Campus Organizations

Miami Chabad House

Chabad on campus provides a "home away from home". Vibrant, practical, traditional Judaism and all Jewish needs for Miami students, MU faculty, and Jewish residents of, and visitors to, the Oxford area in a friendly and warm atmosphere.

Chabad events are open and welcoming to all regardless of background, prior knowledge, or affiliation. Chabad has the philosophy that every Jew deserves an equal opportunity to experience and enjoy their heritage. This is achieved through regular classes on a variety of Jewish topics, trips, fun and social events, programs for Shabbat, the Jewish holidays, and more.

Chabad strives to ensure that students graduate as stronger and more empowered Jews than when they entered.

For more information how to get involved, visit Miami Chabad website and on social media. Or contact Rabbi Yossi and Mushka Greenberg at

Miami Hillel

Hillel at Miami University provides a wide variety of social, educational, community service, religious, Israel-focused, holiday, and cultural experiences for the students, faculty, staff, and community in Oxford, Ohio. Jewish groups at Miami University including Miami Students for Israel, the Association of Jewish Students, Ladies Night, Jews on Ice Broomball Team, Greek-Jewish Council, and First Year Students of Hillel coordinate programs in the residence halls, student union building, campus quads, and other campus locations.

Programs have included "Kosher Meet Market" sponsored by the Greek-Jewish Council, an alternative Fall Break Trip, and My Big Jewish Wedding. Jewish holiday celebrations include: Weekly Shabbat services followed by a home cooked dinner, High Holiday services, and Passover seders and kosher for Passover meals.

Located one block from campus, the Beerman Jewish Student Center houses a library, computer lab, wireless Internet throughout the building, TV and game lounge, chapel, dining room, and kosher kitchen accessible to students and student organizations.

For more information visit the Miami Hillel website, email the office (, or contact Executive Director Marcy Miller (

Association of Jewish Students (AJS)

For information about the AJS, please visit the Miami Hillel website.

Alpha Epsilon Phi (AEPhi)

Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded on October 24, 1909 by 7Jewish women—Helen Phillips, Ida Beck, Rose Gerstein, Augustina "Tina" Hess, Lee Reiss, Rose Salmowitz and Stella Strauss—at Barnard College for women in New York. These women gathered together and founded this sorority because they were unwelcome at the other sororities on campus. The sorority's goal was to create lifelong friendship and sisterhood, and foster academic excellence, social involvement and community service, all the while providing a home away from home for its members.

AEPhi is a sorority that is meant for Jews and non-Jews who respect the Jewish ideals of its founding members. However, this is not a religious organization. As a sorority we work to be involved within the community through community service, sisterhood programs, and participation in Greek Events. AEPhi also works to raise money for our two national philanthropies: The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, and the Sheba Medical Center in Tel Hashomer Israel.

For more information about Alpha Epsilon Phi, please visit the AEPhi website.

Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi)

Alpha Epsilon Pi, the Jewish Fraternity of North America, was founded to provide opportunities for a Jewish man seeking the best possible college and fraternity experience. We have maintained the integrity of our purpose by strengthening our ties to the Jewish community and serving as a link between high school and career. Alpha Epsilon Pi develops leadership for the North American Jewish community at a critical time in a young man's life.

For more information about Miami's chapter, please visit the AEPi website.

Miami Students for Israel (MSI)

MSI is Miami University's pro-Israel student organization. It is comprised of students who share a common interest and commitment to the people—with diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds and beliefs—and the State of Israel. In our effort to defend and preserve the values of freedom, democracy, and peace, we work to educate the Miami student community about the importance of a strong US-Israel relationship.

For more information about MSI, please visit the MSI website.