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Students

Opportunities to Learn and Lead

Student Voices

Writing from Stroum Center Opportunity Grant winners and other students in our programs.

Lauren Kurland

Learn more about our student advisers or e-mail your question about courses, major and minor requirements, or Jewish Studies programs. Learn more >

Terry Azose with Scholarship Winners

The Stroum Center offers a Graduate Fellows program for graduate students, funding to support language study and experiences abroad, and more.  More >

Jewish Studies Library Guide

The Jewish Studies library guide provides links to the most useful article databases, catalogs, reference books, and web sites for Jewish Studies students and scholars.  View >

From Our Students

Professors are engaging and invested in student learning, class sizes are small, and course material is fascinating. Studying history from a minority perspective is important and greatly complemented my undergraduate coursework.
Margaret Slack, Class of 2018
Jewish Studies professors and teachers [teach] with love, patience and full commitment.
Hui (Dawn) Yang, Class of 2017

Quick Facts

  • 25 faculty members from departments across campus teach Jewish Studies courses
  • Attend our public events (including world-class performances and lectures) for free
  • Nosh with JS professors at our Student Committee dinners
  • The Stroum Center is part of the Jackson School of International Studies
  • JS classes can count towards degree requirements for other academic programs
  • JS classes meet college requirements like VLPA, I&S, and writing