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|Restrictions:||Dickinson applicants only|
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Language of Instruction:||English||Class Eligibility:||2-Sophomore, 3-Junior|
|Minimum GPA:||3.0||Housing Options:||Apartment, Dorms|
|Maximum Credits Earned (per semester):||4.0||Academic Area of Study:||American Studies, Hebrew, History, International Studies, Judaic Studies, Religion|
|Foreign Laguage Prerequisite:||2 semesters of Hebrew|
New York City
New York is the United States' most populous metropolis, exerting its powerful global influence on finance, research, media, culture, art, fashion, and education. New York provides for any kind of entertainment and activity, easily accessible by bus, metro or by foot. Though one must start with Central Park, Madison Square Garden, and Rockefeller Center, the places to discover in New York City are endless. Particularly for Jewish life, the rich fabric of the city provides an academic starting point for studying Jewish Heritage in America.
Jewish Theological Seminary, List College
Established in 1886, the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York is a prominent, intellectual and religious center for Judaic studies. JTS is located in Morningside Heights in Manhattan. Through special arrangements, Dickinson students majoring or minoring in Judaic studies may attend JTS/List College during the spring semester of their junior year.
The Jewish Theological Seminary encompasses the Rabbinical School, the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education, the H.L. Miller Cantorial School, and College of Jewish Music. Disciplines at List College include: Ancient Judaism, Bible Studies, Jewish art and Material Culture, Jewish History, Jewish Literature, Jewish Music, Jewish Philosophy, Jewish Women's Studies, Liturgy, Medieval Jewish Studies, Midrash, Modern Jewish Studies, Talmud and Rabbinics. List College students may explore their varied academic interests through a consortium with Columbia University and Barnard College.
JTS provides an array of on-campus activities for students to participate in the greater community. Campus activities include: Friday Night Shabbat dinner, Student council, Hillel, Musical ensembles, Intramural sports, Theatre and more.
Students live in List College apartments. Students may be in suit-style living with a common room and a kosher kitchen, or may be placed into apartments with full amenities with 4-6 upper class students.
Program Fee Includes
tuition and fees
room and board
pre-departure and on-site orientations
The program fee does not include primary health insurance, airfare, optional travel, personal expenses, books or supplies.
Two semesters of Hebrew required