Tulane Hillel's Welcome Week Events

August 16, 2021 @ 11:00AM — August 18, 2021 @ 12:30PM Central Time (US & Canada)

Join us at the Mintz Center during move-in week!

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Welcome to your Tulane Hillel community!

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.


We can't wait to meet you and the rest of the Class of 2025!

Join us at our Annual Welcome Event on Tuesday, August 17th from 3pm-5:30pm, to meet Hillel staff and student-leaders, hear a special welcome from Tulane University President Michael Fitts, enjoy delicious snacks from our in-house, kosher restaurant, Rimon, meet faculty from Tulane's Jewish Studies Department, register for the High Holidays, and join other Tulane families in learning why we’re one of the most active and innovative Hillels in the country.

If you can't make it to our welcome event - no worries! We'll be hosting Brunch Breaks on Monday, August 16th from 11am-1:30pm and Wednesday, August 18th from 10am-12:30pm. Stop by for iced coffee, breakfast treats, and to meet the team.

Or, drop in and say hello whenever works for you. The building will be open Monday through Friday, from 9am-5pm.

All are welcome and attire is move-in casual. Contact Shelley Freed, Director of Development, at sfreed3@tulane.edu with event questions or sponsorship inquiries.

About Tulane Hillel: Tulane Hillel is nationally recognized for our innovative engagement model that creates relevant and inclusive Jewish community on campus and fosters the next generation of Jewish leaders. Through our model, hundreds of students are in and out of the building daily to attend University classes, free student-led programs and weekly Shabbats, or to enjoy great food and hang out with friends in a comfortable and welcoming setting.

Learn more about Tulane Hillel at our website: www.tulanehillel.org

*Tulane Hillel follows all university protocols regarding COVID-19. In accordance with current university policies, we are requiring masks indoors for all – vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals – if 6 feet of social distancing is not possible. Anyone not yet fully vaccinated is required to mask and distance in public settings and particularly indoors for their safety and the safety of others.