• "The freedom to create the Shabbat dinner and atmosphere that would best foster a sense of a close and caring Jewish community within the medical school is a true gift from Hillel." Tani S. -


If you’re a University of Michigan alum reading this page, I hardly need to tell you that U-M alums remain passionately loyal to the University, particularly on football Saturday.  Just think about what it feels like to walk down the street or through an airport and see someone wearing maize and blue, or even better, Michigan-in-Hebrew gear!  “Go Blue” and a passionate conversation about respective experiences on campus are sure to follow.  This happens so often because the University of Michigan has more living alumni than any other American university.  The number of Jewish alumni is also very large, partly because the University of Michigan was one of the first major state schools to admit large numbers of Jews and because Michigan has a national reputation for being a great school for Jewish students.

Just as you support us by sharing your stories of your time on campus and by financially supporting Jewish life on campus, so too do we want to support you as alumni. If you’re an alum and want to stay connected to what is happening on campus, mentor a student, help new alumni adjust to your community, or just know what other Jewish alumni are up to in your community, then we want to help you.

Please go to our Get Connected page to explore the many ways you can stay involved and be supported by Michigan Hillel.

Forever, Go Blue.