Chabad at LSU provides a vibrant Jewish student life at LSU for both students and faculty. 

We are committed to connecting Jewish students on campus to each other, their heritage, and their Jewish future. We strive to empower students to take ownership of their Jewish identity - socially, intellectually, spiritually, and culturally.
 
We welcome all people, regardless of affiliation, background or levels of observance. All are welcome to participate in the many programs and events offered. Chabad is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and serves as the “Home Away From Home” for all students.
 
Among the many programs are Shabbat dinners, holiday celebrations, and educational classes. Our programs are expanding constantly; stay tuned for updates!

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Upcoming Events

Wednesday evenings: Sinai Scholars sessions

Friday, August 31st: Shabbat Dinner, 7pm

Wednesday September 5th:

Keep Quiet Film Night - A discussion on Antisemitism 6:30 at the Student Union Room # 303

Sunday, September 9th: Rosh Hashana Brisket Dinner 7:30 P.M. 

Monday, September 10th:

          Rosh Hashana Service 10:00 A.M. 

          Shofar blowing: 11:45

          Shofar blowing on campus: 4 p.m.

Tuesday, September 11th:

          Rosh Hashana Services 10 a.m.

         Shofar blowing 11:45

Tuesday, September 18th:

        Pre-fast dinner: 6:15 pm

        Kol Nidrei; 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday, September 19th:  Yom Kippur 

         Morning Services, 10:00 am 

         Evening Services Neila and Final Shofar blowing, begins 6:30 p.m.

         Followed by break fast meal, at 7:41pm 

September, 23rd, 7:00 pm: Sukkot Dinner Sunday 

Sukkah on Campus  September 26, 27,  11:00-1:00