Hillel for Utah: All Kinds of Jewish


Hillel for Utah is committed to providing community for All Kinds of Jewish students across the Wasatch front and Utah. Hillel for Utah's staff and student board are dedicated to creating educational, fun, social, and Jewishly meaningful programming. Hillel for Utah servies as an advocate on campus for Jewish students across the state, interfacing with university administrations to ensure that our students feel safe and supported in their Jewish identity, in the classroom and outside of it. 


Reach out to director@hillelutah.org with any questions, and follow Hillel on Instagram @hillelutah for event updates.

What does "All Kinds of Jewish" mean?


At Hillel, all kinds of students are invited and encouraged to bring their whole selves. Whether students keep kosher or have never attended synagogue; whether they want to participate in Shabbat or in a study group, whether they identify as Queer, Black, Ashkenazi, Sephardi, or all of the above. Hillel enables Jewish college students to freely explore what being Jewish in today’s world means to them.

Hillel for Utah:

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Did you know Hillel for Utah is now a program of the United Jewish Federation of Utah?

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Are you looking for Jewish campus community? Explore what we have to offer and get connected!

Some of Hillels popular programs include: our annual Sukkot Rock-a-Thon fundraiser for the Feed U Food Pantry, our Passover Seder, regular Shabbat dinners, our Jewish Learning Fellowship, Winter Shabbaton weekend, Skiing and Hiking trips! To get involved follow us on instagram @hillelutah and visit our website www.hillelutah.org to learn more! 

Contact Managing Director, Elana Fauth, with any questions (director@hillelutah.org).




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"Hillel has given me a community that didn't require explaining my Jewish identity and made me feel comfortable being openly Jewish in college."

- Asher, Class of 2026


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