Passover on Campus 2022
Passover is a special time on campus. All our events are free and open to students. Read Thank you for RSVPing below so we can have enough food.
First Night Seder: Friday, April 15, 5:30 - 7:30pm
Celebrate our freedom with a large communal first night Seder at Hillel, with delicious dinner, fun Stanford surprises, and lots of Passover traditions.
First Night Halachic Orthodox Seder
7:45 pm Ma'ariv and 8 pm seder
Seder After Dark: Saturday, April 16, 8:30pm - ???
Delve deeper into Passover traditions, songs, and questions with this second night Seder.
Tuesday, April 19, 5-6:30pm: Liberation Seder.
Join us for a liberation seder that will focus on themes of queerness and "coming out" of Egypt, as well as modern exodus: displacement, refugees, and hopes for redemption.
check out even more activities on our RSVP page!
Eating Kosher for Passover at Hillel
Hillel will also have snacks and breakfast foods that are available for grab and go every day during the holiday. Please do not bring any outside food that is not kosher for Passover into either building.
Saturday and Sunday, April 16 and 17
In addition to grab and go breakfast and snacks, join the Stanford Orthodox Minyan for a festive meal for Saturday kiddush lunch and Sunday lunch and dinner.
Monday - Thursday, April 18-21
Stanford dining will be cooking and serving strictly Kosher for Passover meals out of the Koret Pavilion Monday - Thursday, April 18-21 for lunch and dinner. Lunch will be served from 11am - 1:30pm and Dinner from 5pm - 7pm. Graduate students are able to purchase Meal Plan Blocks for a discounted per meal price (learn more here). No students will be turned away for lack of funds. Undergrads on the meal plan will be able to use their swipes at Hillel.
Friday and Saturday, April 22-23
Join the Stanford Orthodox Minyan for festive kiddush lunch both days, Shabbat dinner on Friday and grab and go for Saturday night.