Edward H. Rosen Hillel at Temple University
The Rosen Hillel is comprised of the different Jewish student networks on campus who have varied and diverse interests in Jewish life. On any given day, students belonging to these networks may hold meetings, organize programs or work with staff consultants to plan the direction for the future of Jewish students on campus. Some of the Jewish networks already flourishing on campus include, JOB (Jewish Organization of Business), QJew (GLBTQ), Koach (Conservative Movement), Kesher (Reform Movement), JLife, TSI (Temple Students for Israel), and JIGL (Jews in Greek Life). At the Rosen Hillel Center Jewish students are encouraged to author their own unique Jewish identity and embrace their love of Judaism. Staff work diligently with students to encourage them to try new ideas, to reach new student cohorts and to explore all components of Jewish Life at Temple.
Now that Hillel has moved into its new home at the Rosen Center, students are able to take advantage of all that it has to offer in the comforts of a state of the art facility. The building is wifi accessible, fully integrated into the University's network, has several large screen tvs, a fabulous delicatessan, Cafe 613, serving lunch and dinner 5 days a week, varied program areas and a warm and caring staff. As we move into a new era for Temple University, Hillel has positioned itself to move far into the bright future in North philadelphia.