Resources

The Klau Library in New York

The Klau Library on the New York campus collects preserves and provides access to a carefully selected variety of library materials. Among its specific strengths are Hebrew language and literature, Jewish history, music, and religious thought. The Library supports the educational program of the School of Education, as it does each of the school’s programs, and also supports the specific research needs of their faculties. It also meets the Judaic research, cultural and information needs of the students and faculty of New York University; scholars in the New York area and, by means of interlibrary loan, outside of New York; the national staffs of the URJ, the CCAR, NATE, and the New York Area community. With its microfilm resources and facilities, the Library also functions as a branch in New York of both the American Jewish Periodical Center and the American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati. Learn more >

The HUC-JIR Museum in New York
The HUC-JIR Museum in New York is the visual extension of the spiritual, cultural, and educational life of the College-Institute, which provides graduate and professional programs for students. The HUC-JIR Museum, including the Joseph Gallery, Petrie Great Hall, Klingenstein Rare Book Room, Chaim and Rivka Heller Archives Gallery, and Backman Gallery, present exhibitions illuminating Jewish history, culture, and contemporary creativity. The School of Education works closely with the museum and offers students an opportunity to work as interns in museum education. Learn more >

Soup Kitchen
For over 20 years, the HUC-JIR Soup Kitchen at the New York campus has guaranteed a weekly meal for our homeless and hungry neighbors in the Washington Square area. The student-run Soup Kitchen personifies the central role that social justice plays in the life of the College-Institute by providing a nutritious meal to approximately 100 guests every week an intimate and comforting atmosphere by serving our guests at their tables and engaging them in conversation. Learn more >

Miller High School Honors Program
The Miller High School Honors program is a special two-year program for students entering 11th and 12th grades from congregations in the greater New York metropolitan area. The program, funded by Claire and Arthur Miller, provides committed Reform high school students the opportunity to study Jewish texts, liturgy, and Reform Judaism, while meeting with lay and professional leaders from the Reform Movement. Students are nominated for the participation in the program by their rabbis and educators. Learn more >