Let us be your home away from home during the holidays!
Spending Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish new year) on campus is a sweet way to start your year on campus.
Join us for Rosh Hashanah dinner, services, and more. We offer a 500 + person Rosh Hashanah dinner in Trillium Dining Hall complete with all our traditional favorites - brisket, kugel, and of course apples and honey.
Hillel hosts Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox and alternative services, as well as multiple tashlich opportunities on campus throughout the holiday.
Yom Kippur is a beautiful day of reflection and communal prayer. Cornell Hillel offers Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox services on campus.
There is a pre-fast dinner and communal dairy break-fast in 104 West! Kosher Dining Hall. Students also have the opportunity to host their own break-fasts with Hillel sponsorship. Contact Maggie Burke (email@example.com) to join hundreds of other Cornell students in hosting your own break-fast at your Greek house, appartment, or dorm.
On campus during Passover? We have you covered.
On the first night of Passover, Cornell Hillel hosts a massive “Super Seder” on North Campus. On the second night of Passover, there will be a seder in 104 West! Kosher Dining Hall, along with smaller seders throughout campus.
Hillel also offers a daily “matzah bar” at our offices as well as additional holiday programming. Kosher for Passover food is served in 104 West! throughout the holiday.
Sign up for Super Seder be available a month before on the kosher dining page: https://kosher.scl.cornell.edu.
Passover 2020 Schedule
Wednesday, April 8th
RPCC Dining Room (3rd floor)
Sign up here.
Super Seder will be interactive, inspiring, pluralistic and easy to follow regardless of your background. Students will be leading the seders with a mix of holiday foods, readings from the Haggadah (Passover text), singing, and vibrant discussion. All are welcome to dig into Passover with us!
Second Night Seder
Thursday, April 9th
Check-in 8:45 pm
104 West dining hall
Sign up here.
Join the OUJLIC couple, Rabbi Daniel and Sarah Kasdan for an intimate Seder experience in the Kosher dining hall on the second night of Passover for a traditional seder.