Hebrew Theological College provides access to the Academic Catalog on the College's website. The Catalog provides information on the history, mission, academic goals of the institution, as well as degree programs and requirements. Also included in the Catalog are policies relating to admissions and financial aid.
Accommodations for Students With Disabilities
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Career Services at HTC
For information regarding career services please visit our career services page.
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Cost of Attendance
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For information regarding employment pot-graduation click here.
The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) protects the privacy of student education records. The Act provides students the right to inspect and review his/her education records, to seek to amend those records and to limit disclosure of information from the records.
This information is available online by clicking here. We encourage you to review that information.
Fire Safety Report
Non Discrimination Statement
Hebrew Theological College admits students to all of the rights, privileges, programs and other activities generally accorded or made available to students at the College or the Extension Division without regard to their race, creed, color, age, sex, national origin, or disability/handicap.
NSLDS and Loan Reporting
All federal student loans obtained by a student or parent are reported to and tracked on the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS). NSLDS loan records are accessible to all authorized NSLDS users, including schools, student loan guaranty agencies, lenders, federal agencies, and other authorized users. Alternative and private education loan information is not reported to NSLDS. Student and parent loan borrowers may view their federal loan information at information at https://www.nslds.ed.gov/npas/index.htm. Borrowers access the system using their federal PIN. Students can also access prior federal grant information at https://www.nslds.ed.gov/npas/index.htm.
Personal Conduct Policy
The personal conduct policy can be viewed online by clicking here. Any questions concerning this policy should be directed to the Mashgiach Ruchani, Menahel Ruchani or the Rosh HaYeshiva.
Policy on Sexual Harassment
All institutions of higher education in Illinois are required by state law to inform their student bodies of the illegality of sexual harassment. In order to comply with this requirement, HTC notifies its students and displays information regarding their rights in common areas such as residence halls, administration buildings and libraries. For more information please see the Illinois Department of Human Rights website by clicking here.
Private Alternative Education Loans
HTC students take advantage of Federal Direct Student Loans in limited numbers. Most students receive Grant and Scholarship aid only. In very rare cases, students will seek outside educational financing. The institution will certify enrollment for students, along with providing other necessary or required information (i.e. cost of attendance). In no cases will the institution promote or suggest a particular lending institution, nor does the institution have a preferred lender list. However, consistent with the law, the institution will provide and/or complete the Private Loan Self-Certification form upon request by the student. Copies of the Private Loan Self-Certification form can be obtained from the Financial Aid Office.
Rights and Responsibilities or recipients of federal direct loans can be found here.
For information regarding student activities, please click here.
Hebrew Theological College prohibits the illegal and irresponsible use of alcohol and other drugs in accordance with Halachic authorities as well as applicable federal, state and local laws. Hebrew Theological College will enforce applicable laws concerning the possession or purchase of alcohol or illegal drugs as well as its own policies concerning the possession or abuse of alcohol or drugs.
The information can be found here. We encourage you to review that information.
Hebrew Theological College provides access to the Student Handbook on the College's website.
Title IX Policy
For policies concerning sex discrimination, harassment and complaint procedure click here.
Tuition Net Price Calculator
Creating a financial plan begins with evaluating and understanding all of the costs involved with attaining your Hebrew Theological College education. The cost of education differs from individual to individual depending on many personal choices. These may include anything from where you decide to live while you attend school to your personal transportation. The Net Price Calculator can assist you in financially planning for your college education and also to help you understand what kind of assistance you might qualify for as a Hebrew Theological College student. The Net Price Calculator can be found here.
Unauthorized Distribution of Copyrighted Materials
Hebrew Theological College strives to provide access to varied materials, services and equipment for students, faculty and staff and does not knowingly condone policies or practices that constitute an infringement of Federal copyright law. Transmitting or downloading any material that you do not have the right to make available and that infringes any patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright or other proprietary rights of any party is prohibited.
Installing or distributing pirated or unlicensed software is also forbidden. Violation of these requirements may subject students, faculty and staff to civil and criminal liabilities. Students, faculty or staff who violate federal copyright law do so at their own risk. Copyright status is applied to a work as soon as it is created. Users should assume that all writings and images are copyrighted.
Title 17 of the United States Code (17 USC §501 et seq.) outlines remedies for copyright infringement that may include some or all of the following: obtaining an injunction to stop the infringing activity; impounding and disposing of the infringing articles; an award to the copyright owner of actual damages and the profits of the infringer, or in the alternative, an award of statutory damages which may be increased if the infringement is found to be willful; an award of two times the amount of the license fee a copyright owner could have gotten; an award of the full costs incurred in bringing an infringement action, and the award of attorney’s fees; and for criminal copyright infringement, fines and imprisonment.
Hebrew Theological College is required by Federal Law – H.R. 4137 to make an annual disclosure informing students that illegal distribution of copyrighted materials may lead to civil and/or criminal penalties. Hebrew Theological College takes steps to detect and punish users who illegally distribute copyrighted materials.
Hebrew Theological College reserves the right to suspend or terminate network access to any campus user that violates this policy and Network access may be suspended if any use is impacting the operations of the network. Violations may be reported to appropriate authorities for criminal or civil prosecution. The existence and imposition of sanctions do not protect members of the campus community from any legal action by external entities.
Alternatives to Illegal Downloading
Illegal downloads hurt artists and deter the incentive to create. U.S. laws protect the rights of individuals regarding their own works. There are free or inexpensive sites that students can use without violating copyright law. The RIAA provides a list of authorized music services at www.riaa.com. Openclipart.org allows use of artwork in the public domain.
The Israel Experience Program (IEP) of Hebrew Theological College enables HTC students to spend a year of college study in a seminary in Israel. A year in Israel is a challenging and enriching experience that serves as a guide in developing a lifestyle consonant with Torah values. Students can earn up to 30 credits for their Fall and Spring semesters of college studies and are provided academic advising to map out their course of study upon their return, culminating in a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Enrollment in Hebrew Theological College’s, Israel Experience Program is a mutual commitment. We expect students to complete their undergraduate studies at Hebrew Theological College. Students may not hold a deferral at another institution during their Israel Experience Program.
The following seminaries are participants of IEP*:
List subject to change*
1. Complete application online at www.htc.edu/apply
Create an account online to start your application. You can save your application and continue at any time.
2. HTC Supplemental Requirements:
This section will appear after you choose “Hebrew Theological College” and save your “Academic Plan” section.
a. Personal Statement - The Personal Statement consists of two personal essays, each between 250-600 words in length. Please respond to both prompts below and submit your statement in Microsoft Word or PDF format using the Upload Document button:
Prompt A: Discuss the factors leading you to apply to Hebrew Theological College, your academic interests, and future plans.
Prompt B: Write about one of the following topics:
1. Describe the individual who had the most transformative impact on your life; explain that impact.
2. Describe your greatest achievement or challenge and its impact on your life.
3. Describe and explain a place or an environment where you feel especially comfortable.
b. Submit a copy of government issued ID or birth certificate using the Upload Document button.
c. Submit a copy of acceptance letter to Israeli Yeshiva or Seminary (IEP Program Participants only) using the Upload Document button.
d. High School Transcripts- HTC requires transcripts from each school attended.
If you are presently in high school, please upload an unofficial copy of your transcript in the Secondary/HS Academic Record section of this application
If you have already graduated high school, submit official signed and sealed transcripts to:
Hebrew Theological College
7135 N. Carpenter Rd.
Skokie, IL 60077
e. Standardized Examination: All students must submit SAT or ACT scores. The Hebrew Theological College school code is 0817 for SAT and 1045 for ACT. For SAT test administrations prior to March, 2015: minimum combined score of 1350, no score below 450. For SAT test administrations in March, 2015, and later: minimum combined score of 900, neither score below 450. ACT: minimum composite score of 19. Students whose SAT/ACT scores do not meet HTC minimum admission requirements, but show academic promise may be admitted on a provisional basis.
3. Two recommendation forms submitted online. Please input the names and contact information for each person who will be providing a recommendation. Please refer to “Recommendation” section for detailed instructions. If the recommendation form cannot be submitted online, please use the paper form found here.
4. $100 (non-refundable) application fee paid online before you submit the application
PLEASE VISIT www.htc.edu/apply TO APPLY
For more information please contact Blitstein Institute at (773) 973-0241.