Since 1930, there has been a Hillel at UConn. Each decade has brought its changes, but each year Jewish life has grown. Now Jewish students from all over the Eastern seaboard comprise more than 10% of the student body.
Now, UConn Hillel is bridging a divide through its new alumni network, Hillel 2.0 (H20). H20 connects Jewish UConn Alumni to the Jewish community through a series of activities and support. A core component of the program is career guidance and networking through professional roundtables and and events. In addition, the program highlights and communicates social, religious, intellectual and services projects with UConn's alumni network. It has grown to include the tri-state area, and to encompass more students for whom this ongoing connection creates a lasting impact.
Whether you graduated in 1930 or in 2012, we'd love to hear from you! We couldn't be the strong, vibrant Jewish community on campus that we are if we weren't standing on the shoulders of those who came before. Write and tell us what you're doing now!