Thinking about coming to U-M?
If you are considering coming to Michigan, it’s a good idea to visit campus and get a taste of what life is like here. In addition to getting an official U-M campus tour, Hillel would love to help you see Jewish life on campus.
If you plan to visit, please continue scrolling to fill out the form below. We would love to meet you at Hillel, on campus, or even virtually!
Meet our Prospective Student Coordinators
Do you have questions about Jewish student life at Michigan? Do you want to hear from a current student about their experience in Ann Arbor? Below are the bios of our Prospective Student Coordinators. Feel free to reach out with any questions or just to say hello, we’d love to hear from you!
Wade Rosenthal (’23), FYSH Prospective Student Coordinator
Hey guys! My name is Wade Rosenthal and I’m from Blue Bell, PA (a suburb of Philadelphia). I am a sophomore at Michigan and a Prospective Student Coordinator at Hillel. I’m a business major in the Ross School of Business as well as a computer science minor. In addition to Hillel, I am a member of an investing and consulting club called TAMID Group and I am also involved in Greek Life. Feel free to shoot me a text or email any time to ask a question – I am more than happy to help. GO BLUE.
Yonit Robin (’23), FYSH Prospective Student Coordinator
Hi! I’m Yonit Robin and I’m from Los Angeles, CA. I am a sophomore and a prospective student coordinator at Hillel. I am currently majoring in Cognitive Science, but am in the process of applying to the School of Information. I am also planning on pursuing a minor in Judaic Studies! I’m involved in Greek life, Israel Advocacy, and Jewish Life on campus and I’m here to answer any of your questions!! Go Blue:)
Sara Deichman (’23), Orthodox Minyan Prospective Student Coordinator
Hi! I’m Sara Deichman from Boca Raton, Florida. I’m a sophomore studying Communications and am hoping to minor in Writing! I am the Prospective Student Coordinator for the O-Minyan (Orthodox Community) at the University of Michigan Hillel. I love meeting prospective students and a genuine highlight of my year is talking to students about all that UMich, and its vibrant Jewish life, has to offer. Don’t hesitate to reach out. After all, it is my job to help you GO BLUE!