Hillel at Maryville University

Erin Schreiber 

650 Maryville University Drive, St. Louis, Mo. 63141

314-529-9437

email: [email protected]

website: MaryvilleHillel.org

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Erin Schreiber, Director 

Hillel at Maryville University provides opportunities for students to learn, lead and grow Jewishly. Hillel at Maryville University serves Jewish students, faculty, staff and friends at Maryville University and in the surrounding community through engaging programs that explore and celebrate Jewish life. Hillel provides social and spiritual opportunities that help students explore their Judaism and connect with others on campus and in the greater St. Louis community. Students join Hillel from cities across the country and here in St. Louis to create a community that is warm and pluralistic, welcoming those from the entire spectrum of Jewish life. 

Hillel at Maryville University students are eligible for the free 10-day Birthright Israel trip alongside peers and friends from Hillels across the country. 

Hillel at Maryville University’s signature programs include Challah for Hunger; Dinner and a Movie film series; Pizza in the Hut at the Maryville Sukkah; Harvest Your Own Dinner: Fresh from the Field Sukkot; Jewish Cultural Food Fest; annual Holocaust survivor appearance; LatkeFest; Jewish Cooking Experience LIVE!; Make-Your-Own Purim Mishloach Manot; Chocolate Seder; Shabbat dinners; home hospitality with faculty and staff for Jewish holidays; and opportunities to engage in social justice and service programs, interfaith learning opportunities and events featuring prominent Jewish figures. 

Students have had the opportunity to meet such Jewish leaders as former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, and Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO and National Director of the Anti-Defamation League.

Maryville University offers the Irma Sue Macy L’Dor V’Dor Endowed Scholarship for Jewish Women, providing up to $5,000 per academic year for one new, full-time (first-year or transfer) Jewish female undergraduate student, and up to $10,000 per academic year for one new Jewish female graduate student (enrolled half-time or above). Funding is renewable each year, as long as the student remains in good academic standing. More information available on Hillel’s website.

Students and families interested in learning more about Hillel at Maryville University are welcome to programs on campus or for a personal tour and campus experience with Hillel student leaders.