There are so many ways to be involved with Chabad @ USC. For the most up-to-date information on events and classes, follow us on Facebook and Instagram! 

Below are some of the many ways that current USC students can get involved: 

Shabbat Dinner- Chabad at USC is proud to host a free Shabbat dinner for over 150 students every week. The theme varies per week, but the staples are the same; a multiple-course meal, thought-provoking discussion, and a chance to connect with the USC Jewish community!

Sinai Scholars Society– Sinai Scholars Society integrates the study of classic Jewish texts, social programming, and national networking opportunities to provide a fresh and exciting context for Jewish life and learning on the university campus. Sinai Scholars invites students to engage in an open community of study and self-discovery that will help them to become passionate, informed Jewish leaders on campus and in their respective communities. 

Challah Baking-
 Join us every Thursday evening for Challah Baking! A great way to help prepare for shabbat with friends. 

Pizza and Parsha- Join us on campus every Thursday for free Pizza, cookies, and discussion! Whether you stop by between classes or stay the whole time, Pizza and Parsha is a great way to get involved.

Chicken-Soup Delivery- feeling under the weather? Let Rabbi Dov and Runya help out the Jewish way, by dropping off a Chicken-soup care package at your dorm, free of charge.

NY Trip- Join Chabad at USC as we travel to Brooklyn for a special leadership Shabbat! We join with Chabad students from around the country for a special program, and get the full “crown-heights” experience as students travel together. More information can be found here

Jewish Heritage Programs


Leadership Positions– our programs are student-run and we are always looking for more help. Click here to volunteer and join the Chabad student board!

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