2018 High Holiday Registration

Join Hillel and connect with your peers and the themes of the High Holidays in a number of ways!
Rosh Hashanah services and meals begin Sunday, September 9.


Meal prices go up by $5 each on Sunday Sept 2.

FREE tickets are required for students for all High Holiday services.
Services times and locations vary — see full service schedule here and on the Events Calendar.

MORE FAQ’s Below!

*BEFORE you register for High Holiday services and meals at Hillel,
you must register and/or update your information.
 Find the link that best describes your status below.

Community Members may scroll to the very bottom for a direct link to their Registration Form.


  • New and returning students need to register with us by filling out the  Student Info Form online in order to then be directed to High Holidays registration.

New Students who HAVE submitted a Student Information Form in 2018 (online, by mail or at Hillel over the summer):

  • Upon completion of your Student Information Form, you received a Confirmation Email which included the link to register for High Holidays. (Don’t forget to check your spam!) If you need that link again, contact Shayna at [email protected].

Community Members & Friends of Michigan Hillel:


FAQS: All the things you would want to know about High Holidays with Michigan Hillel!

  1. Are there other ways to celebrate besides services or meals?
    1. YES! You can join us for a contemplative walk and tashlikh service at the Arb Tuesday, Sept 11 at 3:30 pm.
    2. You can attend Jews in Canoes, an Adventure Tashlikh experience on the Huron River!
    3. Try OM Kippur Yoga – a slow and introspective yoga session on Yom Kippur afternoon on Wed, Sept 19
    4. You can join our Rabbis- Rav Jared and Rav Lisa – for Thursday evening learning sessions at Hillel this month on High Holiday themes.
  2. You can also host a meal in your apartment, Greek house, or other space on your own!
    1. Sign up here before Monday, Sept 3 to be reimbursed up to $10/person and get support from Hillel!
  3. If you want to miss a class(es) for holiday observance, what should you do?
    1. Communication is KEY! The Provost’s office has sent a reminder to all faculty of the dates of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. It is the University’s policy is for faculty to make accommodations for students to miss class and still make up whatever required work from class. You are encouraged to let your instructors know ASAP if you will be missing class for High Holidays so it is counted as an excused absence. If you need further assistance, please contact Rav Lisa at [email protected]

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