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Stanford University

8% Jewish

Jewish students

Total undergrads


ADL Antisemitism
Campus Report Card

Community Life

Jewish Fraternities
Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi)
Jewish Sororities
Alpha Epsilon Phi (AEPhi)
Jewish Sororities
Slavianskii Dom
Pro-Israel Related Clubs
Stanford Israel Association

Other Israel Related Clubs
J Street U
Jewish Voices for Peace
Students for Justice in Palestine
Israeli@Stanford (a community for Israelis)
Has a Birthright Trip
Arts and Culture
Challah For Hunger
Jewish Association at Stanford
Hillel Civic Engagement Fellowship
Hillel Jewish Learning Fellowship
Hillel Band
Hillel SHEFA wellbeing Fellows
Hillel Tikkun Olam at Stanford Team (TOaST)
Hillel trips to Poland, Argentina, Morocco, Israel, and domestic learning and service trips

Religious Life

Communal Groups
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
Kosher Food/Meals
Kosher meat meals with vegetarian and vegan options are prepared every weekday for dinner in Hillel’s kitchen under the supervision of Vaad HaKashrus of Northern California. Meals are transported to a nearby dining hall so Jewish students can use their Stanford meal plan to eat alongside all their friends from the dorms. For lunch and snacks, there are usually grab-and-go leftovers in the Hillel refrigerator. There is also a kosher restaurant and market within walking distance of campus. Chicken Soup Hotline and Eruv

Academic Life

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