A trip to the College is the best way to determine if RRC is right for you. Visiting is easy: The College's gracious yet intimate main building, Ziegelman Hall, houses our classrooms, lounge and kitchen, as well as our faculty offices and quiet areas for hevrutah (partnered) study and meditation. The Hadar Kehlillah accomodates davenning, guest lectures, meetings and community events and the Becker Media Center offers technology for language learning. We encourage you to contact the assistant vice president for enrollment and rabbinic formation, to set up an appointment that will allow you to get a well-rounded view of what life is like at RRC.
We also encourage members of Reconstructionist congregations to visit RRC.
Our campus is located just north of the Philadelphia city line at Church Road and Greenwood Avenue in Wyncote, PA. Tree-lined Cheltenham Township offers easy access to parks, playgrounds, libraries and health club facilities. Across the street lies the 45-acre Curtis Arboretum.
RRC is situated one mile from a regional rail line that connects to Center City Philadelphia, 30th Street Station, the Philadelphia International Airport and the greater Philadelphia area.
Using the regional transit authority, travel takes 25 minutes to Center City and 45 minutes to Philadelphia International Airport.
Via Amtrak from 30th Street Station, Philadelphia is two hours from Washington, DC, and 90 minutes from New York City.