RRC offers an intimate learning community with a distinctive approach to rabbinical education. The College's rigorous five-year program of study exposes you to the unique Reconstructionist view of Judaism as an evolving civilization. You'll join a diverse mix of recent college graduates and accomplished professionals, all seeking leadership roles in the Jewish community. Our graduates serve not only as congregational rabbis, but also as Hillel directors, senior professionals in Jewish organizations and educational settings, and as chaplains.
2013 Institute for Prospective Rabbinical Students
We encourage serious candidates to attend this year's Institute, November 13-16. Sit in on classes, meet current students and faculty, learn about student life at RRC, celebrate Shabbat with a Reconstructionist community, and get the information you need to decide about rabbinical school. There is no charge for the program; travel subsidies and home hospitality with RRC students are available.
See a sample program.
We are now accepting applications. For more information, visit the event page on Facebook or contact Rabbi Roni Handler, director of community learning.
Learn more about visiting RRC.
Read an interview with Tamar Kamionkowski, Ph.D., chair of the department of biblical civilization and associate professor of bible, about the changes planned for RRC's curriculum that are beginning in the fall semester of 2013.
Watch videos on our YouTube Channel.