Staying in Touch Discussion List Join with college committee chairs, temple presidents, rabbis and other leaders in an ongoing e-mail discussion on how most effectively to support your college-aged congregants.
Our pre-college resources offer guidance in the transition from high school students to college students:
Packing for College Packing for College: Where Does Judaism Fit? is a program from the Union for Reform Judaism designed to ensure that our students are ready for the challenges ahead as they make decisions about where they will go to College.
The 7th Annual RJ Insider's Guide to College Life is a Reform Judaism magazine project in partnership with Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life and the Union for Reform Judaism.
This annual guide was created to assist high school students in making their college choices through a Jewish lens and finding funding; and help college students in exploring their Jewish identity and coping with various challenges on campus.
An up-to-date chart shows the Top 60 schools Jews choose with most everything Jewish students would wish to know about them (number and % of Jews, Jewish fraternities/sororities, Reform/egalitarian services on campus, etc.); and the Top 20 schools ranked by percentage of Jewish population.