Chabad at USC is excited to welcome our incoming freshmen and transfers for 2023-2024. Please get cozy in your new Jewish Home on Campus!
Join the welcoming event for Freshmen – a cruise along the Los Angeles waters, with good people, good food, good games, and good vibes. Jewish students of all backgrounds are welcomed to participate.
Sunday, September 3, 2023 at sunset
A Quick Tour of Chabad at USC
HIGHLIGHTS FOR YOU TO KNOW
WE’RE HERE FOR YOU: If there is anything you need – we’re here to try and help with it. We offer many programs and resources to make Jewish Life on Campus easily accusable.
SHABBAT: Shabbat at Chabad is a classical favorite for Jewish Trojans. Good food. Good people. And a Good Spirit. Shabbats happen weekly at the Chabad House with a different food theme every week. See here for more.
SHABBAT 1000: It’s the time of year to bring all your friends as well. We have 1000 chairs to fill on Severance St.! See here for more info.
WEEKLY EVENTS: We constantly have fun and engaging events and programs. You can see all the upcoming events at the “events” page (on top – and click here). We have an easy-to-use RSVP system so be sure to sign up!
JEWISH EDUACATION: Learn about Judaism and its values, together with like-minded students, at our weekly classes ranging a variety of topics and a array of teachers. See here for more info.
FREE TRIPS: We are excited to offer several free, or subsidized, trips throughout the year. Trips to Israel, New York, Poland, or exotic international destinations with the JewishU program. See here for more.
Need a Mezuzah for your room? We’ll get you hooked up! Mezuzahs are free for students and should be returned after you move out. Visit www.chabadusc.com/mezuzah
Chabad has worked tirelessly to ensure that all students receive proper accommodations to celebrate their religious holidays without penalization from teachers. You can view the university’s policy here. We constantly speak with the Office of Religious Life, and can help all students receive proper accommodations. Please contact us in advance to receive help.
Want to wrap Tefillin? Reach out to us and we’ll get you wrapped up. Want to put on Tefillin daily? Reach out to us about heavily subsidized Tefillin purchases.
Reach out for any holiday resources: Matzah, Menorah, or Lulav, we’ve got it all.
Chabad at USC plans to open a Kosher restaurant at the Chabad Rooftop in the near future. Stay tuned for updates.
Visit our Student Messaging Board to reach out about finding a roomie.