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Who We AreAt Hebrew College

We are lovers of Torah.
We are committed to communal and social responsibility.
We are awake and aware.
We are creative.
We are committed to principled and rigorous pluralistic Jewish education.

Hebrew College is a vibrant graduate school dedicated to promoting deep Jewish learning and inspired leadership within a pluralistic environment of open inquiry, intellectual rigor, personal engagement and spiritual creativity. We are training Jewish leaders, professionals and lifelong learners for a world in need of healing and hope.

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Graduate Leadership Degrees
Professional Development
Community & Youth Learning

What we offerHebrew College Programs

Hebrew College empowers and inspires individuals to contribute their voices and vision to the Jewish community and to bring Jewish values to bear on the critical issues of our time.

Hebrew College's Response to COVID-19

Watch the “A Time to Mourn” video for the Greater Jewish Community, read Torah for this moment, news, and campus updates.

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Support learning that matters.

Please consider joining the President’s Council or making a gift of any amount to support Jewish learning and leadership. View the 2019 Annual Report.

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Our search for a new home

We are excited to launch the Capital Campaign for Hebrew College and our new vision for a Newton Campus Collaborative.


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Our Alumni

Hebrew College alumni are Jewish leaders and lifelong learners all over the world.

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