Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion: Statistics

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#342 of 1,011 For Theology / Divinity / Religious studies

Quick Review

Religion
Jewish
Graduates
335
Male:Female Ratio
39:61
Control
Private
not-for-profit
Highest Degree
Doctor's degree
Website
huc.edu
Acceptance rate
47%*

* Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion is among the institutions that don't provide data on acceptance rates. This might happen because a university has programs where an applicant only needs to meet admission requirements to enroll and doesn't necessarily competes 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

335 enrolled exclusively in distance education.

Enrollment by race or ethnicity

White 298 (89%)
Hispanic 10 (3%)
Two or more races 7 (2%)
Race or Ethnicity unknown 7 (2%)
Nonresident Alien 7 (2%)
Black or African American 5 (1%)
Asian 1 (0.3%)

Costs per year: Tuition, Housing, Fees

Tuition and fees

Graduates
Tuition in-district $26,500
Tuition in-state $26,500
Tuition out-of-state $26,500
Fee in-district $35
Fee in-state $35
Fee out-of-state $35

Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion Majors

Major Master's Doctoral
Rabbinical Studies 33
Religious Education 23
Non-Profit & Public & Organizational Management 15
Religious & Sacred Music 7
Pastoral Studies & Counseling 4
Jewish & Judaic Studies 2 1
Grand Total 80 5

Publications & Citations

Publications
277
Citations
1,267

Publication / Citation count by topic

Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
234 / 978
Theology / Divinity / Religious studies
104 / 168
History
96 / 488
Sociology
48 / 335
Classics and Ancient History
48 / 360
Art & Design
46 / 77
Philosophy
41 / 38
Literature
31 / 70
Linguistics
23 / 276
Gender Studies
18 / 97
Political Science
17 / 23
Creative Writing
16 / 34
Psychology
15 / 39
Environmental Science
11 / 70
Geography and Cartography
10 / 69
Anthropology
10 / 47
Demography
8 / 48
Genealogy
8 / 45
Art History
7 / 2
Medicine
6 / 30
Media Studies
6 / 1
Education Majors
5 / 4
Archaeology
5 / 298
Social Psychology
5 / 15
Law
5 / 4
Aesthetics
5 / 5
Computer Science
3 / 1
Business
3 / 30
Biology
2 / 9
Mathematics
2 / 220
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
2 / 18
Performing arts
2 / 0
Economics
2 / 3
Cognitive Science
2 / 0
Criminology and Criminal Justice
1 / 1
Engineering
1 / 1
Forestry
1 / 0
Information Technology
1 / 1
Occupational Safety and Health
1 / 2
Management
1 / 13

Annual publication & citation counts

Year Publications Citations
1991 3 13
1992 3 10
1993 6 20
1994 6 27
1995 11 15
1996 5 25
1997 4 11
1998 3 11
1999 11 20
2000 2 26
2001 4 29
2002 2 25
2003 7 26
2004 6 18
2005 5 34
2006 11 28
2007 9 53
2008 8 60
2009 14 58
2010 14 51
2011 16 61
2012 10 64
2013 18 68
2014 11 101
2015 10 107
2016 7 70
2017 7 88
2018 13 80
2019 13 82
2020 15 90
2021 9 62

Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion alumni

  1. Delphine Horvilleur

    Delphine Horvilleur
    Born in
    France Flag France
    Years
    1974-.. (age 48)
    Occupations
    journalistrabbiwriterphilosopher
    Biography

    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.

  2. Angela Warnick Buchdahl

    Angela Warnick Buchdahl
    Born in
    South Korea Flag South Korea
    Years
    1972-.. (age 50)
    Occupations
    rabbi
    Biography

    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.

  3. Zalman Schachter-Shalomi

    Zalman Schachter-Shalomi
    Born in
    Ukraine Flag Ukraine
    Years
    1924-2014 (aged 90)
    Occupations
    rabbiuniversity teacher
    Biography

    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.

  4. Judah Leon Magnes

    Judah Leon Magnes
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1877-1948 (aged 71)
    Occupations
    rabbi
    Biography

    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).

General info

Alternative names HUC-JIR
Total FTE staff 239
Carnegie Classification Special Focus Four-Year: Faith-Related Institutions

Location and Contacts

Address One W 4th St
New York, New York, 10012-1186
United States
City population 8,399,000
Phone 2126745300