- time Adults of all ages
- location Synagogues and community spaces
- duration One semester (10-12 weeks)
Click on the name of the course you are interested in and you will be taken to a registration page with a detailed description of the course and instructions on how to register.
Classes meet once a week (in rare instances, every other week) for 10-12 weeks. They are generally two hours long.
Every class is recorded and available to you in the event you have to miss a class. Many students who travel take advantage of our recorded classes.
No. Me’ah participants come from diverse backgrounds. Many have no formal Jewish education, while others have formally studied Judaic subjects. Some participants are recent Jews by choice; some belong to other faith traditions.
All Me’ah classes are conducted in English and texts are studied in English translation. Teachers do not assume that you know Hebrew. When Hebrew words or texts are referred to, they are translated.
No. Me’ah Select is designed for personal enrichment; there are no tests, papers or grades.
Me’ah instructors are all Judaic scholars with advanced academic degrees. They bring to community-based Me’ah classes a level of scholarship, teaching, and discourse typically encountered in university settings. Learn more about the instructors here.
Each site sets its own fee, which may vary according to synagogue funds, local subsidies and class size. Review the class registration form for more details. We also offer financial aid to students.
Should you need to withdraw from a class, we offer a full refund after the first class only. Please contact our office for a confidential discussion.
Yes, there is financial aid available through Hebrew College, as well as through local sponsors of the program. Please contact our office to have a confidential conversation about financial aid.
Yes. The number of required books varies from class to class, depending on the instructor. The maximum cost for reading materials is about $200 per year, however we strongly encourage instructors to post materials on our class websites, to reduce the need to purchase reading materials.