Through discussion of contemporary political, social and cultural topics and through readings drawn from current Israeli news and social commentary, Ulpan brings Hebrew to life. Ulpan is offered on campus through nine levels of study and is generally taken as a non-credit course. The Ulpan program uses the linguistic-immersion method developed and popularized in Israel. Hebrew College Ulpan is a full-language program that teaches grammar, reading comprehension and conversation skills.
Ulpan is offered on campus through ten different levels of study and is generally taken as a non-credit course. Under special circumstances, college students, as well as high school students, are invited to take Ulpan classes for a grade. (College credit is no longer available to new Ulpan students.)
Taking Ulpan for a Grade
Note: College credit not available
Ulpan is open to high school and college students interested in mastering modern Hebrew language. To take Ulpan for a grade, please contact the Director of Ulpan in Hebrew College’s Department of Community Learning. Please note that there is an extra fee and additional course requirements associated with a course for which a student will receive a grade. Upon completion of the course, students may request a transcript from the Department of Community Learning to submit to higher education institutions and/or high schools for consideration.