George Mason Hillel is the Center for Jewish Campus Life at George Mason University. Hillel may be reached at (703) 993-3321 or via e-mail at email@example.com. Hillel is located in the Johnson Center 239H
Hillel provides a wide range of programs and services from social to religious. In addition, as a Jewish resource center, we have information on trips to Israel, Jewish periodicals, and much, much more. If you have questions or are interested in becoming a part of the George Mason Hillel please give us a call or stop by the office in Johnson Center 239H. We’re always glad to meet new people.
Our vision is that every Jewish student makes an enduring commitment to Jewish life, and our primary goal is to significantly increase the number of Jewish students who have meaningful Jewish experiences.
Serving the Jewish educational, religious, cultural, recreational, communal, social and emotional needs of Jewish students attending GMU, and supporting the GMU Jewish campus community, in the following ways:
1. Fostering and supporting a dynamic visible Jewish presence and nurturing a sense of Jewish community at GMU.
2. Providing opportunities for Jewish students to meet, mingle and identify with one another through social, religious and educational experiences that promote Jewish identity.
3. Creating, developing, and supporting opportunities for Jewish participation and learning across the entire spectrum of Jewish life.
4. Strengthening the identification of the GMU Jewish community with the larger Jewish community globally, nationally, and locally, including with the State of Israel.
5. Providing opportunities, training, and experiences for Jewish students to become leaders in the larger Jewish community.
6. Engaging Jewish students not affiliated with the organized Jewish community and creating opportunities for them to explore their own Jewishness.
7. Advocating the interests and concerns of the GMU Jewish community to the GMU administration, often in cooperation with Jewish community organizations and other campus groups.
8. Educating the greater campus community about Jewish culture, including advocating religious tolerance, supporting Israel, opposing anti-Semitism, and promoting awareness of Jewish holidays, via providing information, pursuing contacts and events with non-Jewish groups, and participating in student governance.