Jewish Student Groups
Jewish students are involved in almost every Registered Student Organization on campus. These student groups are specifically tailored around Jewish actions and ideas and are welcome to all students at the University of Chicago.
Queer Jewish Group
The Queer Jewish Group is an open and supportive space for LGBTQ+ Jewish students on campus and is open to students of any (or no) religious background and sexual orientation who are interested in supporting this space.
WonderWomen is a student-led group that brings together women from all different backgrounds to create a supportive and enriching Jewish community. We hope to provide women a space to express their Judaism regardless of their level of religious practice or experience with Jewish tradition.
J Street U at UChicago organizes students and the American Jewish community with the goal of ending the occupation and realizing a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Members participate in interactive educational programs that integrates business principles with Israel’s economic landscape. Each education semester culminates with a national case competition, where teams compete to solve a challenging business problem facing an Israeli company.
UChicago Friends of Israel
UCFI aims to be an inclusive, pro-active,
pro-Israel voice that promotes open dialogue about Israeli history, culture, and politics at UChicago's campus.
The Bamba Society is an Israeli film club that meets every two weeks.
All movies have English subtitles and depict the many diverse groups that make up Israeli society. Israeli snacks are served at every meeting.
All are welcome!
Rhythm & Jews
RnJ is UChicago's premiere (and only) Jewish a cappella group. We are a healthy mixture of Jews and non-Jews and guys and girls, but we all love to have fun singing together! We perform at events around Chicagoland, participate in the ICCA a cappella competition, and organize singing tours in cities around the country.
First and foremost, we are a group of friends who live together, eat together, work together, and hang out together. We are men who seek to enhance our college experience, complimenting our academic pursuits by providing a fun and supportive environment that allows us to thoroughly enjoy everything that The University of Chicago and the City of Chicago have to offer.