Hebrew College will be closed on April 25-26 for Passover

Fast Facts

We are on a quest to create a kind of Judaism that is spiritually compelling and intellectually honest, deeply rooted in the sources of tradition, and driven by a spirit of religious creativity and the constant question of how the new Judaism will emerge.

Rabbi Arthur Green, Rector of the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College

Founded

Hebrew College was founded in 1921.


Affiliation

Hebrew College is a pluralistic institution, open to all forms of Jewish expression, commitment and practice. We welcome diverse perspectives on any given Jewish topic, both to encourage a dynamic exchange and to foster respect for other points of view. The College is not formally affiliated with any religious institution or denomination.


Location and Campus

Hebrew College is located in the Greater Boston area — one of the leading regions of Jewish innovation and entrepreneurship and home to Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP), a progressive federation encompassing a wide range of Jewish religious and social-justice institutions, affiliated and independent congregations, day schools and supplementary Jewish schools that are at the forefront of Jewish education. The Hebrew College campus, designed by Moshe Safdie and Associates, sits on nearly 7 acres on a hillside in Newton Centre, MA and is composed of four interconnected buildings, totaling 72,000 square feet.


Status

A private, not-for-profit, graduate degree-granting institution, Hebrew College offers programs leading to rabbinical and cantorial ordination, master’s degrees and a joint doctoral degree with Lesley College and provides non-degree community adult, youth and professional development study opportunities.


President

Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld

Annual Budget

$10.6M (FY2017)


Students

  • Graduate Degree/Certificate:164 — 65 full-time and 99 part-time
  • Non-degree: 225
  • Adult Learning: 1,530
  • Youth Education: 217 — 148 Prozdor and 69 Makor

Faculty and Staff

  • Full-time faculty: 7
  • Adjunct faculty: 227
  • Full-time staff: 40
  • Part-time staff: 18

Gann Library

90,000 volumes


Graduate Schools and Programs


Degrees Offered


Certificate Programs


Community Learning Opportunities (Non-Degree)

supported by cjp logoCJP Supported Programs

 


Professional Development: Centers & Institutes


Youth-Education Programs


Accreditation

Hebrew College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).


College Partners


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Mazel tov to Dr. Rachel Adelman who has earned tenure with the faculty at Hebrew College! Dr. Adelman is a prolific scholar, a gifted poet, and a world class teacher and friend. Per her words in the Beit Midrash today, we feel very lucky to be part of her home.
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We are pleased to announce that leah goldstein, director of Hebrew College's Jewish Teen Foundation of Greater Boston (JTFGB), will receive the Esther Award for Leadership & Philanthropy at our annual spring fundraiser Hebrew College Live! Stories in Honor of Our Teachers.

Leah has guided the teen philanthropy program, now in its fourth year, which teaches Jewish high school students to learn the ins and outs of professional philanthropy and grant-making through a Jewish lens, and allocate grants to effect real change in the causes they care about most. #JTFGB #Prozdor

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