Welcome to Hillel of Colorado

Hillel of Colorado proudly serves students at the University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado State University in Fort Collins, and the University of Denver. Hillel enriches the lives of students during their college years and beyond, providing a home away from home for the next generation of Jewish leaders.

Upcoming Events

Top O’ the Mornin’ at TOPGOLF

Friends, Family, Students–

Please join us for a fun morning at TopGolf

Sunday, September 25, 2016 • 10–1 p.m.

No charge to play, eat, watch the Broncos, and celebrate with us,

thanks to our sponsors!

Click Here to RSVP

 To learn more about sponsorship opportunities email Kitty at accounting@hillelcolorado.org

Hillel Colorado Campuses

Hillel at University of Colorado is the oldest Jewish organization at CU-Boulder. Hillel at CU strives to get every Jewish student connected to the community, while providing meaningful leadership opportunities and internships. CU-Boulder Hillel serves more than 600 unique students each year through Shabbat Eve Dinners, Services, Holiday Celebrations, Jewish Learning Sessions,  Israel Programming, Challah for Hunger Chapter, Outdoor Events ‚and Taglit Birthright Israel Trips. There are an estimated 2,500 Jewish undergraduates students at CU-Boulder.


Hillel at Colorado State University is a home away from home for everyone in the “ramily”. We have all sorts of ways to get involved from social events to Shabbat. We host major events throughout the year, and collaborate with multicultural, multifaith, and other organizations across campus. In addition to our volunteer-led Leadership Team, Hillel offers semester or year-long internships for outstanding student leaders to provide them the opportunity to positively affect Jewish life on campus while receiving unique professional and learning opportunities. If you are ever in town, stop by for a bagel.

Hillel at the University of Denver offers many ways for students to develop their leadership skills and to engage the campus community. We offer a variety of programming, such as weekly Shabbat Dinners, Social Action Sessions, Sustainability Opportunities, and many others based on our students’ passions. Students from all backgrounds are encouraged to get involved, to impact and shape the Jewish community for each other and their peers. Get in touch to learn more about how to make a Jewish home for students on campus.