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Jewish Community: BIG NEWS!

Contributed by Jordan Stecker on 09/16/20 

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Jewish Students: We are so excited to announce the newest amazing organization for you at Ithaca College: The Jewish Student Union!

As an official student organization on campus, the Jewish Student Union (JSU) focuses on serving the entire IC Jewish population with various (online) programs and events; ranging from religious and spiritual to social and fun!

Within all that we do, we hope to achieve equity, equality, and protection for all Jewish students in making sure that everyone has a wonderful IC experience.

Very soon we will be announcing opportunities for the JSU Jewish Assembly/General Board, a small-commitment board opportunity for student leaders where they can serve their community, and Chaverim, a Big-Little mentoring/bonding program between new first-year/transfer student and IC seniors. These will both be discussed at our monthly union meeting (see below).   

This month, we will also be offering a variety of programs as well including a High Holiday Reflections program (09/17 at 6:30pm), a Jewish Family Game Night (09/30 at 8pm), and our Monthly Union Meeting (09/23 at 8:30pm).

To RSVP for any/all of these programs, please click here.


To learn more about our organization including our goals, programs, board members, and opportunities, please follow us on any/all of the following platforms (or email us at



IC Engage:

Join the Email Listserv:

September Programs RSVP:

We can’t wait to see you at our programs this semester! 



The Jewish Student Union Executive Board

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