Why is Elon Hillel special? Because our students know that even when they are far from their own houses, they have a home at the Sklut Hillel Center.
Hillel at Elon is dynamic, student-run, and student-centered. We are open to all Jewish students from all backgrounds.
Our students are leaders, organizers, and educators. They are empowered to make Jewish connections, take initiative, and find their own place within a diverse, vibrant, and welcoming community of their peers.
We engage 100% of first-year students who self-identify as Jewish, and our vibrant community has been recognized for excellence by numerous national publications.
All Jewish students are welcome and encouraged to participate in our diverse range of programs, as together we celebrate our own traditions and learn about others.
Elon Hillel is an integral part of campus life. We embrace multi-faith initiatives through the Truitt Center for Religious & Spiritual Life, and maintain close partnerships with the Elon Community Garden, Admissions, University Development, the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and the Multicultural Center.