The mission of Hillel at FSU is to enrich the lives of
Jewish undergraduate and graduate students
so they may enrich their community
and the world.
Hillel at FSU took possession of its first home at FSU in the fall of 1981. We’re thankful to Al and Evelyn Block for their help in purchasing the first building. It was located on the corner of Woodward Avenue and West Pensacola Street. The notion of having a mortgage free home to call ours was something first sparked in late 1999 and today we are thankful to announce the opening of our brand new location to open in October just one block from our first home at FSU.
Ruby Diamond, one of our most notable FSU alumnia, graduated 100 years ago. She had no idea that Hillel at FSU would be a home away from home for 4000 FSU Jewish students today.