Picture yourself on a beautifully wooded campus spanning 2,358 acres, one of the largest private campuses in the country. Jewish students make up around 20% of the over 5,000 undergraduates at Lehigh. The Jewish Student Center serves as a physical meeting place for Jewish students and friends on Shabbat, holidays, and for social and cultural activities. Other Jewish activities such as baking challah with Challah for Hunger, consulting for Israeli start-ups through Tamid Israel Investment Group, educating about Israel through Friends of Israel, or learning about other religions through multi-faith dialogue take place all around campus. In addition to Jewish programming through Lehigh Hillel, the University also offers excellent Jewish Studies classes and a minor with dedicated and inter-disciplinary faculty through the Berman Center for Jewish Studies.