The Samuel T. and Sara W. Cohen High Tea and Torah Lecture Series presents:
Dr. Esther Shkop, “Torah and No High Tea - Insights into Megillat Eicha”.
Sunday, July 14, at 8:00 PM, in the Blitstein Institute Library, 2600 Touhy.
Gourmet Torah at Shallots Bistro on Thursdays!
Blitstein Institute for Women of HTC is honoring Gila Mauer at the Annual Scholarship Dinner on Tuesday, March 25 at the
Bryn Mawr Country Club.
Reception 6:00 p.m., Dinner 6:30
For information and reservations, call 773-973-0241.
As an accredited institution of Higher Education, Hebrew Theological College is required by various federal and state laws to notify students annually regarding certain policies. This email constitutes such notification. Please feel free to address any questions regarding these policies to the Financial Aid Office or the appropriate Dean on your campus.
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 can be found in the HTC Academic Catalog in the section on Academic Standards and Policies, which is also available online by clicking here. We encourage you to review that information.
Student Drug and Alcohol Policy
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.
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.