Welcome Students!

FSU Hillel provides a welcoming atmosphere to students from all backgrounds and communities. We offer a variety of leadership opportunities to bring fresh ideas and new visions to Jewish campus life.


With additional questions, please contact info@fsuhillel.org.

Welcome incoming Noles!

Join us for Freshfest on Sunday, August 18 – Tuesday, August 20. 

Please fill out this form to save your spot! We do have limited capacity so we recommend registering sooner than later. Refunds will be given until June 30th.

Early bird before June 30th: $180 | Register by July 10th: $225

We are so excited to meet you! Incoming students looking to get involved can fill out this form.

We would also love to meet you and your family when you are touring FSU. Email info@fsuhillel.org to set up a time. We are generally available M-F 10 AM – 6 PM, but we can be flexible. Feel free to ask us any questions!

Whether it’s taking time to reflect by yourself, gathering with friends, or connecting with new people, how you celebrate is up to you! Join us every Friday for Shabbat.

Our weekly services begin at 6 pm, and a home-cooked dinner is served at 7pm. No RSVPs are required, and you can come to one or both. 

Message us on Instagram, or email us at info@fsuhillel.org for more information!

FSU Hillel takes Birthright buses in both the summer and the winter with Hillel International. More information about our upcoming  trips as well as the Birthright Israel program can be found here!

Additionally, there are other opportunities for Israel travel through Onward and our Learning through Conflict Trip. Please reach out to our team with any questions.

Programming at FSU Hillel spans a wide range of interests, and our goal is to consistently put on programming that our students want to see. We have cultural, community service, religious, social, micro-community-focused, and so many more types of programming! You do not need to be Jewish to attend most of our programs.

Check our Instagram and Facebook for more information, and email info@fsuhillel.org with any questions or programming ideas.


A great way to get involved with Hillel is through our learning cohort options. Cohort learning is generally available to all Jewish students, and tend to run for 6-10 weeks. Cohort learning options for the Fall 2024 semester will be available early August 2024.

Throughout the year, Hillel collaborates with many other Jewish on-campus organizations including….

  • JSU
  • NolePac
  • JBiz
  • JHealth
  • JMSA

Reach out – and we will put you in contact with any of these organizations.

"Hillel is a very special place at FSU that has allowed me to make lasting connections with other Jewish college students, give back to my community, and celebrate Jewish holidays when I am away from home"
Bria W.
Class of 2025
"Because of Hillel, I attended the 2024 Hillel International Israel Summit and heard from amazing speakers, such as journalists and Israeli advocates. It was really powerful to be in a room with so many Jewish college students who care about the same things as me".
Talia K.
Class of 2025