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Special Chol Hamoed Program for young men (High School and Beis Midrash) at Adas Yeshurun.

9:00 Shacharis, followed by light breakfast and learning. Shiurim (11:00-11:30) given by Rabbi Zev Cohen, Rabbi Yirmiyahu Neuman, Rabbi Shmuel Leib Schuman and Rabbi Zvi Zimmerman.

  • Monday- Rabbi Zvi Zimmerman- “Shfoch Chamascha - Pouring Out Our Wrath on Others”;
  • Tuesday- Rabbi Yirmiyahu Neuman- “The Promise of Rechush Gadol: Halachik and Aggadic Insights”;
  • Wednesday- Rabbi Shmuel Leib Schuman- “Three Days in the Desert: Was Moshe Serious?”;
  • Thursday- Rabbi Zev Cohen- “Purchasing Chametz for an Employee with a Credit Card”

A joint project of HTC - Beis HaMidrash LaTorah and Adas Yeshurun.

 chol hamoed shiurim at adas yeshurun

College Accreditation Visit

Opportunity for Third Party Comment

Hebrew Theological College will be undergoing a comprehensive evaluation visit from the Higher Learning Commission, our accreditors, on May 16 - 17, 2016. The visiting team will review the institution's ongoing ability to meet the Commission's Criteria for Accreditation.

As part of this process, the Commission requires institutions undergoing such visits to invite the public to provide written comments* to the Commission. We invite you as a member of our community to participate in this process by contacting the Higher Learning Commission and submitting a third-party comment (click here).

Alternatively, you can send mail to the Commission:

Third-Party Comment on Hebrew Theological College
Higher Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500
Chicago, IL 60604-1411

Hebrew Theological College continues to serve the needs of the community by providing academic programs to produce Torah Scholars, and to produce Torah-imbued college graduates and superior advanced graduate and professional programs for all qualified students who, upon graduation, will serve the Jewish community and humanity through their professional and personal vocations.

All comments must be received by April 17, 2016.

*Please note that any individual with a specific dispute or grievance with HTC should request the Higher Learning Commission's separate policy on complaints. The Commission cannot settle disputes between institutions and individuals, whether faculty, students, or others. Complaints will not be considered as comments.


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