Right in the heart of campus, Purdue Hillel has been a hub for Jewish Boilermakers from across the world since 1939. If you're searching for a way to explore your Jewish identity and integrate into Jewish campus life, look no further than Purdue Hillel.
Looking for a place to start your Friday evenings? Stop by Purdue Hillel for Shabbat services and dinner every week. Services start at 6:00 PM and dinner starts at 7:00 PM.
From High Holy Day services to community Purim Carnivals, celebrate Jewish holidays Boilermaker style at Hillel.
Need a break between classes? Stop by Hillel on Tuesdays from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM for free bagels, snacks and coffee.
Interested in asking big questions about Judaism? So are we! Join JLF and explore the intersection of Judaism and the college experience.
Purdue Hillel is committed to improving our local community and fostering a safe, inclusive space for students to explore their passion for change.
After months of meetings with Purdue Administration, Hillel, and Chabad; we're pleased to announce that the University is moving forward and for the first time in Purdue's history
We are still gathering details, and will have more information in the coming weeks!