Welcome to your home away from home!
It is our pleasure to introduce you to Chabad, and we are excited to welcome you to our extended UChicago family!
At Chabad, you're guaranteed to feel a sense of home with family-style Shabbat dinners, great social events, student leadership and much more! Feel free to stop by to hang out, learn, celebrate, and grow.
As you start your journey at UChicago, we wish you lots of success and look forward to seeing you soon!
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Chabad’s Student Board, helps empower students for leadership roles and responsibilities in the campus community and society-at-large. We are committed to helping students explore and optimize their leadership potential by offering students project leadership and meaningful responsibility.
We always welcome new program ideas and assistance, so contact us if you’d like to serve as a member of the board or a planning committee. You can be an integral part of a dynamic circle of UChicago students who are using their talent to make a difference.
Add your voice and feel the difference you make. Together we can keep the flame of Judaism shining brightly in the Chabad community and beyond!
WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING
"[In Sinai Scholars] I found that the taking of very abstract concepts such as identity and ethics and applying both Jewish scripture and commentary in order to relate them to our current 21st century lives provides an interesting way to correlate what seem to be two very distinct spheres but in reality are the same."
Daniel Gilbert, class of 2023
"With the assistance of Chabad, Jewish life on campus played a strong role in providing me with a community and sense of belonging. Thank you very much for your continued support to Chabad, which greatly enhanced my Jewish experience at the University of Chicago."
Ben Weinstein, class of 2020
“When I go to Chabad, I am no longer drowning in the masses but am an integral part of a community.”
Bethany Gedzelman, class of 2022