Welcoming New Students
Hillel has many incredible options for incoming students to get involved in Jewish life on campus! We offer a variety of programming and resources to help rising freshman adjust to college life, make new friends, and connect with fellow peers. More information about each of these options can be found below!
Visiting Hillel • Fresh Fest • FYSH • Engagement Interns
Israel & Birthright • Hillel Shabbat • Religious Life • Roommates
If you would like to meet with a staff member to discuss Jewish life on campus, or would like to arrange a tour of our building, don’t hesitate to make an appointment with Ethan Sobel, our Assistant Director, by emailing email@example.com. Our doors are also always open, so feel free to stop by during our business hours and someone at the front desk would love to give you more information!
First Year Students of Hillel
The main purpose of FYSH (the First Year Students of Hillel) – is to help introduce the new freshman class at Boston University to the Hillel community. We strive to give incoming students a better understanding of what Jewish culture consists of and assist them in their transition from their previous Jewish communities to the one offered here at BU. Our goal is to bridge the gap between freshman and upperclassmen here at Hillel by fostering new relationships that will make adjusting to the Hillel community and college life much easier. It is our challenge to recruit first year students to join in Jewish life through innovative programming, while constructively providing centralized educational and social resources.
Wanna get involved, or have other questions? Here are some awesome people you should contact:
Director of Outreach – Hillel Student Board
Our engagement interns are a group of students dedicated to helping incoming freshman learn more about life at Boston University and the BU Hillel community! For more information and a free cup of coffee with one of our interns, email our Assistant Director, Ethan Sobel at firstname.lastname@example.org.