|#3537 of 14,131||In the World|
|#1014 of 2,597||In North America|
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|#91 of 221||In New York State|
|#35 of 92||In New York City|
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- Male:Female Ratio
- Highest Degree
- Doctor's degree
- Acceptance rate
* Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion is among the institutions that don't provide data on acceptance rates. This might happen because the university has programs where applicants only need to meet admission requirements to enroll and don't necessarily compete with others.
We estimate the above acceptance rate based on admission statistics of closely-ranked nearby universities with similar research profiles that do publish such data.
Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion Acceptance rate and admissions statistics
Enrollment demographics by race or ethnicity
|Race or Ethnicity unknown||8 (2%)|
|Black or African American||6 (2%)|
|Nonresident Alien||5 (2%)|
|Two or more races||3 (0.9%)|
Costs per year: Tuition, Housing, Fees
Tuition and fees
Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion majors
Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion has granted 82 master's across 4 programs and 11 doctorate degrees across 2 programs. Below is a table with majors that lead to degrees at Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion.
|Non-Profit & Public & Organizational Management||16|
|Jewish & Judaic Studies||7|
|Religious & Sacred Music||7|
|Pastoral Studies & Counseling||4|
Publications & Citations
Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion has published 465 scientific papers with 1,177 citations received. The research profile covers a range of fields, including Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, Philosophy, History, Theology / Divinity / Religious studies, Environmental Science, Geography and Cartography, Archaeology, Political Science, Art & Design, and Sociology.
Publication / Citation count by topic
Annual publication & citation counts
Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion alumni
- Born in
- 1974-.. (age 49)
Delphine Horvilleur is France's third female rabbi, and (as of 2012) editorial director of the quarterly Jewish magazine Revue de pensée(s) juive(s) Tenou'a. She leads a congregation in Paris, and is currently co-leading the Liberal Jewish Movement of France, a Jewish liberal cultural and religious association affiliated to the World Union for Progressive Judaism, which she joined in 2008. In 2013 her book En tenue d’Eve. Féminin, Pudeur et Judaïsme (In a Birthday Suit: Feminism, Modesty and Judaism), which discusses the representation of nudity and modesty in the Bible, was published.
Angela Warnick Buchdahl
- Born in
- South Korea
- 1972-.. (age 51)
Angela Warnick Buchdahl is an American rabbi. She was the first Asian-American to be ordained as a rabbi, and the first Asian-American to be ordained as a hazzan (cantor). In 2011 she was named by Newsweek and The Daily Beast as one of America's "Most Influential Rabbis", and in 2012 by The Daily Beast as one of America's "Top 50 Rabbis". Buchdahl was recognized as one of the top five in The Forward's 2014 "Forward Fifty", a list of American Jews who had the most impact on the national scene in the previous year.
- Born in
- 1924-2014 (aged 90)
- university teacherrabbi
Meshullam Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, commonly called "Reb Zalman" (full Hebrew name: Meshullam Zalman Hiyya ben Chaya Gittel veShlomo HaCohen), was one of the founders of the Jewish Renewal movement and an innovator in ecumenical dialogue.
Judah Leon Magnes
- Born in
- United States
- 1877-1948 (aged 71)
Judah Leon Magnes was a prominent Reform rabbi in both the United States and Mandatory Palestine. He is best remembered as a leader in the pacifist movement of the World War I period, his advocacy of a binational Jewish-Arab state in Palestine, and as one of the most widely recognized voices of 20th century American Reform Judaism. Magnes served as the first chancellor of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1925), and later as its President (1935–1948).
|Total FTE staff||245|
|Carnegie classification||Special Focus Four-Year: Faith-Related Institutions|
Location and contacts
|Address|| One W 4th St |
New York, New York, 10012-1186