel
Friday night services at Chabad
Saturday morning services at Chabad
High Holidays at Hillel
High Holidays at Chabad
Shabbat Dinners
Hillel
Chabad
Kosher Food/Meals
Eleven meals per week are brought in by a local kosher caterer and available in the main cafeteria, and kosher sandwiches are available for sale at four locations on campus. There is also a nearby 24-hour grocery store that has a large kosher section, accessible via regular free shuttle service. Chabad at Emory offers a free weekly Kosher BBQ and Friday night dinner and the only Shabbat day lunch (preceded by services) offered on campus every week.

Academic Life

Jewish Studies
Major and Minor
Study Aboard in Israel
Professional Development Clubs
Tamid