All Georgia Tech students are welcome to join us on Emory’s campus for our High Holiday services. Reform Services are held at the Marcus Hillel Center (Emory) and the Conservative Service is held at Canon Chapel (Emory).
High Holiday Schedule
Erev Rosh Hashana Wednesday, September 20
Rosh Hashana Day 1: Thursday, September 21
Rosh Hashana Day 2: Friday, September 22
Kol Nidre: Friday, September 29
Yom Kippur: Saturday, September 30
Georgia Tech Hillel’s growing and passionate Jewish community is always striving to make Shabbat and Holidays more meaningful on campus. As the community grows, so does our Shabbat and Holiday programming! Please contact us if you are interested in sponsoring a new holiday experience!
On Passover, we offer daily free Kosher for Passover meals on campus, as well as a Georgia Tech Seder!
NOTE TO STUDENTS: To avoid some of the pitfalls with academic conflicts during the holidays, please discuss your needs with your professors as soon as you receive your syllabi. While professors are not obligated to excuse absences, they generally will work with you. Please contact Hillel at 404-963-2548 ext. 112 if a conflict remains unresolved after you have attempted to resolve the conflict on your own.