Helping Students Navigate the College Environment

The OU’s Seif Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (OU-JLIC) was created to help young men and women thrive in a campus environment and helps Jewish students observe key aspects of Jewish life, such as tefillah, kashrut, Shabbat, and chagim. Our educators serve as teachers and Torah role models within 23 universities in North America, learning with students one-on-one, coordinating weekly classes, and organizing guest lectures and other events. Your connection with a OU-JLIC educator will help you balance your Jewish life and provide avenues for spiritual development while attending a secular college.

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Incoming
Students

Coming to an OU-JLIC campus this fall? Have a question about Jewish life on your campus? Let us know.

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Current
Students

Looking for more Torah in your life? Or seeking a winter or summer break program?

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Young
Alumni

OU-JLIC offers opportunities for college graduates to stay connected, whether you are working, in grad school, or doing something else. Interested? Have your own ideas?

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Giving to OU-JLIC

Core funding for OU-JLIC comes from generous grants by the OU and by individual Hillels. To meet the program’s full costs, we seek support from alumni, parents, and others who value the impact that OU-JLIC educators have on students. Support for OU-JLIC builds on the investments our communities have made for the next generation through day school education, summer camps, and other Jewish experiences.

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From our Blog

Alumni Spotlight – Leead Staller November 21, 2017

Interview by Hani Lowenstein, Associate Director of Community Projects, OU-JLIC: Leead Staller (PENN ‘17) grew up in Connecticut and New Jersey. He attended TABC high school and spent two years learning at Yeshivat Har Etzion...

Sukkah on the Arts Quad October 18, 2017

This fall, Cornell University made history with its own custom-built Sukkah on the Arts Quad, right in the middle of campus.  This Sukkah was a unique collaboration between Cornell Hillel and students in the Architecture...