College is a time to advance, broaden, and deepen your knowledge. It is a time to prepare for the challenges of life that lie ahead. Being a knowledgeable Jew is being an empowered Jew.

There is always something new to learn at Chabad. Enroll in one of our courses, or stop by any class any time. You’ll be happy you did. Whether you’re a novice to Jewish texts, or a seasoned Hebrew school graduate, these classes will enrich your life with the power of Jewish wisdom.

SUNDAYS • 7:00PM-8:0PM
Advanced Talmud
Location: Rotating Hosts in Cambridge
Led by: Rabbi Menachem
Have you ever been intrigued to discover the wisdom of ancient Jewish literature? The Talmud is as practical and applicable to our modern day lives as it was in ancient Babylonia. Experience the thrill and rigor of Talmudic discussion at the weekly Talmud Class.

MONDAYS • 7:30PM-8:30PM
Read Hebrew
Location: Harvard Chabad Library
Led by: Mussy Altein
Registration here
Learn to read Hebrew in just SIX weeks! Ever feel lost at the services because you can’t follow Hebrew? Planning on visiting Israel and want to read the street signs? Want to study the Torah in its original language?

TUESDAYS • 5:00PM-6:00PM
Jewish Mysticism
Location: Harvard Chabad Library
Led by: Rabbi Berel

WEDNESDAYS • 9:00PM
Tanya: A Map of the Soul
Location: Rotating Hosts in Cambridge
Led by: Rabbi Menachem
Have you ever wondered what makes human beings tick? Do you want deeper insight into the human condition and our spiritual sub consciousness? Discover your soul on this fascinating journey into the deepest recesses of your psyche. Drawing on ancient wisdom, as redacted in the text of the celebrated and seminal volume of Chassidic and Mystical teaching, “The Tanya”, this weekly class will open horizons and vistas beyond anything you have ever read, studied or imagined.

THURSDAYS • 12:00PM-1:00PM
Women’s Learning Circle (Beginning November 3)
Location: Harvard Chabad “Couch Room”
Led by: Elkie
This women’s Torah series brings you the tradition of classical Jewish learning in a series of clear and engaging weekly classes. Probing the ideas and issues presented in each week’s Torah portion, these lessons offer timely lessons for living-from the most timeless of all texts.

FRIDAYS • 12:00PM
The Week in Review
Location: Harvard Chabad Library
Led by: Rabbi Berel
Insightful and thought-provoking discussions on the weekly Torah portion. Drawing from the wisdom of the classical Biblical commentators and Chassidic Masters, this study group will focus on the modern application of the Torah’s teachings.

FRIDAYS • 5:45PM
Pre Kabbalat Shabbat Study Group: Jewish Law (Beginning October 28)
Location: Harvard Chabad Library
Led by: Yekusiel Gelley LLM

The following classes are not at a fixed time. If you are interested in joining or finding out more, please email us and we will give you more details and schedules.

Torah Studies
Judaism spans 4000 years. You can fill up libraries with its literature. Its practices are more vast and complex than perhaps any other society. What we are aiming for is to explore some of its core elements; core to Judaism, and core to us—modern Jews in the 21st Century.
Drawing from the wisdom of the classical Biblical commentators and Chassidic Masters, this study group will focus on the modern application of the Torah’s teachings.

Women’s Torah Learning
Influence vs Power: Explore the Book of Esther and her distinct leadership.

Talmud for Beginners
Discover what the Talmud consists of, its function and how it embodies the entire Oral Torah. All texts will be in English and no Background in Talmud learning necessary for this class. Yet experience the full vigor of Talmudic logic and debate.

Sinai Scholars: Revolutionary Ideas Judaism Introduced to the World
The Sinai Scholars National Fellowship is an eight-week course covering Judaism’s core principles and beliefs. Classes include text study, field trips, formal graduation, alumni benefits, and a $350 stipend upon completion of course requirements. Click here for more information.

Prayer
What is it? Where do Jewish prayers originate? Cut away the old stigmas and visions of a boring prayer ritual. Discover the true meaning of prayer and it will never taste the same.

Talmudic Ethics / Law and Order
In this course, you will tackle big issues like abortion, euthanasia, freedom of expression, and fair business practice. You will learn how the best Jewish minds struggled with hard choices for thousands of years, and trace their search for satisfying resolutions. And you will discover how Judaism offers a moral compass to help you find direction through the labyrinth of life.

Jewish History
A brief overview of our history, starting from day one.