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Nicole from Golden Beach, FL11/04/2013
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At List College, forming friendships and connecting with fellow students is key to a successful academic environment. That's why they offer everything from ski trips to barbecues, volunteer projects to student-run Jewish holiday programming. You can also join in activities and clubs at JTS, Columbia University and Barnard College.
Food and Dining
The JTS Dining Hall is a social center for the JTS community and a great place to enjoy good times with friends. Meals are varied and cater to just about every taste. - Freshly baked muffins and pastries enhance breakfasts. - An abundant salad bar features more than eight different salads, assorted fresh vegetables, and a big bowl of fresh greens. - All meal entrees include vegetarian selections.
Mathilde Schechter Residence Hall (MSRH) MSRH, an undergraduate-only dorm, is located three blocks from the main campus, close to Columbia University and Barnard College, providing a social and communal place to live, work, and spend time with new friends.
Teaching and learning are at the center of everything at The Jewish Theological Seminary. All of our courses and programs, whatever their level, maintain the highest standard of academic excellence and are taught by leaders in their academic fields.
Tips for prospective students
-Visit and tour the campus. -Spend a perspective students weekend at List. -Apply ED.
In three sentences
List College of The Jewish Theological Seminary is a dynamic, Jewish learning environment. With its dual-degree program with Columbia University's School of General Studies or its Double Degree Program with Barnard College, List College provides a rigorous education in liberal arts and Jewish studies. Graduates of these programs are poised to take their place as global citizens and leaders in the Jewish community and beyond.
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