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About Chabad at ASU 

What is Chabad?  Chabad at ASU - Chabad House is a home-away-from home for thousands of Jewish Students at Arizona State University and the surrounding Universities. Chabad anticipates and serves the needs of students on a social, educational and spiritual level. At Chabad, all students are welcome, regardless of background, affiliation, and level of observance. (Visit our Mission Statement page.)

Leadership: At our affiliated student groups, students are invited to take leadership roles in their campus communities, helping foster the creation of the next generation of empowered Jewish leadership. (Visit our Student Leadership page.)

Tradition: At Chabad, students have the ability to discover the warmth and beauty of their heritage, and learn to apply the timeless Jewish principle of Ahavat Israel - at their own pace. (Visit our Programs and services page.)

Community: We believe that family and community are vital keys to character building. That’s why we open our home to students, helping inspire them with a respect for family values and a deep meaningful concern for the land of Israel.

Future: We believe that Jewish education and meaningful experiences are the grass-roots method to fighting indifference, apathy and assimilation that face our community today. For there to be a Jewish tomorrow, our students need to have a Jewish today! (Visit our Donations page.)

Chabad at ASU = Creating a Jewish Tomorrow – Today!


Feel free to email us with any questions you may have, but first visit our Frequently Asked Questions  section.

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With Rabbi Shmuel and Chana Tiechtel, Judaism comes alive. Hundreds of people have felt the joy and peace of Torah at their Shabbos table. Others feel the inspiration of being at Chabad services, even though they may not understand everything about them. Many more have been exposed to the depth and meaning of Judaism at their classes and lectures.

And everyone feels at home.

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