Kosher Food on Campus

Hillel Café 

Our in-house chef prepares delicious kosher food under the supervision of Rabbi Jared Anstandig. Visit our Hillel Café site for details on hours, menu, and Grubhub ordering.

For Shabbat and Holiday meals, reservations are required. Shabbat dinners and lunches are free for students and $18 and $12 respectively for non-students, and can be reserved on Hillel’s website. Holiday and Passover meals can be purchased on Hillel’s website in the month previous to the holiday.  The University meal card cannot be used to pay for holiday meals.

Michigan Dining

Michigan Dining offers a variety of Kosher-certified menu items out of a kosher-certified serving area in the South Quad dining hall. The station is open during weekdays and is closed beginning at dinner on Friday, all day Saturday, and during holidays. Visit the University’s Dining site for details.

As of July 21, 2020, an MDining representative shared, “For the coming fall semester, our Dining Halls are accessible  only to meal plan holders due to our COVID safety protocols. No guests will be allowed into any of our Dining Halls on campus and we will not be accepting Blue Bucks, Dining Dollars, or credit cards in the Dining Halls either as we do our best to keep our students and staff safe. That said, our Kosher meals will be available at the South Quad Blue Cafe (whenever that Kosher Kitchen is open) and students and/ or guests may use their meal plan, Blue Bucks ,or Dining Dollars (no credit cards) to obtain a Kosher meal from the South Quad Blue Cafe.

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